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26-1895 General Conference Sermon by A.T. Jones

    We will begin the present lesson where we closed the former one--2 Cor. 2. To begin with, I desire to refer to the special point I made upon the statement that "they could not look to the end of that which was abolished, and the idea of the end there not being the end of it but the object--the aim of it.

25-1895 General Conference Sermon by A.T. Jones

   That we may have the subject, or rather the particular point of it, clearly before us, I will repeat a few expressions in the passages with which we closed last night's lesson:

24-1895 General Conference Sermon by A.T. Jones

The text for tonight is in Acts 10:28: "And he said unto them, Ye know how that it is an unlawful thing for a man that is a Jew to keep company or come unto one of another nation."

23-1895 General Conference Sermon by A.T. Jones

I referred last night also to a Testimony on the thought as to this contest between the spiritual powers. I will read that at this point, because it touches not only that, but this thing that we have studied right here, as to our being absolutely dependent upon the power of right, itself, to win.

22-1895 General Conference Sermon by A.T. Jones

    Our lesson tonight will begin with Ephesians 1, verses 19-21. The lesson is still the study of what we have in Christ where He is.

21-1895 General Conference Sermon by A.T. Jones

    We are still studying what we have in Christ. We must [not] forget that the Lord has raised us up and set us in Christ at His own right in the heavenly existence. And thank the Lord that that is where we abide, in His glorious kingdom. We are still studying what we have in Him where He is and what the privileges and the riches are that belong to us in Him.

20-1895 General Conference Sermon by A.T. Jones

    In John 17:4 the first clause of the verse is the words of Christ in that prayer for us all: "I have glorified thee on the earth." In the previous lesson we were brought to consider the purpose of God concerning man, even His eternal purpose and that that purpose is fulfilled before the whole universe in Jesus Christ in human flesh.

19-1895 General Conference Sermon by A.T. Jones

    We are to begin the comparison of Heb. 2:14, 15 with Rom. 6:11-14. Read first in Hebrews:

18-1895 General Conference Sermon by A.T. Jones

    We will begin our study this evening with Rom. 7:25: "With the mind I myself serve the law of God." I repeat the expression that I made in the previous lesson--that it is in the realm of the thoughts where the law of God is served, where the contention against sin is carried on and the victory won.

17-1895 General Conference Sermon by A.T. Jones

    Now as to Christ's not having "like passions" with us: In the Scriptures all the way through He is like us and with us according to the flesh. He is the seed of David according to the flesh. He was made in the likeness of sinful flesh. Don't go too far. He was made in the likeness of sinful flesh, not in the likeness of sinful mind. Do not drag His mind into it.

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