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PUB; CLERY 1586144 ASTOR, LINOX AND TILDLN ECUNDATIONS
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Dup. exch., P. G. Noyes Libr'y, 18 Sept., 1984.
. Acts xv. 1, 2.
And certain Men which came down from
Yudea, taught the Brethren, and said, Ex-
cept ye be circumcised after the Manner of
Mofes, ye cannot be saved. When there
fore Paul and Barnabas had no small
Dissention and Disputation with them, they
; determined that Paul and Barnabas, and
certain other of them, hould go up to Je-
rufalem unto the Apostles and Elders, about
this Question. ,
EPHesians ii, 18.
For through him we both have an Access by
one Spirit unto the Father. P. 23.
EPHESIANS ii. 8.
For by Grace are ye saved, through Faith;
and that not of yourselves: It is the Gift
PhilipPIANS ii. 12, 13.
Work out your own Salvation with Fear
and Trembling. For it is God that work-
eth in you, both to will and to do of his
Luke xiii. 23, 24.
Then said one unto him, Lord, are there few
that be saved? Anå be said unto them,
Strive to enter in at the strait Gate : For
many, I say unto you, will seek to enter in,
and shall not be able.
LUKE xii. 48.
Unto whom foever much is given, of him shall
be much required: And to whom Men have
committed much, of him they will ask the
LUKE iv. 1, 2.
And Jesus being full of the Holy Ghost, re-
turned from Jordan, and was led by the
Spirit into the Wilderness, being forty Days
tempted of the Devil. P. 131.
2 Cor. vii. 10. .'
Godly Sorrow worketh Repentance to Salvation
not to be repented of: But the Sorrow of
the World worketh Death. P. 151.
In Two Parts.
1 Peter ii. 11.
: Dearly beloved, I beseech you as Strangers and
Pilgrims, abstain from fleshly Lufts, which
: war against the Soul. 1. P. 173.
Matthew xxvii. 38.
Then were there two Thieves crucified with
: him, one on the right Hand, and another
on the left.
. Psalm lxxvii. 9, 10.
Hath God forgotten to be gracious, hath be in
Anger shut up his tender Mercies?
And I said, This is my Infirmity ;, but I will
remember the Years of the right Hand of
the Mofi High.
P. 271 0
: Psalm xciv. 19.
In the Multitude of my Thoughts within me,
thy Comforts delight my Soul.
Or, as the old Translation renders it,
In the Multitude of the Sorrows that I both
in my Heart, thy Comforts have refreshest
PSALM lxxxviii. 15.
While I suffer thy Terrors, I am distracted,
Psalm xix. 14.
Let the Words of my Mouth, and the Man
ditation of my Heart, be acceptable in the
Sight, O Lord, my Strength, and my Re
LUKE xii. 21.
So is he that layeth up Treasure for himself,
and is not rich towards God. P. 349.