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" Jesus now, for now is the accepted time, and behold now is the day of salvation. "
A Sermon Preached at Haberdashers-Hall, November 30th, on Occasion of the ... - Page 33
by Thomas Gibbons - 1756 - 44 pages
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The General Baptist repository, and Missionary observer [afterw.] The ...

1844
...delusion that a better and more favorable season of mercy is before them ; they are reminded that " Behold now is the accepted time, and behold now is the day of salvation." The sinner is never admonished to wait, but to awake from his sleep of sin, and to arise from the dead...
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The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository, Volume 74

1871
...said he, with a fervour that sparkled in his eyes, and blazed again in his utterances, " now, now, now is the accepted time ; and, behold, now is the day of salvation !" But he was unequalled in the work of what has been aptly termed, " wayside service." The pulpit...
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Sermons on Miscellaneous Subjects

Methodist Church - 1849 - 465 pages
...to save all them to the uttermost, who come to God by him." Come, O, come now, delay no longer; for behold now is the accepted time, and behold now is the day of salvation. Art thou sick and sore broken, he came to " heal the broken hearted." Art thou bound in affliction...
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The Juvenile companion, and Sunday-school hive [afterw.] The ..., Volumes 5-6

...its thousands upon thousands. With infinite kindness and condescension, Jesus says "Come unto me." "Behold! now is the accepted time ; and behold ! now is the day of salvation." " Acquaint now thyself with God and be at peace, that thereby good may come untovthee." He commandeth...
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The Wesleyan methodist association magazine

1852
...seek him then, I beseech you, while he may be found, and do it speedily and with all your heart, for behold now is the accepted time, and behold now is the day ut' salvation. M. BESWICK. SPIRITUAL DEPRESSION : ITS CAUSES AND ITS CURE. "Are the consolations of...
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The Christian Witness, and Church Member's Magazine, Volume 11

Theology - 1854
...taste and see that the Lord is good ; blessed is the man that trusteth in him!" "Prove me now:" for "behold, now is the accepted time ;" and " behold, now is the day of salvation." This is our privilege ; one which God himself has graciously granted us, and which it becomes us gladly...
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The General Baptist repository, and Missionary observer [afterw ..., Volume 15

1854
...fire P All your efforts will be fruitless when the soul is lost ! Behold, now is the accepted time — behold, now is the day of salvation. To day if you will hear his voice harden not your heart. Hearken, brother, Jesus Christ is calling to you ! He says, Come...
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Memoir of Thomas Laverack Mawe [signed W.E.].

W. E - 1857
...Reader! is this your case ? If so, delay not to repent, and cast yourself on the atonement. Eemember that now is the accepted time, and behold now is the day of salvation. The calls of God and the operations of the spirit will not long continue. Be in earnest. Seek and you...
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Glimpses of both worlds; or, The whole family of Heaven and earth

John Harvey (Methodist minister.) - Christian life - 1858
...be your guide in this important matter. You might have been pardoned years ago; then why delay r " Now is the accepted time, and behold now is the day of salvation. " You need not go mourning for years, months, weeks, nor even days, before you obtain forgiveness....
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The Primitive Methodist Juvenile Magazine, Volumes 15-16

Christian literature for children
...wide, returning sinners to receive. All that feel their danger may leap even now and find safety, for behold, now is the accepted time, and behold, now is the day of salvation. T. WILKINSON. A MOSQUE NEAR EPHESUS. BEFORE we left Ephesus we went to examine the ruined but still...
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