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The majesty and condescension of God

The majesty and condescension of God

a sermon, delivered at the opening of the Presbyterian Church in Port Republic, on Christmas day, 1812.

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Published by Printed by Isaac Collett in Staunton [Va.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • God -- Attributes -- Sermons.,
  • Church dedication sermons.,
  • Sermons, American.

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    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 28000.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination39 p.
    Number of Pages39
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17708271M

    According to our text in Psalm 8, God’s majesty is witnessed or seen in various ways. 1- God’s majesty is seen in the heavens 2- God’s majesty is heard from the children 3- God’s majesty is witnessed by the enemy Scripture: Psalms Denomination: Christian/Church Of Christ. THE INFINITE. CONDESCENSION OF JEHOVAH, MANIFESTED IN. DWELLING ON THE EARTH. Sermon 1 KINGS But will God indeed dwell on the Earth? Solomon, having finished the building of the temple, and placed all the vessels thereof in their proper situation, the Lord took up his residence therein; which was signified by the cloud filling the temple, a symbol of the glorious presence of God; . This is part 12 of a verse-by-verse Bible Study Series in Philippians. This audio sermon and transcript is entitled 'The Majesty And Humility Of Christ - Part 2', and is from the ministry of David Legge, a Christian preacher and Bible teacher from Belfast, Northern Ireland.


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It is at the extremity of His suffering, His greatest condescension, that we witness the majesty of His mission. It was at this time of His greatest humiliation and lowest state that He gave greatest glory to His Father in Heaven and then signaled the completion of His mission by simply uttering the words “Father, it is finished, thy will is.

On a side-note, I followed up this book with Bruce Ware's "The Man Christ Jesus: Theological Reflections on the Humanity of Christ" and I was easily able to follow along with Ware's book as the groundwork for the condescension and incarnation from a biblical point of view had been laid by Oliphint's book (if you haven't read Ware's book please Cited by: 5.

Jonathan Edwards expressed the polarities of God in terms of anger and compassion, majesty (infinite highness) and humble (infinite) condescension, humility and exaltation. As recorded in hymns and writings, the Jewish religion sees God as just and (but) merciful at the same by: Whether you've loved the book or not, if you give your honest and detailed thoughts then people will find new books that are right for them.

1 God with Us: Divine Condescension and the Attributes of God. "The essential meaning of Calvin's life and preaching," writes John Piper, "is that he recovered and embodied a passion for the absolute reality and majesty of God. Such is the aim and burden of this book as well." As Piper concisely unfolds this predominant theme in Calvin's life, he seeks to fire every Christian's passion for the centrality.

The Majesty and Condescension of God 1 Praise the Lord. Praise, O servants of the Lord, Praise the name of the Lord. The Majesty and Condescension of God Praise[ a] the Lord. Praise, O servants of the Lord, Praise the name of the Lord. Thus the condescension of God is that he is the Father literally of a Son born in mortality, in the language here, a Son born “after the manner of the flesh.” Now we are all the spirit children of this glorious and omnipotent being.

We dwelt with him for an infinite period of time in the premortal life. The condescension of God is the descent of Christ below all things. He came to earth to dwell as a man, and suffered more than any man who has ever lived in order to redeem the children of God, that they might inherit His kingdom.

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Encontre diversos livros escritos por Oliphint, K. Scott com ótimos s: 6. So, this past week as we have been studying the Book of Mormon, we have discussed a certain tenet of Christian theology: the condescension of God.

A main concept of the condescension of God is that Jesus Christ descended from Heaven to become a man. Dubose’s book is significant because it reintroduced the word “missional” for many people. However, even more significant is the message of how “sending” is in the very nature of God.

Dubose carefully walks through the entire scriptures to show how God is such a Sender that He even sends Himself for our sakes and His glory. The majesty and condescension of God. A sermon, delivered at the opening of the Presbyterian Church in Port Republic; on Christmas Day, Published by the request of the congregation.

AS IS THE MAJESTY, SO ALSO IS THE MERCY OF OUR GOD (ver. This condescension of God to things on earth respects, the regard which He has had for our race, for the race fallen indeed as it is, poor, and seated in the dust, and lying on the dunghill.

Get this from a library. The majesty and condescension of God.: a sermon, delivered at the opening of the Presbyterian Church in Port Republic ; on Christmas Day, Published by the request of the congregation. [George Bourne; First Presbyterian Church (Port Republic, Va.)].

The Book of Mormon prophet Nephi 1 (c. B.C.) was asked by an angel, "Knowest thou the condescension of God?" (1 Ne. Nephi was then shown in a vision a virgin who was to become "the mother of the Son of God, after the manner of the flesh" (verse 18).

The gift of the Son of God to the world is “the meaning of the tree” of life from Lehi’s dream, defined specifically as “the love of God” (1 Nephi –22, 25). Elder Maxwell taught: “The tree of life is the love of God. The love of God for His children is most profoundly expressed in His gift of.

The Majesty and Condescension of God - Praise the Lord. Praise, O servants of the Lord, Praise the name of the Lord. Blessed be the name of the Lord From this time forth and forevermore.

From the rising of the sun to its going down The Lord’s name is to be praised. The Lord is high above all nations, His glory above the heavens. Who is like the Lord our God, Who dwells on high. Scott Oliphint (PhD, Westminster Theological Seminary) is professor of apologetics and systematic theology at Westminster Theological Seminary in Philadelphia and has written numerous scholarly articles and books, including God With is also the co-editor of the two-volume Christian Apologetics Past and Present: A Primary Source Reader and Revelation and Reason: New Essays in.

The book deals with the attributes of God, not so much in the traditional way they are studied, but in examining them with their relation to God's covenant condescension to man. Oliphint writes that God's "voluntary condescension" was necessary for "for us to have anything to do with God 4/5(11).

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This book leads the reader to think biblically about who God is and how he in his eminence can condescend to us in our finite surroundings.

Oliphint’s unique approach to the attributes of God will appeal to anyone desiring a biblical perspective on God’s nature, whether for academic reasons or personal advancement.

condescension of God. 1 Ye that delight to serve the Lord / /watts/the psalms of david/psalm 1 0 proper time With God is Terrible Majesty. Scott Oliphant's book on the Majesty of Mystery is a beautiful theological study on the person of God. Covering in-depth theological discussions such as the Trinity and the Incarnation, Oliphant takes readers on a beautifully-illustrated journey into the riches of the glory of God/5(9).

The God who exceeds all human understanding nevertheless makes himself known to us in the Word written and the Word made flesh.

The God in whom there is no sin takes our sin upon himself so that we might be saved. The God who created the universe helps us when we are weak. In these ways and countless others, God condescends for our sake. "The condescension of God" is referred to again with reference to the baptism of Christ (v.

In this instance it means Christ's condescension to submit to an ordinance designed for sinners. He does it not because the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob is in need of baptism, but to fulfill all righteousness, according to the will of the Father.

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And since Moses said it would eventually transpire, there needs to be a generation of Americans trained and motivated to put it into effect. This piece received an Honorable Mention in the Book of Mormon Central Art Contest. Inspired by 1 Nephi In Nephi's vision, he sees the mother of the son of God and learns that God Himself shall be born to a virgin "most beautiful and fair above all other virgins" and that God's love for his children is shown by his sending his.

Condescension of God. Author: Merrill, Byron R. The Book of Mormon prophet Nephi 1 (c. B.C.) was asked by an angel, "Knowest thou the condescension of God?" (1 Ne. Nephi was then shown in a vision a virgin who was to become "the mother of the Son of God, after the manner of the flesh" (verse 18).

The depth and majesty of this sacrifice is magnificently expressed in Nephi’s portion of the vision when he is asked about “the condescension of God” and the associated principles of sacrifice and service that are so movingly taught as we learn of the Father’s and Son’s example for each of us (see 1 Nephi –33).

The Majesty of God Gerald Harris Isaiah In May I was in Israel and we went to the Qumran where the Dead Sea Scrolls were found in The best preserved of the scrolls and the only one that is most complete is the Book of Isaiah.

It is one thousand years older than the oldest manuscripts of the Hebrew Bible known to us before the scroll's discovery. Majesty and Meekness: A Comparative Study of Contrast and Harmony in the Concept of God Studies in a Christian World View: Author: John Braisted Carman: Publisher: Wm. Eerdmans Publishing, ISBN:Length: pages: Subjects.

The word “heavens” in the first verse of Psalm 19 emphatically draws our attention immediately upward to the creation of God. David, the shepherd and author of this praise was overcome with the majesty of the God of Abraham as his eyes focused on the works of His hand.

God's Glory Revealed God, Sovereignty Of God, Uniqueness Of God, Greatness Of Headship God, Glory Of Yours, O Lord, is the greatness and the power and the glory and the victory and the majesty, indeed everything that is in the heavens and the earth; Yours is the dominion, O Lord, and You exalt Yourself as head over all.

Note how Nephi was likewise privileged to watch the condescension of the Son of Man. The young Book of Mormon prophet was explicitly told that he was there to be a witness of Christ: “and him shall ye witness; and after ye have witnessed him ye shall bear record that it is the Son of God” (1 Nephialso see 1 Nephi ff.).

In The Majesty of Mystery: Celebrating the Glory of an Incomprehensible God, author K. Scott Oliphint endeavors to spell out what divine mystery is in Scripture, what we are to believe regarding it, and how Christians are to worshipfully respond in light of it.

One must comprehend God’s Majesty, I say, in the otherwise the divine commandments are in a book (Rev. The ancient record of God’s commandments have been written in a book because God was waiting for a Man worthy to be enthroned as the overseer and enforcer of the The Condescension of God Theology for the Sanctified The Final.

After Nephi witnesses the scene with his own two eyes, the angel of the Lord declares, “behold the condescension of God” (1 Nephi ). And truly it was the epitome of condescension. The greatest being of all born into the humblest circumstances of all.

The God of the universe sharing quarters with common cattle. "The essential meaning of Calvin's life and preaching," writes John Piper, "is that he recovered and embodied a passion for the absolute reality and majesty of God.

Such is the aim and burden of this book as well." As Piper concisely unfolds this predominant theme in Calvin's life, he seeks to fire every Christian's passion for the centrality.

The Condescension of Christ "For ye know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that, though he was rich, yet for your sake he became poor, that ye through his poverty might be rich."—2 Cor.

The apostle, in this chapter, was endeavoring to stir up the Corinthians to liberality. Psalm (NKJV) Praise [] the Lord!. Praise, O servants of the Lord, Praise the name of the Lord! 2 Blessed be the name of the Lord From this time forth and forevermore! 3 From the rising of the sun to its going down The Lord’s name is to be praised.

4 The Lord is high above all nations, His glory above the heavens.28 Verses About Majesty from 11 Books Chronicles-1 Thine, O LORD, [is] the greatness, and the power, and the glory, and the victory, and the majesty: for all [that is] in the heaven and in the earth [is thine]; thine [is] the kingdom, O LORD, and thou art exalted as head above all.