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" ... not to do his own will but the will of him that sent him... "
Seers of the Ages: Embracing Spiritualism Past and Present, Doctrines Stated ... - Page 252
by James Martin Peebles - 1903 - 376 pages
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An exposition of the [Apostles'] Creed

John Pearson (bp. of Chester.) - 1715
...heirs, we muft be co-heirs with Chrift; if fbns, we rnuft be brethren to the only-begotten: but being he came not to do his own will, but the will of him that fent him, he acknowledged no fraternity but with fiich as do the fame; as he hath faid, c Who/bever...
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The Deity of Jesus Christ Essential to the Christian Religion: A Treatise on ...

Jacques Abbadie - Socinianism - 1777 - 338 pages
...among, them fuppofe, that they embarrafs our caufe exceedingly when they remind us ; " That Chrift " came not to do his own will, but the will of " him that fent him — That the do&rine ha " taught was not his own, but the Father's — " And that he...
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Sermons and Tracts Upon Religious Subjects

William Adams - Electronic books - 1777 - 354 pages
...fanftijication, and redemption. $ The language, of our blefied Lord is, that he was fent, appointed of God, that he came not to do his own will, but the will of his father 'which fent him. Who then fhall tell us, that God hath forgotten to be gracious,, and hath...
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Sermons: By John Disney, D.D. F.S.A. In Two Volumes. ...

John Disney - Sermons, English - 1793
...of the great body of his hearers, was, that " they had feen, and hated both "him and his father." As he came not to do his own will, but the will of him that fent him, he was ardently defirous that the good pleafure of God mould be fulfilled in the fuccefs,...
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An Exposition of the Creed, Volume 1

John Pearson - Apostles' Creed - 1797
...heirs, we muft be co-heirs with Chrift; if fons, we muft be brethren to the only-begotten : but being he came not to do his own will, but the will of him that fent him, he acknowledgeth no fraternity but with fuch as do the fame ; as he hath *ii. faid,...
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Precious truth

...make direct reference to his wishes and his will, they cease for the time to be followers of Him who came not to do his " own will, but the will of him that sent him." 2. And for what reasons did believing ones become FOLLOWERS of Jesus when he was on earth and should...
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True Religion Delineated, Or, Experimental Religion: As Distinguished from ...

Joseph Bellamy - Christian life - 1804 - 428 pages
...did not come of himself, but was sent of his Father. ...John vii. 28, 29 : And that he did not come to do his own will, but the will of him that sent him.... John vi. 38. And his Father acknowledges him as such by a voice from heaven : Mat. xvii. 5.... This...
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Notes on All the Books of Scripture: For the Use of the Pulpit and ..., Volume 3

Joseph Priestley - Bible - 1804
...courfc of our Saviour's hiftory we have feen many examples of his piety. He ever bore in mind that he came not to do his own will but the .will of bin Father wko sent h'.m, and to finith his workt and his fubmiftkm to the will of his Father, even...
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The Anti-satisfactionist: Or, the Salvation of Sinners by the Free Grace of ...

Richard Wright - Atonement - 1805 - 412 pages
...utmost of his knowledge and ability, whether in doing or suffering, to the will of his Father. He said he came not to do his own will, but the will of his God ; and all that he did and suffered is called obedience. Phil. ii. 8. How then could he go beyond...
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The Works of the Rev. John Wesley. [The Preface Signed: Joseph ..., Volume 6

John Wesley - Methodist Church - 1810
...remembrance of his Name. 1 1 . Agreeable to this his one desire, is the one design of his life, namely, " not to do his own will, but the will of him that sent him." His one intention at all times and in all things is, not to please himself, but him whom his soul loveth....
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