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Walking in the Shoes of Matthew Henry

our duty and happiness: so that, let a man be ever so desirous and solicitous to do his Maker’s will, he must, without remedy, perish in the ignorance of it, since there is no book but this that will undertake … Continue reading

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Walking in the Shoes of Matthew Henry

Beside this, to the more wise and thinking, to the more considerate and contemplative it recommends itself by those innate excellences which are self-evident characteristics of its divine original. If we look carefully, we shall soon be aware of God’s … Continue reading

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Walking in the Shoes of Matthew Henry

those things which they themselves had the knowledge of, and effectually secure them from error and mistake; and what they could not know but by revelation, (as for instance, Gen. i. and John i.) the same blessed Spirit gave them … Continue reading

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Walking in the Shoes of Matthew Henry

artem – according to the rules of art, but several ways of writing, (histories, laws, prophecies, songs, epistles, and even proverbs,) at several times, and by several hands, as Infinite Wisdom saw fit. The end is effectually obtained; such things … Continue reading

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Walking in the Shoes of Matthew Henry

III. That divine revelation is not now to be found nor expected any where but in the scriptures of the Old and New Testament; and there it is. It is true, there were religion and divine revelation before there was … Continue reading

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Walking in the Shoes of Matthew Henry

from their fathers, plainly show how necessary divine revelation is to the subsistence of religion; for those that had not the word of God, soon lost God himself, became vain in their imaginations concerning him, and prodigiously vile and absurd … Continue reading

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Walking in the Shoes of Matthew Henry

God, but it must come by hearing the word of God, Rom. x. 17. The rational soul, since it received that fatal shock by the fall, cannot have or maintain that just regard to the the great author of its … Continue reading

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