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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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Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature, 6. köide

John McClintock - 1890
...shown by its fruits. It is therefore expected of all win» continue therein t hut t hey should continue to evidence their desire of salvation, " First, by...every kind; especially that which is most generally practiced. Such as "The taking the name of fiod In vain ; "The profaning the day of the Lord, cither...
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Aspects of Faith and Religion in the Seventeenth Century

Arthur Williamson - 1891 - 139 lehte
...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...which is most generally practised. Such as The taking of the name of God in vain : 1 The following are Mr Wesley's own words relative to this subject. See...
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Living Thoughts of John Wesley: A Comprehensive Selection of the Living ...

John Wesley, James Henry Potts - 1891 - 562 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...every kind ; especially that which is most generally practiced : such as the taking the name of God in vain; the profaning the day of the Lord, either by...
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Select Psalms: Arranged for the Use of the Methodist Episcopal Church

John Wesley - 1891 - 284 lehte
...shown by its fruits. TT 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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The Doctrine and Discipline of the Methodist Church: 1891

Methodist Church (Canada) - 1891 - 326 lehte
...by its fruits. 31- 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...
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The Doctrines and Discipline of the Methodist Episcopal Church. 1892: With ...

Methodist Episcopal Church - 1892 - 352 lehte
...by its fruits. *. 3O. 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 of...
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The Probationer's Companion: With Studies in Pilgrim's Progress

Jonas Oramel Peck - 1893 - 79 lehte
...most generally practiced; suchttI OBNBXAL RULES, 8f (2.) The taking of the name of God In vain. (3.) The profaning the day of the Lord, either by doing ordinary work therein or by buying or selling. Exod 20. 8; Deut. 5. 14; Exod. 34. 21 ; Neh. 13. 15-17. (4.) Drunkenness,...
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A History of Methodists in the United States

James Monroe Buckley - 1896 - 714 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...every kind; especially that which is most generally practiced: such is the taking the name of God in vain ; the profaning the day of the Lord, either by...
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The Doctrines and Discipline of the Methodist Episcopal Church, 1896

Methodist Episcopal Church - 1896 - 418 lehte
...by its fruits. IF 3O. 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 of...
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A History of Methodism in the United States, 2. köide

James Monroe Buckley - 1897
...shown by its fruits. It is tlrerefore expected of all who continue therein that they should continue to evidence their desire of salvation : First, by...every kind ; especially that which is most generally practiced : such is the taking the name of God in vain; the profaning the day of the Lord, either by...
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