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Bøker Bok 7180 av 191To the weak he became as weak, that he might gain the weak : and was made all things...
" To the weak he became as weak, that he might gain the weak : and was made all things to all men, that he might by all means save some. "
Eminent British Statesmen: Sir Henry Vane, the Younger, by J. Forster. Henry ... - Side 20
1838
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The Fireside Friend, Or Female Student: Being Advice to Young Ladies on the ...

Mrs. Lincoln Phelps, Albertine-Adrienne Necker de Saussure - 1840 - 377 sider
...virtue is but a shadow, when unaccompanied by religious affections. St. Paul, like his Divine Master, became " all things to all men," that he " might by all means save some." " Never," says an English writer,* " was man more deeply * Rev. HF Burder. versed than he, in the knowledge...
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The Christian lady's magazine, ed. by Charlotte Elizabeth

Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna - 1840
...a certain recourse to baits or inducements is not forhidden. St. Paul speaks of having made himself all things to all men, that he might by all means save some ; and he confesses to some of his converts, that he had caught them with guile. If it be the duty of...
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The Christian Lady's Magazine, Volum 13

1840
...a certain recourse to baits or inducements is not forbidden. St. Paul speaks of having made himself all things to all men, that he might by all means save some ; and be confesses to some of his converts, that he had caught them with guile. If it be the duty of...
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Decapolis: or, The individual obligation of Christians to save souls from ...

David Everard Ford - 1841
...and them that heard him, 1 Tim. iv. 16. The admonition was enforced by his own example, lie was made all things to all men, that he might by all means save some. 1 Cor. ix. 22. Should it be contended that obedience to Christ is in itself a sufficient motive to...
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History of St. Paul

Henry Blunt - 1841
...dependence of the gospel. It may, indeed, be said that the Galatians having been heathens, St. Paul, who " became all things to all men, that he might by all means gain some," was justified in thus appearing before them indifferent to the law : and if he had confined...
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A Series of Letters to a Universalist: In which the Subject of Modern ...

Philemon Robbins Russell - 1842 - 128 sider
...with Universalism. (1.) I cannot understand why Paul should labor so hard, suffer so much, — become all things to all men that he might by all means save SOME, if all are on the road to heaven. If all are to be saved why should he suffer and labor so much to...
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New Haven Divinity and Protestantism

1842
...he might gain them that are without law ; to the weak, as weak, that he might gain the weak ; made all things to all men, that he might, by all means, save some." On the one hand, he should avoid every thing, in the manner of conducting his ministry, that would...
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History of the Baptist Missionary Society, from 1792 to 1842, Volum 1

Francis Augustus Cox, James Peggs - 1842
...and advice of the apostle Paul, (than whom no man was better acquainted with human nature,) "becoming all things to all men, that he might by all means save some." No person, however, could charge him with dissimulation. His temper naturally was rather unbending...
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The most ancient and the most modern opposition to Christian truth ..., Volum 14

George Andrew Jacob - 1842
...accursed from Christ for my brethren, niy kinsmen according to the flesh J ;" — and who was " made all things to all men that he might by all means save some § :" — yet when the very same truth was at stake which is endangered now, he " gave place by subjection,...
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The Independent magazine (ed. by J. Fletcher)., Volum 2

J. Fletcher - 1843
...that were without law ; who to the weak became as weak, that he might gain the weak ; who was made all things to all men, that he might by all means save some," — you have been enabled to condescend to the lowly condition of uncivilized men, to dwell among them,...
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