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" We see how far we are from the perfect righteousness of the law ; the little fruit which we have in holiness, it is, God knoweth, corrupt and unsound : we put no confidence at all in it, we challenge nothing in the world for it, we dare not call God to... "
The Difficulties of Romanism - Page 151
by George Stanley Faber - 1829 - 293 pages
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The Works of that Learned and Judicious Divine Mr. Richard Hooker ...

Richard Hooker - 1793 - 634 pages
...of the Law ; the little fruit which we have in holinefs, it is, God knoweth, corrupt and unfound : we put no confidence at all in it, we challenge nothing in the world for it, we dare not call God to reckoning, as if we had him in our debt-books : our continual fuit to him,...
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The Entertaining Moral, and Religious Repository: Containing, Many ...

1801 - 430 pages
...righteoufnefs of the law : the little fruit which we have in holinefs is, God knoweth, corrupt and unfound; We put no confidence at all in it; we challenge nothing in the world for it; our continual fuit to God muft be, to bear with our infirjnitiesj an d pardon our offences." . A NEW CHRISTMAS...
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Horæ Mosaicæ: Or, A View of the Mosaical Records, with Respect to Their ...

George Stanley Faber - 1801 - 374 pages
...the law ; the little fruit " which we have in holinefs, it is, God " knoweth, corrupt and unfound : we put " no confidence at all in it, we challenge " nothing in the world for it ; we dare not " call God to reckoning, as if we had him " in our debt books : our continual fiiit to...
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Theological Works: Published at Different Times, and Now Collected ..., Volume 1

Thomas Scott - 1805 - 566 pages
...well ' we utterly renounce. We see how far we are ' from the perfect righteousness of the law : the 1 little fruit which we have in holiness, it is, God ' knoweth, corrupt and unsound : we put no confi' dence at all in it; we challenge nothing in the ' world for it ; we dare not call God to reckoning,...
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A General & Connected View of the Prophecies, Relative to the Conversion ...

George Stanley Faber - 1809 - 412 pages
...Justification, Sect. 7. and 21. The two expressions of his to which I particularly refer are these ; " the little fruit which we have in holiness, it is, God knoweth, corrupt and unsound ;" and " to name merits then is to lay their souls upon the rack, the memory of their own deeds is...
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Theological Works, Published at Different Times, and Now Collected ..., Volume 1

Thomas Scott - 1810 - 498 pages
...doing well we ' utterly renounce. We see how far we are from the ' perfect righteousness of the law : the little fruit which ' we have in holiness, it is,...confidence at all in it ; we ' challenge nothing in the w«rld for it ; we dare not '' call God to reckoning, as if we had him in our debt' books. Our continual...
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Remarks on The Refutation of Calvinism: By George Tomline ...

Thomas Scott - 1811 - 824 pages
...doing well we utterly ' renounce. We see how far we are from the per' feet righteousness of the law ; the little fruit which ' we have in holiness, it is,...in it ; * we challenge nothing in the world for it ; we dare ' not call God to reckoning, as if we had him in our * debt books. Our continual suit to...
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Remarks on The Refutation of Calvinism: By George Tomline ...

Thomas Scott - 1811 - 408 pages
...' dutiful necessity of doing well ; but the meritorious 'dignity of doing well we utterly renounce. The * little fruit, which we have, in holiness, it...is, God * knoweth, corrupt and unsound ; we put no confi' dence at all in it ; we challenge nothing in the * world for it; we dare not call God to reckoning,...
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Discourses and Dissertations on the Scriptural Doctrines of ..., Volume 1

William Magee - 1812 - 532 pages
...that he cannot do the things that he would. He cries out in the language of the excellent Hooker, " The little fruit which we have in holiness, it is,...all in it, we challenge nothing in the world for it, we dare not call God to reckoning, as if we had him in our debt books; our continual suit to him is,...
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Discourses and Dissertations on the Scriptural Doctrines of Atonement ...

William Magee - 1813 - 556 pages
...that lie cannot do the things that he would. He cries out in the language of the excellent Hooker, " The little fruit which we have in holiness, it is,...confidence at all in it, we challenge nothing in the world fojr it, we dare not call God to reckoning, as if we had him in our debt books; our continual suit...
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