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Sermons concerning the divinity and incarnation of our Blessed Saviour
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What pride flushes the patriot's cheek when he remembers that his nation can murder faster than any other people. Thus St. He is neither an insignificant atom nor God. We become "partakers" of it.
Note, Those in whom Christ is formed will show it: it will be found to be a work of God which he will own. Mary at least will be our example,—the use of Reason in investigating the doctrines of Faith; a subject, indeed, far fitter for a volume than for the most extended notice which can here be given to it; but one which cannot be passed over altogether in silence, in any attempt at determining the relation of Faith to Reason. Augustine, of Hippo, Saint. At best they give a God for philosophers, for the intellect, not one who has influence over life, moulding and fashioning the heart. So He humbled Himself; suffering all the infirmities of our nature in the likeness of sinful flesh, all but a sinner,—pure from all sin, yet subjected to all temptation,—and at length becoming obedient unto death, even the death of the cross. Design of Christianity, or, A plain demonstration and improvement of this proposition: viz.
The fall occurred before the birth of Cain. Moreover, from the hypothesis, it is the representation of an idea in a medium not native to it, not as originally conceived, but, as it were, in projection; no wonder, then, that, though there be an intimate correspondence, part by part, between the impression and the dogma, yet there should be an harshness in the outline of the latter; as, for instance, a want of harmonious proportion; and yet this is unavoidable, from the infirmities of our intellectual powers. Grotius, Hugo. Note, God's time for the performance of his promises is when it labours under the greatest improbabilities. Polemics, explanations, protests. Here the Old Testament prophecies had their accomplishment in our Lord Jesus, by which it appears that this was he that should come, and we are to look for no other; for this was he to whom all the prophets bore witness.
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Barrow, Isaac. How can teaching and intercourse, how can human words, how can earthly images, convey to the mind an idea of the Invisible?
The Incarnation gives to the Bible its unity. Why should not there be that real connexion between science and its subject-matter in religion, which exists in other departments of thought?
Opuscula: viz. London: Printed for Benj. For instance, we read of Christ being formed in us—dwelling in the heart—of the Holy Spirit making us His temple; particularly remarkable is our Saviour's own promise: "If a man love Me, he will keep My words; and My Father will love him, and We will come unto him, and make our abode with him.
Though it begin to be despaired of.
God was ready, the Son was ready. I know the artist paints angels in the skies, and surrounds the scene with a mysterious light, of which tradition's tongue of falsehood has said that it made midnight as bright as noon.
What remains, then, but to make our prayer to the Gracious and Merciful God, the Father of Lights, that in all our exercises of Reason, His gift, we may thus use it,—as He would have us, in the obedience of Faith, with a view to His glory, with an aim at His Truth, in dutiful submission to His will, for the comfort of His elect, for the edification of Holy Jerusalem, His Church, and in recollection of His own solemn warning, "Every idle word that men shall speak, they shall give account thereof in the day of judgment; for by thy words thou shalt be justified, and by thy words thou shalt be condemned.
They, in visiting, age after age, the utmost bounds of the creation of God, must have seen mighty wonders unknown to man; yet, after all, there is something, if I may so express myself, in the nature and texture, in the magnitude and utility of salvation, which has not its equal in the whole universe of God.
Hodgkinson, prostant apud Rob Scott, Opera quae reperiuntur omnia. She brought forth her first-born Sermons concerning the divinity and incarnation of our Blessed Saviour book.
Thus they began by being humble, Sermons concerning the divinity and incarnation of our Blessed Saviour book, as they advanced, humility and faith wore away from their character. But, except through some special revelation, of which we have no hint, it was impossible they should foresee the extraordinary transactions which were to distinguish this orb from all the others scattered through the wide fields of space.
The things which pertain to salvation form an object the contemplation of which is peculiarly adapted to the capacities of angels. Matthew ; St. But of mercy they had never heard. The life of some men, and those not the least eminent among divines and philosophers, has centred in the development of one idea; nay, perhaps has been too short for the process.
Flesher, for Richard Royston, Note, Those who would have direction from God must think on things themselves, and consult with themselves. It should be rendered "to all the people. The Birth of Christ. London: Printed by M. The particular series of it, drawn in the direct line from Abraham downward, according to the genealogies recorded in the beginning of the books of Chronicles as far as those goand which here we see the use of.
Extraordinary direction like this we are not now to expect; but God has still ways of making known his mind in doubtful cases, by hints of providence, debates of conscience, and advice of faithful friends; by each of these, applying the general rules of the written word, we should, therefore, in all the steps of our life, particularly the great turns of it, such as this of Joseph's, take direction from God, and we shall find it safe and comfortable to do as he bids us.Before we examine those reasons, it would be well at the outset to distinguish between the Incarnation and the Virgin Birth of our Lord, two truths sometimes confused by students of Scripture.
The Incarnation of the Son of God is the fact of God becoming Man; the. Dedication: To my Flock and Congregation. Dearly beloved in the Lord, These Sermons on the Incarnation and the most orthodox and wholesome doctrine therein set forth, you received with all acceptation; and the Elders whom God hath set over you made choice of them to stand first in these volumes, which I now publish for the edification of the body of Christ.
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