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The nature and excellency of the duty of alms-giving

Dawes, William Sir

The nature and excellency of the duty of alms-giving

A sermon preach"d at the parish church of St. Giles"s in the Fields. Sunday Nov. 17th, 1706. on behalf of the charity-schools ... By Sir William Dawes, ...

by Dawes, William Sir

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Published by printed for Thomas Speed in London .
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Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 7493, no.20).

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The newspapers are replete with the witness of holding to a form of godliness yet denying the power thereof. For the believer still lives in a reality where temptations abound and Satan is active in the deception of the whole world and all its inhabitants. Within us resides a sinful nature that all too frequently resurrects itself. The Saint and the World - by Rev. John Arndt Articles on Christian Stewardship Today, many Christians are turning back to the puritans to, “walk in the old paths,” of God’s word, and to continue to proclaim old truth that glorifies Jesus Christ.

The book of the generation. This is the proper title of the chapter. It is the same as to say, "The account of the ancestry or family, or the genealogical table of Jesus Christ." The phrase is common in Jewish writings. Compare Ge , "This is the book of the generations of Adam," that is, the genealogical table of the family or descendants of. Synonyms for gifts include charity, donations, relief, contributions, aid, alms, handouts, largesse, philanthropy and benefaction. Find more similar words at.

excellency of our religion, that it doth not much employ men's care, pains, and time about matters of ceremonial observance; but doth chiefly (and in a manner wholly) exercise them in the works of substantial duty, agreeable to reason, per-. The first rendering of the Koran into a western language was made by the English scholar Robertus Retenensis in the twelfth century, at the instance of Peter the Venerable, Abbot.


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The nature and excellency of the duty of alms-giving.: a sermon preach'd at the parish church of St. Giles's in the Fields. Sunday Nov. 17th, on behalf of the charity-schools. The nature and excellency of the duty of alms-giving. A sermon preach'd at the parish church of Saint Giles in the Fields.

Sunday November 17th, On behalf of the charity-schools By Sir William Dawes, Baronet. Bible Commentaries Joseph Benson's Commentary of the Old and New Testaments 1st, viz., in this chapter, the nature, excellency, and necessity of inward holiness; 2d, chap.

6., that purity of intention which must direct Some are of opinion, that the precept concerning alms-giving, and gratuitous lending, is subjoined to the instances of. This Book May Also Be Regarded as a Commentary on St.

Luke. It Gives Remarkable Proof of Tertullian's Grasp of Scripture, and Proves that The Old Testament is Not Contrary to the New. It Also Abounds in Striking Expositions of Scriptural Passages, Embracing Profound Views of Revelation, in Connection with the Nature of Man.

Chapter 1. Verse 6. And having in a readiness - I am ready to punish all disobedience, notwithstanding all that is said to the contrary; see the notes on 2 Corinthians Clothed as I am with this power; aiming to subdue all things to Christ, though the weapons of my warfare are not carnal, and though I am modest or timid 2 Corinthians when I am with you, I am prepared to take any.

This book may also be regarded as a commentary on St. Luke. It gives remarkable proof of Tertullian's grasp of scripture, and proves that "The old testament is not contrary to the new." It also abounds in striking expositions of scriptural passages, embracing profound views of revelation, in connection with the nature of man.

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It is self-commended. And this duty is a great privilege. "The study of mankind is man." Oar own nature is necessarily central to all our studies. For this self-knowledge we are furnished with abundant means. The universe, as a revelation of God, is a mirror for man.

Nature, as in a book, presents us with a picture of ourselves. PAUL, having finished the subject of the duty of alms-giving in the previous chapter, enters in this on a vindication of himself from the charges of his enemies.

His general design is to vindicate his apostolic authority, and to show that he had a right. Alms giving should be done in earnest by all Christians 2.

Liberality does not impoverish men, but enrich them 3. The OT liberality of alms giving is still in effect today a) Luke“Give, and it shall be given unto you; good measure, pressed down, and shaken together, and running over, shall men give into your bosom.

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Plain it is, that a false opinion of some personal divine excellency to be in those things which either nature or art hath framed causeth always religious adoration. How strongly might this most judicious remark be turned against Hooker's own mode of vindicating this ceremony.

lxvi. It is the most pure, and spiritual, and quickest in its operations, and approacheth nearest to the nature of a spiritual faculty.(2) The primary and proper object of this sense is the most delightful trod of the most spiritual nature of any corporeal thing, and that is light (Proverbs ; Ecclesiastes ).

It is the purest and most. The great Duty of Family-Religion. Joshua As for me and my House, we will serve the Lord. THESE words contain the holy resolution of pious Joshua, who having in a most moving, affectionate discourse recounted to the Israelites what great things God had done for them, in the verse immediately preceding the text, comes to draw a proper inference from what he had.

Since his book was not written with a religious intent, it was not his duty to speak of religion; but it is always a duty not to turn men from it. We may excuse his somewhat lax and licentious opinions on some relations of life, but not his thoroughly pagan opinions on death, for a man must give over piety altogether, if he does not at least.

Better would it have been for that man if he had never been born. Both depend on the absolute will, and according to it each of them is regulated.

VII. God wills some things, so far as they are good, when absolutely considered according to their nature. Thus he wills alms-giving, and to do good to man so far as he is his creature.

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