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    Sinclair Ferguson's got a new commentary out on Jonah. Looks great!
    Rev. Lane Keister
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    Quote Originally Posted by greenbaggins View Post
    Sinclair Ferguson's got a new commentary out on Jonah. Looks great!
    That isn't a rehash of Man Overboard is it?
    Daniel
    In transition, but Covenanter Presbyterian by conviction
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    "May that happy period soon arrive when the unclouded glory of divine revelation will shine from pole to pole; when men every where will see eye to eye, in all things that are connected with divine glory, and with their own eternal felicity." William Stavely (Irish Covenanter), An appeal to light (1796), pp 143-4

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Ritchie View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by greenbaggins View Post
    Sinclair Ferguson's got a new commentary out on Jonah. Looks great!
    That isn't a rehash of Man Overboard is it?
    It is Man Overboard.
    Daniel
    In transition, but Covenanter Presbyterian by conviction
    Northern Ireland
    "May that happy period soon arrive when the unclouded glory of divine revelation will shine from pole to pole; when men every where will see eye to eye, in all things that are connected with divine glory, and with their own eternal felicity." William Stavely (Irish Covenanter), An appeal to light (1796), pp 143-4

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    Rev. Benjamin P. Glaser, M. Div, ARP
    Pastor, Ellisville Presbyterian Church, ARP
    Ellisville, Mississippi

    ‎‎""The Christian religion is the religion of sinners, of such as have sinned, and in whom sin in some measure still dwells. The Christian life is a life of continued repentance, humiliation for and mortification of sin, of continual faith in, thankfulness for, and love to the Redeemer, and hopeful joyful expectation of a day of glorious redemption, in which the believer shall be fully and finally acquitted, and sin abolished for ever."
    -- Matthew Henry on 1 John 1:9


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