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A scriptural discourse on noise, or, A plain vindication of sonorous adoration

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      • Shaw & Shoemaker, 20214Microfiche. New Canaan, CT : Readex. microfiches. (Early American imprints.Second series ; no. 20214).Photographed from an imperfect copy: p. 29-32 wanting

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        Paginationxvi, 89 p. :
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The explication of this doctrine unto edification, suitable unto the revelation mentioned, is of another consideration; and two things are incumbent on us to take care of therein:— First, That what is affirmed and taught do directly tend unto the ends of the revelation itself, by informing and enlightening of the mind in the knowledge of the mystery of it, so far as in this life we are, by divine assistance, capable to comprehend it; that is, that faith may be increased, strengthened, and confirmed against temptations and oppositions of Satan, and men of corrupt minds; and that we may be distinctly directed unto, and encouraged in, the obedience unto, and worship of God, that are required of us.

ageotropic- turning away from the earth 232. Rather than being of any help, it would more glaringly expose their failure. 'Is Woman's happiest knowledge and her A scriptural discourse on noise These are exactly the arguments that I have used to children; but I have added, your reason is now gaining strength, and, till it arrives at some degree of maturity, you must look up to me for advice—then you ought to think, and on ly rely on God.

Now, this natural godhead of God is his substance or essence, with all the holy, divine excellencies which naturally and necessarily appertain whereunto. The sum is that the Holy Ghost is a divine, distinct person, and neither merely the power or virtue of God, nor any created spirit whatever. It is free on the part of the persons that are forgiven; in that, [1.

He is God, but he is not the most high God. But at this moment the ruling clergy or so diffused the terrors of their strength, that the Reformer, like another Elijah, stands apparently alone amidst the generation of his countrymen. Hence he censured the practice of restricting confirmation to the office of the bishop.

John Owen: Brief Declaration and Vindication of The Doctrine of the Trinity

Regeneration more than reformation It is not mere reformation; not the renovation of that which was dilapidated--the repairing of the old house, and making it as good as new; bat it is a reconstruction of the house upon a new foundation--the house itself being built anew from that foundation to the copestone.

But when I came into this parish, and had to teach ignorant people, I was wholly at a loss; I had no furniture. And what a wealth of comfort is in that wonderful passage, which inspired the sublimest solo in the sublimest musical composition, those words graven in the rock forever, where this holy outsider, this patriarchal sage and saint of the order or Melchisedec, expresses his faith and hope that his Redeemer liveth and will stand the last on the grave, and that he shall see Him with his own eyes on the morning of resurrection.

He owned about thirty slaves and three farms in the Tuckahoe district.