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Salvation - Page 99
by Orello Cone - 1889 - 101 pages
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The Universal Restoration of All Men: Proved by Scripture, Reason, and ...

Joseph Young - Future punishment - 1804 - 259 pages
...devil. And he promises, in the most explicit terms, shortly before his crucifixion, that if he should be lifted up from the earth, he would draw all men unto him. But by a false translation of this equivocal word a on, they have been enabled to propagate a doctrine...
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Olive Branch, Volume 1

Universalism - 1828
...salvation, we must deny Christ himself, and the object of his mission ; for be has expressly declared, that - if he were lifted up from the earth, he would draw all men unto him." That he came to seek and to save that which was lost, and finally came to save the world." See John...
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Sacred Records, of the History of Our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ ...

J. Sadler - 1836 - 464 pages
...was the world judged, and the prince of it, the devil, cast out; and when the Son of man should be lifted up from the earth, He would draw all men unto Him." The Jews then asked Him, how the death of the Son of man could be according to the scriptures, which...
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The Rose of Sharon: A Religious Souvenir

Gift books - 1841
...this religion is attracting us towards duty, God, and heaven. And, therefore, the great Redeemer said, if he were lifted up from the earth, he would draw all men unto himself. Yes, he draws by all the attractions of virtue, faith, hope, and love ; by all the excellences...
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History of the Planting and Training of the Christian Chruch by the Apostles

August Neander - Church history - 1844 - 330 pages
...that he could operate with such power on mankind, Christ said, (John xii. 32.) that when he should be lifted up from the earth he would draw all men unto him. In reference to this state of things, John contemplates the communication of the divine principle of...
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History of the Planting and Training of the Christian Church By the Apostles ...

Dr. Augustus Neander - 1851
...be able to operate with such power on mankind, Christ said, (John xii. 32,) that when he should be lifted up from the earth, he would draw all men unto him. In reference to this connexion of events, John contemplates the communication of the divine principle...
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Life of Rev. Hosea Ballou: With Accounts of His Writings, and ..., Volume 4

Thomas Whittemore - 1855
...to the contrary ? I ask for no man's speculation ; for no man's mere opinions. Jesus said, if he was lifted up from the earth, he would draw all men unto him. And he also said : ' He that cometh unto nie, I will in no wise cast out.' " We ask again. : If the...
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Key to the Young Heart: Designed Expressly for Universalist Sunday Schools

L. J. Fletcher - Sunday school literature - 1863 - 108 pages
...hope to be in heaven after you die ? S. — I do, for Jesus said, while here on earth, that if he was lifted up from the earth, he would draw all men unto him, and I suppose that includes everybody. T. — Yes ; all men, as the words are used in that passage,...
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Universalism: Its Doctrines and Their Foundations

L. J. Fletcher - Sunday schools - 1864 - 202 pages
...dead, then must we not believe that some will be annihilated ? 32. But did not Jesus say that if he was lifted up from the earth he would draw all men unto him? 33. Are we rot told also that as in Adam all die, even so in Christ shall all be made alive ? 34. Must...
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Counsel and Encouragement: Discourses on the Conduct of Life

Hosea Ballou - Conduct of life - 1866 - 407 pages
...for the sins of the whole world." And he declared that he would accomplish what he undertook. He said that, if he were " lifted up from the earth, he would draw all men unto him." And it is our duty to believe in the event. If the inspired writers do not often speak of this glorious...
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