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Cardiphonia or the Utterance of the Heart has 21 ratings and 4 reviews. Jeremy said: I’ve This is a compilation of John Newton’s letters to various people. This is a beautiful short text by the famous hymnodist John Newton based in Pauls benediction to the Corinthians (2 Cor ). There is nothing more Biblically. Cardiphonia, Or, The Utterance of the Heart: In the Course of a Real Correspondence John Newton’s letters to Christians and non-Christians alike are full of.

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Thus the apostle, though strenuous for the right of his Christian liberty, would have abridged himself of the useso as to eat no meat — rather than offend a weak brother, rather than mislead him to act against the present light of his conscience.

This book is for the shelf that holds your devotionals and will in a mere few minutes reach your heart with encouragement, exhortation or outright rebuke. I know, indeed, that cardipyonia proper tendency of sensible consolations is to humble; but I can see that, through the depravity of cxrdiphonia nature, they have not always that effect. Diane Trelenberg marked it as to-read Mar 20, Sin, Satan, and unbelief, often attempt to make me let go, and cast away my confidence — but as yet they have not prevailed.

He desires to have you, “that he may sift you as wheat. But these feelings would be very faint, if we did not in our own experience know what sorrows and temptations mean.

Let us rather say, None of these things move us, neither do we count anything on this side eternity dear, so that we may finish our course with joy, and run with patience the race which is set before us. Nor is it inconsistent with his holiness, and perfection, to manifest his favor to such poor defiled creatures, or to admit them to communion with himself; for they are not considered as in themselves — but as one with Jesus, to whom they have fled for refuge, and by whom they live a life of faith.

Nine Letters to the Rev Mr R. I have been some time in a morning on Isaiah 42; today began the 5th verse. Further, the examples of the saints recorded in Scripture prove and indeed of the saints in generalthat the greater measure any person has of the grace of God in truth — the more conscientious and lively they have been; newyon the more they have been cardipyonia with assurances of the divine favor, so much the more deep and sensible their perception of indwelling sin and infirmity has always been.

It was for this special occasion that two of the hymns in the Olney Collection were composed, the forty-third and forty-fourth of xardiphonia second book — the first beginning, “O Lord, our languid frame inspire,” by Mr.


I have often heard you with pleasure; but give me permission to tell you, that I now see jonh you have said, or can say, is comparatively but little. While we have such a depraved nature, and live in such a polluted world; while the roots of pride, cardiphoniq, self-dependence, self-seeking, are so strong within us — we need a variety of sharp afflictions to keep us from forgetting what we are, and from cleaving to the dust.

The Lord has brought us through another Sabbath. We dare not entirely shut him out of our regards — cardihponia we are too cardipgonia to allow something to share with him. There are abominations which, like nests of vipers, lie so quietly within, nedton we hardly suspect they are there — until the rod of affliction rouses them!

After his expulsion from Oxford, he was much noticed by Lady Huntingdon, by whom he, with uohn other students referred to, had been recommended to Dr. I suppose you will get this before your next meeting at Mr. Page 64 – Unshaken, unseduced, unterrified, His loyalty he kept, his love, his zeal ; Nor number nor example with him wrought To swerve from truth, or change his constant mind, Though single.

John Newton – Cardiphonia

May the good Lord keeps us from his delusions! Sometimes, when her heart is enlarged, I listen to her with astonishment. Kitts; and the little knowledge I have of men and things took its first rise thence.

It would be easy to make out a long list of particulars, which a believer would do if he could — but in which, from first to last, he finds a mortifying inability.

Newton joins in respects to you and Mrs. No, were every leaf upon the trees, and every blade of grass a sworn enemy to our souls — we are safe under the shadow of our great Rock; the blessing is his and He will not withhold it; but the appointed means are our part, and it is our wisdom and happiness to be found waiting on him in the use of them. May we, under our several trials, find them all revealed in ourselves, that we may not complain of having suffered in vain.

Let us be steady in the use of his instituted means, and sincerely desirous to abstain from all appearance of evil.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. There He is represented to us in a variety of views. If we love him — we do cardipuonia to keep his commandments.

Chris is currently reading it Jul 06, Richard marked it as to-read Jan 08, He knows how to cause our consolations to exceed our greatest afflictions! We shall not say, “Is this all I get — after so much trouble?

Cardiphonia : or, The utterance of the heart

He would willingly enjoy God in prayer. With these relatives he spent some of his earlier years, and jonn, probably, received those religious impressions which were fully developed in after life. When they were fainting — He revived them.


It is an astonishing thought, that God should thus dwell with men; that He, before whom the mightiest earthly potentates are less than nothing and vanity — should thus stoop and accommodate himself to the situation, needs, and capacities of the weakest, meanest, and poorest of his children.

But, let him look and talk as he desires — he is Satan still; and those who are experienced and watchful may discern his cloven foot hanging below his fine garment of light! It befits us to be humbled into the dust; yet our grief, though it cannot be too great — may be under a wrong direction; and if it leads us to impatience or distrust, it certainly is so.

That which is our cross — is not so likely to be our snare. Instances of this kind are innumerable; and the great inference from them all is, cease from man, cease from creatures. The best advice I can send, or the best wish I can form for you, is, that you may have an abiding and experimental sense of those words of the apostle which are just now upon my mind, “Looking unto Jesus!

It is an apt and beautiful description of them; for it must be remembered that, with the exception of Omicron’s Letters — none of these productions were originally intended for publication. Samuel Brewer of Stepney. I hope the Lord will give me a humble sense of what I am, and that broken and contrite frame of heart, in which He delights. Newton’s sequel to Cardiphonia, published after his death.

I have a poor girl near me who looks like an idiot, and her natural capacity is indeed very small; but the Lord has been pleased to make her acquainted alternately with great temptations, and proportionably great discoveries of his love and truth. How are the graces of patience, resignation, meekness, and faith, to be discovered and increased — but by exercise? Hannah Cosper rated it really liked it Sep 15, And even these distressing effects of the remnants of indwelling sin are overruled for good.

To proceed with the account of Mr. I dare not be dogmatic; but I think what I have written is agreeable both to particular texts and to the general tenor of Scripture. If you would like to have your spiritual sensibilities heightened and stretched to fresh and new realities read this book.