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  • Prayers of the Bible: D.L. Moody Sermons | D.L. Moody

    Prayers of the Bible: D.L. Moody Sermons

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    • By D.L. Moody
    • Narrated By Nathan Long
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    The Apostle James tells us that the prophet Elijah was a man ''subject to like passions as we are''. I am thankful that those men and women who were so mighty in prayer were just like ourselves. We are apt to think that those prophets and mighty men and women of old times were different from us. To be sure they lived in a much darker age, but they were of like passions with ourselves.

  • Affections and Emotions of God | Charles Finney

    Affections and Emotions of God

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    • By Charles Finney
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    I am to show, that God is a moral agent, i.e. that he possesses and exercises the powers of moral agency, intelligence, will, conscience and all those susceptibilities that lays mind open to the full force of motives. That he is such an agent, I infer from the fact that man was created in his image; and we know from consciousness that we possess and exercise the powers of moral agency.

  • Heaven: Its Hope | D.L. Moody

    Heaven: Its Hope

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    • By D.L. Moody
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    A great many persons imagine that anything said about heaven is only a matter of speculation. They talk about heaven much as they would about the air. Now there would not have been so much in Scripture on this subject if God had wanted to leave the human race in darkness about it. ''All Scripture,'' we are told, ''is given by inspiration of God, and is profitable for doctrine, for reproof, for correction, for instruction in righteousness, that the man of God may be perfect.

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