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We are also taught by Peter's example , what little reason there is to promise
ourselves success against temptations which are of our own seeking . Peter had
warning given him , and was told by One whose word he might have taken , but
Our LORD knowing this , promised before his death that after he was risen , he
would go before ... into Galilee , with a promise that they should see him ; which
was intended not to alter any resolution they may be supposed to have formed ,
Our LORD commanded his Apostles not to depart from Jerusalem to pursue their
worldly business , but to wait for the accomplishment of the Divine promise ,
relating to the descent of the Holy Spirit * ; because it was the Divine will , that the
This promise was remarkably fulfilled at this time ; for the most learned and
eloquent man in the world could not have chosen better arguments , or
conducted his disa course with more propriety than Peter did , who was originally
an ignorant ...
How comfortable is it to know , that our sins will be remitted , and the gift of the
Holy Spirit bestowed on us , if we do not obsti . nately resist its Divine influence —
for the promise was made not for the Apostles and the immediate disciples of ...
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