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" The wicked, through the pride of his countenance, will not seek after God: God is not in all his thoughts. "
The Works of W. Chillingworth : Containing His Book, Entitled The Religion ... - Page 42
by William Chillingworth - 1820
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A key to the Church-catechism, or The Church-catechism methodized and explained

Philo-Delphus (pseud.) - 1719
...Sorcery or Recourje to evil Spirits? '•t: A- Yes. zK. Lj. Is it becaufe there is • 'A. Yes. Pf. x. 4. The Wicked, through 'the Pride of his Countenance, will not Teek after God. And Tit. I. 16. They Works they'deny him. profefs that they know God, but in •7....
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Chubb's Tracts

Thomas Chubb - 1732
...will be pure:) but even (or rather for or becaufe) their mind and confcience is defiled. They profej's that they know God; but in works they deny him, being abominable, and dijbbe*dient, and unto every good wbrk reprobate. St. Paul haying thus dilcovered the difeafe, he then...
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An abstract of the historical part of the Old Testament [by E. Harley]. by E ...

Edward Harley - 1735
...produced. " Pfalm li. 5. Behold, I was SHAPEN in INIQUITY, " and in SIN did my Mother conceive me. " Pf. x. 4. The Wicked, through the Pride of his " Countenance, will not feek after God : God is not in " ail his THOUGHTS. " Pf. lyiii. 3. The Wicked are eftranged from the...
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Sermons on several occasions, publ. by E. Fletcher

John Howe - 1744
...II. FSER M. , '.SERMON VI. • * • Preached April 10, i681. •*• t TITUSi.i6. j 'They frofefs that they know GOD ; but in works they deny him, being abominable, and difobedient, and unto every good work reprobate. IN our former difcourfe we propofed to inquire, What...
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Sermons on various subjects, with a preface [by J. Duchal].

John Abernethy - 1751
...reprefenteth pride under the notion of impiety, and the fource of an undutiful behaviour towards God, Pfal. x. 4. The wicked through the pride of his countenance, will not feek. after God ; this fin doth import too great an elation of the mind, too high an efteem of one's...
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An Explication of the First Part of the Assembly's Shorter Catechism: In ...

Thomas Boston - Sermons, English - 1755 - 301 pages
...and ' unbelieving, is nothing pure ; but even their mind ' and confcience is defiled. They profefs that ' they know God ; but in works they deny him, ' being abominable, and difobedient, and unto ' every good work reprobate.' Our SancYrfication then is the Work of Cod only,...
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Memoirs of the Life of the Reverend, Learned and Pious Mr. Thomas Halyburton ...

Thomas Halyburton - 1756 - 272 pages
...authors of my uneafinefs, in proud, fclfifh and vain contrivances for mine own eafe and relief: Pjalm x. 4. ' The wicked through the pride of his countenance, will not feek after God : God is not in all his thoughts. Job xxxv•' 9. 10. They cry out by reafon of the...
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The Whole Works of the Reverend Mr. John Flavel ...

John Flavel - 1770
...(hall be denied by him ; z Tim. ii. 12. If we deny him, he alfo will deny us. Tit. i. 16. They profefs that they know God ; but in works they deny him, being abominable, and difobedient, and unto every good work reprobate. Q._ 5. Why will Chrift openly acknowledge them? A....
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Sermons and Other Practical Works: Consisting of Above One Hundred ..., Volume 1

Ralph Erskine - Sermons - 1794
...againft it, profefs againit it, their profeflion-is but a fcreen to their atheifn* ; " They profefs that they know God, but in works they deny him; being abominable and difobedie.nt> and to every good work reprobate," Tit. i. 16. 3. It brings on the wrath of God, if it...
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Sermons on Practical Subjects, Volume 2

Robert Walker, Hugh Blair - Sermons - 1796
...the character of the Cretians may too juftly be applied to niany of them, Tit. i. 16. " They profefs that they " know God ; but in w.orks they deny him, " being abominable, and difobedient, and " unto every good work reprobate." To fuch inconfiftent ufurpers of the Chriftian...
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