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The whole duty of man

The whole duty of man

laid down in a plain and familiar way for the use of all, but especially the meanest reader : divided into XVII chapters, one whereof being read every Lord"s Day, the whole may be read over thrice in the year : necessary for all families : with private devotions for several occasions

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Published by Printed by R. Norton for Edward Pawlet ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Christian life,
  • Devotional exercises

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    Other titlesPrivate devotions for several occasions ordinary and extraordinary
    SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1645:10
    ContributionsHammond, Henry, 1605-1660
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[18], 503, [9] p., [1] leaf of plates
    Number of Pages503
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18031683M

    Luke KJV And his mercy is on them that fear him from generation to generation. It is not by means of priestly interpretation of the Law, for the Preacher is not a priest. You say, "Well, what does that matter? Take it from a man who knows: your happiness lies in fearing God and keeping His commandments. But the Bible does NOT teach pacifism at all.

    It could happen; in the Henry family it did. They end up losing everything, sometimes even their life - - - and they always loose their self-respect and their honor. And the fire we kindle with our tongue cannot be extinguished. Each failed, and he reports to us faithfully the result of each of his experiments, spanning the range of human endeavors and pleasures. Seller Inventory AAV

    And that He sent His Son to die for them as well as for us, not just for we who speak English or Afrikaans or the other "civilized" languages of the world. The only conclusion we can then come to is, "We must deal with the sin in our life and become true servants of God. But we cannot assume that just because He didn't spend much time on pleasure during His ministry that He never did. Romans chapter 10, verse 17 is a good verse in connection with this thought, the fact that the Word of God is requisite to one having faith.


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The whole duty of man Download PDF Ebook

But when our thoughts are holy, then we would rather cut out our tongue, then to hurt someone with our words and actions.

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All these are necessary Duties of a Servant, which they are carefully and conscionably to perform, not so The whole duty of man book to escape the Master's Anger, as God's, who will cer- — page — tainly call every one of them to an Account, how they have behaved themselves towards their earthly Masters.

Only if you wanted deeply to find fulfillment in physical things should this conclusion make you sad. This latter is that purloining of which the Apostle warns servants, Tit. The man who wrote these words was specially emphasizing the importance of settling one's relationships to the great Creator before the coming of days when infirmities increase, and decay of natural powers sets in.

The second Sort of Faithfulness consists in the honest Management of all Things intrusted to him by his Master, the not Wasting of his Goods as the unjust Steward was accused to have done, Luke xvi.

Our whole duty to God is to work out our own salvation with fear and trembling.

Ecclesiastes 12:13

Today we hear many confessing their love for God, but their life does not display any love for their brothers or sisters. It is the concern of every man and ought to be chief and continual care. And its significance is rightly estimated. Henry says we have "A powerful inducement The whole duty of man book this.

Every person in this room-man, woman, boy, girl, angel or demon will one day stand before God and have his whole life laid open to the All-Seeing Eye. But even so, it had been much better had both been saved when they were young or had he been saved when he was young, then he never would have married this evil woman.

Ecclesiastes The whole duty of man book knew the joy of a happy life, but he had lost it because of the lust in his heart for all the things of this life. They just don't understand the meaning of this expression to fear God.

There's not one person here from myself down to the youngest child who has any reason to belief or any reason to think or any reason to know that of a certainty we will be alive in ten minutes from now. Solomon made a promise to all those who live righteously: "For God giveth to a man that is good in His sight wisdom, and knowlege, and joy: but to the sinner he giveth travail, to gather and to heap up, that he may give to him that is good before God.

The heart is the mind or soul. It's not just a choice that we make, that is, one that we have a choice on. Many no longer honor God or His Word. We cannot stop at step one of God's plan of salvation, and declare with our mouths, "We are saved.

For the end of those things is death. Christians know better, but how many of us make them our chief and continual concern? Despite poverty and persecution and many children and hard work and not enough hours in the day, he lived as though fearing God and obeying His Word mattered more than anything else.

Did you realize that? It doesn't teach that anywhere in the Scripture. As Paul revealed, we must yield our members servants to righteousness and holiness.

That's what we're talking about when we say, "Fear God. These two choices not only govern our own lives, but also our children's lives. Loving reverence is the foundation of wisdom Ps ; Pr ;as well as its content Job and its goal and conclusion.

He has not only set life and death before us, He has also set blessings and cursings.Book Microform: Microfiche: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first. Subjects: Allestree, Richard, -- -- Whole duty of man.

Whole duty of man (Allestree, Richard) More like this: Similar Items. "The Whole Duty of Man "Eccl. The book of Ecclesiastes is too often treated as either a depressing litany of the futilities of life, or a simplistic series of homilies, warning people to avoid things in life that might seem good, because they are really bad ("vain").

In sharing the truth of Christianity, Truth #1 is that God created us for HIS glory. Truth #2 is that this is, therefore, the duty of every man and woman and child—to live for the glory of God.

The whole duty of man

And the wonderful thing is that this duty is not a burden. It is freedom and joy.Our whole duty is pdf up in this and our whole comfort is bound up in this. It is the concern The whole duty of man book every man and ought to be chief and continual care. It is the common concern of all men, of their whole time.The New Whole Duty of Man | This scarce antiquarian book is a selection from Kessinger Publishing's Legacy Reprint Series.

Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages.Ebook 13,  · The sobering reminder is ebook entire focus of the book itself—fear God and keep His commandments. There must be a desire to fear God and obey Him. If the chief end of man is to glorify God and enjoy Him forever, the best way to accomplish this is by fearing Him and obeying Him.

This, according to Solomon, is the whole duty of man.