On the Worship of God in General
... faith by the blood and Spirit of Christ, and a sincere charity; for, without these,
no worship which is rendered to God can be grateful and acceptable to him. ...
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The Sacrament of Living
... it may be difficult for the average Christian to get hold of the idea that his daily
labors can be performed as acts of worship acceptable to God by Jesus ...
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God Alone a Fit Object of Worship.
... creature. For the worship of God alone is acceptable to them, who alone
is uncreated, and all things also are His creatures. For ...
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The Worship of God.
... assigned as the principle of divine worship, it manifestly ... thoroughly pleased and
satisfied if that God to whom ... and to render his prayers acceptable, would be ...
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Is God in the Camp?
... even a word. It is the spiritual worship which is most acceptable to God,
not the external in any form or shape. It is the heart ...
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The Law and the Liberty of Presbyterian Worship.
... The cultivation of such worship, and the offering of it in a manner acceptable
to God, is a work worthy of the Church's most earnest care. ...
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... all corners of the earth; all that worship God (whatever denomination ... moment, "present
yourselves a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable to God," and "glorify ...
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Whether Religion Has an External Act?
... of that which is most important and directly intended in the worship of God. ... of the
internal and spiritual works, which are of themselves acceptable to God. ...
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The Eleventh Proposition. Concerning Worship.
... All true and acceptable worship to God is offered in the inward and immediate moving
and drawing of his own Spirit, which is neither limited to places, times ...
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Of the True Worship of God, and Sacrifice.
... then does God require from man but worship of the ... This is the acceptable victim,
which the mind sacrifices of ... Therefore it is justice only which God requires. ...
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Nave's Topical IndexGenesis 4:4
And Abel, he also brought of the firstborn of his flock and of the fat thereof. And the LORD had respect to Abel and to his offering:Nave's Topical Index
And the LORD smelled a sweet smell; and the LORD said in his heart, I will not again curse the ground any more for man's sake; for the imagination of man's heart is evil from his youth; neither will I again smite any more every thing living, as I have done.
Nave's Topical Index
Worship in Private Homes
Worship in the Night
Worship of Abraham
Worship of Angels, Forbidden
Worship of God
Worship of Jacob
Worship of Job
Worship of the Philippian Jailer
Worship of the Wicked Rejected
Worship: "Iniquity of the Holy Things"
Worship: Acceptable to God
Worship: David's Ordinances For
Worship: God's Presence In
Worship: Jesus Prays all Night Long
Worship: Loved by his People
Worship: On Mount Gerizim and Mount Ebal
Worship: Postures in Bowing
Worship: Public, in the Temple
Worship: The Whole Nation Required to Assemble For, Including Men, Women, Children, Servants
Worship: The Word of God Read in Public Assemblies
Worship: To be Rendered Only to God
Worship: Unclassified Scriptures Relating To
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