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" Ye will not come to me, that ye may have life.' It is true I am undone if I come not to thee, but I cannot come unless I leave that which cleaveth close unto me, and how can I part with it? I... "
Some Account of Circumstances in the Life of Mary Pennington [sic.]from Her ... - Page 11
by Mary Penington - 1821 - 103 pages
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Friends' Quarterly Examiner, Volume 12

1878
...writes : — " Immediately it arose in my mind ... I must do what I know to be the Lord's will. . . . It is true I am undone if I come not to Thee, but...unless I leave that which cleaveth close unto me ; and how can I part with it ? ... I never had peace or quiet, from sore exercise of mind, for many months,...
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The Penns & Peningtons of the Seventeenth Century: In Their Domestic and ...

Maria Webb - 1877 - 446 pages
...which I had then a just detestation of. Oh ! how I did long not to be left secure or quiet till the evil was done away ! How often did this run through...unless I leave that which cleaveth close unto me, and how can I part with it? I saw the Lord would be just in casting me off, and not giving me [divine]...
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New Series of Annals of the Early Friends: Richard Davies and Other ...

Frances Anne Budge - England - 1879
...She writes : — " Immediately it arose in my mind, .... I must do what I know to be the Lord's will It is true I am undone if I come not to Thee, but...unless I leave that which cleaveth close unto me ; and how can I part with it \ .... I never had peace or quiet, from sore exercise of mind, for many months,...
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Annals of the Early Friends

Frances Anne Budge - Quakers - 1880 - 174 pages
...She writes : — " Immediately it arose in my mind, .... I must do what I know to be the Lord's will It is true I am undone if I come not to Thee, but...unless I leave that which cleaveth close unto me; and how can I part with it? .... 1 never had peace or quiet, from sore exercise of mind, for many months,...
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The life of the soul in the world

Frederick Charles Woodhouse - Devotional literature - 1881 - 369 pages
...will stand out as they are, as they have made themselves by neglect and waste and perversion. " Ye will not come to Me that ye may have life." It is men's own fault. The Tree of Life is no more forbidden, no more shut in with gates and guarded by angels'...
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The new and living way: an orderly arrangement and exposition to the ...

Milton Spenser Terry - Theology, Doctrinal - 1902 - 134 pages
...those of Jesus in John vi, 44, and v, 40 : "No man can come to me, except the Father draw him," and "Ye will not come to me, that ye may have life." It is the part of God first to draw and lead by the convicting operations of his Spirit ; and after this...
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The Sunday School Journal, Volume 36

Religious education - 1904
...positive decision. Hence it is not the emotion but the volition that is most vital. So Jesus said, "Ye _ { e c, :7ؐ? C_ ˺ : ^GW ~ e :{t| the act of the will. Then, though many things may precede and lead up to the volition, the decision...
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Bread and Salt from the Word of God: In Sixteen Sermons

Theodor Zahn - Lutheran Church - 1905 - 306 pages
...and ye have not His Word abiding in you. Ye think that ye have eternal life in the Scriptures, and ye will not come to Me that ye may have life." It is possible to honour the Bible and to read it diligently, and yet not to hear the voice of God or to...
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Biblical Dogmatics: An Exposition of the Principal Doctrines of the Holy ...

Milton Spenser Terry - Bible - 1907 - 608 pages
...those of Jesus in John vi, 44, and v, 40 : "No man can come to me, except the Father draw him," and "Ye will not come to me that ye may have life." It is the part of God first to draw and lead by the convicting operations of hia Spirit ; and after this...
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"We Would See Jesus,"

David James Burrell - 1914 - 94 pages
...the last reduction, the stubborn will must yield or God cannot come in. There lies the trouble. "Ye will not come to me that ye may have life." It is difficult to imagine how God could have created a man in his own likeness and after his image without...
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