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" 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. "
The Reformed Pastor: A Discourse on the Pastoral Office. Designed ... - Página 152
de Richard Baxter - 1766 - 255 páginas
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A reprint of the discipline of the Methodist Episcopal Church for 1787

Methodist Episcopal Church - 1787 - 44 páginas
...need; and never be idle or triflingly employed. But, 4. If you can do but one, let your Studies alone. I would 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...
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The doctrines and discipline of the Methodist episcopal Church in America ...

Thomas Coke - 1798
...be idle, or triftingly employed." But, 4. If you can do but one, let your ftudies alone. We ought to throw by all the libraries in the world, rather than be guilty of the lofs of one foul. fpecial work, Tale heed to yoarfelves, and to all the jtock : 3. Our dodlrine, Repentance...
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The reformed pastor, abridged by S. Palmer

Richard Baxter - 1808
...if there were fuch a cafe of neceffity, that we could not read or ftudy for ourfelves, and inftruct the ignorant too, I would throw by all the libraries...rather than be guilty of the perdition of one foul: at lead I know that this would be my duty. III. It will be objected by many, " This courfe will deftroy...
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The Reformed Pastor: A Discourse on the Pastoral Office : to which is Added ...

Richard Baxter - 1808 - 238 páginas
...if there were fuch a cafe of neceffity, that we could not read or ftudy for ourfelves, and inftruct the ignorant too, I would throw by all the libraries in the world rather than be guilty of What Recreations neceflary; Part II. of the perdition of one foul : at leaft I know that this would...
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The Works of the Rev. John Wesley, Volumen 6

John Wesley - 1810
...you can do but one, either follow your studies, or instruct the ignof rant; let your studies alone : I would throw by all the libraries in the world, rather than be guilty of the perdition of one soul. It is objected, 2. " The people will not submit to it." If some do not, others will gladly :...
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The Reformed Pastor

Richard Baxter - 1899 - 311 páginas
...necessity, that we could not carry on further studies, and instruct the ignorant too, I would throw aside all the libraries in the world, rather than be guilty of the perdition of one soul ; or at least, I know that this would be my duty. Objection 4. But this course will destroy the...
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The Reformed Pastor by R. Baxter

Richard Baxter - 1829 - 296 páginas
...necessity, that we could not carry on further studies, and instruct the ignorant too, I would throw aside all the libraries in the world, rather than be guilty of the perdition of one soul ; or at least, I know that this would be my duty. Objection 3. But this course will destroy the...
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Discipline of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Methodist Episcopal Church - 1840
...be idle, or triflingly employed." But, 4. If you can do but one, let your studies alone. 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...
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The practical works of ... Richard Baxter, with a life of the author and a ...

Richard Baxter - 1830
...necessity, that we could not read for ourselves in the course of our further studies, and instruct the ignorant too, I would throw by all the libraries...world, rather than be guilty of the perdition of one soul ; at least I know this is my duty. Object. 2. ' But this course will destroy the health of our...
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History of the Discipline of the Methodist Episcopal Church

Robert Emory - 1845 - 364 páginas
...and never be idle, or triflingly employed. But, 4. If you can do but one, let ynnr studies alone. We3 would throw by all the libraries in the world, rather than be guilty of the loss of one soul. [" I allow, in some of the country circuits, where you have only a day to spend in...
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