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Three sermons to little children: on the nature and beauty of the dutiful temper.
|Statement||By Samuel Spring, A.M. Pastor of a church in Newbury-Port.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 22901.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||95,  p.|
|Number of Pages||95|
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Index of Human Nature and Other Sermons; Next part (2) This etext was prepared from the Cassell & Co. edition by David Price, email [email protected] HUMAN NATURE AND OTHER SERMONS by Joseph Butler INTRODUCTION. Joseph Butler was born inyoungest of eight children of a linendraper at Wantage, in Berkshire.
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The World's Great Sermons, Volume 10 (of 10) by Various Part 1 out of 3. His book, Three sermons to little children: on the nature and beauty of the dutiful temper. book Law in the Spiritual World," caused much discussion and is still widely read.
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JANUARY 1, Page iv ï~~ Page v ï~~PREFACE. THE sermons which are contained in this little volume were addressed to the children of my church. Online library archive for easy reading any ebook for free anywhere right on the internet.
Listen to books in audio format. By reason. Parents love their children, wherefore they deserve to be loved in return. The children of the Gentiles loved their parents, AEneas carried on his shoulders his old father out of Troy. Love is excited by the example of good children.
Joseph. Jesus. III. BY DEEDS. Obedience, which is required (1) by nature; (2) by God Himself. The three pious Hebrews — Shadrach, Meshach, and Abed-nego — were placed amidst sorest trials — as few are in our day — yet they proved faithful to their God.
To be dutiful to their God they had to resist the most powerful temptations — to brave most formidable dangers. They had to rebel against royal authority. The little child believes that all things belong to it, and claims everything it can touch, book, or toy, or picture, stretching out its hands for the moon with a divine sense of ownership.
And the child is not wrong: the child is never wrong in its spontaneous conduct, acting out what God puts into it, reflecting the thought of the face that.
"Children obey your parents," says the apostle in his epistle to the Colossians. This is one of the most obvious dictates of nature; even the irrational creatures are obedient by instinct, and follow the signs of the parent animal, or bird, or reptile.
Perhaps there is no duty more generally acknowledged than this. Up and down, all over England, I hear men of all denominations saying, not, ‘Except we grown people be converted and become as little children;’ but, ‘except the little children be converted, and become like us, grown people.’ God grant that the little children may not become like too many grown people.
God grant it, I say. THE GREATEST THING IN THE WORLD. It is greater than charity, again, because the whole is greater than a part. Charity is only a little bit of Love, one of Three sermons to little children: on the nature and beauty of the dutiful temper.
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The light heart which nature had given me became heavy with sad forebodings Even free white women, not brought as servants or slaves but as wives of the early settlers, faced special hardships. Eighteen married women came over on the Mayflower.
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WESTMINSTER SERMONS. WITH A PREFACE. by CHARLES KINGSLEY. London: MACMILLAN AND CO. The Right of Translation is Reserved. v PREFACE. I venture to preface these Sermons—which were preached either at Westminster Abbey, or at one of the Chapels Royal—by a Paper read at Sion College, in ; and for this reason.
THE VISION OF BEAUTY. As the 24 whole power of number seems by nature to exist in children, needing only to be wisely elicited by questions and open to us the words of Holy Scripture, which to most are so remote, involved, and perplexing.
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JOHN BROWN, M.D. to be grateful to us; and, in the last, to keep his time and his temper. And of a body and a soul. I am not going to say much about the guiding of the souls of children,—that is a little out of my line,—but I may tell you that the soul,  especially in children.
"Our Training College" refers to Scale How, where teachers and governess/tutors learned how to teach and train children] vol 6 pg Chapter 3 The Good and Evil Nature of a Child.
Children are not born bad but with possibilities for good and for evil. Well-Being of Body. It is little different now from the days ofwhen it was the home of the three little children to whom our Lady appeared. These children were as ordinary, by all the fair accounts of those who knew them best, as bread and fish, as gaiety and tears, as simple games of fancy, as flowers in the summer fields.
The Lecture was no Boston or Congregationalist monopoly, as can be seen from Abraham Keteltas’s sermon preached during the evening Lecture in the First Presbyterian Church at Newburyport in (no. 19, herein). Convention sermons also were political in nature and grew out of election-day ceremonies.
It commences with two or three sentences which are found verbatim in the third book, c. § 3; a circumstance decisive, as it may seem, against its being a part of the eighth book.
For although a writer may silently transfer a passage from one work of his own to another, or from a printed work to a mere sermon, it is hardly conceivable that. SERMONS XLVII.
XLVIII. XLIX. ROMANS xii. If it be possible, as much as lieth in you, live peaceably with all men. Christianity the last and most correct edition of the law of nature: every precept of it may be resolved into a natural reason; as advancing and improving nature in the higher degrees and grander concerns of it.
Separation must, in the nature of things, be always attended with a little violation of the law of love; of that charity, which is better worth preserving among Christians, than all the theological opinions and speculative doctrines that were ever broached from the pulpit of a church, with a steeple or without one.
1 Corinthians “If any man builds on this foundation using gold, silver, costly stones, wood, hay or straw, his work will be shown for what it is, because the Day will bring it to will be revealed with fire, and the fire will test the quality of each man’s work.
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