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The terrors of death, and the consolations of faith, or The substance of two discourses
|Statement||By James Miltimore, A.M. Pastor of said church.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 29085.|
|Contributions||Miltimore, James, 1755-1836.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||52|
I presented the substance of this tract in two discourses on the Stockton camp ground. Those who heard the discourses, requested that it might be published, so that they could have the reading of it. As the subject is one on which there is some controversy, I thought our publishers would not wish to print. Although this little book (which is called “discourses,” not sermons, because its author does not have authority topreach, “upbuilding³ discourses,” not discourses for upbuilding,⁴ because the speaker by no means claims to be ateacher⁵) wishes to be only what it is, a superfluity, and desires only to remain in hiding, just as it came into existence in concealment, I nevertheless.
The consolations of God. I. The substance and character of God’s consolations. In their substance they are true, solid, strong, everlasting, and are set in love. The character of these consolations reaches as high a standard as their substance. Consolations, to be effectual, must . An essay on, the consolations of God; whereof, a man whom his mother comforteth, receives a shadow; and all the children of God, enjoy the substance. Made on the death of Mrs. Maria Mather, the consort of the Reverend Dr. Increase Mather, and the daughter of .
2. The hope which the righteous have in their death. If Job had not had a good conscience, he could not have spoken with this assurance of comfort on the other side death, which turns the tables between the rich man and Lazarus. Now he is comforted, and thou art tormented. IV. He challenges death . Rhetoric & Public Affairs () In his preface Bruce Lincoln, a professor of religion and a prize-winning scholar at the University of Chicago, describes Holy Terrors as his "attempt.
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The terrors of death, and the consolations of faith, or, The substance of two discourses, preached in the Congregational Church, at Sratham sic, Decem Being the Lord's Day after the interment of Mrs.
Boardman, Mrs. Wiggin, and Miss Smith. This book, "The terrors of death and the consolations of faith", by James Miltimore, is a Author: James Miltimore. The terrors of death, and the consolations of faith, or, The substance of two discourses, preached in the Congregational Church, at Sratham [sic], Decem being the Lord's Day after the interment of Mrs.
Boardman, Mrs. Wiggin, and Miss Smith by Miltimore, James, The terrors of death, and The terrors of death consolations of faith, or The substance of two discourses: preached in the Congregational Church, at Sratham [sic], Decem Being the Lord's Day after the interment of Mrs.
Boardman, Mrs. Wiggin, and Miss Smith.: And published by request. The terrors of death, and the consolations of faith, or The substance of two discourses by James Miltimore 1 edition - first published in Not in Library. The righteous, in death, enjoy, more or less, the consolations of an approving conscience, of the sweets of the love of God, and the kind supports of an Almighty Saviour's hand.
But the wicked die as criminals by the hand of justice, their guilt is unpardoned, and this gives death its sting; they have no Almighty friend in death, but Jesus, who.
LECTURES ON FAITH. Prepared under the Direction of the Prophet Joseph Smith Delivered to the School of the Prophets in Kirtland, Ohio, Deseret Book Company Salt Lake Cit. DEATH AND HEAVEN. By Gardiner Spring.
A Sermon Preached at Newark, at the Interment of the Rev. Edward D. Griffin, on the 10th of November, "For we know that if our earthly house of this tabernacle were dissolved, we have a building of God, a house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens" 2 Corinthians Ultimately, he rejected Boethian consolations of philosophy and Biblical fortifications of faith in favor of the simple worldview of the Russian rustic, whose honest acceptance of death bore the wisdom of ages.
Tolstoy upheld that the uneducated, underestimated poor were the. That day when thou didst see thy two sons ride forth from home joint consuls, followed by a train of senators, and welcomed by the good-will of the people; when these two sat in curule chairs in the Senate-house, and thou by thy panegyric on the king didst earn the fame of eloquence and ability; when in the Circus, seated between the two.
History. Kierkegaard published Eighteen Upbuilding Discourses between the years and as well as a number of pseudonymous books. His category from Either/Or is to choose and his category from his discourses is the "single individual".
He has let the reader know that he or she should pay attention to the prefaces in his works and has one in this book which speaks about "meaning" and the. Since reading The Consolations Of Philosophy and Status Anxiety by Alain de Botton, I've been on the look out for more of his books.
In Chicago on business a few weeks ago, I managed to find a copy of On Love used for about $7 (and a rare copy of The True Believer 4/5(2K).
A DEATH OF ONE'S OWN, by Gerda Lerner, New York: Simon and Schuster,pages, hard cover, $, ISBN Reviewed by Tenie Libermnn, St. Louis. Most fundamentally, faith in Christ brings freedom from sin, death, curse, and wrath in the conscience, and hence from the condemnation of the Law.
The Christian is by faith freed from the Law, both in terms of seeking absolution through works of the Law, and also from the curse of the Law revealed against sin. The knight of faith is an individual who has placed complete faith in himself and in God and can act freely and independently from the world.
The 19th-century Danish philosopher Søren Kierkegaard vicariously discusses the knight of faith in several of his pseudonymic works, with the most in-depth and detailed critique exposited in Fear and Trembling and in Repetition.
page 6 I was led to reflection on this subject, not only by my acquaintance with the present state of the world, and the movements and powers which seem new to many, but because this text, written by Isaiah so many centuries since, and copied by Nephi ages before the birth of Jesus Christ, seemed as appropriate, and as directly adapted to the present state of things, as if written but.
The Joseph Smith Translation further clarifies Paul by using the word assurance instead of substance. Hence, "faith is the assurance which men have of the existence of things which they have not seen" (Lectures on Faith ). This assurance becomes a witness or evidence-not to the world, but to the individual-that the hope or belief is true.
Fear and Trembling (original Danish title: Frygt og Bæven) is an influential philosophical work by Søren Kierkegaard, published in under the pseudonym Johannes de silentio (John of the Silence).The title is a reference to a line from Philippians" continue to work out your salvation with fear and trembling." — itself a probable reference to Psalms "Fear and trembling.
God, by his terrors, fought against him. As he had no comfort when he retired inward into his own bosom, so he had none when he looked upward towards Heaven. He that used to be encouraged with the consolations of God not only wanted those, but was amazed with the terrors of God. III. The Book of Mormon: Jesus was to be born in Jerusalem.
—Alma Bible: Jesus was begotten by holy spirit. —Matthew Journal of Discourses: Jesus was not begotten by holy spirit. He was begotten in the flesh by Adam’s having intercourse with Mary.
—Journal of Discourses, Volume I, pages Bible: New Jerusalem to be in heaven. Articles of Faith The Book of Mormon. President Gordon B.
Hinckley said: “I thank the Almighty for my testimony of the Book of Mormon, this wonderful companion to the Holy Bible. The test of the book is in its reading. I speak as one who has read it again and again and tasted of.
Small consolations. Two blocks from Tariq bin Abdul-Aziz’s house, he unconsciously slowed, not wanting to hear the decision. Reflecting on what had brought him to this point. Without even realizing it, he drove past the house, seeing one of the four garage doors open, an SUV with the rear hatch raised in front of it, the lights on inside.The two works differ also in substance and manner.
Whereas The Prince is mostly concerned with princes—particularly new princes—and is short, easy to read, and, according to many, dangerously wicked, the Discourses on Livy is a “reasoning” that is long, difficult, and full of advice on how to preserve republics.A treatise of faith, divided into two parts: the first shewing the nature, The second, the life of faith: Both tending to 3rd ed.
Read online. Barrow, Isaac. A treatise of the pope's supremacy: to which is added a discourse concerning the unity of the church. Read online. Bates, William.