Wicked Burn

Author: Rebecca Zanetti
Publisher: Lyrical Press
ISBN: 1601835159
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Wicked Burn

Author: Beth Kery
Publisher: Hachette UK
ISBN: 1472200381
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Enter the seductive world of Beth Kery where the rules are broken with that first electrifying touch in the sizzling Because You Are Mine, One Night of Passion and The Affair novels.

Catena Aurea

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But when the wicked are given over to hell fire, to what purpose shall they burn
there for ever? We reply, that Almighty God, seeing He is good, does not delight
in the torments of the wretched; but forasmuch as He is righteous, He ceases not
from taking vengeance on the wicked ; yet do the wicked burn not without some
purpose, namely, that the righteous may acknowledge how they are debtors for
eternity to Divine grace, when they see the wicked suffering for eternity misery,
which ...

Know Thyself O Man And Be Thine Own Physician

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How can the souls of the wicked burn forever (see Matt. 18 : 8,) without being
consumed, since it is the nature of fire to reduce all combustible substances to
ashes ? 64. And would it not be a great acquisition in the chemical art to find a
substance that would thus burn forever without being consumed, especially if it
could be used for culinary purposes in countries where fuel is scarce ? 65. Do we
not make God a thousand times worse and more fiendish than the wickedest of
his ...

Four Views On Hell

Author: John F. Walvoord
Publisher: Zondervan
ISBN: 0310872375
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Writers warn of “black fire” (2 Enoch 10:2), “blazing flames worse than fire” (1
Enoch 100:9), and a place where the wicked burn eternally, even though at the
same time their bodies rot with maggots (Judith 16:17; Sirach 7:17). Their
picturesque descriptions are not meant to be literal reports of the doings of the
damned, but warnings of coming judgment. Walvoord thinks the wicked will be
plunged into a literal abyss of fire and smoke largely because the New Testament
descriptions of ...

The Psalms Translated And Explained

Author: Joseph Addison Alexander
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In the pride of the wicked burns the sufferer ; they are caught in devices which
they have contrived. This very obscure verse admits of several different
constructions. The first verb sometimes means to persecute, literally to burn after,
or pursue hotly. Gen. xxxi. 36. 1 Sam. xvii. 53. In one case it seems to have this
meaning even without the preposition after. Lam. iv. 19. The sense would then be
, in the pride of the wicked he will persecute, &c.But the collocation of the words
seems to point ...

The Psalms Tr And Explained By J A Alexander

Author: Joseph Addison Alexander
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In the pride of the wicked burns the sufferer; they are caught in devices which
they have contrived. This very obscure verse admits of several different
constructions. The first verb sometimes means to persecute, literally to burn after,
or pursue hotly. Gen. xxxi. 36. 1 Sam. xvii. 53. In one case it seems to have this
meaning even without the preposition after. Lam. iv. 19. The sense would then be
, in the pride of the wicked he will persecute, &c. But the collocation of the words
seems to point ...

The Psalms

Author: J.A. ALEXANDER
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In the pride of the wicked burns the sufferer; they are caught in devices which
they have contrived. This very obscure verse admits of several different
constructions. The first verb sometimes means to persecute, literally to burn after,
or pursue hotly. Gen. xxxi. 36. 1 Sam. xvii. 53. In one case it seems to have this
meaning even without the preposition after * Lam. iv. 19. The sense would then
be, in the pride of the wicked he will persecute, &c. But the collocation of the
words seems to point ...