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for then names expressed the nature of the thing so named. And therefore it is
that the name of God is the object of our fear, because by his name his nature is
expressed. " Holy and reverend is his name," Psa. cxi. 9. And again proclaimed ...
And as to the first, to wit, that there is a fear of God which flows from the light of
nature. A people may be said to do things in a fear of God, when they act one
towards another in things reasonable and honest betwixt man and man, not
doing that ...
thereof, every act and exercise thereof, hath a true and natural tendency to
spiritual and eternal felicity. ... It tendeth to life even as of nature ; everything hath
a tendency to that which is most natural to itself, the fire to burn, the water to wet,
The fear of the Lord in the heart, provoketh to this in all its acts, not only of
necessity, but of nature ; it is the natural effect of this godly fear, to exercise the
church in the contemplation of God, together and apart. All fear, good and bad,
hath a ...
that pretends to understand that there is a failure in the nature and execution of
things, or from an envy and spite at the execution of them. Now, if murmurings
arise from this pretended wisdom of the flesh, then, instead of fearing God, his ...
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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