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The duty of Gospel-ministers to preserve a people from corruption.

Solomon Stoddard

The duty of Gospel-ministers to preserve a people from corruption.

Set forth, in a sermon preached at Brookfield, October 16. 1717. Being the day wherein the church was gathered, and Mr. Thomas Cheney, was ordained Pastor.

by Solomon Stoddard

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Published by Printed for Samuel Phillips, on the south-side of the Town-House, in King-Street. in Boston: in N.E .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cheney, Thomas, -- ca. 1692-1747.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Solomon Stoddard, A.M. and Pastor of Northampton.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 1998.
    ContributionsFirst Church (Brookfield, Mass. : 1717-1848)
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[2], 25, [1] p.
    Number of Pages25
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14574238M

    Thus, if the church is faithfully and Lawfully executing the Testament of Christ, the State must follow in its interface to those outside the Body of Christ: …for whatsoever is not of faith is sin. When the flock have needed spiritual food, you have frequently presented some argumentative subject that was no more appropriate for the occasion than an oration upon national affairs. This of Enoch's translation was so in an eminent degree. We are left with one of two possibilities, one in Law; the other in a lie.

    Phaskontes einai--conceiting themselves to be wise. They must take Christ and his yoke, Christ and his cross, as well as Christ and his crown. See Isa. To have no note of preparation sounded in our ears, nor any warning symptoms presented to our sight! Two truths or a thousand can no more antagonize, than two or one thousand parallel lines can cross each other.

    Dreadful work was to be made this night in Egypt; all the first - born both of man and beast were to be slain; and judgment executed upon the gods of Egypt, Num But this function of pointing out jus was undifferentiated from the other functions of the magistrate, and it is highly likely that almost at once the judex, who also had the power of issuing commands which could be drastically enforced, gave an applicant some assistance in obtaining the jus, which was declared to be his. Such doctrine as this was surprising to the Jews, who had hitherto been the peculiar people, and had looked with scorn upon the Gentile world; but the long-expected Messiah proves a light to enlighten the Gentiles, as well as the glory of his people Israel. It is well for us that the gospel reveals the justifying righteousness of God from faith to faith. But not one of the cattle of the Israelites died - Doth God take care for oxen?


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The duty of Gospel-ministers to preserve a people from corruption. book

The Judge of all the earth does right, and observes a meetness between the sin and the punishment of it. The first day of the march of Abraham's seed towards Canaan was four hundred and thirty years it should seem, to a day from the promise made to Abraham, Gen Such a fright he was now in that he gave orders by night for their discharge, fearing lest if he delay'd, he himself should fall next.

He carried devoutness in his habits, and yet it was seriousness without gloom, and spirituality without grimace. Do Christians know that the I. But your labors have not been one tenth as valuable as they would have been had you qualified yourself by practical experience to give the people discourses upon practical subjects.

Wilt thou then not be afraid of the power? You should be cautious how you encourage a habitual train of thought from which habits are formed that will prove your ruin.

Against the ninth commandment: Deceit, whisperers, back-biters, covenant-breakers, lying and slandering. They would then find their lot tenfold harder than it was before, while they were employed in the work of God, suffering trials and privations, yet withal having the Lord's approbation.

Even as I please all men in all things, not seeking mine own profit, but the profit of many, that they may be saved.

Testimonies for the Church, vol. 3

Though some have greater light and means of knowledge than others, yet all have enough to leave them inexcusable. The doctrinal part of the epistles instructs us, 1.

Let me not suffer the importunities of friends, or others, to break in on my own plans of travelling; but vigorously and constantly pursue them; denying with modesty, but at the same time with firmness.

Called to be an apostle. When you understand this, the cause and work of God will rest upon you with such weight that you will not be inclined to jest and joke, and engage in light and frivolous conversation. By it was nearly reduced to an option. Compromise, being based upon mutual concessions, when effected between truth and error, truth must always suffer, since error has nothing of truth to surrender.

And this from the creation of the world. How swift the flight! Did he not welcome that noble scheme, formed with the design and hope of uniting in the bonds of Christian fellowship all denominations of professing Christians, the Evangelical Alliance?It came into the possession of George W.

McCreary, librarian of the Maryland Historical Society, who reprinted copies of it inunder the title The First Book Printed in Baltimore Town, with a history of the printer and the book, one of which is in the possession of this writer.

The book is an account of a financial transaction between. The duty of Gospel-ministers to preserve a people from corruption. Set forth, in a sermon preached at Brookfield, October Being the day wherein the church was gathered, and Mr.

Thomas Cheney, was ordained Pastor/5. Read Malachi 2 commentary using Matthew Henry Commentary on the Whole Bible (Complete). What is the duty of the people: They should seek the law at his mouth; The corruption of the old world began with the intermarriages of the sons of God with the daughters of men, Gen.

This word presbyter some use in the same sense as sacerdos, and translate it priest, a term not given to gospel ministers, unless in a figurative or allusive way, as all God's people are said to be made kings and priests unto God (hiereis, not presbuterous), to offer up spiritual sacrifices of prayers, praises, and alms.

Study Romans 1 using Matthew Henry Bible Commentary (complete) to better understand Scripture with full outline and verse meaning. but the authority of a blessing. The priests under the law were to bless the people, and so are gospel ministers, in the name of the Lord.

In this usual benediction observe, 1. (as that good old book, the. Colossians 2 Bible Commentary. Bible > Bible persons, and why he was so desirous they should know it; one is, the consolation of their hearts. The hearts of God's people often need comfort, by reason of indwelling sin, the temptations of Satan, the hidings of God's face, and afflictive providences; and by reason of false teachers, who.