The Evidences of Christianity: Stated in a Popular and Practical Manner, in a Course of Lectures, Delivered in the Parish Church of St. Mary, Islington, Volumen2

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George Wilson, 1830
 

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The Sacraments and other means of grace
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Their harmony
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Are deeply bumiliating and in the highest degree conso
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A correspondent love and gratitude to God on the part
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Erect the only true and unbending standard of duty
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the other parts of Revelation
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The above is strengthened by the wreTCHED SYSTEM
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LECTURE XVII
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The conduct of our Lord in his niore peculiar character
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The manner in which our Lord supported the state
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His piety and devotion to his heavenly Father
145
His fortitude and constancy
151
His virtues were unalloyed with the kindred failings
153
The surprising novelty and sublimity of our Saviours
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This argument springs from a fair PERSUASION upon
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IT BEARS AWAY the heart of the docile and strength
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THE TENDENCY OF CHRISTIANITY TO PRO
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The Direction which Christianity takes
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TAE HINDRANCES WHICH IMPEDE THE FULL EFFECTS
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In the age following the establishment of the gospel
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The hindrances were foretold by Christianity her
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Let each one ask himself what is the tendency of
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THE TEST TO WHICH EVERY ONE MAY BRING
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The SCRIPTURAL AUTHORITY on which it rests
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The facts by which it is sustained
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The singulAR IMPORTANCE of the proof thus
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APPEAL to sincere Christians in confirmation of
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Some Remarks upon the whole of the subject which
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The DIRECTIONS study Christianity in the Bible
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Pray fervently to God for his grace
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Use the means which God has promised to bless
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The RESULT
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HISTORICAL faith will only INCREASE your condem
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The best method of treating objections considered
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Witi WHICH COMPANY DO YOU WALK in the journey
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It must be a living principle
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The discoveries of the Christian religion show this
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The EXTENT to which faith should be carried
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Follow the language as well as the sentiments of
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Examine whether your faith be LIVING AND INFLU
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LECTURE XXIV
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Implies an honest application of our understanding
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Guards us against the danger of hazardous interpreta
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The occasion of the book being written should be con
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The great scope and analogy of truth will either solve
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Distinction must be made between vital Christianity
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We must not attempt to reduce truth to a human
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APPLICATION
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THE UNIVERSAL OBLIGATION WHICH LIES
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CHRISTIANITY is so EXCELLENT in itself that
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The real simPLICITY VARIETY INDEPENDENCE
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The PARTICULAR ADVANTAGES which each individual
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The momentous discoveries which Christianity makes
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Let then your submission to Christianity be IMME
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The general nature of the argument
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The Tide of proof as it has been rolling down from
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The INCIDENTAL manner in which the flood has been
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The ACTUAL MASS of Evidence now before our eyes
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ment
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An ADDRESS to the rulers and governors of
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The several branches of the argument to be collected
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The humble and teachable
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The ExceLLENCY of the doctrines
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Definition and illustration of faith 432
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And go to form a particular sort of character 94
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Pray for the copious influences of grace 218
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The union of separate graces 152
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