Some Account of the Life and Religious Labours of Sarah Grubb: With an Appendix Containing an Account of Ackworth School, Remarks on Christian Discipline, and Extracts from Her Letters
J. Phillips, 1794 - 438 sider
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Some Account of the Life and Religious Labours of Sarah Grubb: With an ...
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Side 108 - ... his ways are not as our ways, nor his thoughts as our thoughts.
Side 189 - ... fight the good fight of faith, and to lay hold on eternal life.
Side 371 - ... conformed to this world, but transformed by the renewing of our minds, that we " may prove what is that good and acceptable and perfect will of God,
Side 335 - Come, and let us go up to the mountain of the Lord, and to the houfe of the God of Jacob, and he will teach us of his ways, and we will walk in his paths : for the law fhall go forth of Zion, and 3 the word of the Lord from Jerufalem.
Side 231 - And * he fhall judge among the nations, and * rebuke many people ; and they fhall beat * their fwords into ploughfhares, and their * fpears into pruning-hooks. Nation fhall * not lift up fword againft nation, neither ' fhall they learn war any more.
Side 284 - ... to the purifying of the heart. It is not to be expected but that there is referved for fuch, a proportionate degree of fuffering, to that which, in their own wills, they have occafioned to others : though, by their natural...
Side 1 - In the night, a young woman having given him something to drink, he said, " My child, thou seemest very kind to me a poor creature ; the Lord will reward thee for it.
Side 421 - But fome man will fay, How are the dead raifed up ? And with what body do they come ? Thou fool, that which thou foweft is not quickened, except it die...