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Entire Sanctification

ADAM CLARKE: HOLINESS SAINT AND SCHOLAR The name of Adam Clarke is synonymous with biblical scholarship and rightly so. His Commentary and Critical Notes on the entire Bible was completed in 1826 and it represented more than 30 years of intense research and writing. Other scholars have written comme... Read More

Entire Sanctification 1. Adam Clarke: Holiness Saint And Scholar

BY DR. ADAM CLARKE ABOUT ADAM CLARKE Adam Clarke's treatise on entire sanctification follows If you know little about Adam Clarke beyond the fact that he authored "Clarke's Commentary," you might enjoy reading the following sketch about him before reading his treatise on entire sanctification. Clark... Read More

Entire Sanctification 2. Entire Sanctification

The word "sanctify" has two meanings. 1. It signifies to consecrate, to separate from earth and common use, and to devote or dedicate to God and his service. 2. It signifies to make holy or pure. Many talk much, and indeed well, of what Christ has done for us: but how little is spoken of what he is ... Read More

Entire Sanctification 3. The Doctrine Of Salvation By Faith Proved

OR, AN ANSWER TO THE IMPORTANT QUESTION, WHAT MUST I DO TO BE SAVED? SECOND EDITION (1819 Version) Father, thy word is past; man shall find grace. And shall grace not find means?--- Atonement for himself, or offering meet, Indebted and undone, HE none can bring. Behold ME then; me for him, life for ... Read More

The Ordination And Sacrament Question

At ten o'clock the London and Bristol trustees were admitted. Mr. Pine was spokesman. He read an address and resolutions. They were: 1. That there be no ordination, no ecclesiastical titles among the preachers; that Baptism and the Lord's Supper never be administered by any who are not episcopally o... Read More

Adam Clarke Commentary 1 Chronicles 1

Introduction The genealogy of Adam to Noah, 1 Chronicles 1:1-3. Of Noah to Abraham, vv. 4-27. The sons of Abraham, Ishmael, and Isaac, 1 Chronicles 1:28. The sons of Ishmael, 1 Chronicles 1:29, 1 Chronicles 1:33. The sons of Esau, 1 Chronicles 1:34-42. A list of the kings of Edom, 1 Chronicles 1:43-... Read More

Adam Clarke Commentary 1 Chronicles 10

Introduction A fatal battle between the Israelites and Philistines in Gilboa, in which Saul is mortally wounded, and has three sons slain, 1 Chronicles 10:1-6. The Israelites being totally routed, the Philistines, coming to strip the dead, find Saul and has three sons among the slain; they cut off S... Read More

Adam Clarke Commentary 1 Chronicles 11

Introduction David is anointed king in Hebron, 1 Chronicles 11:1-3. He wars against the Jebusites, and takes their city, 1 Chronicles 11:4-9. An account of David‘s three mightiest heroes; and particularly of their hazardous exploit in bringing water from the well of Beth-lehem, 1 Chronicles 11:10-19... Read More

Adam Clarke Commentary 1 Chronicles 12

Introduction The different persons, captains, etc., who joined themselves to David at Ziklag, vv. 1-22. Those who joined him at Hebron, out of the different tribes; Judah, Simeon, Levi, the house of Aaron, Benjamin, Ephraim, Manasseh, Issachar, Zebulun, Naphtali, Dan, Asher, Reuben, etc., to the amo... Read More

Adam Clarke Commentary 1 Chronicles 13

Introduction David consults with his officers, and resolves to bring back the ark from the house of Abinadab, 1 Chronicles 13:1-4. They place it on a new cart, and Uzza and Ahio drive the cart; the oxen stumbling, Uzza puts forth his hand to save the ark from falling, and he is smitten by the Lord, ... Read More

Adam Clarke Commentary 1 Chronicles 14

Introduction Hiram sends artificers and materials to David, to build him a house, 1 Chronicles 14:1, 1 Chronicles 14:2. David‘s wives and children, 1 Chronicles 14:3-7. He defeats the Philistines in two battles: one in the valley of Rephaim, 1 Chronicles 14:8-12; and the other at Gibeon and Gazer, 1... Read More

Adam Clarke Commentary 1 Chronicles 15

Introduction David prepares to bring home the ark, and musters the Levites, 1 Chronicles 15:1-11. They sanctify themselves, and bear the ark upon their shoulders, 1 Chronicles 15:12-15. The solemnities observed on the occasion, 1 Chronicles 15:16-26. David dances before the ark, and is despised by h... Read More

Adam Clarke Commentary 1 Chronicles 16

Introduction David brings the ark into its tent; and offers sacrifices, peace-offerings, and burnt-offerings, 1 Chronicles 16:1, 1 Chronicles 16:2; and gives portions to the people of Israel, 1 Chronicles 16:3. He appoints proper ministers and officers for the ark, 1 Chronicles 16:4-6. He delivers a... Read More

Adam Clarke Commentary 1 Chronicles 17

Introduction David consults Nathan about building a temple for God, 1 Chronicles 17:1, 1 Chronicles 17:2. God sends him an answer by Nathan, informing him that Solomon shall build the house, 1 Chronicles 17:3-14. David receives the Divine purpose with humility and joy, and gives God praise, 1 Chroni... Read More

Adam Clarke Commentary 1 Chronicles 18

Introduction David smites the Philistines, and takes Gath, 1 Chronicles 18:1. Reduces the Moabites, 1 Chronicles 18:2. Vanquishes Hadarezer, king of Zobah, 1 Chronicles 18:3, 1 Chronicles 18:4. Overcomes the Syrians of Damascus, and takes several of their cities, 1 Chronicles 18:5-8. Tou, king of Ha... Read More

Adam Clarke Commentary 1 Chronicles 19

Introduction David sends a congratulatory message to Hanun, king of Ammon, 1 Chronicles 19:1, 1 Chronicles 19:2. He treats the messengers with great incivility, 1 Chronicles 19:3, 1 Chronicles 19:4. David is exasperated, but condoles with the degraded messengers, 1 Chronicles 19:5. The Ammonites pre... Read More

Adam Clarke Commentary 1 Chronicles 2

Introduction The twelve sons of Jacob, 1 Chronicles 2:1, 1 Chronicles 2:2. The posterity of Judah down to David, 1 Chronicles 2:3-15. The posterity of the children of Jesse and Caleb, vv. 16-55. Verse 1 These are the sons of Israel - For this genealogy see the parallel places at Genesis 29:32; Genes... Read More

Adam Clarke Commentary 1 Chronicles 20

Introduction Joab smites the city of Rabbah; and David puts the crown of its king upon his own head, and treats the people of the city with great rigour, 1 Chronicles 20:1-3. First battle with the Philistines, 1 Chronicles 20:4. Second battle with the Philistines, 1 Chronicles 20:5. Third battle wit... Read More

Adam Clarke Commentary 1 Chronicles 21

Introduction David is tempted by Satan to take the numbers of the people of Israel and Judah, 1 Chronicles 21:1, 1 Chronicles 21:2. Joab remonstrates, but the king is determined, and Joab pleads in vain, 1 Chronicles 21:3, 1 Chronicles 21:4. He returns, and delivers in the number to the king, but re... Read More

Adam Clarke Commentary 1 Chronicles 22

Introduction David makes great preparations for building a temple to the Lord, 1 Chronicles 22:1-5; gives the necessary directions to Solomon concerning it, 1 Chronicles 22:6-16; and exhorts the princes of Israel to assist in the undertaking, 1 Chronicles 22:17-19. Verse 1 David said, This is the ho... Read More

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