Motive: Sinful, Illustrated by Cain
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God's Sovereignty and the Human Will
... drawing" presenting to him the irresistible motive, the "coming ... The sinner in his
sinful nature could never ... This is strikingly illustrated in the Old Testament. ...
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The Necessity and Benefits of Religious Society
... being a little enlarged on and illustrated, will fully ... or other, which though not
actually sinful, yet may ... Motive, surely, cannot be wanting, to stir us up to ...
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Discussion of the Subject of Permission
... not incline his mind to do this from a right motive. ... how to punish the creature,
not as such, but as sinful. ... That act is good and may be illustrated by the gait ...
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Homilies on the Statues.
... Cain, misery of, [675]345; consciousness of his sin and ... 773]366; to be absent from
sinful, disgraceful, [774 ... 382, [1085]439; a most powerful motive, [1086]392 ...
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The Saints' Privilege and Profit;
... boldly unto the throne of grace.' FIFTH, the motive to this ... was set in the cloud,
that the sinful man might ... us than the blood of Abel did for Cain (Hebrews 12 ...
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And ii.
... have been a peculiarly prominent manifestation of the sinful corruption, consists ...
for ever," are thus beautifully illustrated by Calvin: "Micah does not here ...
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Mr. Bunyan's Last Sermon:
... by bringing again, even afresh, his evil of sleeping into his mind (Rev.2:5;
1:Thess.5:7, 8). Thus, therefore, he now went on bewailing his sinful sleep, saying ...
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The Pilgrim's Progress
... said she, who can but lament, that shall but rightly consider, what a state and
condition my poor relations[40] are in that yet remain in our sinful town? ...
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Genesis 4:7
If you do well, shall you not be accepted? and if you do not well, sin lies at the door. And to you shall be his desire, and you shall rule over him.
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1 John 3:12
Not as Cain, who was of that wicked one, and slew his brother. And why slew he him? Because his own works were evil, and his brother's righteous.
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Motive: Sinful, Illustrated by Cain

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