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Yes, yes, faith Christ, I know thee well enough to be a poor impotent creature,
who hast no power at all but what is given thee from above ; I know thee, and ...
Providence hath its influences upon their hearts and wills immediately, Jer. xv. 11
And, on the other side ; Lord, these are the souls for whom I travelled, as in birth,
until Christ was formed in them. It is a glorious thing to fay, as the prophet, " Here
am I, and the children God hath given me." Nay, those that were but collaterally ...
Behold [/] stand at the door, &c' HA V I N G, in the former sermon, pondered
Christ's solemn preface to his earnest suit ... That Jesus Christ is tridy present -
with men in Ms ordinances, and hath to do -with them, and they -with him ; though
he be ...
What a glorious power was that which . opened Christ's grave, when he lay in the
heart of the earth, with a mighty ... of thy heart to Christ, is not only an effect of
almighty power, but such an effect of it, without which all that Christ hath done
From the patience and long-suffering of Christ, we may learn the invaluable
precwujnefs of puts, and the high esteem Christ hath jos them. Though your souls
be cheap in your own eyes, and you are coDtented to, fell them for a trifle, for a
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