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Craig L. Adams
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Divine Protection
Oh troubled soul, why thus complain? Why thus great Providence arraign? Poor, feeble heart! Thy troubles still. And hide thyself in God's great will. I know, it is thy trying hour; Temptations throng with threatening power; And many are the griefs that shro...
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Guard Against the Habits of Unbelief
Those, who are in assurance of faith, or who are aiming at and approximating that state, should guard against the influence of former habits of unbelief. The fact, that they have given themselves wholly to God, and that he has promised to accept them, and t...
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Assurance and Consecration
Whatever may be true in regard to the lower degrees of religious faith, we may regard it as a fixed principle, that there can be no such thing as assurance of faith, without the antecedent existence of personal and entire consecration. Assurance of faith, a...
Assurance and Consecration
Assurance and Consecration
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Examples of Assurance of Faith
It is a matter of gratitude, that some persons have recognized the
responsibility, which rests upon them; and have been enabled, under the
divine influence and blessing, to become what they felt that they ought
to be. It would not be difficult to enumera...
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Assurance and Appropriating Faith
The experience of assurance of faith involves the experience of appropriating faith. Appropriation may exist without assurance; but, such is the relation of ideas and doctrines in the two cases, that assurance cannot exist without appropriation. The person ...
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The Assurance of Faith
We have already had occasion to make the remark, that there are different degrees of faith. In some cases faith is feeble, so much so as scarcely to be a distinct subject of notice in our consciousness. In other cases, existing with increased strength in gr...
The Assurance of Faith
The Assurance of Faith
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Love and Justice
They tell us, we must first do right, And not leave JUSTICE out of sight. We answer, look below, above; and what is justice but to LOVE? God's law is full of righteousness All truth, all justice; nothing less; So just, it fills the world with awe; And yet '...
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God and Nothing
We conquer ill and all distress, By sinking into Nothingness; For in our Nothing we are such, That nothing can our Nothing touch. Our enemies their arms prepare; They smite, but find us empty air; For when we see the lifted rod, We leave ourselves, and hide...
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The Place of Refuge
"A man shall be as an hiding place from the wind, and a covert from the tempest." — Ia 32. 2. The clouds are gathering in the distant sky; I hear the fiercely muttering thunders roll; Terrors invade my breast; my trembling soul Looks forth around, but sees ...
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The Ruler of the Nations
"The nations shall rush like the rushing of many waters; but God shall rebuke them, and they shall flee far off and shall be chased as the chaff of the mountains before the wind, and like a rolling thing before the whirlwind." — Is. 17.13. There is a God, w...
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