Ministers: should Avoid Giving Unnecessary Offense
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The Folly and Danger of Being not Righteous Enough
... and rose too if you please, but take care to avoid the appearance ... to see all the
world adhere to her articles; I should rejoice to see the ministers of the ...
/.../whitefield/selected sermons of george whitefield/the folly and danger of.htm

A Preservative against Unsettled Notions, and Want of Principles ...
... of the greatest difficulty to avoid being led ... him, and all those erring ministers,
who have ... And lest prevarication should fail, downright falsehoods must be ...
/.../a preservative against unsettled notions.htm

An Account of the Organization of the Methodist Episcopal Church ...
... when you look them in the face, you should break forth ... must needs do this, were it
only to avoid idleness ... Answer Let all the ministers and preachers join as one ...
/.../chapter 3 an account of.htm

The Abrogation of the Saybrook Platform
... In order to avoid a conflict over the matter, he refused ... be the feeling that some
legislative favor should be shown ... all ministers of the gospel that now are or ...
/.../chapter xi the abrogation of.htm

The General Conference of 1840
... have not been so happy as to avoid difficulty from ... or Scriptural to confound the
positions of our ministers and people ... if they might be free they should use it ...
/.../chapter 15 the general conference.htm

Homilies on Philippians, Colossians, and Thessalonians.
... a cold kind that comes of giving great feasts ... improve, [1597]370; works by unworthy
ministers, [1598]371 ... makes trouble seem nothing, [1662]382; should be talked ...
/.../homilies on philippians colossians and.htm

On Reconciling Religious Dissensions among Christians
... on them this blindness, by giving efficacy to ... between whom the difference subsists,
should be mutually ... for due meditation: and, to avoid many inconveniences ...
/.../the works of james arminius vol 1/oration v on reconciling religious.htm

From 1787 to 1791 Inclusive
... Mr. Lee, however, endeavored to avoid, as much as ... prudence for the general harmony
of ministers and people ... for in a General Conference, which should meet once ...
/.../a history of the methodist episcopal church volume i/chapter 2 from 1787 to.htm

Chapter xlix
... perhaps lacking swords and also to avoid suspicion, may ... But in their dispersion these
ministers of the ... a tendency towards treachery and should guard against it ...
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From the Close of the General Conference of 1820 to the Beginning ...
... he would have ranked among the first ministers in the ... expressing his regret that
any difficulties should have arisen ... will be such as to avoid the possibility ...
/.../chapter 6 from the close.htm

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1 Corinthians 10:32,33
Give none offense, neither to the Jews, nor to the Gentiles, nor to the church of God:
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2 Corinthians 6:3
Giving no offense in any thing, that the ministry be not blamed:
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Ministers are Bound to Convince Gainsayers

Ministers are Bound to Endure Hardness

Ministers are Bound to Exhort

Ministers are Bound to Feed the Church

Ministers are Bound to Pray for Their People

Ministers are Bound to Preach the Gospel to All

Ministers are Bound to Rebuke

Ministers are Bound to Strengthen the Faith of Their People

Ministers are Bound to Teach

Ministers are Bound to War a Good Warfare

Ministers are Bound to Warn Affectionately

Ministers are Bound to Watch for Souls

Ministers: Ambassadors for Christ

Ministers: Authority of, is for Edification

Ministers: Called by God

Ministers: Commissioned by Christ

Ministers: Compared to Earthen Vessels

Ministers: Defenders of the Faith

Ministers: Entrusted With the Gospel

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Ministers: Faithful: Archippus

Ministers: Faithful: Barnabas

Ministers: Faithful: Epaphroditus

Ministers: Faithful: Matthias

Ministers: Faithful: Paul

Ministers: Faithful: Philip

Ministers: Faithful: Simeon

Ministers: Faithful: The Eleven Apostles

Ministers: Faithful: The Seventy

Ministers: Faithful: Timothy

Ministers: Faithful: Titus

Ministers: Faithful: Tychicus

Ministers: Have Authority from God

Ministers: Labours of, Vain, Without God's Blessing

Ministers: Ministers of Christ

Ministers: Necessity For

Ministers: Pray for the Increase of

Ministers: Qualified by God

Ministers: Sent by the Holy Spirit

Ministers: Separated to the Gospel

Ministers: should Avoid Giving Unnecessary Offense

Ministers: should be Affectionate to Their People

Ministers: should be Apt to Teach

Ministers: should be Blameless

Ministers: should be Devoted

Ministers: should be Disinterested

Ministers: should be Ensample to the Flock

Ministers: should be Gentle

Ministers: should be Holy

Ministers: should be Hospitable

Ministers: should be Humble

Ministers: should be Impartial

Ministers: should be Patient

Ministers: should be Prayerful

Ministers: should be Pure

Ministers: should be Self-Denying

Ministers: should be Sober, Just, and Temperate

Ministers: should be Strict in Ruling Their own Families

Ministers: should be Strong in Grace

Ministers: should be Studious and Meditative

Ministers: should be Watchful

Ministers: should be Willing

Ministers: should Make Full Proof of Their Ministry

Ministers: should not Be: Contentious

Ministers: should not Be: Crafty

Ministers: should not Be: Easily Dispirited

Ministers: should not Be: Entangled by Cares

Ministers: should not Be: Given to Wine

Ministers: should not Be: Greedy of Filthy Lucre

Ministers: should not Be: Lords Over God's Heritage

Ministers: should not Be: Men-Pleasers

Ministers: should Preach with Boldness

Ministers: should Preach with Consistency

Ministers: should Preach with Constancy

Ministers: should Preach with Faithfulness

Ministers: should Preach with Good Will and Love

Ministers: should Preach with Heedfulness

Ministers: should Preach with Plainness of Speech

Ministers: should Preach with Zeal

Ministers: should Preach without Charge, If Possible

Ministers: should Preach without Deceitfulness

Ministers: should Preach: According to the Oracles of God

Ministers: should Preach: Christ Crucified

Ministers: should Preach: Everywhere

Ministers: should Preach: Fully, and Without Reserve

Ministers: should Preach: Not Setting Forth Themselves

Ministers: should Preach: Not With Enticing Words of Man's Wisdom

Ministers: should Preach: Repentance and Faith

Ministers: should Seek the Salvation of Their Flock

Ministers: Specially Protected by God

Ministers: Stewards of the Mysteries of God

Ministers: The Servants of Christ's People

Ministers: Their People are Bound, to Attend to Their Instructions

Ministers: Their People are Bound, to Follow Their Holy Example

Ministers: Their People are Bound, to Give Them Joy

Ministers: Their People are Bound, to Help Them

Ministers: Their People are Bound, to Hold Them in Reputation

Ministers: Their People are Bound, to Imitate Their Faith

Ministers: Their People are Bound, to Love Them

Ministers: Their People are Bound, to not to Despise Them

Ministers: Their People are Bound, to Obey Them

Ministers: Their People are Bound, to Pray for Them

Ministers: Their People are Bound, to Regard Them As God's Messengers

Ministers: Their People are Bound, to Support Them

Ministers: when Faithful are Rewarded

Ministers: when Faithful: Approve Themselves As the Ministers of God

Ministers: when Faithful: Commend Themselves to the Consciences of Men

Ministers: when Faithful: Glory in Their People

Ministers: when Faithful: Rejoice in the Faith and Holiness of Their People

Ministers: when Faithful: Thank God for his Gifts to Their People

Ministers: when Unfaithful: Deal Treacherously With Their People

Ministers: when Unfaithful: Delude Men

Ministers: when Unfaithful: Described

Ministers: when Unfaithful: Seek Gain

Ministers: when Unfaithful: Shall be Punished

Ministers: Woe to Those Who do not Preach the Gospel

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