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Show related SlideShares at end. WordPress Shortcode. Published in: Full Name Comment goes here. In these words I shall consider two things: the duty resolved upon, and the encouragement to that resolution. To cry is to pray in a holy passion; and such are usually speeding prayers Psalm ; Hebrews The encouragements to this resolution are taken from the sovereignty of God and from the experience he had of His Providence.

Saul is high, but God is the most high, and without His permission he is assured Saul cannot touch him. He had none to help, and if he had, he knew God must first help the helpers or they cannot help him.

He had no means of defence or escape before him, but the Most High is not limited by means. This is a singular prop to faith Psalm For when a business is performed and perfected, the agent then ceases and desists from working.

Grace makes the promise, and Providence the payment. Mercy is sweet in the promise, and much more so in the providential performance of it to us.

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For it cannot but be a great encouragement to his faith, that God had transacted all things, or performed all things for him. This Providence that never failed him in any of the straits that ever he met with and his life was a life of many straits he might well hope would not fail him now, though this were an extraordinary and matchless one.

Let us then bring our thoughts a little closer to this Scripture, and it will give us a fair and lovely prospect of Providence in its universal, effectual, beneficial and encouraging influence upon the affairs and concerns of the saints.

The expression imports the universal interest and influence of Providence in and upon all the concerns and interests of the saints. It not only has its hand in this or that, but in all that concerns them.

It has its eye upon every thing that relates to them throughout their lives, from first to last. Not only the great and more important, but the most minute and ordinary affairs of our lives are transacted and managed by it.

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It touches all things that touch us, whether more nearly or remotely. The text displays the efficacy of providential influences. Providence not only undertakes but perfects what concerns us. It goes through with its designs, and accomplishes what it begins.

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No difficulty so clogs it, no cross accident falls in its way, but it carries its design through it. War is coming, secrets multiply and betrayal waits in the wings The Annurian Empire's ruling family must be vigilant, as the conspiracy against them deepens.

Having discovered her father's assassin, Adare flees the Dawn Palace in search of allies. But few trust her, until she seems marked by the people's goddess in an ordeal of flame.

As Adare struggles to unite Annur, unrest breeds rival armies - then barbarian hordes threaten to invade. And unknown to Adare, her brother Valyn has fallen in with forces mustering at the empire's borders. The terrible choices they face could make war between them inevitable.Valyn, meanwhile, is left to face the Flea and his Wing.

The characters are fully realized—ugly and beautiful and ordinary in turn—and completely unique from one another. You know what I really like about this book are the women in it.

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The text displays the efficacy of providential influences. The Waking Fire. The question is what you do now.