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... and families becoming more numerous, they now met and joined together in
carrying on social and public worship: and though there were corruptions in
practice, within this period of time; wicked Cain, whose works were evil, and who
set a ...
... his grace and righteousness, necessary to salvation; as the evil nature of sin;
the insufficiency of men to make atonement for it; to fulfill the law, and bring in a
righteousness answerable to it: Moses wrote of Christ, of his prophetic, priestly, ...
... could : and the wind being in their wings, denotes the cheerfulness with which
the Jewish Rabbins pursued their studies till they had finished their design, the
Talmud, which they could not perfect without the impulse and help of an evil spirit
... reception in general; yet if it may be a means of preserving sacred truths, of
enlightening the minds of any into them, or of establishing them in them, I shall
not be concerned at what evil treatment I may meet with from the adversaries of
15. which, as it regards duty to God, as well as man, necessarily supposes the
knowledge of him; as well as of the difference between good and evil, as founded
upon his nature and will: And though this light of nature is not sufficient to lead ...
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This edition of Gill's Doctrinal and Practical Divinity are bound together in a nice hardback, clothbound edition. Sixty dollars is a small price to pay for this work by one of the greatest ... Read full review