3 edition of Human life a pilgrimage: or The Christian a stranger and sojourner upon earth found in the catalog.
Human life a pilgrimage: or The Christian a stranger and sojourner upon earth
|Statement||By the Reverend Jacob Duché, M.A.|
|Series||Early American imprints -- no. 12030.|
|Contributions||Penn, Thomas, 1702-1775, dedicatee., Penn, John, 1729-1795, dedicatee., Penn, Richard, ca. 1736-1811, dedicatee.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 19,  p.|
|Number of Pages||19|
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Whenever and wherever human dignity—let alone human life—is attacked, Christians have to stand up. I think (and hope) young people generally recognize that it is wrong for public figures to dehumanize or misrepresent immigrants on TV or on social media, or for governmental policies to separate migrant children from their parents. This World a Wilderness, and the Christian a Pilgrim Posted by pjmiller on J With such glorious prospects in view, no wonder that he should look upon earth as a barren, homeless world; that he should feel like a stranger and sojourner in it. No wonder that he should speed his earthly flight to reach the blissful skies.
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Human life a pilgrimage: or The Christian a stranger and sojourner upon earth: a sermon, occasioned by the death of the Hon.
Richard Penn, Esq ; one of the proprietaries of the province of Pennsylvania: preached before the united congregations of Christ-Church and St.
Peter's, in the city of Philadelphia, on Sunday, April xxi, Human life a pilgrimage, or, The Christian a stranger and sojourner upon earth: a sermon, occasioned by the death of the Hon.
Richard Penn, Esq, one. "For we are strangers before thee, and sojourners, as were all our fathers: our days on the earth are as a shadow, and there is none abiding." Chronicles sojourn noun \ˈsō-ˌjərn, sō-ˈ\:a period of time when you stay in a place as a traveler or.
That most famous book The Pilgrim’s Progress powerfully takes up the pilgrim term. We remember, too, how Jacob spoke of ‘the days of my pilgrimage’, and that David said, ‘I am a stranger and a sojourner.’ He was a king over his people, and yet he declared himself to be a foreigner and a temporary resident.
For by grace you have been saved through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of God; not as a result of works, so that no one may boast.
1 Chronicles Immigrants Aliens Life, Brevity Of Pessimism Pilgrims Foreigners Passing Through. Pilgrims, Examples Of Hope, Results Of Its Absence Shadows Life, Human Year Of Jubilee.
Human life a pilgrimage: or The Christian a stranger and sojourner upon earth [electronic resource]: a sermon, occasioned by the death of the Hon. Richard Penn, Esq; one of the proprietaries of the province of Pennsylvania: preached before the united congregations of Christ-Church and St.
Peter's, in the city of Philadelphia, on Sunday, April. Human Life a Pilgrimage: or the Christian a stranger and sojourner upon earth: a sermon [on Ps. xxxix. 12], occasioned by the death of the Hon. Penn, Esq., one of the Proprietors of the Province of Pennsylvania, etc.
AN ESTIMATE OF LIFE. The Christian is a "stranger in the earth," because he is conscious of an intense longing for a land of greater purity and perfect rest. His principles also may appear strange to others. A SURE SOLACE IN LIFE. God's commandments his solace, because they told him — (1) What to be.
(2) What to do. (3) Where to go. The truth that our life is a pilgrimage (Hebrews ), is presented to us by the brevity of life. As a shadow, so swiftly passing away, are our days upon the earth (cf. Job ; PsalmsPsalms ; Psalms ). מקוה ואין, and there is no trust, scil. in the continuance of life (cf.
Jeremiah ). A stranger in the earth. An estimate of life. The Christian is a “stranger in the earth,” because he is conscious of an intense longing for a land of greater purity and perfect rest.
His principles also may appear strange to others. A sure solace in life. God’s commandments his solace, because they told him They were. The point and pith of this prayer would seem to lie in the continual need which one who is a stranger on the earth has of communion with Him whose guest he is; with whom, as a stranger, he is a sojourner.
In that character, as a stranger on the earth, I do not now desire to have more fellowship with the people of the land than is necessary for.
But Peter says that as pilgrims, we are to maintain a lifestyle of attractive deeds, even in the face of ugliness from those who are lost. It will result ultimately in glory to God (), which is the overall aim of the Christian life.
Cal Thomas, a committed Christian who is a syndicated newspaper columnist, wrote (“Tabletalk,” 8/91, p. 13). As we set out on this pilgrimage, the great Christian writers of the tradition remind us that, in a sense, our whole identity as Christians is as a pilgrim people.
In our hearts, the follower of Christ is always a pilgrim – a stranger, a sojourner on the earth, always seeking after a more than earthly homeland, yearning for an heavenly country.
Jesus’s human life on earth can be viewed as sojourner and stranger. His mission was the ultimate pilgrimage – a divine pilgrimage. The divine and human “journey” of Christ is summarized in the Nicene Creed. for every one of the house of Israel, and of the sojourners who doth sojourn in Israel, who is separated from after Me, and doth cause his idols to go up unto his heart, and the stumbling-block of his iniquity setteth over-against his face, and hath come in unto the prophet to inquire of him concerning Me, I, Jehovah, have answered him for Myself.
Some forms of monasticism were precisely an attempt to separate Christians from the world, and so embody the Christian life as a pilgrimage. Quite the contrary. Verse 12 indicates that Peter fully expected that these sojourners and exiles would be living their lives in full view of the unbelieving world.
Open as PDF Joyous Spirituality of Christian Pilgrimage by Hugh Martin () Genuine admiration of the cross of Christ - imbuing a man with the evangelical spirituality which is the lack of the age, and which alone has been found powerful enough to alienate us from the world at every point - makes him, there can be no reason to doubt, what the psalmist calls himself, "a stranger on the.
book 15argument. having treated in the four preceding books of the origin of the two cities, the earthly and the heavenly, augustin explains their growth and progress in the four books which follow; and, in order to do so, he explains the chief passages of the sacred history which bear upon this subject.
in this fifteenth book he opens this part of his work by explaining the. FORWARD The Holy Book begins with the Book of Genesis, in which God proclaimed the beginning of creation and human life in the bosom of God, Lover of mankind.
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No blockbuster, even with the most modern special effects, is unable to fully reflect the fullness and richness of this stunning narrative of the creation of our world and the beginning of mankind.stranger that dwelleth with you shall be as one born among you, Lev.
ye are strangers and sojourners, Lev. (1 Chr. ). one ordinance, both for the stranger, and for him that was born in the land, Num. Love ye therefore the stranger: for ye were strangers, Deut.
Unto a stranger thou mayest lend upon usury, Deut.