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" Christ, who, though he was rich, yet for our " sakes became poor, that we, through his poverty,  "
The Baptist Magazine - Page 413
1829
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The Orthodox Presbyterian, Volume 8

Presbyterians - 1837
...becomes a person of enlarged benevolence. What Christian can withstand that apostolic appeal, " Ye know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, who, though he was rich, yet for our sakes became poor, that ye through his poverty, might be rich." And this appeal, be it remembered, was delivered in a lengthened...
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The Church of Rome: A View of the Peculiar Doctrines, Religious Worship ...

Hallifield Cosgayne O'Donnoghue - 1830 - 341 pages
...from all faces, and lead their redeemed souls to the presence of him, who, though he were in himself rich, yet for our sakes became poor, that we, through his poverty, might be rich. (3.) Dr. Moore, in his Travels in Italy, mentions a Society of persons who attend upon criminals when...
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The Methodist Magazine and Quarterly Review, Volume 8

Methodist Church - 1837
...foxes had holes, and the birds of the air nests, the Son of man had not where to lay his head !" " He was rich, yet for our sakes became poor, that we, through his poverty, might become rich !" O how humiliating was this condescension in Jesus, that he might raise man to...
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Missionary Register, Volume 18

Missions - 1830
...such a reasonable request — British Christians, who know something of the value of the soul and of the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, who, though He was rich, yet for their sakes became poor, will not turn a deaf ear, nor refuse the requisite assistance. British Christians...
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The Spiritual Magazine, Or, Saint's Treasury, Volume 6

Christian life - 1830
...transgressors, who by their disobedience merited the lowest place in the nether world. " He who was rich, for our sakes became poor, that we, through his poverty, might be rich." He who was the heighth of glory, descended to this world, to be a mean and abject servant, exposed...
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The Communicant's Guide, Or, An Introduction to the Sacrament of the Lord's ...

John Prentiss Kewley Henshaw - Lord's Supper - 1831 - 227 pages
...bless those who curse you, and pray for those who despitefully use you and persecute you." "Knowing the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, who, though he...poor, that we, through his poverty, might be rich," he feels deeply interested in all the benevolent operations which distinguish and adorn our favoured...
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The American National Preacher, Volumes 27-30

Religion - 1853
...an account of our stewardship. It directs us to possess the spirit and imitate the example of Him " who, though he was rich, yet for our sakes became poor, that we through his poverty might be rich." And it sets before us that exemplification of the gospel given in the lives of the primitive believers,...
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Sermons. Ed. by T. Scott

Benjamin Scott - 1831 - 423 pages
...commiseration of every one who partakes of the Spirit of Christ, or is constrained by the love of him, " who, though he was rich, " yet for our sakes became...poor, that we " through his poverty, might be rich." Let us, my brethren, study closely the example of our Saviour; let us constantly remember that he left...
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The Elements of Mental and Moral Philosophy: Founded Upon Experience, Reason ...

Catharine Esther Beecher - Christian ethics - 1831 - 452 pages
...exhorted to sacrifice their property for the good of others, have this motive presented, " For ye know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, who though he was rich, yet for our sakes became poor." And again, the Ephesians are thus instructed, " Look not every man on his own things, but every man...
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Sermons : Volume II

Edward Payson - Sermons, American - 1831 - 400 pages
...heaven, we can understand their answer but very imperfectly. They tell us that, when he was rich, he for our sakes became poor, that we, through his poverty, might be rich. They tell us that, when he was in the form of God, he humbled and emptied himself, and took upon him...
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