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Religion to be minded, under the greatest perils of life
|Series||Eighteenth century -- reel 4417, no. 09.|
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|Number of Pages||29|
Herein consists the life of this grace and duty. To be heavenly minded, — that is, to mind the things of heaven, — and to be spiritually minded, is all one; or it is the effect of being spiritually minded as unto its original and essence, or the first proper actings of it. It is the cause of it . How the relentless promotion of positive thinking has undermined America. The following is a promotional announcement for a book that, while written from a secular perspective, deals with a topic that is also addressed in many entries throughout the Apologetics Index web site: positive thinking. The Distinctiveness of Religion in American Law: Rethinking Religion Clause Jurisprudence Kathleen A. Brady (Cambridge University Press, ) The Vocation of the Child Patrick M. Brennan (William B. Eerdmans, ) In recent decades, religion's traditional distinctiveness under the First Amendment has been challenged by courts and scholars. Weekday Religion. by J. R. Miller, 1. What Is Your Life 2. Getting Help from the Bible 3. Practical Consecration 4. How to Live a Beautiful Christian Life 5. The Cure for Care 6. Glimpses at Life’s Windows 7. The Marriage Altar, and after 8. Religion in the Home 9. The Ministry of Sorrow As unto the Lord Humility and.
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Religion to be minded, under the greatest perils of life: a sermon on Psal. CXIX. containing a word in season to soldiers: preach'd on April 6.
being the Lord's-day, before muster of a number of soldiers in the North-parish in Danvers, who had enlisted in the publick service of the king and country, in the intended expedition. Religion to Be Minded, Under the Greatest Perils of Life.
a Sermon on Psal. CXIX. Containing a Word in Season to Soldiers. Preach'd on April 6. by Professor Peter Clark starting at $ Religion to Be Minded, Under the Greatest Perils of Life. a Sermon on Psal. CXIX. Containing a Word in Season to Soldiers.
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