The great duty of self-resignation to the divine will By the late ... John Worthington, ... The seventh edition, corrected, and improved in sundry places from the author"s own MSS; by his son J.W. ... To which is prefixed, the character of Dr. Worthington, by Archbishop Tillotson. by Worthington, John

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Of self resignation to God as our Owner: Motives, Marks Q Must I forbear a certain great duty An Appendix of the Reasons and measure of Divine and Self-love. ; CHAP. Subordinate Directions, against the Great sins most directly contrary to Godliness.

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Oh, therefore self-resignation to God, self-loathing, self-judging, divine meditation, praying in the Spirit.But then, as there are external duties—just so, there are internal and spiritual duties—such as self-examination, self-resignation to God, self-loathing, self-judging, divine meditation, praying in the Spirit, watchfulness over the heart, and making application of the blood of Christ, the death of Christ, the grace of Christ, the love of.Here is a list of contents of John Wesley’s Christian Library: Volume 1: The Apostolic Fathers, Macarius of Egypt, Johann Arndt’s True Christianity.

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