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Reformation the great duty of an afflicted people.
|Statement||By Samuel Willard, teacher of the said church. ; [Four lines from Zechariah]|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 713.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||76|
Scripture reveals that the great business of life is to glorify God by enjoying Him forever. In this paradigm-shattering classic, newly revised and expanded, John Piper reveals that the debate between duty and delight doesn't truly exist: Delight is our duty. Readers will embark on a dramatically different and joyful experience of their faith. A modern manual of true spirituality.—R. C. Beginning with the reformation under king Josiah in 2 Kings , Marshall shows that the idea of reformation is simply a nickname for zealous and unwavering biblical sanctification. King Josiah found great success in all he did to overthrow the idolatry and false worship of the nation once he read God’s instructions for holiness out of.
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the afflicted people] The Heb. words for poor or afflicted and for humble are closely connected; and as afflicted is here contrasted with haughty, it may be understood to mean those who through the discipline of suffering have learnt humility. Cp. Historian Sydney E. Ahlstrom identified a "great international Protestant upheaval" that created Pietism in Germany and Scandinavia, the Evangelical Revival, and Methodism in England, And the First Great Awakening in the American colonies. This powerful grass-roots evangelical movement shifted the emphasis from formality to inner piety. In Germany it was partly a continuation of mysticism that.
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Reformation the great duty of an afflicted people: Setting forth the sin and danger there is in neglecting of it, under the continued and repeated judgments of God.: Being the substance of what was preached on a solemn day of humiliation kept by the Third Gathered Church in. Reformation the great duty of an afflicted people.: Setting forth the sin and danger there is in neglecting of it, under the continued and repeated judgments of God.: Being the substance of what was preached on a solemn day of humiliation kept by the Third Gathered Church in.
Reformation the great duty of an afflicted people. Setting forth the sin and danger there is in neglecting of it, under the continued and repeated judgments of God.: Being the substance of what was preached on a solemn day of humiliation kept by the Third Gathered Church in.
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Willard, Samuel, Reformation the great duty of an afflicted people. Setting forth the sin and danger there is in neglecting of it, under the continued and repeated judgments of God.
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