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" If any man seem to be religious, and bridleth not his tongue, but deceiveth his own heart, this man's religion is vain. "
Miscellaneous Works of the Rev. Charles Buck ...: Containing The Young ... - Page 26
by Charles Buck - 1808
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Sermons, tr. by R. Robinson (H. Hunter)

Jacques Saurin - 1800
...though he carried the matter to excess. In order to speak well, we must speak but little, remembring always the maxim of St. James, If any man seem to...bridleth not his tongue, this man's religion is vain, chap. i. 26. In fine, the great rule to govern the tongue is to govern the heart. Keep thy heart with...
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Twenty-one Sermons on a Variety of Interesting Subjects: Sentimental and ...

Samuel Hopkins - 1803 - 387 lehte
...account thereor in the day of judgment :" [Matth. xii. 36.] And an apoftle fays, " If any man feem to be religious, and bridleth not his tongue, this man's religion is vain:" £ yam. i. 26.3 And they muft watch againft, avoid and fupprefs aH finful, vain and idle thoughts and...
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Sermons Translated from the Original French of the Late Rev. James ..., 4. köide

Jacques Saurin, Robert Robinson - 1805
...practice. But there was some reason in the conduct of this Kecmit, though he carried the matter to excess. In order to speak well, we must speak but little,...If any man seem to be religious, and bridleth not It is tongue, this man's religion is vain, chap. i. 26. In fine, the great rule to govern the tongue...
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The Christian Monitor, 2. köide

1806
...ministering grace to the hearers," we shall only provoke the imputation of hypocrisy. " If any man among you seem to be religious, and bridleth not his tongue, this man's religion is vain." But by a steadfast adherence to.the course, recommended in the text, we shall be induced, as opportunities...
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The pulpit; or, A biographical and literary account of eminent ..., 2. köide

Garnet Terry - 1812
...warns us, that ' the tongue can no man tame;' and yet, continues this apostle, ' if any man among you seem to be religious, and bridleth not his tongue, this man's religion is vain' Thoroughly theological, informed and experienced, serious and searching, interesting and improving,...
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The baptist Magazine

1815
...We should, therefore, take heed to our ways, that, in this respect, we sin not with our tongues. " If any man seem to be religious and bridleth not his tongue, but deceiveth his own heart, this man's religion is vain." James, i. 26. Contentious and angry talkers,...
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The Works of the Rev. John Newton ...

John Newton - 1821
...thought the most important, a sufficient test of our state before God,; for he affirms universally, that if any man seem to be religious, and *{ bridleth not his tongue, hi's religion is vain." And again he assures us, that " whoever will be " a. friend of the world, is...
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The Works of the Rev. Daniel Waterland, D.D. Formerly Master of Magdalen ...

Daniel Waterland - 1823
...kindness, is an inconsistent, romantic notion, a contradiction in terms. For, as St. James says, " If any man seem to be religious, and " bridleth not his tongue — this man's religion is vain':" ' Junes i. 26. so it may be justly, and by parity of reason, said in gene-. ral, that if any man "...
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The Works of the Rev. J. Newton ...: With the Memoirs of the ..., 1. köide

John Newton, Richard Cecil - 1824
...the most important, a sufficient test of our state before God ; for he affirms universally, that " if any man seem to be religious, and bridleth not his tongue, his religion is vain." And again he assures us, that " whoever will be a friend of the world, is the...
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An Essay on Anger ...

John Fawcett - 1824 - 189 lehte
...pride, anger, wrath and malice reign in our hearts, and govern our lives, all our religion is hypocrisy. If any man seem to be religious, and bridleth not his tongue he deceiveth his own Iteart, betrays the perverseness and malignity of his disposition, that man's...
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