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" Him ; for if our hearts condemn us, God is greater than our hearts, and knoweth all things. "
The sinner's tears, in meditations and prayers - Página 239
por Thomas Fettiplace - 1801
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Report of the Mildmay park conference

Mildmay conference - 1869 - 2062 páginas
...mockery of our prayers. Jesus was heard always, for He always did the things that pleased God, and " if our hearts condemn us not, then have we confidence towards God ; and whatsoever we ask we receive of Him, because we keep His commandments, and do the things that...
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Belief--what is It?: Or, The Nature of Faith as Determined by the Facts of ...

John Davidson - 1869 - 301 páginas
...and serve them" (ver. 37). It is the helping foretaste promised to the faithful by John : " Beloved, if our hearts condemn us not, then have we confidence towards God " (1 John iii. 21). Every work well done is thus to bind the life of the believer to the Object of...
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The Quiver: An Illustrated Magazine for Sunday and General Reading

1869
...silenced, or searei in another. When the conscience cannot bo appeased, appeal to the affections : " If our hearts condemn us not, then have we confidence towards God." When Peter listened only to conscience, he could only go out and weep bitterly; but when he laid bare...
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Louisa Moreton; or, Children, obey your parents in all things

Harriet Drummond - 1870
...Spirit, re1 Q proving, exhorting, condemning, or approving ; and remember what St John says : " Brethren, if our hearts condemn us, God is greater than our...condemn us not, then have we confidence towards God." Oh ! trifle not with the voice of conscience, but listen to it ere it be too late. Conscience forced...
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Advent addresses or Meditations on the four last things

Frederick Robert H.H. Noyes - 1871
...the scrutiny of our fellows what must we be in His sight before whom the very Heavens are unclean! " If our hearts condemn us God is greater than our hearts and knoweth all things." 2. Are we not hypocrites ? The secret of our fear of the judgment of our fellows is that we are not...
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What is Religion ?: A Protest Against the Spirit of the Age. A Plea for the ...

Robert Withers Memminger - 1872 - 246 páginas
...development of the consciousness of guilt, be it never so faint, and all will be changed. If our own heart condemn us, God is greater than our hearts, and knoweth all things. The soul, feeling the force of this argument, becomes uneasy ; it regards the Deity as looking upon...
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Memorial volume in connection with the life and ministry of the late rev ...

Leith Junction st. united presbyterian ch - 1873
...accept as something more than a mark of personal regard. We have it upon the highest authority that, " if our hearts condemn us not, then have we confidence towards God ;" and if a Christian minister finds that the people among whom he labours, not only do not condemn,...
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The golden chain, by the author of 'The memoir of the rev. William Marsh'.

Catherine Marsh - 1875 - 190 páginas
...imperative duty of keeping a conscience void of the slightest offence, remembering that if our heart condemn us, "God is greater than our hearts, and knoweth all things ; " and that it is not by our imperfect consciousness, but by Christ's word, that every action shall...
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Footprints left on life's journey, by F.M.S.

F M. S - 1876
...Mary rose from her knees and laid her tired head on her pillow with the words on her lips, " Beloved, if our hearts condemn us, God is greater than our hearts, and knoweth all things." In ten minutes she was asleep, with tears on her cheeks and a smile on her lips. The sun had been up...
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The Metropolitan Tabernacle Pulpit: Sermons, Partes237-248

Charles Haddon Spurgeon - 1876
...obedience with great watchfulness, so shall yon have the freedom of children towards God. " Beloved, if our hearts condemn us not, then have we confidence towards God." There is another way of losing our confidence, and that is ly getting into worldly company and mixing...
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