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Página 3 - Depart from me, for I desire not the knowledge of Thy ways
Página 7 - There is but one living and true God, everlasting, without body, parts, or passions ; of infinite power, wisdom, and goodness; the Maker and Preserver of all things both visible and invisible. And in unity of this Godhead, there be three persons, of one substance, power, and eternity; the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost.
Página 7 - there is but one living and true God, everlasting, without body, parts, or passions...
Página 33 - We have no mean proof of this in his endeavouring to "hide himself," among the trees of the garden, from the presence and eye of Him, whom, previously to his transgression, he knew to be " every where present ;" to whose eye the darkness and the light are both alike, and who discerns the most secret thoughts of the heart of man. Add to this, it appears as if he had neither self-abasement nor...
Página 3 - Excuses of this kind pass very well from one poor man to another, but I am much afraid that they will not stand good in that day when the secrets of all hearts shall be laid open ; and, for this reason, that they are seldom founded in truth.
Página 42 - Advocate Jesus Christ, who now sits at the right hand of God, to make intercession for as many of you as penitently return to him.
Página 42 - ... cross, being himself very God, and Maker of all things; and how, with great humility, he chose to be incarnate in a poor virgin, and not to come as a king, but as a mediator, among the nations. And contemplate, also, upon the poor life which he always led in this world, to give us an example; and that he will come at the day of judgment to judge the quick and the dead, and give to every one the meed which he hath deserved. Then shalt thou give sustenance to thy flesh of that bread of pannic and...
Página 59 - let us then join this goodly company." " Stop a moment," whispered the hawker, " the poor man is going to speak, let us not interrupt him." The man, it seems, had been reading the 9th chapter of John, which gives an account of a man, who was born blind, being restored to sight ; and when he came to these words, " One thing I know, that whereas I was born blind, I now see...

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