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The blessedness of peace-makers represented; and the danger of persecution considered
by Printed and sold by William Bradford, at the London Coffee-House, the corner of Market and Front-Streets in Philadelphia
Written in English
|Contributions||Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Synod of New York and Philadelphia.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||50|
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It is true that persecution of both ministers and saints is today in a much milder form than it assumed in other ages; nevertheless, it is just as real. Through the goodness of God we have long been protected from legal persecution, but the enmity of the Serpent finds other ways and means for expressing itself. ©A Body of Divinity Contained In Sermons Upon The Westminster Assembly's Catechism By Thomas Watson. Please order a reliable copy from By permission Banner of Truth Trust Edinburgh, Scotland Carlisle, PA TO PURCHASE THIS TITLE CONTACT Banner of Truth Contents. 1. Brief Memoir Of Thomas Watson 2.
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[Gilbert Tennent; Synod of New York and Philadelphia ()]. The Blessedness of Peace-Makers Represented; and the Danger of Persecution Considered () Janu Letter to the Boston Post-Boy (, ) The Danger. The blessedness of peace-makers represented; and the danger of persecution considered; in two sermons, on Mat.
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Persecution of the saints of God, danger of, III. Smaller acts of persecution, as well as greater, noticed by God, Comfort under persecution, VI. – What it is to be persecuted for righteousness’ sake, XI. 75–77; its blessedness, 77–79; encouragement to bear it, 84– Matthew Blessed are the peace-makers — Blessed are the peaceable, for they shall become the children of God.
With respect to the term peaceable or peace-makers [ ειρηνοποιοι], it is to be noted, that in Scripture το ποιειν, to make, or do, signifies a habit of mind, with its consequent actions. Considered as the Son of God, he was not made a curse, but as our pledge and surety, he was made a curse for us.
Heb 7: This curse was not upon his Godhead, but upon his manhood. It was the wrath of God lying upon him; and thus he took away from believers the curse of. Posted on Aug by Bible Students Daily Posted in Inspiring Gems of Truth & Blog Tagged 1 John1 John2 Corinthians2 peter2 Tim2 timothy 3, 2 timothy2Corinthiansa royal priesthood, according to the power at work within us, Actsanxiety, appreciation, ask and it will be.
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(2) Let us come into his presence with thanksgiving; Let us sing and shout in triumph to him” (Psalm ,2). “My mouth shall praise Thee with joyful lips” ().
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We must sing then to the Name of the Most High in turning the enemy behind: since we ought to choose rather to fly from him as a persecutor, than to follow him.