2 edition of A gospel glass representing the miscarriages of English professors found in the catalog.
From the library of John Breckinridge.
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Full text of "A gospel glass representing the miscarriages of English professors: or, a call from heaven to sinners and saints, by repentance and reformation to prepare to meet God" See other formats. A gospel glass representing the miscarriages of English professors: or, a call from heaven to sinners and saints, by repentance and reformation to prepare to meet God by Stuckley, LewisPages: A gospel-glasse, representing the miscarriages of English professors, both in their personal and relative capacitiesor, A call from heaven to sinners and saints: by repentance and reformation to prepare to meet God.
'A Gospel-Glass, Representing The Miscarriages Of English Professors, Or A Call From Heaven To Sinners And Saints; By Repentance And Reformation To Prepare To Meet God. By Lewis Stucley, Late Minister In Exeter' By Lewis Stuckley [/]Seller Rating: % positive.
In an examination of some passages in a book, entituled, precepts for Christian practice, or, the rule of the new creature new model'd. Written by one Edw. Reyner, who calles himself a minister of the Gospel in Lincoln; but is found a lyar / by a Child of the light, who is. So was it with these two signs, of blood by the sword, and death by the fall of the tower; representing as in a glass that common calamity which was to befall the city and nation.
And I pray God that the prodigious appearance of fiery meteors, like swords, armies, and arms, with other things of the like nature, may not be sent to point out the. The minister cannot be always preaching; two or three hours, may be, in a week, he spends among his people in the pulpit, holding the glass of the gospel before their faces; but the lives of professors, these preach all the week long: if they were but holy and exemplary, they would be as a repetition of the preacher's sermon to their families.
The preface to the book, written by the author, which we have not thought it worth the while to reprint, was dated Lynn, New England, Octonear the close of his ministry in Lynn. But the title-page of the printed book bears the date ofthat is, after his removal to Ipswich. THE PREFACE.
To go about to explain any of St. Paul’s epistles, after so great a train of expositors and commentators, might seem an attempt of vanity, censurable for its needlessness, did not the daily and approved examples of pious and learned men justify it.
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The publication of M. Taine's "History of English Literature," inand its translation into English, inmark an epoch in educational history, especially in that of America.
Prior to the appearance of this work, the total knowledge of British writers gained in the school and college life of the ordinary American youth was generally. By Jesse B. Russell, Crisis Magazine – Father Martin seems especially annoyed that there exist some stained glass representations of Christ depict Our Lord as “the purest white—whiter than anyone else,” which makes for “terrible catechesis.” He worries that, if Christ is.
Verse Hebrews Now faith is the substance. The use of history: Hitherto the Jewish Christians had continued to celebrate the ancient ritual, and their presence in the temple and the synagogue had been tolerated by their unbelieving countrymen; but now they were in danger of excommunication, and it is hardly possible for us to conceive their distress and dismay.
Proverbs The proverbs of Solomon the son of David, king of Israel: This book consists of proverbs, which are wise, and short sayings of great use to direct us in the conduct of life.
Proverbs were much valued in ancient times. But no proverbs deserve so much esteem and attention as these, for they are the proverbs of Solomon, another name almost for wisdom. Grotius (in his Book de Iure Belli & Pacis) saith, It is unreasonable to punish any man for not assenting to the things of the Gospel, since they cannot possibly be discover'd by the light of Nature, but must be made known by Revelation.
As for us, the very Revelation, whereby we have a knowledge of them, is not so clear, as that a man should. Account of a book entitled an historical and critical enquiry into the evidence produced by the earls of Moray and Morton against Mary queen of Scots, &c.
Marmor Norfolciense; or, an essay on an ancient prophetical inscription in monkish rhyme, lately discovered near Lynn, in Norfolk. Observations on the state of affairs in This book is so insightful, well-ordered, and helpful, it seems hard to imagine Christian readers have been without it for so long." -Gerald M.
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it expedient to compile his _dome-book_ or _liber judicialis_, for the general use of the whole kingdom. This book is said to have been extant so late as the reign of king Edward the fourth, but is now unfortunately lost.
It contained, we may probably suppose, the principal maxims of the common law, the penalties for misdemesnors.All true and real professors of the gospel are sanctified by the Holy Ghost, and made truly and really holy.
representing it unto them as meet, equal, and righteous, 1 Peter ; 2.) The glory of Christ is revealed in the gospel, as a face is represented in a glass. This we behold by a spiritual search into it, and meditation on it.In fixing the heart in the doctrine of the gospel; as faith sometimes implieth the doctrine which is believed, sometimes the grace by which we do believe.
66 66 `Fides quae creditur, et fides qua creditur., A certain expectation of the hopes of the gospel produceth obedience, and a certain belief of the doctrine of the gospel produceth.