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" ... firmly in your mind, that the Lord Jesus Christ Himself has spoken most plainly about the reality and eternity of hell. The parable of the rich man and Lazarus contains things which should make men tremble. But it does not stand alone. No lips have... "
The Belief of the Jewish People and of the Most Eminent Gentile Philosophers ... - Página 22
por William Mills - 1828 - 130 páginas
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical ..., Volumen11

1829
...preached by the inspired authors of the New Testament — much less could they ever have been uttered by the lips of Him, who spake as never man spake, and who, instead of teaching the abhorrent doctrine of man's being arbitrarily decreed to salvation or damnation,...
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Correlative Claims and Duties; Or, An Essay on "The Necessity of a Church ...

Samuel Charles Wilks - 1821 - 561 páginas
...the Gospel. To adduce but one proof among many, let any person read the Beatitudes which proceeded from the lips of Him who " spake as never man spake," and decide if almost every one of them must not be considered as grovelling and meanspirited by a cordial...
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

1845
...REMARKABLY potent and gracious were these words, as they fell, in accents of soft and transcendent majesty, from the lips of Him who " spake as never man spake," and who is LORD OF ALL ; while their effect, in reference to the case of the poor woman, to whom they were...
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The belief of the Jewish people, and of the most eminent Gentile ...

William Mills - 1828
...shunned : for an avenging Nemesis was appointed to take account of, and severely to punish, even thesem. That this vengeance of the gods, the wicked man could...sight and their comprehension, but descended upon КОТФОЫ x«5 HTHNÍ2N ЛОГШ yàp еv'чrхoпo; тo"ц irepl та roiaCra eráp¿o>j A/xqf...
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Sermons

William Edward TRENCHARD - 1835 - 414 páginas
...Christ himself. Even then a short-sighted generation could listen to the gracious eloquence that fell from the lips of Him " who spake as never man spake," and watch the works of wonder that were done by his hand, and yet discern not the attributes, or even the...
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The Manual of Peace, Embracing I, Evils and Remedies of War, II, Suggestions ...

Thomas Cogswell Upham - 1836 - 408 páginas
...better. It is unreasonable to expect from them principles which are to be found in the Gospel alone, and which came from the lips of Him, who spake as never man spake. While, therefore, we would not insist, that the higher Institutions should lay aside the Classics,...
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The Manual of Peace: Exhibiting the Evils and Remedies of War

Thomas Cogswell Upham - 1842 - 212 páginas
...better. It is unreasonable to expect from them principles which are to be found in the gospel alone, and which came from the lips of Him who spake as never man spake. While, therefore, we would not insist that the higher institutions should lay aside the classics,...
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My Progress in Error, and Recovery to Truth: Or, A Tour Through Universalism ...

1842 - 240 páginas
...species of error. Would we, on the contrary, promote the spread of truth, pure and undefiled, as it fell from the lips of Him who spake as never man spake and led such a life as no man ever yet led, we must attend to physical, social, and moral education. The...
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Documents

Massachusetts. General Court. Senate - 1847
...other. By their fruits ye shall know them, — is a sentiment that comes to us from high authority, even from the lips of Him who spake as never man spake; and by it we would test the character and merits of the different systems of punishment we are considering....
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"The Modern Whitfield.": Sermons of the Rev. C. H. Spurgeon, of London

Charles Haddon Spurgeon - 1856 - 320 páginas
...man Rabbi except Christ. They sat at no men's feet to learn their doctrines; but they had them direct from the lips of him who " spake as never man spake." " And now," says he, " when I am gone, where shall you find the great infallible teacher ? Shall I set you...
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