3 edition of An epistle or exhortation of Iesus Christ to the soule ... found in the catalog.
An epistle or exhortation of Iesus Christ to the soule ...
Johannes Justus Lansperger
Written in English
|Series||French books before 1601 -- roll 219, item 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||138 l., 4 l|
|Number of Pages||138|
|LC Control Number||87586009|
Concerning the upright and good conversation of the saints in Christ and in Heaven (London: printed by John Bringhurst, printer and bookseller, at the sign of the Book in Grace-Church-street, ), by George Fox (HTML at EEBO TCP) An epistle to all Christians, Jews, and Gentiles shewing how that God dwells not in their temples made with hands. The Order for the Administration of the Lords Supper, Or holy Communion So many as intend to be partakers of the holy Communion, shall signifie their Names to the Curate at least sometime the day before. And if any of those be an open and notorious evilliver, or have don any wrong to his Neighbours in word or Deed, so that the congregation is thereby offended: ye Curate having knowledge.
2 Corinthians (NIRV) You make it clear that you are a letter from Christ. You are the result of our work for God. You are a letter written not with ink but with the Spirit of the living God. You are a letter written not on tablets made out of stone but on human hearts. The qualities of this booke are many, M. I). 1 4 AN EPISTLE TO THE TERRIBLE PRIESTS sheweth himselfe to be very skilfull in the learning of oh and Sol, if euer you red olde Fa-Briccot upon Aristotle: M. Deanes manner of writing and his, are not much vnlike, Doctor Terence of Oxforde and this Doctor, may be neere of kindred for their learning.
Contextual Overview 4 To whom comming as vnto a liuing Stone, disallowed in deed of men, but chosen of God, and precious, 5 Ye also as liuely stones, are built vp a spirituall house, an holy Priesthood to offer vp spirituall sacrifice, acceptable to God by Iesus Christ. 6 Wherefore it is conteined in the Scripture, Beholde, I lay in Sion a chiefe corner stone, elect, precious, and he that. She began the semester-long course by saying that Dante referred to the writer of St. Luke’s Gospel as the “scribe of Christ’s gentleness.” Luke was the only Gentile to write books of the Bible, and he was a close companion of St. Paul. St. Luke is known as a very .
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Get this from a library. [An epistle or exhortation of Iesus Christ to the soule, that is deuoutly affected towards him.].
[Johannes Justus Lansperger; Philip Howard Arundel, Earl of Saint; Henry Garnet]. An epistle or exhortation of Iesus Christ to the soule, that is deuoutly affected towards him: VVherein, are co[n]tained certaine diuine inspiratio[n], teachinng a man to know himself, & instructing him in the perfection of true piety.
VVritten in latin by the deuout seruant of Christ, Ioannes Lanspergius a Charterhouse monke. An epistle in the person of Christ to the faithfull soule, written first by that learned Lanspergius, and after translated into English by one of no small fame.
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VVherein, are contained certaine diuine inspirations, teachinng a man to know himself, & instructing him in the perfection of true piety. VVritten in latin by the deuout seruant of Christ, Ioannes Lanspergius a Charterhouse.
Iesus answered, Thou couldest haue no power at all against me, except it were giuen thee from aboue. (1 Timothy ).
Heere S. Paul maketh an earnest and an especiall exhortation, concerning giuing of thankes, and prayer for kings and rulers, saying, Aboue all things, as he might say, in any wise principally and chiefly, let prayer bee. 10 By the which will wee are sanctified, through the offering of the body of Iesus Christ once for all.
11 And euery Priest standeth dayly ministring and offering oftentimes the same sacrifices which can neuer take away sinnes. The liuing way. 12 But this man after he had offered one sacrifice for sinnes for euer, sate downe on the right hand. Study 83 NTFinal flashcards from Todd S.
on StudyBlue. suffering for the sake of righteousness, submit to unjust suffering the way Christ did, Christ suffered on our behalf to free us from sin, God's people should live righteous at all times, especially in the face of hostility, hope for the future is based on the certainty of Christ's resurrection.
A commentarie of M. Iohn Caluine vppon the Epistle to the Philippians wherein is set out the necessitie and profite of affliction vnto the faithfull, the benefite of God his word, the fruits, of vnitie and humilitie, free iustification by faith in Iesus Christ without our owne merites, the assurance, ioy, and contented mindes of the godlie, and.
Lectures, vpon the history of the Passion, Resurrection, and Ascension of our Lord Iesus Christ Beginning at the eighteenth chapter of the Gospell, according to S. Iohn, and from the verse of the chapter thereof, containing a perfect harmonie of all the foure Euangelists, for the better vnderstanding of all the circumstances of the.
The teachings of Christ in the soule. Opened in a sermon before the Right Honble House of Peers, in Covent-garden-Church, upon the solemne day of their monthly fast, March / By Peter Sterry, M.A. sometimes fellow of Emanuel Colledge in Cambridge: and now preacher of the Gospel in London. None but Christ, or, A plain and familiar treatise of the knowledge of Christ exciting all men to study to know Iesus Christ, and him crucified, with a particular, applicatory, and saving knowledge, in divers sermons upon I Cor.
2,2 / by John Wall. None but Christ. Plain and familiar treatise of the knowledge of Christ. Wall, John, /5(1). In chapter 4, Vos lays out the Epistle's teaching of the Priesthood of Christ and in Chapter 5 he concludes with a discussion of the better sacrifice: the sacrifice of the new covenant.
This last chapter also contains helpful notes on the rigual terminology employed by the writer of the : Information on the Epistle to the Laodiceans.
Wilhelm Schneemelcher writes of the references to a text of this name, "in the Muratori Canon (cf. vol. I, p. 36) two Marcionite forgeries, an epistle to the Laodiceans and one to the Alexandrians, are mentioned and rejected. The Reformation of the Decalogue tells two important but previously untold stories: of how the English Reformation transformed the meaning of the Ten Commandments, and of the ways in which the Ten Commandments helped to shape the English Reformation itself.
Richard, The workes of the reuerend and faithfull seruant af Iesus Christ M. Richard Author: Jonathan Willis. Paul's Epistle to the Colossians Part 3: The Handwriting Against Us. Thus far three topics have stood out in the discussion found in Paul’s epistle to the Colossians: the fact that Jesus Christ is God come in the flesh, and that He had come to reconcile His household to.
in is declared that Common Prayer and Sacra-ments ought to bee ministred in a tongue. Saint Augustine, teacheth vs in his booke entituled, "Of the spirite and the soule" vnto our Lord Iesus Christ our GOD, with the Father and the holy Ghost, with a loud voyce.
And let the most religious Priestes know this, that if they neglect any of. Start by marking “Christ Dying and Drawing Sinners to Himself, Or, a Survey of Our Saviour in His Soule-Suffering, His Lovelynesse in His Death, and the Efficacie Thereof in Which Some Cases of Soule-Trouble in Weeke Beleevers Are Opened ()” as Want to Read:4/5(4).
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The Third Epistle of John is a private letter composed to a man named Gaius. The substance of Christian religion, or, A plain and easie draught of the Christian catechisme in LII lectures on chosen texts of Scripture, for each Lords-day of the year, learnedly and perspicuously illustrated with doctrines, reasons, and uses.
Ames, William, Charles Soule keeps at it and Volume 4 brings Letter 44 more or less back on track in my book. The story telling can feel a little rushed at times, and especially the back and forth between the and other ideas felt a little tedious/5.
Edited by David Platt, Daniel L. Akin, and Tony Merida, this new commentary series, projected to be 48 volumes, takes a Christ-centered approach to expositing each book of the Bible. Rather than a verse-by-verse approach, the authors have crafted chapters that explain and apply key passages in their assigned Bible books.
Readers will learn to see Christ in all aspects of Scripture, and they Brand: Holman Reference.Contextual Overview 4 To whome comming as vnto a liuing stone disalowed of men, but chosen of God and precious, 5 Yee also as liuely stones, bee made a spirituall house, an holy Priesthoode to offer vp spirituall sacrifices acceptable to God by Iesus Christ.
6 Wherefore also it is conteyned in the Scripture, Beholde, I put in Sion a chiefe corner stone, elect and precious: and hee that.Acts Context. 29 Men and brethren, let me freely speake vnto you of the Patriarch Dauid, that he is both dead & buried, and his sepulchre is with vs vnto this day: 30 Therefore being a Prophet, and knowing that God had sworne with an oath to him, that of the fruit of his loines, according to the flesh, hee would raise vp Christ, to sit on his throne: 31 He seeing this before, spake of the.