1830 BOOK OF MORMON - Original Book of Mormon Restored
... borders near the shore of the Red sea; and he travelled in the wilderness, in the borders, which was nearer the Red sea; and he did travel
in the wilderness with his family, which consisted of my mother,
sariah, and my elder brothers, which were Laman, Lemuel and sam.
And it came to pass that when h ...
3.8 MB - Mormon`s Book
... those who come unto thee that they shall perish!” And after this
manner was the language of my father in the praising of his God;
for his soul did rejoice, and his whole heart was filled, because
of the things which he had seen, yea, which the Lord had shown
And now I, Nephi, do not make a ...
... they very exceedingly surpass the nature of precious stones, and the sweetness of any honey, hear
the prophet speaking concerning them, and declaring this superiority; “More to be desired are they,”
he saith “than gold and much precious stone; sweeter are they also than honey and the honeycomb.”
Hebrews - Amador Bible Studies
... Heb 3:3, “For this reason He has been considered worthy of greater glory [honor, recognition]
than Moses, inasmuch as the builder of the house has greater honor than it.”
Heb 3:4, “You see, every house is built by the agency of someone, but the One building all
things [is] God.”
Heb 3:5, “Now on th ...
DONNE`S RECKONING WITH THE SPIRITUAL
... the term, meditations, Ignatian meditations.”3 This statement has in some way informed
the scholarly discourse over this poetry for the last fifty years. Recently, however, critics
have challenged this Jesuit connection, exploring other possible influences on Donne’s
religious verse. As we shall se ...
Genesis (Vol. 2)ã€‹(Gary H. Everett
... Genesis 11:4 — "let us make us a name" - Comments- Man chose to place his
name as an eternal memorial in Babel; but God has a different plan. The Lord
chose to place His name in Zion. Therefore, man was out of God"s will. Man was
walking after the imagination of his own heart. In fact, we see in th ...
... The Book of Proverbs and Old Testament Theology; Bruce K. Waltke
Introduction to the Book of Proverbs; author not specified
090160ã€ŠEverettâ€™s Study Notes on the Holy Scriptures â
... historical setting, literary style, and theological framework. 1] These three aspects
of introductory material will serve as an important foundation for understanding
God's message to us today from this divinely inspired book of the Holy Scriptures.
1] Someone may associate these three categories wi ...
RTF - Third Millennium Ministries
... part” of Pelagius’ letter to Demetrias “might have been written by an ancient academic;” Dr. De
Pressensй identifies the Pelagian idea of liberty with that of Paganism; and Bishop Hefele openly
declares that their fundamental doctrine, “that man is virtuous entirely of his own merit, not of the
RTF - Third Millennium Ministries
... the few notices of him found elsewhere. But the account, though short, cannot be seriously
defective. Apart from one or two episodes, it is eminently the history of a mind, and of a
singularly consistent mind, whose antecedents we can, in the main, recognise, and whose
changes of thought are few, a ...
RTF - Third Millennium Ministries
... become the means of its publication to the world; and I well know that, once issued, it can never1 be
recalled. If this shall happen, and you come to know that it is read by some others, you will, I trust,
kindly ask the readers to attend to the facts related, rather than the language in which they ...
The Messenger of God: Muhammad
... In his speeches and writings Gülen envisions a twenty-first century in which we shall witness the birth of a spiritual dynamic
that will revitalize long-dormant moral values; an age of tolerance, understanding, and international cooperation that will
ultimately lead, through intercultural dialogue a ...
6 Testimonies - Ellen White Defend
... for them, punishing their enemies, who refused to listen to
His word, with total destruction. p. 9, Para. 2, [6T].
God desired to take His people apart from the world and
prepare them to receive His word. From Egypt He led them to
Mount Sinai, where He revealed to them His glory. Here was
nothing to ...
Sermons of Jonathan Edwards
... slippery places is every moment liable to fall, he cannot foresee one moment whether he shall
stand or fall the next; and when he does fall, he falls at once without warning: Which is also
expressed in Psalm 73:18,19. "Surely thou didst set them in slippery places; thou castedst them
down into destr ...
... Bible would invent a dreadful doctrine like Calvinism, which would have us
believe it is an act of ‘grace’ to select only certain people for heaven and, by
exclusion, others for hell, comes perilously close to blasphemy. And that is
why I congratulate Dave Hunt for writing this excellent clarificati ...
Lectionary A - Saint Mary of the Angels Anglican Church
... 17 His Name shall endure for ever; his Name shall remain
under the sun among the posterities, which shall be
blessed in him; * and all the nations shall praise him.
18 Blessed be the Lord GOD, even the God of Israel,
* which only does wondrous things;
19 And blessed be the Name of his majesty for ev ...
Question 1: What is the chief and highest end of man
... 35. For there are three that bear record in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy Ghost: and these three are one. 1
John 5:7, And Jesus, when he was baptized, went up straightway out of the water: and, lo, the heavens were opened unto
him, and he saw the Spirit of God descending like a dove, an ...
... Here we have the laws concerning the burnt-offerings, which were of the flock or
of the fowls. Those of the middle rank, that could not well afford to offer a bullock,
would bring a sheep or a goat and those that were not able to do that should be
accepted of God if they brought a turtle-dove or a p ...
1 - Baha`i Library Online
... whereupon he begged of the animals, one after another, to carry him in, that he might speak to Adam and his wife; but they all
refused him except the serpent, who took him between two of his teeth, and so introduced him. They add that the serpent was then
of a beautiful form, and not in the shape he ...
Some Observations on Clement of Alexandria, Stromata, Book Five
... For if we know God by nature, as Basilides contends when he calls the excellent
intellection faith as well as kingdom and <. . .> and interprets it as the creation of
substance worthy of being near to the Creator, then he says that faith is essence
(Codex Laurentianus V 3) ἐξαιρέτως, which had been ...
Special Testimonies Series B, Nos. 1-19 SpTB01
... world in clear, distinct lines the need of obeying this law. Obedience to God’s law is the greatest
incentive to industry, economy, truthfulness, and just dealing between man and man.
The law of God is to be the means of education in the family. Parents are under a most
solemn obligation to obey thi ...
The Messenger of God - Muhammad - An Analysis of the Prophet`s Life
... Muhammad's Message Embraces Humanity and Jinn
Since Prophet Muhammad came with a sacred Law that will never be
abrogated, a Message that embraces humanity and jinn, and has hundreds of miracles excelling those of all other Prophets, he is the head of
all Prophets. Therefore, he has the core of all t ...
one hundred and seventy bible lessons or sermon outlines
... saved and on the way to glory when they are on the way to eternal perdition.
Satan is very tricky, a very dangerous deadly enemy.
What is the Christian’s part in this great redemptive work of the Father, the Son, and the
Holy Spirit? For we preach not ourselves, but Christ Jesus the Lord; and oursel ...
Vol. 1 - 查經資料大全
... Note a devotional correspondency. In Hebrews 13:18 , the writer of this Epistle
says, "Pray for us." In his other Epistles we find Paul, more than once, making a
similar request; but no other Epistle-writer is placed on record as soliciting prayer!
Finally, it is to be noted that Timothy was the co ...
T_SIrnAH En WT
... and led them to a state of true repose. Thus, then, they tell us that the AEons were constituted
equal to each other in form and sentiment, so that all became as Nous, and Logos, and
Anthropos, and Christus. The female AEons, too, became all as Aletheia, and Zoe, and Spiritus,
and Ecclesia. Everythi ...
Jews as the chosen people
In Judaism, ""chosenness"" is the belief that the Jews, via descent from the ancient Israelites, are the chosen people, i.e. chosen to be in a covenant with God. The idea of the Israelites being chosen by God is found most directly in the Book of Deuteronomy as the verb bahar (בָּחַ֣ר (Hebrew)), and is alluded to elsewhere in the Hebrew Bible using other terms such as ""holy people"". Much is written about these topics in rabbinic literature. The three largest Jewish denominations— Orthodox Judaism, Conservative Judaism and Reform Judaism—maintain the belief that the Jews have been chosen by God for a purpose. Sometimes this choice is seen as charging the Jewish people with a specific mission — to be a light unto the nations, and to exemplify the covenant with God as described in the Torah.This view, however, did not preclude a belief that God has a relationship with other peoples — rather, Judaism held that God had entered into a covenant with all humankind, and that Jews and non-Jews alike have a relationship with God. Biblical references as well as rabbinic literature support this view: Moses refers to the ""God of the spirits of all flesh"" (Numbers 27:16), and the Tanakh (Hebrew Bible) also identifies prophets outside the community of Israel. Based on these statements, some rabbis theorized that, in the words of Nethanel ibn Fayyumi, a Yemenite Jewish theologian of the 12th century, ""God permitted to every people something he forbade to others...[and] God sends a prophet to every people according to their own language.""(Levine, 1907/1966) The Mishnah states that ""Humanity was produced from one man, Adam, to show God's greatness. When a man mints a coin in a press, each coin is identical. But when the King of Kings, the Holy One, blessed be He, creates people in the form of Adam not one is similar to any other."" (Mishnah Sanhedrin 4:5) The Mishnah continues, and states that anyone who kills or saves a single human, not Jewish, life, has done the same (save or kill) to an entire world. The Tosefta, a collection of important post-Talmudic discourses, also states: ""Righteous people of all nations have a share in the world to come"" (Sanhedrin 105a).According to the Israel Democracy Institute, approximately two thirds of Israeli Jews believe that Jews are the ""chosen people"".