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Bøker Bok 110 av 20Who art thou that judgest another? To his own master he standeth or
" Who art thou that judgest another? To his own master he standeth or "
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1863
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A Collection of Essays and Tracts in Theology, from Various Authors,with ...

Jared Sparks - 1824
...tar, admonish not to speak evil of another; and with a well adapted degree of indignation, inquire, “who art thou that judgest another? to his own master he' standeth or falleth ?“ Is not this conduct inverting the criterion of our Saviour, teaching us, not to judge...
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Apology for the modern theology of Protestant Germany, or a review of ...

Karl Gottlieb Bretschneider, Hugh James Rose - 1827
...who is our Master and Mr. Rose's, and his friend's, has said, "Judge not! condemn not!" Paul writes, "Who art thou that judgest another ? to his own Master he standeth or falleth! " These precepts Mr. Rose has heinously violated! He has picked up a few loose notes of a...
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Horæ homileticæ, or Discourses, in the form of skeletons upon the whole ...

Charles Simeon, Jean Claude, Thomas Hartwell Horne - 1833
...actuated. But these things are known perfectly to God alone; to whom alone the office of judging belongs. " Who art thou that judgest another? To his own Master he standeth or falleth." If you do not see the exact propriety of a brother's 3. Guard against rash and uncharitable...
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A sermon [on Jer. vi. 16], preached at the visitation of the ..., Volum 1

Robert Morehead - 1834
...first false step of this kind tnay not lead us. To such scruples we must say in the first place, " Who art " thou that judgest another? to his own master he " standeth or falleth." " God knoweth the heart." To him alone are open the thoughts with which each one comes here,...
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Considerations on objections current against ecclesiastical establishments ...

Thomas Gisborne - 1835
...bitterness, and wrath, arid anger, and clamour, and evil speaking be put atvayfrom you with all malice. Who art thou that judgest another ? To his own Master he standeth orfalleth. Can I presume to affirm that the individual who is diametrically opposed on grounds of Christian...
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Sermons, Volum 2

Hobart Caunter - 1836
...abhor our neighbour, and what we cannot do without injustice must be a violation of moral right. " Who art thou that judgest another ? to his own master he standeth or falleth ;" and therefore as we cannot know whether that master will ON THE LOVE OF OUR NEIGHBOUR. 85...
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Plain practical sermons, Volum 1

1844
...in pulling out the mote that is in a brother's eye. They remember the Scripture, and act up to it, "Who art thou that judgest another? to his own master he standeth or falleth 8 ." And again, " Speak not evil one of another, brethren. He that speaketh evil of his brother,...
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Stray leaves from a Freemason's Note Book. By a Suffolk Rector. [The preface ...

A Suffolk rector, Erskine Neale - 1846 - 314 sider
...argument that legacies for pious and benevolent uses occasionally originate in questionable motives. " Who art thou that judgest another ? To his own master he standeth or falleth ! " The clergy could say something on this head. Their experience by the bed of the sick and...
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Spiritual anatomy, Utgave 1

John Mortlock Daniell - 1856 - 8 sider
...of our neighbour's heart, than in opening his secretaire and reading his private correspondence. " Who art thou that judgest another ?" "To his own master he standeth or falleth." " By their fruits"— not by their thoughts, nor by their motives—" by their fruits ye...
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Discipline: And Other Sermons

Charles Kingsley - 1868 - 312 sider
...regardeth it xxii.] TOLERATION. ' and he that regardeth it not, to the Lord he ' regardeth it not. Who art thou that judgest ' another ? To his own master he standeth ' or falleth. Yea, and he shall stand ; for God ' is able to make him stand' ? Have we not need to hear...
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