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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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Lectures on Pulpit Eloquence

George Campbell - 1824 - 344 sider
...this very disposition, which our great apostle recommends by his own example, where he tells us that he " became all things to all " men, that he might by all means save some." But upon impartial examination, the thing perhaps will be found not so unreasonable, as at first sight...
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Sermons, on subjects chiefly practical, with illustrative notes and an ...

John Jebb (bp. of Limerick.) - 1824
...gain them that were without law ; to the weak, he became as weak, that he might gain the weak : he was all things, to all men, that he might, by all means, save some* This judicious management, it is our bounden duty to study, for the edification of those committed...
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Short Missionary Discourses, Or Monthly Concert Lectures

Enoch Pond - 1824 - 259 sider
...them that were without law. To the weak, he became as weak, that he might gain the weak : He was made all things to all men, that he might by all means save some." And yet, he " was determined to know nothing among" his hearers, " save Jesus Christ and him crucified...
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Two Discourses on the Atonement: By Moses Stuart, Associate Prof. of Sacred ...

Moses Stuart - 1824 - 51 sider
...In things, which do not come under the cognizance either of doctrine or of law, he "became all 3 17 things to all men, that he might by all means save some." Let us remark, 6. The patience, the equanimity and the buoyancy of spirit, with which he endured that...
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Discourses on the Offices and Character of Jesus Christ

Henry Ware - 1825 - 217 sider
...thinking and state of mind of those whom they addressed. This is what Paul means -when he says ' that he became all things to all men, that he might by all means save some.' It was on this principle, that he strove to win the attention of the Athenians, by representing the...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate, Volum 24

1825
...mutilate the fair proportions of Christianity, to suit the taste of a degenerate age. But if St. Paul became all things to all men, that he might by all means gain some ; if every Christian is commanded to let his light shine before men, and to please his neighbour...
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The Christian Magazine, Volum 3

1826
...destroyed for ever by this means. Thought. What did the great apostle of the Gentilea mean, when he said, he ' became all things to all men, that he might by all means save some ?' Pr. It is evident that he did not mean a compliance with any thing unlawful. And from what he elsewhere...
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An Ecclesiastical History, Ancient and Modern: In which the Rise, Progress ...

Johann Lorenz Mosheim - 1826
...that he might " gain them that were without the law ;" and, .even in matters indifferent, " to become all things to all " men, that he might by all means save some." Had the multitude possessed the supreme power in the church of Jerusalem, St. James and the elders...
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Sermons chiefly designed to display the connection between a sound faith and ...

Edward Patteson - 1826 - 389 sider
...cordial acceptance of the Gospel-covenant. This, in St. Paul's acceptance of the words, was "becoming all things to all men," that he " might by all means save some." Would to God we could now see, not only such persons as apparently devote their lives to the business...
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An ecclesiastical history, ancient and modern, tr. by A. Maclaine, Volum 6

Charles Coote - 1826
...that he might " gain them that were without the law;" and, ( even in matters indifferent, " to become all things to all " men, that he might by all means save some." Had the multitude possessed the supreme power in the church of Jerusalem, St. James and the elders...
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