Via lactea, or, The saints onely way to true blessedness
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Via lactea, or, The saints onely way to true blessedness opened in a sermon from Matth. 5, 8 : also the danger of neglecting gospel-salvation, from Heb. 2, 3 by

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Published by Printed for the vindication of the author and satisfaction of the reader in London .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bible. -- N.T. -- Matthew V, 8 -- Sermons.,
  • Bible. -- N.T. -- Hebrews II, 3 -- Sermons.,
  • Sermons, English -- 17th century.

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Other titlesSaints onely way to true blessedness.
Statementby Thomas Cheesman ... ; with his epistle to vindicate himself from those absurdities of method and language and little less then blasphemies, with which he was abused by a mercenary pen, in the former impression.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1713:7.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[4], 34 p.
Number of Pages34
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL21824791M

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  It has been said that the word "blessed," in our English Bible, simply means happy. Thus the "blessed man" of Psalm 1 is a happy man and the "blessed God" of I Tim. is a happy God. (We refer to the Hebrew and Greek words most often rendered blessed). To say the least, this is a superficial u. 5. The implacable opposition that is against the settlement of church government is a demonstration of the gospel's remove. It is true, government is but the hedge, and the gospel is the fruit, but if you break down the hedge the fruit will be little. This is the way to have the field overrun by the wild boar.   Today we celebrate the blessedness of these saints, but also the blessedness of you, the saints of God, together with all believers in the Lord Jesus. The word “blessed,” which Jesus uses nine times in the twelve verses of our Gospel, means “fortunate,” “happy,” “privileged recipients of . The zeal of saints for the truth of God; their opposition to the sinful practices which abounded around them; their diligence in the cultivation of holy affections; and their zeal in the discharge of private and public duties — all standing forth in marked contrast with the maxims and customs of a world lying in wickedness — have ever.

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SCRIPTURE: Matthew – The Blessedness of the Christian Life Today, the Lord reminds us through His Word what true blessedness is. The world, and even our own tainted hearts locate blessedness in the things of this world – money, health, pleasure, a healthy family, friends, and . The blessedness of the righteous is seen in their persecution by God's enemies (Matt ). The apostles are blessed in seeing what prophets could only long for (Matt ) and rejoice because they are allowed to suffer for Christ (Acts ). Suffering brings martyrs into a state of blessedness (Rev ). The martyrs have attained. BLESSEDNESS. bles'-ed-nes: This translation of makarismos (a word signifying "beatification" or "the ascription of blessing"), is used but three times, in Romans , 9, and Galatians , in the King James Version the first two instances it refers to the happy state or condition of a man to whom Christ's righteousness is imputed by faith, and in the last to a man's experience of that. Where True Blessedness Is Found Series Contributed by Mary Erickson on | 2, views. Those who trust in the Lord are blessed Febru Hope Lutheran Church Rev. Mary Erickson Jer. ; Ps. 1; Lk. Where True Blessedness Is Found Friends, may grace and peace be yours in abundance in the knowledge of God and.