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Page 615 - to declare and pronounce unto Christ's people that God pardoneth and absolveth all them that truly repent, and unfeignedly believe His holy Gospel." But neither Apostle nor presbyter in the primitive Church, as far as we know, pronounced absolution upon those who had confessed their sins, for the purpose of conveying to them
Page 614 - mentions in his second Epistle (2 Tim. i. 6), when he says, " Wherefore I put thee in remembrance that thou stir up the gift of God, which is in thee by the putting on of my
Page 224 - And I saw as it were a sea of glass mingled with fire ; and them that had gotten the victory over the beast . . . stand on the sea of glass having the harps of God,
Page 519 - Je ne suis François que par cette grande cité, grande en peuples, grande en félicité de son assiette, mais surtout grande et incomparable en variété et diversité de commodités, la gloire de la France, et l'un des plus nobles ornements du monde. Dieu en chasse loing nos divisions.
Page 565 - he saved must thus think of the Trinity. Furthermore it is necessary to everlasting salvation that he also believe rightly.' I consider, therefore, that it is only by perverting the obvious meaning of the above words, that we can aver, in the language of the Note, that they ' are to be no otherwise understood than as a solemn warning of the peril of those who
Page 94 - utility presupposes the anterior principle, that everybody has an equal right to happiness." " It may be more correctly described," answers Mr. Mill, "as supposing that equal amounts of happiness are equally desirable, whether felt by the same or by different persons. This, however, is not a
Page 612 - are chosen and called by men who have public authority given unto them in the congregation to call and send ministers into the Lord's vineyard.
Page 517 - thy dross, and will take away all thy tin. And I will restore thy judges as at the first, and thy counsellors as at the beginning ; afterwards thou