An Exposition of the Epistle to the Hebrews: With Preliminary Exercitations, 5. cilt

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J. Ritchie, 1814

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It is a great mercy a great privilege to be enlightened with
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The Holy Ghost is present with many as to powerful opera
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The minds of all men by nature are universally and equally
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The dispensation of the word of the gospel unto men is an
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God so ordereth things in his sovereign unsearchable provi
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? Where God grants means there he expects fruit
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Wherever there are any sincere fruits of faith and obedience
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Whilst the gospel is preached unto men they are under their
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Ordinarily God proceeds to the rejection and destruction
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It is the duty of the dispensers of the gospel to satisfy their
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The best persuasion we can arrive unto concerning the spiritual
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There are according to the tenor of the covenant
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We ought to look on obedience as our work which will
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It is a due regard unto the name of God that gives life spiri
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Our perseverance in faith and obedience though it require
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Ministerial exhortation unto duty is needful even unto them
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Spiritual sloth is ruinous of any profession though otherwise
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Faith and patient longsuffering are the only way whereby
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All the children of God have a right unto an inheritance
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We have need of every thing that any way evidenceth the sta
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Where the promise of God is absolutely engaged it will break
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Whatever difficulty and opposition may lie in the way patient
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That the custom of using oaths swearing cursing or impreca
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The purpose of God for the saving of the elect by Jesus Christ
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Sense of danger and ruin from sin is the first thing which
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The whole mystery of divine wisdom effecting all inconceiv
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The sovereign will pleasure and grace of God is that alone
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It is Gods prerogative to give dignity and preeminence
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We can be made partakers of no such grace mercy or privi
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Those who are appointed to bless others in the name
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The life of the church depends on the everlasting life of Jesus
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An interest in the gospel consisteth not in an outward profes
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To look for glory in evangelical worship from outward cere
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Notwithstanding the great and many provocations of them
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All mens rights duties and privileges in sacred things are fix
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It pleaseth God to give sufficient evidence unto the accom
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What seemed to be wanting unto Christ in his entrance
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It is a matter of the highest nature and importance to set
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The introduction into the church of what is better and more
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Believers of old who lived under the law did not live upon
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Although the decrees and purposes of God were always firm
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How good and glorious soever any thing may appear to be
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The stability of the new covenant depends on the suretiship
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God will not fail to provide instruments for his work that
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It is good to secure this first ground of evangelica faith that
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It is a matter of strong consolation to the church that Christ
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So great and glorious is the work of saving believers unto
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God in his infinite wisdom love and grace gave us such
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Although these properties of our high priest are principally
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No sinful man was meet to offer the great expiatory sacri
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There never was nor ever can be any more than twosorts
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