How then the lost can for ever cling to sin, unless divinely hardened, I fail to see. No man-made authority can change this. You must not suppose that the whole work of Christ, as the offerer of a propitiation, was finished on the cross. He can testify that Christ now liveth, and is exalted to the right hand of power, and is able to make good all his word, because he hath given him his Spirit.
It is therein stated: But we can, on this theory, take as many steps hell wards as we please.
Therefore of mercy I shall say little in these pages: The reality can not be exaggerated. Those prophecies which had a primary reference to the consummation and devastation of the Jewish dispensation existing at the time they were revealed, were necessarily fulfilled in relation to those who were HternUy denominated Israel and Jodah ; but those which, speaking of Israel and Jndah, relate, in fact, to the establishment, the condition, and progress of another Church, cannot be expected to have their fulfilment with any peculiar reference to that nation, because it has ceased to be Israel in the prophttic sense of the term.
This growing incredulity has found, in our day, open expression, in a remarkable theory, that of conditional immortality itself a revival of an earlier belief. In the beginning, there was Moses' law, then Christ's which superseded it.
During the Hellenistic epoch there came into being an extensive utopian socialist literature, partially serious, in part meant as entertainment, where the ascetic ideal of the Platonic Republic was replaced by "the land of milk and honey" and by the happy state of free love.
But, saith the same apostle, "now is Christ risen from the dead, and become the first-fruits of them that slept. Further, man can exercise no choice at all as to the strength of that will be receives; no choice at all as to the circumstances that surround him in infancy and childhood, and which colors his whole life; man has no choice as to the moral atmosphere he must imbibe in those early years of training, which color almost of necessity, the whole after life.
They count time like the Hebrews ; keep a variety of similar feasts, in one of which a bone of an animal must not be broken; and they never eat the hollow of the thigh of any animal.
Their easy and triumphant answer to the preaching of the resurrection, had they done it, would have been to produce the body. Now, if this be a part of my training, if it be a path to better things, I can in submission - nay, in gladness even - bend to my Creator's will: But even if God allows us to die, we must still stand for Him and stand for Truth.
I must ask you, as a relief, to read the following touching picture: Methinks I hear every person whisper his full assent, that upon the suppositions made, we have found the most essential pile of the prophet Ezekiel's valley of dry bones!
Suffice it to say, it presented something tangible to the hearer, and appealed powerfully to the objective mind. In the world of the time, the oldest Esau was born first inherited the birthright. Suppose you find them, on certain occasions, singing in religious dance, "Hallelujah," or praise to Jah; also singing Yohewah, [ p.
True, we are being tested, but only as a part of our education - which is the real conception of our position as God's children. Compare the spirit of Keble with, I will not say the spirit of Christ, but with that of S. Let me once for all reply that no statement can be more unfounded.
It beats its head against the roof of the oven. In the center of the sect's ideology stood not God but man made divine, freed from the notion of his own sinfulness and made the center of the universe. I may add that beyond the grave illusions will cease. So Christ is sent to save the "lost" destroyed sheep of Israel.
Further, it virtually teaches that the Cross is a stupendous failure.
But "the Lord is risen indeed. In the former, Plato depicts what he considers an ideal state structure, while the latter shows the best practical approximation of this ideal.
The second stroke will make your body twice as bad as the body of job.So, “you reap what you sow” is biblical. There are Old Testament verses that also refer to the principle that we reap what we sow.
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Sow for yourselves righteousness; reap steadfast love; break up your fallow ground, for it is the time to seek the Lord, that he may come and rain righteousness upon you. You have plowed iniquity; you have reaped injustice; you have eaten the fruit of lies.Download