Keresés Képek Térkép YouTube Hírek Gmail Drive Naptár Egyebek »
Bejelentkezés
Könyvek 
" If we love not our brother whom we have seen, how can we love God, whom we have not seen... "
Brownson's quarterly review - 157. oldal
1861
Teljes nézet - Információ erről a könyvről

Village sermons

George Burder - 1835
...rescue them from destruction ; such persons have reason to fear ; for, if we love not our neighbour whom we have seen, how can we love God whom we have not seen ? Finally, let every serious hearer suffer the word of exhortation. See, in St. Paul, a pattern of...

A Spring-day: Or, Contemplations on Several Occurrences which Naturally ...

James Fisher - 1806 - 338 oldal
...that we love not God, and therefore have no title to the inheritance of the saints in light : " for " if we love not our brother whom we have " seen, how can we love God, whom we " have not seen ?" 1 John iv. 20. Neither ought our love to be confined to those saints only who are rich in this world,...

The Bank of Faith and Works United, 9830. kötet

Dorothy Ripley - 1819 - 204 oldal
...say with James the Apostle, if our hearts are not filled with pity, and love to our fellow-creatures whom we have seen, " How can we love God, whom we have not seen ?" We got to Newport in four hours, which astonished, me much, not expecting to stop any where till...

Sermons, 2. kötet

John Venn - 1822
...to glory." The Apostle concludes it to be impossible to love God, unless we love our brother also: "if we love not our brother whom we have seen, how can we love God whom we have not seen?" And the love of man is the natural effect of the knowledge we obtain of God through the Gospel. "Beloved,...

The Select Works of William Penn, 1. kötet

William Penn - 1825
...than God, can never love his neighbour as himself. For, as the apostle said, " If we do not love him, whom we have seen ; how can we love God, whom we have not seen ?" ' O that we could see some men as eager to turn people to God, as they are to blow them up, and...

The Life of William Penn

Mrs. Hughs (Mary) - 1828 - 224 oldal
...than God can never love his neighbour as himself. For (as the apostle said) 'If we do not love him whom we have seen, how can we love God whom we have not seen. "O that we could see some men as eager to -turn people to God, as they are to blow them up, and set...

Horæ homileticæ, or Discourses, in the form of ..., 14. kötet;29. kötet

Charles Simeon - 1833
...operative among them. That principle is altogether inseparable from the Christian character ; for, " if we love not our brother whom we have seen, how can we love God whom we have not seen?" We should consider " all, but especially the household of faith," as " brethren ;" and should regard...

Letters on the Difficulties of Religion

Catharine Esther Beecher - 1836 - 350 oldal
...embodied, and in daily connexion with us, I will not deny. The Bible itself implies this, when it says, " if we love not our brother whom we have seen, how can we love God whom we have not seen." But there are other considerations that may essentially modify our views of this difficulty. The evidence...

Fifty-two Lectures on the Church Catechism: Including the Creed, the Ten ...

Samuel Walker - 1836 - 551 oldal
...men for their holiness, we do most certainly, though we see it not, hate God for his holiness ; for ' If we love not our brother whom we have seen, how can we love God whom we have not seen ?'•}• Yet, notwithstanding this, our Lord has taught all his followers how little they must expect...

The Bible Christian, 1. kötet,1. kiadás

1837
...neighbour, whether he be Jew or Samaritan, Protestant or Papist ; for "if we love not our brethren whom we have seen, how can we love God whom we have not seen ? " One word of the author of this Letter, and we have done. He professes himself to be a Member of...




  1. Saját könyvtáram
  2. Súgó
  3. Speciális Könyvkereső
  4. ePub letöltése
  5. PDF letöltése