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" 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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Auburn Seminary Record, Volum 1

Auburn Theological Seminary (New York, N.Y.) - 1906
...in some of their methods but most of them were no more narrow-minded than St. Paul who made himself all things to all men that he might by all means save some. They had no college but they were ready to help men who wished to be educated. They had no hospitals...
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Authorized Record of Proceedings

1905 - 346 sider
...seeks to bring healing to the deadlier wound of the soul, and we were content to follow him who Tbecame all things to all men that he might by all means save some. So we had our recreation-rooms, a public-house where men could find (at a small charge) everything...
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The Golden Age of the Church

Henry Donald Maurice Spence-Jones - 1906 - 446 sider
...period of his life was the dear friend and follower of Basil, but subsequently became his deadly foe. things to all men, that he might by all means save some" (1 Cor. ix. 22). He felt that the beautiful altruism of Christ and His servant Paul was conspicuously...
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The Foreign Missionary: An Incarnation of a World Movement

Arthur Judson Brown - 1907 - 412 sider
...if I preach not the gospel !" It made him plead "with tears" that men would turn to God; and become "all things to all men, that 'he' might by all means save some." People who say that they do not believe in foreign missions, are usually quite unconscious of the indictment...
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Religion and the Modern Mind: Lectures Delivered Before the Glasgow ...

Glasgow University Society of St. Ninian - 1908 - 288 sider
...constantly prominent. He could never have been mistaken for a Greek or a Roman. He says indeed that he became " all things to all men, that he might by all means save some " ; but, whatever sympathetic disguises he might assume, he remained always a Hebrew of the Hebrews,...
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Homiletic Review, Volum 55

1908
...in the strength of Sis tenderness, in the versatility of his humanity — in his power of becoming all things to all men, that he might by all means save some. This was, among his many gifts, the prerogative endowment of this most remarkable man — that he could,...
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The Ideal Ministry

Herrick Johnson - 1908 - 488 sider
...become as weak to the weak, as a Jew to the Jews, as without law to them that are without law, and " as all things to all men, that he might by all means save some." If adaptation is of no moment in the presentation of gospel truth, then let us have human parrots or...
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Special Report of Proceedings, Etc, Volum 5

1908 - 220 sider
...justice to its view-point. The highest human exponent of mental sympathy was probably St. Paul, who became all things to all men that he might by all means gain some. This quality is distinguished from mere insight by its combination with love. It is the...
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A Life at Its Best ...

Richard Henry Edwards, Ethel Cutler - 1915 - 145 sider
...about only a few of the men whom he brought to Christ. What was the secret of his ability to "become all things to all men, that he might by all means save some" ? Paul believed in people. He knew from his own experience the transforming power of Christ. And what...
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The Book of Personal Work

John Thomson Faris - 1916 - 322 sider
...worth while to take any necessary trouble to find that way. This was the lesson taught by Paul, who became " all things to all men " that he might " by all means save some." To the weak he became weak, that he might gain the weak; to the Jew he became as a Jew, that he might...
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