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13 페이지 - God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes. There shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain : for the former things are passed away.
17 페이지 - Rev. zxi. 4. finished dignity and honor, after the education and discipline of this world, and be endowed with every excellence which we can wish them to have. What pleasure will it give, to meet them in these circumstances ? How delightful will be our intercourse with them, when they, together with ourselves, shall be thus changed and improved ! Once more. In the future world, there will be no such painful separations from our friends, as we now suffer.
14 페이지 - Who for the joy that was set before him, endured the cross, and despised the shame, and is now set down at the right hand of God.
17 페이지 - One of the particulars that most requires our notice here, is, that our friends will then have lost their present weaknesses. They will not then be such frail and helpless beings as we now see them. They will not be liable to be ensnared by temptations, or ruffled by unreasonable passions. They will not be hasty in their judgments, capricious in their tempers, or narrow in their opinions. Every wrong bias will be taken from their wills, and the imperfections which now render them less amiable, will...
18 페이지 - But in the heavenly state, we shall feel no sorrow of this kind. Our friends will be immortal. Our happiness in them will be liable to no abatements from the sad apprehension of being soon parted from them, and seeing them sink under decay and sickness. We shall never be witnesses to any such shocking scenes as their expiring agonies. The cruel hand of death will not be able there to reach them, and to tear them from our embraces. They will flourish in eternal health and vigour, and be with us for...
7 페이지 - Jesus therefore died, the Just for the unjust, that he might bring us unto God.
17 페이지 - ... unreasonable passions. They will not be hasty in their judgments, capricious in their tempers, or narrow in their opinions. Every wrong bias will be taken from their wills, and the imperfections which now render them less amiable, will be removed. Our hearts shall never more ache for their troubles, or feel anguish on their account. They will be past all storms, cured of all follies, and eased of all pains. They will appear in finished dignity and honour, after the education and discipline of...