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But why doth Job, after this manner, thus speak to God ? why, it was from a sense
that he had of the dreadful majesty of God, even the great and dreadful God that
keepeth covenant with his people. The presence of a king is dreadful to the ...
Therefore, gentle reader, although my text doth indeed bid that thou shouldst fear
God ; yet it in- cludeth not, nor accepteth of any fear; no, not of any fear of God.
For there is, as you see, a fear of God that is ungodly, and that is to be shunned ...
Now, if sin doth not dissolve the covenant, if sin doth not cast me out of this
covenant, which is made personally with the Son of God, and into the hands of
which, by the grace of God, I am put, then ought I not, though I have sinned, to
fear with ...
But since it is as you say, how doth the devil, after the Spirit of adoption is come,
work the child of God into those fears of being out of Christ, not forgiven, and so
an heir of damnation again ? Ans. 1. By giving the lie, and by prevailing with us to
These angels that are servants to those that fear the Lord, are those that will, if
God doth bid them, revenge the quarrel of his servants upon the stoutest
monarch on earth. This, therefore, is a glorious privilege of the men that fear the
Lord. Alas ...
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This is an EXCELLENT book!!! It is great for anyone, no matter how much, or little you fear God. It explains what a Godly fear of the Lord is, and what ungodly fear of God is. Then helps to point you ... Leer comentario completo