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Some motives purely Christian to alms-deeds
Newcome, Henry Rector of Middleton, Lancashire.
1711 by printed for John Wyat; and William Clayton in Manchester in London .
Written in English
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1986. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 5321, no. 5).
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Rector of Middleton in Lancashire. Get this from a library. Some motives purely Christian to alms-deeds: recommended in a sermon preach'd before the Lord Bishop of Chester, and the clergy at their anniversary meeting at Warrington, on June 5th By Henry Newcome.
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Excerpt from An Homily of Alms-Deeds, and Mercifulness: Toward the Poor and Needy Secondly, 'how profitable it is for us to use them, and what commodity and fruit they will bring unto us.
Thirdly and lastly, I will show out of God's word, that whoso is liberal to the poor, and relieveth' them plenteously, shall notwithstanding have sufficient Author: Unknown Author. The book of Acts is a powerful example. Luke wrote the book of Acts, which is a chronicle of the labors of Peter and Paul as the gospel goes from Jerusalem to the entire world.
The accuracy of Acts is such that no human could have been so accurate, except. The godly are in some sense already blessed * 4. Blessed are the poor in spirit * 5.
The poor in spirit are enriched with a kingdom * 6. Blessed are they that mourn * 7. Sundry sharp reproofs * 8. Motives to holy mourning * 9. The hindrances to mourning * Some helps to mourning * The comforts belonging to mourners * Christian.
Of the supernatural motives mentioned above, some are most perfect and excellence, because founded in charity, or the pure love of God for himself alone; as when we are sorry for our sins; purely because by them we have offended so good a God, whom we love above all things, without any attention to the evils sin brings upon ourselves.
THE CONJUNCTION OF ALMS DEEDS WITH PRAYER. Cornelius joined them, and he is therefore commended for "a devout man and one that feared God," and God graciously accepted them. Therefore our Saviour (Matthew ) joins the precepts of alms and prayer was also the ordinance of the Church in the apostles' times, that the first day of the week, which was the time of public prayer.
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and then confirming the word of the first preachers of the Christian faith. To this book. When God lifts a soul to this prayer, and also to some extent in preparation and expectancy of this elevation, the will acts, by a placing of itself (remise) in the hands of God, and even continues to act, though insensibly: hence the soul is not purely passive, but the action of God is so mighty, and so far beyond all proportion to that of the.
Out of Christ all our alms-deeds are but the fruit of the wild olive; they are not good works, but dead works. For Christ: for His sake, that you may testify your love to Him. Love mellows and ripens our alms-deeds, it makes them a precious perfume to God.
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This high and tremendous attribute, being an ocean that has neither bank nor bottom, may not be lightly launched into by any, however strongly built and well manned, much less by so weak a vessel, without a divine compose, and an anchor within the veil.
Further, they await the day of judgment and the reward of God following the resurrection of the dead. For this reason, they highly esteem an upright life and worship God, especially by way of prayer, alms-deeds, and fasting.” “Over the centuries many quarrels and dissensions have arisen between Christians and Muslims.
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Facsimile PDF small: and for expiation had recourse to acts of devotion and alms-deeds. For he had likewise a world of religion; so much religion, that when fire had seized the great Hall of the Palace, full of wealth and rich.
Then (meaning under the law) there were organs by which songs of praise were offered up to God; But now in the stead of organs we make use of the body, for now we sing not only with the tongue but with the eyes, the hands, the feet and the ears: For if any one of these members do these things which bring praise and glory to God, for instance.
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A sacrifice to God is an afflicted spirit; a contrite and humble heart, O God, thou wilt not despise.
(Ps. L., ) According to the teaching of St. Thomas there are three ways of doing penance, namely, fasting, prayer, and alms-deeds—either corporal or spiritual. The Project Gutenberg EBook of Professor W. Elmslie, D.D.:Memoir and Sermons, by William Gray Elmslie This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere in the United States and most other parts of the world at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever.
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And first, to take my rise from the Apostles' time, there are many learned interpreters, who hold that baptism for the dead, of which the Apostle speaks,  to be meant only of the much fasting, prayer, alms-deeds, and other voluntary afflictions, which the first Christians undertook for the.
The Greek Christian tradition of charity, as selfless love and as acts of alms deeds, was established by the great Church fathers of the fourth century. To possess and practice charity is to imitate God, who is absolute and who has manifested love.
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FASTING AND ALMS-DEEDS SHOULD BE JOINED TO PRAYER These prayers being for matters of the purely natural.