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" There is only one condition previously required of those who desire admission into these societies, "a desire to flee from the wrath to come, and to be saved from their sins. "
Roll of a Tennis Ball Through the Moral World: In a Series of Contemplations ... - Page 184
by John Stewart - 1812 - 500 pages
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The Wesley banner and revival record [afterw.] The Wesley banner [afterw ...

Samuel Dunn
...Kirk, These instructions were the means of deepening Elizabeth's serious impressions, and kindling a desire to flee from the wrath to come, and to be united in church-fellowship with the people of God. She went to Mr*. Dunn's class, and soon was able...
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A Brief History of the Wesleyan Missions on the West Coast of Africa ...

William Fox - Africa, West - 1851 - 624 pages
...God." And we may add, that none are admitted, even on trial, without affording sufficient evidence of " a desire to flee from the wrath to come, and to be saved from their sins." Although, for the reason already assigned, we cannot enlarge here, we may nevertheless...
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Wesley the worthy [by O.T. Dobbin] and Wesley the Catholic [by C. Adams].

Orlando Thomas Dobbin, Charles Adams (D.D.) - 1852 - 129 pages
...There is only one condition previouslv required of those who desire admission into these societies, — a desire to flee from the wrath to come, and to be saved from their sins ;" — it being understood that this "desire" is evinced by the appropriate fruits. Now,...
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The Rambler, a Catholic journal of home and foreign literature [&c.]. Vol.5 ...

1853
...down as the " only one condition previously required of those who desire admission into their society, a desire to flee from the wrath to come and to be saved from their sins; that this desire must be evidenced by certain fruits — by avoiding evil of every kind,...
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Wesley and his coadjutors, Volume 2

William Clark Larrabee - Methodists - 1853
...religion an inefficient and dull formality. Persons were admitted to the Church, not on profession of a " desire to flee from the wrath to come, and to be saved from their sins," nor on profession of "seeking the power" while they had "the form of godliness," but by...
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The Christian miscellany, and family visiter

1854
...holy sacrament, and imagine that fitness is not within their reach. To meet in class, and profess " a desire to flee from the wrath to come, and to be saved from their sins," is not so formidable to them as to approach the table, and eat the bread and drink the...
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Sketches of Eminent Methodist Ministers

John McClintock - Methodist Church - 1854 - 370 pages
...There is only one condition previously required of those who desire admission into these societies — a desire to flee from the wrath to come, and to be saved from their sins." They were further to evidence this desire : — " 1. By doing no harm, by avoiding evil...
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A Guide-book in the Administration of the Discipline of the Methodist ...

Osmon Cleander Baker - Eglise méthodiste épiscopale - 1855 - 253 pages
...preacher recognises the person as such. 3. The general qualifications of those who join on trial are, " a desire to flee from the wrath to come, and to be saved from their sins." This desire, however, must be evinced "by doing no harm, by avoiding evil of every kind,"...
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The Church Review

Nathaniel Smith Richardson - 1855 - 130 pages
...memberthip. "The Methodist Episcopal Church has but one condition for adult applicant!. The profession of ' a desire to flee from the wrath to come, and to be saved from their sins.' This was the old society regulation, and is still the law of the Church." This writer...
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Journals of the General Conference of the Methodist Episcopal Church, Volume 3

Methodist Episcopal Church - Methodists - 1856
...have attained an age sufficient to understand the obligations of religion, and shall give evidence of a desire to flee from the wrath to come, and to be saved from their gins, their names shall be enrolled in the list of probationers ; and if they shall continue...
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