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nature, folly, sin, and danger of being righteous over-much

Joseph Trapp

nature, folly, sin, and danger of being righteous over-much

with a particular view to the doctrines and practices of certain modern enthusiasts : being the substance of four discourses lately preached in the parish-churches of Christ-Church, and St. Lawrence Jewry, London, and St. Martin"s in the Fields, Westminster

by Joseph Trapp

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Published by Printed for S. Austen ...; L. Gilliver and J. Clarke ...; and sold by T. Cooper ... in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Church of England -- Doctrines,
  • Bible. -- O.T. -- Ecclesiastes VII, 16 -- Sermons,
  • Religion -- Philosophy,
  • Truth (Christian theology),
  • Dissenters, Religious -- England,
  • Pride and vanity

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Joseph Trapp, D.D.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination[1], 69, [1] p. (p. [70] advertisement)
    Number of Pages70
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17001084M

    It cannot be supposed, except by those who are totally unacquainted with the nature of true religion, that a man may have too much holiness, too much of the life of God in his soul! And yet a learned doctor, in three sermons on this text, has endeavored to show, out-doing Solomon's infidel, "the sin, folly, and danger of being righteous overmuch.". Folly is quite the opposite of Wisdom and this passage contrasts the two. Folly is from kesiluth (kes-eel-ooth’) and comes from the same root word as fool and can also be translated as foolish or foolishness. This is the quality of being dull and obstinate with a proclivity to make wrong choices. Folly is boisterous, hamah (haw-maw’).

    9. The Folly and Danger of not being righteous enough. (Eccles. ) A Preservative against unsettled Notions, and want of Principles, in regard to Righteousness and Christian Perfection. (Eccles. ) The Benefits of an early Piety. (Eccles ) Christ the Believer's Husband. (Isaiah ) The Potter and the Clay. (Jer. The royal sin, or adultery rebuk'd. The nature, folly, sin, and danger of being righteous over much. The nature of religious zeal. The true spirit of the Methodists. Paradisus amissus latine redditus. 2 vols, Anacreontis carmina accurate edita. A sermon [on] children in charity schools.

      This royal throne of kings, this sceptered isle, This earth of majesty, this seat of Mars, This other Eden, demi-paradise, This fortress built by Nature for herself Against infection and the hand of war, This happy breed of men, this little world, This precious stone set in the silver sea, Which serves it in the office of a wall Or as a moat defensive to a house, Against the envy of less. The Folly and Danger of Being not Righteous Enough will be of the Lord's side, and build each other up in Christian love and fellowship. Thus it is by no means to be righteous .


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Being the substance of four discourses lately Preached in the Parish-Churches of Christ-Church, and St. Lawrence Jewry, London ; and St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster.

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The nature, folly, sin and danger of being righteous over-much: with a particular view to the doctrines and practices of certain modern enthusiasts: being the substance of four discourses lately preached in the parish-churches of Christ-Church, and St.

Lawrence Jewry, London and St. Martin's in the Fields, Westminster. The nature, folly, sin, and danger of being righteous over-much: with a particular view to the doctrines and practices of certain modern enthusiasts.

Being the substance of four discourses By Joseph Trapp, D.D. The nature, folly, sin, and danger of being righteous over-much ; with a particular view to the doctrines and practices of certain modern enthusiasts.: Being the substance of four discourses lately preached in the Parish-Churches of Christ-Church, and St.

Lawrence Jewry, London ; and St. Martin's in the fields, Westminster. The nature, folly, nature, and danger, of being righteous over-much: with a particular view to the doctrines and practices of certain modern enthusiasts. Being the substance of four discourses Lately Preached in the Parish-Churches of Christ-Church, and St.

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She was born in London, England of Caribbean parents and has lived in the U.S. for the past twelve years/5(13). And here, It is by no means to be righteous over-much, to affirm we must have the same Spirit of God as the first Apostles had, and must feel that Spirit upon our hearts.

By receiving the Spirit of God, is not to be understood, that we are to be inspired to show outward signs and wonders. A serious answer to Dr. Trapp's four sermons on the sin, folly and danger of being righteous over much. Extracted from Mr. Law. By John Wesley, [Law, William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

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Law. By John Wesley. Ecclesiastes Be not righteous overmuch — This verse and the next have a manifest reference to Ecclesiastesbeing two inferences drawn from the two clauses of the observation there n may here be considered as speaking in the person of an ungodly man, who takes occasion to dissuade men from righteousness, because of the danger which attends it.

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Being the substance of four discourses (London, Printed for S. Austen, ), by Joseph Trapp (page images at HathiTrust) The way of holiness. George Whitefield Sermon 9 The Folly and Danger of Being Not Righteous Enough Ecclesiastes“Be not righteous overmuch, neither make thyself over-wise: why shouldst thou destroy thyself?”.

Nothing is more frequent, than while people are living in a course of sin, and after the fashion and manner of the world, there is not notice taken of them; neither are their ways displeasing to. An extract from An earnest and serious answer to Dr.

Trapp's Discourse, of the folly, sin, and danger of being righteous over-much / By William Law, M.A Law, William, [ Book, Microform: ] View online (access conditions) At 2 libraries.

Joseph Trapp – The Nature, Folly, Sin, and Danger, of Being Righteous Over-much (against George Whitefield). George Whitefield went to Christ Church, Newgate Street, on 29 Apriland heard Trapp preach against him one of four discourses on "the nature, folly, sin, and danger of being righteous overmuch;" they were printed in   Our nature, by the corruption of the first sin being so deeply curved in on itself (incurvatus in se) that it not only bends the best gifts of God towards itself and enjoys them, as is plain in the works-righteous and hypocrites, or rather even uses God himself in order to attain these gifts, but it also fails to realize that it so wickedly.

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: The Works of the Reverend William Law, vol. 6 contains “An Earnest and Serious Answer to Dr. Trapp’s Discourse on the Folly, Sin and Danger of Being Righteous Over-Much” and “An Appeal to All That Doubt or Disbelieve the Truths of the Gospel.” In the Logos edition, this volume is .