An Easy Introduction to 'The Help to the Gospels', with an Appendix Containing an Original Hymn on Each Section [By J. Gall]

An Easy Introduction to 'The Help to the Gospels', with an Appendix Containing an Original Hymn on Each Section [By J. Gall]

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1835 edition. Excerpt: ...which remained in the pasture, ver. 12;--from which we learn, 166. That Christians, and Christian ministers, should be most active and assiduous in those cases, where delay is most dangerous. Much labour and diligent seeking were necessary for the recovery of the lost sheep, ver. 12;--from which we learn, 167. That ministers, teachers, and parents, should be laborious and persevering in their exertions for the restoring of those who are yet at a distance from God. There was great joy over the sheep when it was found, ver. 13;--from which we learn, 168. That the satisfaction and joy arising from the conversion of one soul, will be a rich reward for the labour of a lifetime spent in its accomplishment. litre tea mert tauibU joy in th rewwwry of the lost sheep, than in the safety of the ninetynine, ver. 13;--from which we learn, 169. That while we are not to neglect the comforting and building up of saints, yet we ought to be peculiarly zealous and laborious in our endeavours to convert sinners. God's care is extended to every little one in hit flock, ver. 13;--from which we learn, 1 TO. That no tenderness of age, or humbleness of rank, should prevent or lessen our exertions in bringing souls to Christ. APPLICATION Of The LESSONS. What ought we to cultivate towards our brethren? ver. 10, lesson 162. Whom ought we to love and assist? v. 10, 1. 163. What have the children of God no reason to be f v. 10,1. 164. What will Christ do if we come to him? v. 11,1.16a. In what cases ought Christians and Christian ministers to be most active? v. 12, 1. 166. What should ministers and teachers be? v. 12,1. 187. For whose spiritual good should exertions be made? T. 12, 1. 167. What will the conversion of one soul be? v. 13,1. 16S. I n what should we be...show more

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