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" No man can come unto me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him ; and I will raise him up at the last day. "
The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral, & philosophical ... - Page 375
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Universalism Against Itself: A Scriptural Analysis of the Doctrine

Alexander Wilford Hall - Universalism - 1883 - 336 pages
...the sense of invite, and hence cannot be compulsatory. We have this word explained by the Saviour: "No man can come unto me except the Father which hath sent me draw him." [Jo. 6. 44.] Now how is this drawing to be affected ? Read the next verse: " It is written...
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Sermons for the Church's year, original and selected, ed. by W. Benham, Volume 2

William Benham - 1883
...things to know and do God's will. And thus we arrive at the truth contained in our Lord's declaration, ' No man can come unto Me, except the Father which hath sent Me, draw him,' and cannot but admit the strict accuracy of the expression in the inspired narrative...
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The Church Cyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Church Doctrine, History ...

Angelo Ames Benton - Religion - 1883 - 810 pages
...trembling, for it is GOD which worketh in you both to will, and to do, of His good pleasure." So our LORD, " no man can come unto Me except the FATHER, which hath sent Me, draw him." But we are to beware of whatiscalled irresistible grace. An irresistible grace supplants...
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The Church Cyclopaedia: A Dictionary of Church Doctrine, History ...

Angelo Ames Benton - Religion - 1883 - 810 pages
...trembling, for it is GOD which worketh in you both to will, and to do, of His good pleasure." So our LORD, " no man can come unto Me except the FATHER, which hath sent Me, draw him." But we are to beware of what is called irresistible grace. An irresistible grace supplants...
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The Church Cyclopędia: A Dictionary of Church Doctrine, History ...

Angelo Ames Benton - Christianity - 1884 - 810 pages
...trembling, for it is GOD which worketh in you both to will, and to do, of His good pleasure." So our LORD, " no man can come unto Me except the FATHER, which hath sent Me, draw him." But we are to beware of what is called irresistible grace. An irresistible grace supplants...
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Touchstones; or, Christian graces and characters tested

Ashton Oxenden (bp. of Montreal.) - Christian life - 1884
...wills, and attract their affection. That saying of our Lord's was as true of them, as of ourselves, ' No man can come unto me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him.' Indeed there is a special blessing promised to iis, who are debaiTed from the privilege...
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Tracts for the people, by the author of 'Tracts for the poor'.

mrs. A Hoblyn - 1885
...from heaven to do the will of God, and declared, "All that the Father giveth me shall come to me, and no man can come unto me except the Father which hath sent me draw him." And this same Jesus, who declared, " I lay down my life for the sheep," rose from the...
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The purpose of the ages, or The final salvation of all

David Wardlaw Scott - Bible - 1885 - 39 pages
...power over all : " I will draw all men unto me." The same word for draw is used here as in John vi. 44, "No man can come unto me except the Father, which hath sent me, draw him." It is the love of the Lord Jesus which attracts, not His terrors. It is the exceeding...
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Love Revealed. Meditations on the Parting Words of Jesus with His Disciples ...

George Bowen - 1885 - 396 pages
...eyes Jesus had opened ; " as for this Jesus, we know that he is a sinner." Jesus truly testified, " No man can come unto me except the Father, which hath sent me, draw him." That which drew men to Christ was an influence from God himself. No man need be afraid...
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Philosophy and Religion: A Series of Addresses, Essays and Sermons Designed ...

Augustus Hopkins Strong - Philosophy and religion - 1888 - 632 pages
...carnal mind is enmity against God, for it is not subject to the law of God, neither indeed can be. " " No man can come unto me, except the Father which hath sent me draw him. " And of the latter sort are the following : "Who maketh thee to differ? What hast thou,...
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