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There is no sinfulness in the will and affections without some error in the understanding. All lusts which a natural man lives in, are lusts of ignorance.
There is nothing which any way pertaineth to the worship of God left to the determination of human laws.
How small regard is had to the oath of God by men professing the name of God.
The Lord Jesus will be revealed mightily, and will make bare his holy Arm, as well in the confusion of Antichrist, as in the conversion of the Jews, before the last judgment, and the end of all things.
The pride of life hath corrupted the judgment of others, and perverted them in the way of religion.
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George Gillespie was a Scottish theologian.
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