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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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Heroes in the Strife; Or, The Temperance Testimonies of Some Eminent Men ...

Frederick Sherlock - 1881 - 278 lehte
...harm, by avoiding evil of every kind, especially that which is most generally practised — such as taking the Name of God in vain, the profaning the Day of the Lord, Drunkenness, buying or selling spirituous liquors, or drinking them, unless in case of extreme necessity,...
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Sketches of English nonconformity

Alfred Saunders Dyer - 1882 - 105 lehte
...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...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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Methodism and the Temperance Reformation

Henry Wheeler - 1882 - 291 lehte
...connection, only the rule against intemperance. Those who united with Mr. Wesley's societies were expected to "evidence their desire of salvation, First, by doing no harm, by avoiding evil of every kind, especially that which is most generally practiced; such as, "Drunkenness, buying or...
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The Doctrines and Discipline of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South ...

Methodist Episcopal Church, South - 1892
...especially that which is most generally practiced : such as — The taking of the name of God in vaii ; The profaning the day of the Lord, either by doing ordinary work therein, or by buying or selling; Drunkenness, or drinking spirituous liquors, unless in cases of necessity....
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A handy digest of Wesleyan rules and usages

Charles Povah - 1883 - 176 lehte
...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...especially that which is most generally practised. Such is The taking of the name of God in vain ; The profaning of the day of the Lord, either by doing ordinary...
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The library of national information and popular knowledge, 3–4. köide

Ward, Lock and co, ltd - 1885
...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...the Lord, either by doing ordinary work thereon or buying or selling : "Drunkenness, buying or selling spirituous liquors, or drinking them, except in...
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The Sabbath for Man: A Study of the Origin, Obligation, History, Advantages ...

Wilbur Fisk Crafts - 1885 - 638 lehte
...occurs the following : " 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 of every kind, especially that which is most generally practised, such as the taking of the name of...
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The Inquirer, 3. köide

1840
...work out their final salvation, by the help of the Holy Spirit of God — first, by doing no harm, and by avoiding evil in every kind, especially that which is most generally practised : such as taking the name of God in vain ; the profaning the day of the Lord, either by doing ordinary work thereon,...
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A Dictionary of the Church of England

Edward Lewes Cutts - 1887 - 659 lehte
...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 in every kind, es\>ec\a\Vj\ that which is most generally practised. Such as — The taking the name of God in vain...
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The Doctrines and Discipline of the Church: 1888

Methodist Episcopal Church - 1888
...by its fruits. 1 32. It is therefore expected of all who continue therein, that they shall continue to evidence their desire of salvation, First : By doing no harm, by avoiding evil of every kind, especially that which is most generally practiced ; such as, The taking of the name...
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