The reasonableness, the ease, the pleasure of the Christian life

A discourse deliver"d in the Parish-church of Hartlebury, in Worcester-shire, on the third Sunday in Lent, 1717. By Robert Pearse, ...
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printed at the Theater, for Steph Fletcher, and are to be sold by James Knapton, A. Bettesworth, J. Round, W. Mears in London: and Corn. Crownfeild in Cambridge , Oxford
SeriesEighteenth century -- reel 6689, no. 10.
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$   Baxter writes, “When Husband and Wife take pleasure in each other, it uniteth them in duty, it helpeth them with ease to do their work, and bear their burdens; and is not the least part of the comfort of the married state” (Baxter, Christian Directory, ).

In short, sex within marriage helps display the Christian gospel by teaching us how. When our life’s purpose is to “have a good time, to have soul-pleasure exceed soul-pain,” God becomes merely a means to an end, an object to be used, never a lover to be enjoyed. It is hard to discover our desire for God when things “go well” – we may think we have, but more often all we have found is our desire to use God, not to.

A Pleasure and a Calling is the chilling psychological thriller written by journalist and author Phil Hogan, and I want to know how twisted is Hogans mind. This thriller is certainly has a brilliant twisted thread all the way the pleasure of the Christian life book it which makes this /5.

Vertuous or Christian LIFE. There is no so constant and satisfactory a Pleasure, to those who are capable of it, as Rational Conversation gives: And to me, depriv'd of that Enjoyment, the remembrance thereof, is, in my present Solitude, the most delightful Entertainment: Wherein some of my leisure hours.

As there is not in the Edition: current; Page: [54] world a more noble effect than the Christian life, it follows that the cause from which it springs must be the noblest possible. Since the Christian life is an effect of the Faith of Christ, we must acknowledge that that Faith, far from being a fable, is the noble cause of a noble effect.

The book is, as the pleasure of the Christian life book most of Dallas's works, sprinkled with insightful gems such as one that runs something like, "To be a Biblical Christian is not to have a high view of the Bible, but to try to live the life depicted in the Bible." Dallas never disappoints but he can be long-winded.

The Allure of Gentleness finds a good balance; recommended read/5(99). A world-weary playwright takes on a fake name and a sleazy apartment—and learns to live again—in this charming novel from bestselling author Patrick Gale.

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THIS little work was finished in the yearand intended for immediate publication. It was disposed of to a bookseller, it was even advertised, and why the business proceeded no. 12 Rules for Life itself has quite a bit of politics interspersed with the more general life advice; it’s unusually political for a self-help book.

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I go to the greatest book I have had the pleasure of reading and sharing in the wisdom, knowledge, and understanding of my God, The Bible. the city of god. book first. argument. augustine censures the pagans, who attributed the calamities of the world, and especially the recent sack of rome by the goths, to the christian religion, and its prohibition of the worship of the gods.

he speaks of the blessings and ills of life, which then, as always, happened to good and bad men alike.

BECAUSE OF HIS IMPORTUNITY "I say onto yon, though he will not rise and give him, because he is his friend, yet because of his importunity he will Arise and give him as many as he needeth."— Luke xi. "And He spake a parable unto them, to the end they ought always to pray and not to faint.

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A CALL TO LOYALTY 2 Timothy David Roper. I am certain you are aware of some of the activities of the dissidents at Stanford last year. At the height of the disorder there was a sit-in at the Applied Electronics Laboratory building on campus John Walkup Jim Barnum Milt Pope and I went into the Lab to talk to students.

The joy of the Christian life would be immeasurably augmented if we dwelt more constantly on its eternal consummation in the Divine Presence, and the joy would give strength.

We have great memories to sustain us, and, above all, the memory of the supreme manifestation of the Divine love in the life and death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The Christian Home. A Guide to Happiness in the Home that our children will receive the kind of education that will enable them to bring forth the fruits of a truly Christian life.

from the truth. A real tyrant in the home, a tyrant whom many serve with slavish care, is the insatiable desire for ease, pleasure, or social standing, which. Origen. Contra Celsus. BOOK II. CHAP. THE first book of our answer to the treatise of Celsus, entitled A True Discourse, which con-eluded with the representation of the Jew addressing Jesus, having now extended to a sufficient length, we intend the present part as a reply to the charges brought by him against those who have been converted from Judaism to Christianity.

The Christian must feel, as it has been put, that all his life he is, as it were suspended between past and present blessings” (Barclay p. 77). “To begin by praising God for the fact that in this situation, as it is, He is so mightily God--such a beginning is the.

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SALVATION EASY. Matthew xi. My yoke is easy, and my burden is light. All religion, like virtue of all kinds, implies restraint. The Saviour did not come to institute a religion that would be without law, or that would give unrestrained indulgence to the passions. The Christian life in some of its characteristics.

It is agreed that religion, subjectively considered, is life. “He that hath the Son hath life.” If a man has religion, it is life in him. But it is finite life, limited and dependent.

It requires for its continuance outside support and supply. 2 Timothy 2 Timothy 2 Timothy 2 Timothy Divide the Word. Difficult Times. Christian Service. Christian Servant. Dangerous Times for. Christian Servant.

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Robinson has advanced theological degrees from Fuller and is a Presbyterian pastor in Oregon. God had given him great strength both of body and mind, which enabled him to go through a great deal of work with ease and pleasure; and, for the encouragement of others to spend and be spent in the service of God, it proved that after all his labours his natural force was not diminished.

The true spring of Christian steadfastness is in the Lord, as the element of the spiritual life. We are said to stand in faith (2 Corinthians ) and to stand in grace (Romans ), but these phrases only represent the methods in which the believer finds his weakness linked with the omnipotence of Divine grace.

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This is perhaps one of the most important considerations in living a life of love that has abiding value and true meaning. It is the key to becoming a Christian and receiving the sure promise of the glories of heaven.

The Christian life begins with the eyes facing downward and the lips saying, "God, have mercy on me a sinner" (Lk. No man, no woman, can shirk the primary duties of life, whether for love of ease and pleasure, or for any other cause, and retain his or her self-respect.

Theodore Roosevelt Love, Men, Race.humanity. They promote an individualized harmonious life. The third book, the book about women, represents the court-lady, the counterpart to the courtier.

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