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... very evident that John's doctrine was from heaven , because it related entirely
to spiritual things , and his life - and conversation were con . sistent with it :
therefore they were inexcusable who did 8x0t pay attention to what he taught .
... that on this occasion he appeared to his disciples when they were engaged in
their worldly business , that he did not interrupt them , but through his divine
power gave them miraculous assistance . From hence we are taught taught to
These benevolent miracles , and the heavenly doctrines taught by Philip , caused
great joy in the city ; but there was a certain man in Samaria named Simon , who
had formerly , under a pretence of being possessed of supernatural powers ...
Each of these had his disciples or follow . ers , to whom he taught his particular
opinions . Whoever pretended to Icarning or virtue , the greatest magistrates ,
generals , and even kings , ranged themselves under their discipline , and were ...
Here the Apostle was interrupted , or it is likely that , having taught them
repentance towards God , he would have taught them also faith in JESUS
CHEST , and declared his union with God . We may perceive how excellently
calculated this dis ...
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