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Page 60 - This covenant I advise you to make, not only in heart, but in word; not only in word, but in writing; and that you would with all possible reverence spread the writing before the Lord, as if you would present it to him as your act and deed: And when you have done this, set your hand to it: Keep it as a memorial of the solemn transactions that have passed between God and you, that you may have recourse to it in doubts and temptations.
Page 157 - University of Hall, Pastor of Glaucha, and Director of the Pious Foundations there. Continued to the beginning of the Year MDCCII, In a Letter to a Friend. And an APPENDIX giving a more clear and full View of the Progress of Learning and Christian Piety, both in the said University, and in the Royal Coll
Page 123 - ... for saying them and singing them are but modes of utterance ; both are the speaking of prayer and praise to God : and the ancient singing was more like our saying, than to our tunes, as most judge. 4. The primitive Christians were so full of the zeal and love of Christ, that they would have taken it for an injury and a quenching of the Spirit, to have been wholly restrained from bearing their part in the praises of the church. 5. The use of the tongue keepeth awake the mind, and stirreth up God's...