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discourse of profiting by sermons and of going to hear, where men think they can profit most.

Simon Patrick

discourse of profiting by sermons and of going to hear, where men think they can profit most.

by Simon Patrick

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Published by Printed for T. Basset ... and F. Gardiner ... in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Great Britain.
    • Subjects:
    • Church of England -- Apologetic works.,
    • Preaching.,
    • Dissenters, Religious -- Great Britain.,
    • Sermons, English -- 17th century.

    • Edition Notes

      ContributionsMiscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsAC901 .M5 vol. 156, no.5
      The Physical Object
      Pagination[4], 32 p. ;
      Number of Pages32
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1365885M
      LC Control Number92850217

      Chapter Hitherto we have been in the porch or preface to the proverbs, here they begin. They are short but weighty sentences; most of them are distichs, two sentences in one verse, illustrating each other; but it is seldom that there is any coherence between the verses, much less any thread of discourse, and therefore in these chapters we need not attempt to reduce the . That is the way, when you hear a bad sermon, just to qualify what the preacher says. Then, after all, you can make his discourse suggest spiritual thoughts to you, and do you good. But you must be content, whereever you go to hear the Word, to pick up the corn ear by ear.

      Directions how to hear Sermons by George Whitefield () Luke - "Take heed, therefore, how ye hear." The occasion of our Lord's giving this caution, was this: Perceiving that much people were gathered together to hear him out of every city, and knowing (for he is God, and knoweth all things) that many, if not most of them, would be hearers only, and not doers .   Articles and Sermons:: A LETTER TO A PREACHER ~Clarke A LETTER TO A PREACHER ~Clarke - posted by hmmhmm (), on: /12/2 The following is the appendix from a book called A LETTER TO A PREACHER, BY ADAM CLARKE A FEW DIRECTIONS TO THE PEOPLE RELATIVE TO THEIR PROFITING BY THE MINISTRY OF THE WORD.

      Consider, this may be the last sermon you shall ever be permitted to hear! Therefore, hear it as if it were your last; and you will hear it then to your unspeakable profit. -- O hear for eternity at all times: remember the eye of God is upon you. The blog Bible Study has completed the Book of Romans and next is the Book of Galatians - The study pace has been fast though in the future the pace will probably vary a little bit more and there might even be some pauses in the study it depends mostly on the quality of material being presented - I have some other things scheduled but I think.


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Discourse of profiting by sermons and of going to hear, where men think they can profit most by Simon Patrick Download PDF EPUB FB2

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The Bible: God’s Perfect Word- Sermon #4. 2 Timothy ; THE PROFIT IN THE HOLY SCRIPTURES. Intro: We have been investigating the Word of God for the past four weeks.

We have encountered the truth that the Word of God is a divine revelation of God’s Person and Character. We have been reminded that the Word of God was divinely inspired in the. They are right in all that they have spoken. 29 ‘Oh, that they had such a heart in them that they would fear Me and always keep all My commandments, that it might be well with them and with their children forever.

30 ‘Go and say to them, “Return to your tents.” 31 ‘But as for you, stand here by Me, and I will speak to you all the. The Old Man's Sermon “O God, thou hast taught me from my youth: and hitherto have I declared thy wondrous works.

Now also when I am old and greyheaded, O God, forsake me not; until I have shewed thy strength unto this generation, and thy power to every one that is to come.” — Psalm lxxi.

17, The kind of sermons that people need to hear are outgrowths of Scripture. If they do not love to hear them, there is all the more reason why they should be preached to them. The gospel has the singular faculty of creating a taste for itself. Bible hearers, when they hear indeed, come to.

No other book of the Old Testament appears to be quite as difficult to outline as the book of Proverbs. Like the dictionary, it seems to change the subject with every verse. As a matter of fact. though, the book of Proverbs is logically and helpfully constructed; and if you note the divisions of it, you can easily follow the argument of this book.

The demons have the power to torment men for 5 months. They won't kill men, but the pain will be so intense that men will want to die, but they will be unable to achieve death. Hell will literally visit the earth. The Sixth Trumpet - Rev. - A demonic invasion of an army that numbersThe results of this invasion will be.

Concerning the Bible, I have three things to say to-night, and they are all in my text. First, its author, "I have written;" secondly, its subjects—the great things of God's law; and thirdly, its common treatment—it has been accounted by most men a strange thing. First, then, concerning this book: Who is the author.

The text says that it. So far most men probably have gone with us; but when we come to the second point, GIFTS SAVING, there will a large number who will go from us because they cannot receive our doctrine. When we apply this truth regarding the Divine Sovereignty to man's salvation, then we find men standing up to defend their poor fellow creatures whom they.

As Jesus continues to deliver the Olivet Discourse, He warns His men of the persecution that lies ahead for them. He wants them to know that following Him carries a high cost, Matt.

He wants them to know that they are going to be called upon to face persecution for their faith. Oh, that men felt that to come to hear the gospel is not like going to the market to hear goods cried, or going to an auction to hear an estate set forth and extolled, or attending a lecture to listen to what was done in the rocks in the ages past, or what is going.

We have some time, of course, tonight to look in to the Word of God, and I would encourage you to turn in your Bible to Genesis chapter 3 - back to the.

The infirmity with which he was overtaken. It is probable his parents brought him, though but a boy, to the assembly, out of a desire to have him well instructed in the things of God by such a preacher as Paul. Parents should bring their children to hear sermons as soon as they can hear with understanding, even the little ones, Deu.

Now. 21 Jesus said unto him, If thou wilt be perfect, go and sell that thou hast, and give to the poor, and thou shalt have treasure in heaven: and come and follow me.

22 But when the young man heard that saying, he went away sorrowful: for he had great possessions. THESE two verses are an extract from a very remarkable sermon, a sermon preached by Peter in the house of Cornelius upon the occasion of the Gentile Pentecost. I think we are entitled to call the event by that name, for then upon the Gentiles was poured out the gift of the Holy Ghost.

Peter preached at the first Pentecost, when the Holy Ghost fell upon the company of Jewish. Well, we turn to the Word of God now, L Luke We come to the last section in this great 14th chapter.

And we've been moving through it rather rapidly and this last section is for some of us who have been in our study of Luke for a long time, really a summary kind of section.

You'll find elements of things that we've learned in the.in the plain--by some rendered "on a level place," that is, a piece of high tableland, by which they understand the same thing, as "on the mountain," where our Lord delivered the sermon recorded by Matthew (Matthew ), of which they take this following discourse of Luke to be but an abridged form.

But as the sense given in our version is."Be not conformed to this world," is the immense, salutary and instantaneous influence it would have if everybody would do business on the principles of the gospel. Just turn the tables over, and let Christians do business one year on gospel principles.

It would shake the world. It would ring louder than thunder.