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" How shall he who kills within himself the natural instinct of aftection for those he sees, ever rise to the high gift of loving God, whom he can know only by his faith ? This conduct must be most offensive to the Spirit of God; and under a dispensation... "
A Sermon Preached at St. Aldate's Church, Oxford, on Behalf of a Proposed ... - Página 7
por Samuel Wilberforce - 1847 - 15 páginas
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Hints on the Culture of Character

1855 - 319 páginas
...God, whom he hath not seen?" How shall he who kills within himself the natural instinct of aftection for those he sees, ever rise to the high gift of loving...intense denial of the work of Christ's cross, whereby ha made all men one in the unity of his own body. For the second Adam thus restored all the broken...
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Character and culture, by the bishop of Durham [and others] with passages ...

Character - 1878
...affection for thoss he S2es, ever rise to the high gift of loving God, whom he can know only by his faith 1 This conduct must be most offensive to the Spirit...under a dispensation of the Spirit, such as is that nmler which we live, it must therefore be most ruinous to man. It is an intense denial of the work...
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