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Several discourses concerning the actual Providence of God

Several discourses concerning the actual Providence of God

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Published by Printed for Tho. Parkhurst in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Providence and government of God -- Sermons.,
  • Theology, Doctrinal.,
  • Sermons, English -- 17th century.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby John Collinges.
    GenreSermons.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1306:4.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[22], 740 [i.e. 768], [15] p.
    Number of Pages768
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16778388M

    TWELVE WHAT ABOUTS: Answering Common Objections Concerning God's Sovereignty in Election John Samson, Foreword by John Hendryx of DR. R.C. SPROUL becomes our latest endorser of "Twelve What Abouts" - "It is a privilege to have received your book, 'Twelve What Abouts.' The title is great as are your 'what abouts,' and your responses. Some thoughts concerning the present revival of religion in New-England, and the way in which it ought to be acknowledged and promoted, humbly offered to the publick, in a treatise on that subject.: In five parts; Part I. Shewing that the work that has of late been going on in .

    Book V. Chapter I. Necessity of holiness from the consideration of the nature of God. Chapter II. Eternal election is a cause of and motive for holiness. Chapter III. Holiness is necessary from the commands of God. Chapter IV. Necessity of holiness from God's sending Jesus Christ. Chapter V. Necessity of holiness from our condition in this. The religious views of George Washington have long been debated. While some of the other Founding Fathers of the United States, such as Thomas Jefferson, Benjamin Franklin, and Patrick Henry, were noted for writing about religion, Washington rarely discussed his religious and philosophical views.. Washington attended the Anglican Church through all of his life, and was baptized as an infant.

    Introduction. God has not universally nor finally rejected Israel; nor are they all at present rejecters of the Gospel, for there is a remnant of true believers now, as there was in the days of the Prophet Elijah, Romans These have embraced the Gospel, and are saved by grace, and not by the works of the law, Romans The body of the Israelites, having rejected this, are blinded. Epictetus, Discourses Thomas Wentworth Higginson, Ed. ("Agamemnon", "Hom. Od. ", "denarius") is the question. The philosophers say that we are first to learn that there is a God, and that his providence directs the whole; and that it is not merely impossible to conceal from him our actions, but even our thoughts and emotions.


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Several discourses concerning the actual Providence of God. London: Printed for Tho. Parkhurst, (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: John Collinges. The third, concerning the dysnoēta or hard chapters of it, in which an attempt is made to solve several appearances of difficulty in the motions of Providence, and to vindicate the justice, wisdom, and holiness of God with the reasonableness of his dealing in such motions.".

In there appeared Several Discourses concerning the actual Providence of God, containing ninety-eight sermons. In appeared the Defensative Armour against four of Satan's most fiery Darts, and in a tract on the Improveableness of Water Baptism.

Let not yours be such an observation; but let your eye, beholding God in his providential dispensations, affect your hearts with that adoration and veneration, that love and fear of the great and mighty God, which such works of God do call to you for.

--John Collinges ( ), in "Several Discourses concerning the actual Providence of God.". Obsolete form of ruin. John Collinges, Several Discourses Concerning the Actual Providence of God: Sin in its own nature tendeth to nothing, but the ruine and eternal destruction of a Soul [ ]ruin, wreck (finance) ruin.

Full text of "Several Discourses Concerning the Terms of Acceptance with God" See other formats. God made visible in his works, or, a treatise of the externall workes of God.

First, in generall, out of the words of the psamlist, Psal. Secondly, in particular of the creation, out of the words of Moses, Genesis, chap. and 2. Thirdly, of God's actuall providence. Lond. Author of A cordial for a fainting soule, A lesson of self-deniall, or, The true way to desirable beauty, A cordial for a fainting soul, A cordial for a fainting soul, or, Some essaies for the satisfaction of doubting wounded Christians, labouring under several burdens, The happiness of brethrens dwelling together in unity, Several discourses concerning the actual Providence of God, A cordial.

A sermon delivered at Boston on Tuesday, April 2, at a quarterly meeting of several churches for special prayer / by: Baldwin, Thomas, Published: () A sermon preached in the Presbyterian Chapel at Quebec on Thursday, the 10th of Januarybeing the day appointed for a general thanksgiving / by: Spark, Alexander, Several Discourses Concerning the Terms of Acceptance with God – Hoadly Sovereign Grace – Moody Sowing and Reaping – Moody Spiritual Life and the Word of God – Swedenborg Standards of Life and Service – Howard Steps to Christ – White Strong Souls – Beard Studies in the Life of the Christian – Sell.

Let not yours be such an observation; but let your eye, beholding God in his providential dispensations, affect your hearts with that adoration and veneration, that love and fear of the great and mighty God, which such works of God do call to you for.

--John Collinges ( ), in "Several Discourses concerning the actual Providence of God.". Verb []. abounding. present participle of abound; Noun [].

abounding (plural aboundings). An abundance. John Collinges, Several Discourses Concerning the Actual Providence of God Sin in its own nature tendeth to nothing, but the ruine and eternal destruction of a Soul: it must be from the aboundings of grace, if any good come to the soul from sin [.

Several Discourses Concerning the Terms of Acceptance with God – Hoadly Sovereign Grace – Moody Sowing and Reaping – Moody Spiritual Life and the Word of God – Swedenborg Standards of Life and Service – Howard Strong Souls – Beard Studies in the Life of the Christian – Sell.

The concept Theology, Doctrinal represents the subject, aboutness, idea or notion of resources found in Boston University Libraries. Chapter II No Innate Practical Principles. No moral principles so clear and so generally received as the forementioned speculative maxims. If those speculative Maxims, whereof we discoursed in the foregoing chapter, have not an actual universal assent from all mankind, as we there proved, it is much more visible concerning practical Principles, that they come short of an universal reception.

Edition used: Epictetus, The Works of Epictetus. Consisting of His Discourses, in Four Books, The Enchiridion, and Fragments. A Translation from the Greek based on that of Elizabeth Carter, by Thomas Wentworth Higginson (Boston: Little, Brown, and Co., ).

John Wesley - Sermons On Several Occasions Hugh Latimer - Sermons On The Card And Other Discourses Andrew Lee et al - Sermons On Various Important Subjects Frederick W. Robertson - Sermons Preached At Brighton William G.T. Shedd - Sermons To The Natural Man Benjamin Hoadly - Several Discourses Concerning The Terms Of Acceptance With God.

Epictetus, Discourses, book 1, Of providence. For every event that happens in the world it is easy to give thanks to Providence, if a person has but these two qualities in himself: a habit of closely considering what happens to each individual, [p.

] and a grateful temper. 1 A character in one of the Comedies of Menander, called The Hated Lover. 2 Socrates, with four other persons, was commanded by the thirty tyrants of Athens to fetch Leon from the isle of Salamis, in order to be put to companions executed their commission; but Socrates remained at home, and chose rather to expose his life to the fury of the tyrants, than be accessory to the death.

Sidney wrote Discourses Concerning Government in response to a book by Sir Robert Filmer defending the divine and natural right of kings to absolute rule. Filmer’s book, Patriarcha: A Defence of the Natural Power of Kings against the Unnatural Liberty of the People, was first published inthough it had been written much earlier.

Full text of "Discourses concerning the perfections of God: in which His holiness, goodness, and other attributes are explained and other formats.XIV.

St. John, who lived so many years after our Saviour, was appealed to in these emergencies as the living Ora∣cle of the Church; and as his oral testi∣mony lasted the first century, many have observed that, by a particular providence of God, several of our Saviour's Disci∣ples, and of the early converts of his re∣ligion, lived to a.

     Free Reformation Resources: The Mystery of Providence by John Flavel and Others    "Known unto God are all his works from the beginning of the world." (Acts ) "God the great Creator of all things does uphold, direct, dispose, and govern all creatures, actions, and things, from the greatest even to the least, by His most wise and holy .