Offense: The Wicked Take, At: The Righteousness of Faith
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Of Monastic Vows.
... is against the nature of a vow to take it without ... For a wicked vow, taken against
the commandment of God, is ... It is no light offense in the Church to set forth ...
/.../various/the augsburg confession of faith/article xxvii of monastic vows.htm

Knowing that a Man is not Justified by the Work of the Law, but by ...
... justification, but is a horrible aggravation of his offense. ... Will you, dare you,
take ground on this excuse, and ... mouth will I condemn thee, thou wicked servant ...
/.../finney/lectures to professing christians/knowing that a man is.htm

Article xxviii: of Ecclesiastical Power.
... the kingdoms of this world, and to take the Empire ... exclude from the communion of
the Church wicked men, whose ... make it mortal sin, even without offense to others ...
/.../the augsburg confession of faith/article xxviii of ecclesiastical power.htm

Article iii: of Christ.
... Christ has died in vain, then the offense of the ... works, because they do them with
a wicked heart, according ... death, human nature is not able to take courage, so ...
/.../melanchthon/the apology of the augsburg confession/part 2 article iii of.htm

Article vi: of Confession and Satisfaction.
... Therefore it would be wicked to remove private absolution ... is another's, and he commands
him to take care of ... be prescribed unless the kind of offense were first ...
/.../melanchthon/the apology of the augsburg confession/part 16 article vi of.htm

The Judgment Upon Zacharias
... in the event of any delinquency, the graver his offense. ... bread." Why, such conduct
is wilful and wicked; it is ... God does not take advantage of our unbelief to ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 62 1916/the judgment upon zacharias.htm

Fifth Sunday after Trinity Exhortation to the Fruits of Faith.
... speak fairly concerning the matter of offense, but invariably ... and violence can your
enemies take from you ... reward and benefit by their wicked, venomous hatred ...
/.../luther/epistle sermons vol iii/fifth sunday after trinity exhortation.htm

A Preservative against Unsettled Notions, and Want of Principles ...
... to their system) from that moment it gives offense, and they ... with Dr. Trapp: "Be
not over much wicked: why shouldst ... enlarging is it to the soul, to take up the ...
/.../a preservative against unsettled notions.htm

The Beginning of Justification. In what Sense Progressive.
... concede to them, they are not ashamed to take for granted. ... that his object was to
avoid giving offense to the ... 2). And when Job says, "If I be wicked, woe unto ...
/.../calvin/the institutes of the christian religion/chapter 14 the beginning of.htm

Faustus is Willing to Admit that Christ May have Said that He came ...
... 673] The entrance of the law made the offense abound, not ... that we prove the man to
be wicked, not by ... Take no revenge" be the fulfillment of "Take revenge justly ...
/.../faustus is willing to admit.htm

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Romans 9:32
Why? Because they sought it not by faith, but as it were by the works of the law. For they stumbled at that stumbling stone;
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