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“As to spiritual censures, and an ecclesiastical judgment of errors and false doctrines, we find them appointed, and a lawful judge as to the determining concerning them divinely instituted; so that in such ways they may be warrantably proceeded against, Rev. xxii.”
“Spirit, without which they could not warrantably undertake their office.”
“It is said that some may warrantably and duly observe in the worship of God what is unduly and unwarrantably imposed on them by others.”
“He was warrantably its usher when the habitual interrupter bawled his stereotyped:”
“It became by the modification no more a proceeding about which we could warrantably go to war.”
“From the hereditary nature of all characteristics, whether good or bad, we learn the importance of having all desirable qualities and properties _thoroughly inbred_; or, in other words, so firmly fixed in each generation, that the next is warrantably certain to present nothing worse, -- that no ill results follow from breeding back towards some inferior ancestor, -- that all undesirable traits or points be, so far as possible, _bred out_.”
“Those only can be warrantably employed in a ministry of the ordinances of Christ, and particularly in preaching the gospel, who are thereunto called by him, and admitted according to the rule laid down in the word.”
“And none can be warrantably acknowledged and received as office-bearers, to whom that ministry is committed without some proper evidence of their being called and sent by Christ.”
“If none can warrantably preach except they be sent, we cannot warrantably attend on the ministry of any but those who we have reason to believe have Christ's call and mission.”
“Besides, all were not prophets, chap.xii. 29, and therefore all could neither prophesy, nor could warrantably attempt it.”
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