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When a woman can find no mischief to do, your doctrine is, that her vocation is over, and she had better go to heaven at once.
The righteous shall be saved with a scarcely, that is, through much difficulty; he shall go to heaven through many sad fears of hell.
Leven’s, all cut to pieces; — and so had the English life-guards too, had it not been for some regiments upon the right, who marched up boldly to their relief, and received the enemy’s fire in their faces, before any one of their own platoons discharged a musket, — they’ll go to heaven for it, — added Trim. —
He had the reputation of saying he did not want to go to heaven if any "niggers" were there.
Dream not to go to heaven by any nearer or easier way than Christ hath trained unto us in his word: the way to heaven is not easy or common, but straight and narrow (Matt.vii. 14;) yea, so narrow, that Christ protesteth that a rich man shall hardly enter into the kingdom of heaven (Matt.xix. 23), and that those that enter are but a few (Matt.vii. 14; xxii. 14), and that those few cannot get in but by striving
The celebrated Jesse Mercer was a moving spirit amidst the excited multitude, and Daniel Duffie, who, as a most intolerant Methodist, and an especial hater of the Baptist Church and all Baptists, was there also, willing to lay down all ecclesiastical prejudice, and go to heaven even with Jesse Mercer, because he was a Troup man.