The History of Methodism in Kentucky

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Page 18 - There is only one condition previously required of those who desire admission into these societies, a " desire to flee from the wrath to come, and to be saved from their sins.
Page 30 - Is there no balm in Gilead ; is there no physician there ? why then is not the health of the daughter of my people recovered...
Page 140 - And in the days of these kings shall The God of heaven set up a Kingdom, which shall never be destroyed : and The Kingdom thereof shall not be left to other people, but it shall break in pieces and consume all these kingdoms, and it shall stand for ever.
Page 389 - ... the breadth and length and depth and height of the love of Christ, which passeth knowledge, that we may be filled with all the fulness of God.
Page 17 - Such a society is no other than ' a company of men having the form and seeking the power of godliness, united in order to pray together, to receive the word of exhortation, and to watch over one another in love, that they may help each other to work out their salvation.
Page 488 - Greenville, the head quarters of the said army, have agreed on the following articles, which, when ratified by the President, with the advice and consent of the Senate of the United States, shall be binding on them and the said Indian tribes.
Page 147 - God was the strength of his heart and his portion for ever."* He died at his home in Mount Vernon, April 9, 1858.
Page 435 - Elder at least, for he traveled extensively, and had much to do, not only in regulating the societies, but also in sending the preachers here, there, and yonder. He was zealous, laborious, would not build on another man's foundation, but formed new circuits where Christ was not named, so that from Jerusalem, and round about unto Illyricum, he had fully preached the gospel of Christ.
Page 16 - In the latter end of the year 1739 eight or ten persons came to me in London, who appeared to be deeply convinced of sin, and earnestly groaning for redemption.
Page 171 - That there are no eternal reprobates; 2. That Christ died, not for a part only, but for all mankind; 3. That all infants dying in infancy are saved through Christ and the sanctification of the Spirit; 4. That the Spirit of God operates on the world, or as co-extensively as Christ has made the atonement, in such a manner as to leave all men inexcusable.

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