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" To fight the good fight of faith, and lay hold upon eternal life." " To serve God acceptably, with reverence and godly fear." " To be steadfast, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, forasmuch as we know that our labour is not in vain... "
Sermons on Select Subjects - Page 199
by Lewis Atterbury - 1743 - 436 pages
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 76, Part 2; Volume 100

Early English newspapers - 1806 - 790 pages
...doctrine of Predefiination: Why, is the Liturgy enjoined, and wherefore do we employ it? " forasmuch as we know, that our labour is not in vain in the Lord." — This principle is implied in the fcriptuial quotation, which ftands firft and foremoft in...
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The whole works of ... sir William Dawes [ed. by J. Wilford].

sir William Dawes (3rd bart, abp. of York.) - 1733 - 504 pages
...advifeth, iCr. 15. make us ftedfa^ unpioveable, always a581 bounding in the work of the Lord, forafmuch as we know that ou,r labour is not in vain in the Lord, *tW^ SERMON XL Preach'd at Warrington, in Lamajhire, June 7. 1709. The much greater BlefTednefs...
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Sermons on select subjects, publ. by E. Yardley, Volume 1

Lewis Atterbury - 1743 - 456 pages
...unmoveable, always abounding in the Work of the Lord, forafmuch as ime know that our Labour is not in "jam in the Lord. Let us refolve to be ftedfaft in our...Practice of a virtuous and holy Life ; this is to be perfect :, as our Father in Heaven is perfeffi, ie to approach as near towards Perfection, and to tranfcribe...
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Sermons Upon the Following Subjects: The Natural Advantages of Men for ...

John Orr - Sermons, English - 1750 - 424 pages
...eternal Life, be i Cor. m.Jledfaft, tmmweable, always aobunding in the 5 ' Work of the Lord, forafmucb as -we know that our Labour is not in vain in the Lord. But here, I know, fome may be ready to object againft the Propriety of urging the Confideration...
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The Works of the Most Reverend John Tillotson, Lord Archbishop of ..., Volume 5

John Tillotson - Sermons, English - 1757 - 482 pages
...profeffion and practice of our religion) but " abound" ing likewife in the work of the LORD ; forafmuch. " as we know, that our labour is not in vain in the " LORD." Every degree of diligence and irxhiftry, in the work and fervice of GOD, will moft certainly...
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A System: Containing, the Principles of the Christian Religion, Suitable to ...

Lambertus De Ronde - Heidelberger Katechismus - 1763 - 224 pages
...; make all thy Servants ftedfaft unmovable, always abounding in the Works of the Lord, for as much, as we know, that our Labour is not in vain in the Lord, who 5s worthy to receive, all Praife and Glory for ever, Amen. To To the READER. ESPECIALLY 70...
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Sermons on several subject and occasions, Volume 2

Benjamin Clement - 1774 - 294 pages
...this Purpofe to keftedfaft and unmoveable, and always abounding in the Work of the Lord, forafmuch as we know that our Labour is not in vain in the Lord. SER., MB...SERMON XIII. HEBREWS ix. 27. // is appointed unto Men once to die. Parallel drawn...
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Poems and Essays, Volume 1

Miss Bowdler (Jane) - English essays - 1787 - 274 pages
...immoveable, while we have the moft powerful and comfortable motives to induce us to be fo; — forafmuch as we know that our " labour is not in vain in the Lord." We know that we mall conquer, if we faint not; that if we are faithful unto death, He will give...
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Sermons

George Lyon - Bible - 1794 - 424 pages
...enjoined to be itedfaft and immov cable, but alfo to " abound always in the work of the Lord ; foraf" much as we know, that our labour is not in vain •' in the Lord." - In In difcourfing on thefe words, I fhall endeavour, by Divine afliftance, Firjl, To fhow...
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Sacred Biography Or: The History of the Patriarchs, to which is Added, the ...

Henry Hunter - Bible - 1794 - 508 pages
...Let us, therefore, " be ftedfaft, unmoveable, always abounding in the work of the Lord ; forafinuch as we know that our labour is not in vain in the Lord."f * Rev. xxi. 23, 24, 2. fi Cor. xv. 58. Hiftory Hiftory of Mofes, LECTURE XIV. EXODUS xvii....
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