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The modest Christian"s duty, as to indifferent things in the worship of God
Microfilm. Woodbridge, CT Research Publications, Inc., 1985. 1 reel ; 35mm. (The Eighteenth Century ; reel 982, no. 61).
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The modest Christian's duty, as to indifferent things in the worship of God: a sermon preached before the Lord Mayor, at Guild-Hall Chapel, on Sunday, October Every generation of Christians faces the need to decide just what beliefs and behavior are morally mandated of all believers, and what beliefs and behavior may be left to the individual believer’s conscience.
The distinction is rooted in Scripture: for example, the practice of certain kinds of behavior guarantees that a person will not inherit the kingdom of God (1 Cor –10), but other If we are indifferent to whether we do a good deed cheerfully, we are indifferent to what pleases God.
And what pleases God is when we delight to give. Therefore, it The modest Christians duty very essential that we be Christian Hedonists on the horizontal level, in our relationships with each other, and always pursue the joy of First Peter chapter 4 is our text for the message tonight.
First Peter chapter 4 and verses 7 through Let me read them to you as the setting for what the Spirit of God will teach us :// In the famous Letter of Pliny to Trajan (written between a. and a. ), where the worship of the Christians is described, we read; “they are used to meet before dawn on a stated day, and to chant (carmen dicere) to Christ, as to a God, alternately together (secum invicem).” See 1.
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This in turn builds maturity and charity in us. Spurgeon also said, 'As we grow in grace, we are sure to grow in charity, sympathy, and love. We shall, as we ripen in grace, have greater sweetness towards our fellow Christians.' A man who has never enjoyed beautiful things in the company of a woman whom he loved has not experienced to the full the magic power of which such things are capable.
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Unfortunately, as Christians we are often indifferent to the purposes that God has in suffering both in us and in those around us. Too many of us are often especially ignorant or apathetic regarding God’s purpose for us as a testimony to the angels who observe the church, both the good and the fallen angels as seen in the book of Job (cf.
Job Chapter 2. The apostle here directs Titus about the faithful discharge of his own office generally (), and particularly as to several sorts of persons and gives the grounds of these and of other following directions (), with a summary direction in the close ().Verses Here is the third thing in the matter of the epistle.
In the chapter foregoing, the apostle had directed Titus about Verse 7 specifies certain things that have no part in the Christian life. These are things associated with the evils of the night. Drunkenness serves as a prime example of how the unsaved live.
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