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There is in the Hebrew , but a metathesis of a letter between the word that
signifies a love of will and desire ( ang is so to love ) , and that which denotes a
love of rest and acquiescency ( which is , iax ) and both are applied to God . He
Sense of want, is the spring of desire; natural of natural, spiritual of spiritual.
Without this sense given by the Holy Ghost, there is neither desire nor prayer. - - -
(2dly). The expressions, or the words of such persons, come exceeding short of
In return hereunto , for the carrying on of the communion between them , the
saints delight in Christ ; he is their joy , their crown , their rejoicing , their life , food
, health , strength , desire , righteousness , salvation , blessedness ; without him ...
Fear not Abraham : I am thy shield , and thy exceeding great reward . ' What now
could his soul more desire ? alas , he cries ( as . Reuben afterward upon the loss
of Joseph ) the child is not and whither shall I go ? ver . 2 . • Lord God what wilt ...
their delight and desirable one , the person of their desiré . ... of which before ,
here she expresseth her delight in it , and desire of the continuance of it ; and
therefore , following on the allusion formerly insisted on , she speaks as one
would do ...
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Despite his other achievements, Owen is best famed for his writings. These cover the range of doctrinal, ecclesiastical and practical subjects. They are characterized by profundity, thoroughness and ... Vollständige Rezension lesen
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This is possibly my favorite book in the world after the holy bible. Nowhere else have I found a more sincere, heartwrenching love for Jesus Christ with, again, the exception of the bible. John Owen's ... Vollständige Rezension lesen