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" What can we say to these things ! If God be for us, who can be against us? "
Oliver Cromwell's letters and speeches: including the supplement to the ... - Page 424
by Oliver Cromwell - 1859
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The Centennial of the Association: Held in Portland, May 28 and 29, 1888

Cumberland County (Me.). Association of Congregational Ministers - 1888 - 73 pages
...closing thought. And coming out from the case as it lies in the divine mind, he well asks " What shall we say to these things ? If God be for us, who can be against us ? If he gave his son to die for us while we were yet sinners, what can he withhold, now...
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The Centennial of the Cumberland Association of Congregational Ministers, at ...

Cumberland Association of Congregational Ministers - Congregational churches - 1888 - 75 pages
...closing thought. And coming out from the case as it lies in the divine mind, he well asks " What shall we say to these things ? If God be for us, who can be against us ? If he gave his son to die for us while we were yet sinners, what can he withhold, now...
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Selections from the Psalms with Additional Scripture Readings

Responsive worship - 1890 - 117 pages
...good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose. What shall we then say to these things ? If God be for us, who can be against us? Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine,...
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Oliver Cromwell's Letters and Speeches

Oliver Cromwell, Thomas Carlyle - Great Britain - 1894 - 290 pages
...from our own brains nor from our courage and strength : but we follow the Lord who goeth before, and gather what He scattereth, that so all may appear...hear how it hath pleased the Lord to deal with my Daughter.16 The Lord bless her, and sanctify all His dispensations to them and us. I have committed...
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The Works of Thomas Carlyle, Volume 7

Thomas Carlyle - 1897
...one of our last works ; which indeed I believe hath been a great discomposing the Enemy, — it '* so much in their bowels. We have taken many considerable...If God be for us, who can be against us ? Who can Jight against the Lord and prosper ? Who can resist His will ? The Lord keep us in His love. I desire...
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Oliver Cromwell's letters

Thomas Carlyle - English literature - 1897
...one of our last works ; which indeed I believe hath been a great discomposing the Enemy, — it 's so much in their bowels. We have taken many considerable...hear how it hath pleased the Lord to deal with my bament; messenger, "Richard Lehnnt" (Colonel Lehnnt, I believe, vol. xvii. p. 320), geto 50. (Commons...
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The Works of Thomas Carlyle: Oliver Cromwell's letters and speeches, with ...

Thomas Carlyle - 1897
...one of our last works ; which indeed I believe hath been a great discomposing the Enemy, — it '* so much in their bowels. We have taken many considerable...If God be for us, who can be against us ? Who can Jight against the Lord and prosper ? Who can resist His will? The Lord keep us in His love. I desire...
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The Spiritual Principle of the Atonement: As a Satisfaction Made to God for ...

John Scott Lidgett - Atonement - 1898 - 498 pages
...placated ? And what is it which the same doctor of the Gentiles teaches in another place ? ' What shall we say to these things ? If God be for us, who can be against us ? He who spared not His own. Son,' etc." And he concludes: " All things therefore together,...
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The fulness of God, and other addresses

Marcus Rainsford - Theology - 1898 - 262 pages
...they pray, and on which they triumph ; it is the key-note of the harmony of their praise. "WHAT SHALL WE SAY TO THESE THINGS ? IF GOD BE FOR US, WHO CAN BE AGAINST US ? " XV. Ibow to be in a Strait, " For I am in a slrait b.'twixt two, having a desire...
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Weighty words from the writings of J.N.D.

J. N. Darby - Plymouth Brethren - 1898
...amidst all our misery, degradation, sinfulness and weakness, God is found to be for us. What shall we say to these things? "If God be for us, who can be against us ? " When a man sees God thus settling the question between them, suiting Himself to his...
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