- Author:William Tennant Gairdner
- Publisher:Nabu Press (March 2, 2010)
- Pages:138 pages
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XIII, 13. The origin of this small volume, stated brieﬂy, is as follows -in the summer of 1900 the Re. This book is a reproduction of an important historical work.
XIII, 13. The origin of this small volume, stated brieﬂy, is as follows -in the summer of 1900 the Rev. Dr. 'gentles, minister of the Abbey Parish, Paisley, applied to the author to deliver one of a series of addresses on Sunday evenings in the autumn, on a variety of topics touching the Christian life; the subject being, in this instance, left open to choice, but so as to be in conformity with the general framework of arrangements for the series. Forgotten Books uses state-of-the-art technology to digitally reconstruct the work, preserving the original format whilst repairing imperfections present in the aged copy.
Darby Bible Translation And now abide faith, hope, love; these three . Love's Labours What does this teach us at the outset, but that a salvation which leads to this must be of God, and must be wrought in u. .
Darby Bible Translation And now abide faith, hope, love; these three things; and the greater of these is love. World English Bible But now faith, hope, and love remain-these three. The greatest of these is love. Love's Labours What does this teach us at the outset, but that a salvation which leads to this must be of God, and must be wrought in us by his power? Such a comely grace can never grow out of our fallen nature.
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English Standard Version So now faith, hope, and love abide, these . But of these three, the greatest is love. Aramaic Bible in Plain English For there are these three things that endure: Faith, Hope and Love, but the greatest of these is Love.
English Standard Version So now faith, hope, and love abide, these three; but the greatest of these is love. Berean Study Bible And now these three remain: faith, hope, and love; but the greatest of these is love. Good News Translation Meanwhile these three remain: faith, hope, and love; and the greatest of these is love. Holman Christian Standard Bible Now these three remain: faith, hope, and love. GOD'S WORD® Translation So these three things remain: faith, hope, and love.
I Cor. XIII, 13. The Book of EnochTranslated From Professor Dillmann's Ethiopic Text; Emended and Revised in Accordance With Hitherto Uncollated Ethiopic Mss. And With the Gizeh and Other Greek and Latin Fragments Which Are Here Published in Fullby August Dillmann. Sermons on the Lord's Prayerby O. Prescott Hiller. The RevelationAn Analysis and Exposition of the Last Book of the Bibleby Arno Clemens Gaebelein. The Book of the Secrets of EnochTranslated From the Slavonicby William Richard Morfill. The Secret Instructions of the JesuitsIn Latin and Englishby William Craig Brownlee.
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Author:William Tennant Gairdner. The Physician as naturalist (1889). The Three Things that Abide (1903). Sanders, William Rutherford," in Dictionary of National Biography, London: Smith, Elder, & C. (1885–1900) in 63 vols. Author Index: Ga. Sir William Tennant Gairdner (1824–1907). Obituary: Sir W. Gairdner," in The Times (1907). William Tennant Gairdner in 1871. William Tennant Gairdner in 1891. William Tennant Gardiner was the son of Dr. John Gairdner, a physician in Edinburgh, and was born there on 8 November 1824. He was the elder brother of the historian James Gairdner. At the time of his death it was stated that "his book The Physician as Naturalist, if not written with any idea of self-portraiture, at least contains a large amount of self-revelation; while his last publication, The Three Things that Abide, is made up of lay sermons on faith, hope, and love, of no common interest and beauty.