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Studies in Romans 12 : the Christian's sacrifice and service of praise

Author: Robert S Candlish
Publisher: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Kregel Publications, ©1989.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert S Candlish
ISBN: 0825423325 9780825423321
OCLC Number: 19519910
Notes: Reprint. Originally published: The Christian's sacrifice and service of praise. Edinburgh : C. and C. Black, 1867.
Description: 364 pages ; 21 cm
Contents: Part One: The Christian's relationship to God --
Consecration to God (Rom 12:1) --
Separation from the world (Rom. 12:2) --
Part Two: The Christian's relationship to the Church --
one body in Christ --
Qualifications for membership: self-estimation (Rom. 12:3-5) --
Diversity of gifts and offices among the members (Rom. 12:6) --
Distribution of offices and works among the members (Rom. 12:6-8) --
Love and brotherly love (Rom. 12:9, 10) --
Diligence --
fervor --
service (Rom. 12:11) --
Hope --
patience --
prayer (Rom. 12:12) --
Mutual beneficence and hospitality (Rom. 12:13) --
Part Three: The Christian's relationship to a hostile world --
The alternative of blessing or cursing (Rom. 12:14) --
The charm of the blessing: sympathy (Rom. 12:15) --
The charm of sympathy: mind accomodating itself to mind (Rom. 12:16) --
The essential conditions: generosity and honor (Rom. 12:17) --
The end sought: peace (Rom. 12:18) --
Redress and retribution: abdicated by man and left to God (Rom. 12:19) --
Good overcoming evil: the solemn issue of weal, or woe (Rom. 12:20,21) --
Force of the appeal: "Dearly beloved" (Rom. 12:19).
Other Titles: Christian's sacrifice and service of praise
Studies in Romans Twelve
Responsibility: Robert S. Candlish ; foreword by Cyril J. Barber.

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