The reformed pastor, abridged by S. Palmer

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Page 105 - ARISE and work while it is day, for the night cometh wherein no man can work, says our Saviour Himself.
Page 211 - Wherefore I take you to record this day, that I am pure from the blood of all men. For I have not shunned to declare unto you all the counsel of God.
Page 207 - What hadft thou done for the faving of that foul before it left the body ? There is one more gone into eternity ; what didft thou do to prepare him for it...
Page 7 - Verily, it is the common danger and calamity of the Church, to have unregenerate and inexperienced Pastors; and to have so many men become preachers, before they are Christians ; to be sanctified by dedication to the altar as God's priests, before they are sanctified by hearty dedication to Christ as his disciples; and so to worship an unknown God, and to preach an unknown Christ...
Page 25 - ... be most in their ears. I confess I must speak it by lamentable experience, that I publish to my flock the distempers of my own soul. When I let my heart grow cold, my preaching is cold; and when it is confused, my preaching is confused ; and so I can often observe also in the best of my hearers, that when I have grown cold in preaching, they have grown cold too; and the next prayers which I have heard from them have been too like my preaching.
Page 207 - Him ; for if our hearts condemn us, God is greater than our hearts, and knoweth all things.
Page 105 - I have fought a good fight, I have finifhed my courfe, I have kept the faith. Henceforth there is laid up for me a crown of righteoufnefs, which the Lord the righteous Judge (hall give me at that day : and not to me only, but unto all them alfb that love his appearing.
Page xviii - If we fay that we have no fin, we deceive ourfelves, and the truth is not in us: But if we confefs our fins, He is faithful and juft to forgive us our fins, and to cleanfe us from all unrighteoufnefs.
Page 137 - We ought to throw by all the libraries in the world, rather than be guilty of the loss of one soul. It is objected, II. " The people will not submit to it," If some will not, others will.
Page 46 - I deny — but let us hear the wife man's reafoning upon it — -for that is the end of all men, and the living will lay it to his heart...

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