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" Yet they were disciples, believers in Jesus ; but when questioned whether they had received the Holy Ghost since they believed, they declared that they had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost. "
Reasons Offered by Samuel Eddy, Esquire, for His Opinions: To the First ... - Página 17
por Samuel Eddy - 1826 - 24 páginas
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The fruits of the Spirit; together with Fragments of Christian ethics, Tema 195

Frederick Perry (vicar of St. Saviour's, Fitzroy sq.) - 1863 - 320 páginas
...Agent. We may well believe that the Ephesian converts had received of his sacred influence, although they had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost. Yet there is a discomfort in receiving anonymous gifts. " Herein is my Father glorified, that ye bear...
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The Family Prayer Book, Or, The Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of ...

Episcopal Church - 1868 - 804 páginas
...and who told him, upon his asking them whether they had received the Holy Ghost since they believed, wicked, and sinners shall be converted unto thee. Deliver me from bl The great Apostle preached unto them Jesus, in whose name they were presently baptized. " And when...
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Close Communion, Or Open Communion?: An Experience and an Argument. ...

Crammond Kennedy - 1868 - 194 páginas
...; Paul did not rebaptize the Ephesian disciples, who had been baptized " unto John's baptism," but had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost ; and apostolic example uniformly sustained close communion, despite the fact that as far as we know,...
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The Bible; is it "the Word of God?"

Thomas Lumisden Strange - 1871 - 422 páginas
...Paul, in the course of his ministry, met with persons who had undergone John's baptism only, and who had " not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost ;" and explaining to them that John had merely to lead up to Jesus, he baptized them afresh " in the...
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The Church of the First Days: Lectures on the Acts of the Apostles, Volumen3

Charles John Vaughan - 1875 - 400 páginas
...at the time here spoken of, was an ignorance of the true doctrine of the Holy Spirit. He, like them, had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost; not ignorant indeed of the name and of some of the operations of the Holy Spirit—the Psalms of David,...
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The Expositor, Volumen1

Samuel Cox, Sir William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt - 1875 - 504 páginas
...months later, finds there certain disciples who had been baptized only unto John's baptism — who had "not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost" bestowed as the gift of God on those who had believed in Christ. (Acts xix. 2.) The Apostle knew them,...
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The Holy Spirit's Work: Its Nature and Extent

George Cron - 1880 - 192 páginas
...is comparatively unimportant. It mattered little that certain disciples whom Paul found at Ephesus had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost. The existence, the love, and the working of the Spirit are not conditional on our possessing a knowledge...
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Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle, Volumen27

1819 - 618 páginas
...word is the spirit !' They seem, in short, pretty nearly in the same predicament as those of old, who had not ' so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost.' But as Christians have generally been in the habit of considering Divine influence as indispensably...
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The Prose Works of John Milton ...: Treatise on Christian doctrine, compiled ...

John Milton, James Augustus St. John - 1887 - 564 páginas
...much later period, Acts i. 5. and the Ephesians, who had been baptized with the baptism of John, " had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost," xix. 1, 2. whereas the baptism of Christ, which was with water and the Spirit, conferred the gifts...
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The Birth from Above

Charles Follen Lee - 1889 - 118 páginas
...regard Him as the One ' altogether lovely ; ' that once, like the disciples of John the Baptist, I had ' not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost,' 1 and that now I feel the presence of the Spirit in my heart, witnessing that I, too, am a child of...
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