The Cure of Deism: Or, the Mediatorial Scheme by Jesus Christ the Only True Religion ... with an Application to Paptists, Quakers, Socinians, and Scepticks. And an Appendix, in Answer to a Book Entitled The Moral Philosopher, Or a Dialogue Between a Christian Deist and a Christian Jew, in a New Method by a Country Clergyman, 1. köide
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Page 200 - Ye cannot drink the cup of the Lord, and the cup of devils : ye cannot be partakers of the Lord's table, and of the table of devils.
Page 333 - We know little of this visible, and nothing at all of the state of that intellectual world, wherein are infinite numbers and degrees of spirits, out of the reach of our ken or guess ; and therefore know not what transactions there were between God and our Saviour, in reference to his kingdom. We know not what need there was to set up a head and a chieftain, in opposition to " the prince of this world, the prince of the power of the air,
Page 250 - And it is at least a surer and shorter way, to the apprehensions of the vulgar, and mass of mankind, that one manifestly sent from God, and coming with visible authority from him, should, as a king and lawmaker, tell them their duties, and require their obedience, than leave it to the long and sometimes intricate deductions of reason, to be made out to them.
Page 87 - And this is the confidence that we have in him, that if we ask any thing according to his will, he heareth us ; and if we know that he hear us, whatsoever we ask, we know that we have the petitions that we desired of him.
Page 410 - If any man fin, we have an Advocate with the Father, Jefus Chrift the righteous : and he is the propitiation for our fins, i John, ii, i, 2.
Page 327 - So that we have only to confider, whether there be really fucb a thing as A Mind, which has relation to the Whole, or not. For if unhappily there be no Mind, we may comfort our felves, however, that Nature has no Malice ; If there be really a MIND, we may reft fatisfy'd, that it is the bejl-natur'd one in^ the World.
Page 305 - ... such in ourselves, which as good men we endeavour all we can to be superior to, and which we find we every day conquer as we grow better.
Page 129 - God ; let us draw near with a true Heart, in full affurance of Faith, having our Hearts fprinkled from an evil Confcience, and our Bodies wa(hed with pure Watet.