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" But, wherever this is really fixed in the soul, it will be shown by its fruits. It is therefore expected of all who continue therein, that they should continue to evidence their desire of salvation. First by doing no harm, by avoiding evil... "
A Theological Dictionary: Containing Definitions of All Religious Terms; a ... - Page 81
by Charles Buck - 1838 - 472 lehte
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The doctrines and discipline of the Methodist episcopal Church in America ...

Methodist episcopal church - 1798
...doing no harm, by avoiding evil of every kind: efpecially that which is moft generally practifed : Such as The taking the name of God in vain : The profaning...either by doing ordinary work thereon, or by buying or felling. Drunkei idfs : or drinking fpirituous liquors, unlefs in cafes of neceffity : The Laying or...
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The life of the rev. John Wesley, M.A. to which is prefixed, some ..., 2. köide

John Whitehead - 1805
...of all who continue therein, that they should continue to evidence their desire of salvation, 1. " By doing no harm, by avoiding evil in every kind ;...especially that which is most generally practised^, such is " The taking the name of God in vain: The profaning the day of the Lord, either by doing ordinary...
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The Life of the Rev. John Wesley, A. M., with Memoirs of the Wesley Family ...

George Bourne - 1807 - 351 lehte
...expected of all who continue therein, that they sho'uld continue to evidence their desire of salvation " by doing no harm, by avoiding evil in every kind ;...work thereon, or by buying or selling ; drunkenness ; fighting, quarrelling, brawling ; brother going to law -with brother : returning evil for evil, or...
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A Theological Dictionary, 2. köide

Charles Buck - 1807
...shewn by its fruits. It is, therefore, expected of 'all who continue therein that they should continue to evidence' their desire of salvation. " First, By...evil in every kind ; especially that which is most gejierally practised, such as the taking the name of God in vain; the profaning the day of the Lord,...
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A short history of the Methodists in the United States. To which is prefixed ...

Jesse Lee - 1810
...shewn by it's fruits. It is therefore expected of all who continue therein, that they should continue to evidence their desire of salvation, First — By doing no harm, by avoidiag evil of every kind ; 'especially that which is most generally practised : such as The taking...
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The Doctrines and Discipline of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Methodist Episcopal Church - 1813 - 210 lehte
...harm, by avoiding evil of every kind, especially that which is most generally practised: sucli us. The taking the name of God in vain. The profaning the day of the Lord, either by doing ordinary work therein, or by buying or selling. Drunkenness : or drinking spirituous liqnors, unless in cases of...
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A Theological Dictionary, Containing Definitions of All ..., 1–2. köide

Charles Buck - 1815
...shewn by its fruits It is, therefore, expected of all who continue therein, that they should continue to evidence their desire of salvation. "First by doing no harm; by avoiding 1 vi' in every kind ; especially that which is most generally practised, such as the taking the name...
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The Life of Wesley;: And the Rise and Progress of Methodism, 1. köide

Robert Southey - 1820
...saved from their sins." But it was expected that all who continued in the society should '• continue to evidence their desire of salvation; first, by doing...that which is most generally practised ; such as, taking the name of God in vain ; profaning the Sabbath, either by doing ordinary work thereon, or by...
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The life of Wesley: and the rise and progress of Methodism, 1–2. köide

Robert Southey - 1820
...saved from their sins." But it was expected that all who continued in the society should " continue to evidence their desire of salvation ; first, by...that which is most generally practised ; such as, taking the name of God in vain ; profaning the Sabbath, either by doing ordinary work thereon, or by...
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The Life of Wesley: And the Rise and Progress of Methodism, 1–2. köide

Robert Southey - 1820
...which is most generally practised ; such as, taking the name of God in vain ; profaning the Sabbath, either by doing ordinary work thereon, or by buying or selling ; drunkenness ; buying or selling spiritous liquors, or drinking them, unless in cases of extreme necessity ; fighting, quarrelling,...
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