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" Christ, and also a partaker of the glory that shall be revealed: feed the flock of God which is among you, taking the oversight thereof, not by constraint, but willingly; not for filthy lucre, but of a ready mind ; neither as being lords over God's heritage,... "
An essay on Christ's cross and crown: To which are subjoined, six sermons - Page 313
by George Muir - 1769 - 314 pages
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Catholick-unity and Church-communion: or The Christians duty to communicate ...

Joseph Briggs - 1704 - 169 pages
...City with thisCharge *, To feed the Flocl{_ of God among themt talking the overfight of fuch Flocks, not by conftraint but willingly, not for filthy lucre but of a ready mind, And as Believers grew more numerous, they and their Succeflbrs, the Bifhops foon found...
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Sermons on several occasions and subjects, Volume 2

Richard Lucas - History - 1722
...reveal'd: feed the Flock of God which is amongyou, taking the Overfight thereof, not by conftraintt but willingly ; not for filthy Lucre, but of a ready Mind; neither AS being Lords over God's Heritage, but being Enfawples to the Flock. And when the cheif Shepljerd ft) all appear,...
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Directions for studying i. A general system or body of divinity. ii. The ...

Thomas Bennet - 1727
...of the glory that fhall be revealed : Feed the flock of God which is among you, taking the overfight thereof, not by conftraint, but willingly ; not for...filthy lucre, but of a ready mind ; Neither as being lords over Gods heritage, but being enfamples to the flock. And when the chief Shepherd fhall appear,...
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The Christian's defence against the fears of death, tr. by M. D'Assigny ...

Charles Drelincourt - 1732
...revealed. Feed the Flock of God which is -among/} you, taking the Qverfigbt thereof; not by ConJtraint, but willingly, not for filthy Lucre, but of a ready Mind ; neither as being Lords oi'er God's Heritage, but beirg Examples of the Flock. And when the chief Shepherd Jhall appear,...
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The Independent Whig: or, A defence of primitive Christianity, and of our ...

John Trenchard, Thomas Gordon - 1732
...exhorts the Elders to feed the Flock of Chrijl, and to take the Overfight thereof, not by ConJlraixt, but willingly ; not' for filthy Lucre, but of a ready Mind; neither as being LORDS over God'i Heritage, but as being Examples to the Flock. Now either thefe Elders were Clergymen,...
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The Miseries and Great Hardships of the Inferior Clergy in and about London ...

Thomas Stackhouse - Clergy - 1737 - 178 pages
...Flock of Gcd, fays he, which is among yoa, z> 5 4. taking the Oversight thereof ;' not by Conjtraintt but willingly; not for filthy Lucre, but of a. ready Mind ; neither as being Lords over God's Heritage (or not ufing a defpotic Authority over the Clergy in your Diocefes) bnt...
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The Independent Whig, Volume 1

Thomas Gordon - 1753
...exhorts the Elders to feed the Flock of Chrifl, and to take the Overfight thereof, not by Conflraint, but willingly; not for filthy Lucre, but of a ready Mind, neither as being LORDS over God's Heritage, but as being Examples to the Flock. Now either thefe Elders were Clergymen,...
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Sermons

James Foster - 1743
...is among you; but feed it.'' The Apoftle adds, Taking the overjight thereof, not by conjiraint, but willingly ; not for filthy lucre, but of a ready mind : Neither as being Lords over God's heritage, but being enf ample s to thejlock. He then aflures them, that if they...
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The Independent Whig, Volume 1

Thomas Gordon - 1753
...his firft Epiftle, Chap. v. exhorts the Elders to feed the Flock of Chrijt and to take the Overfight thereof, not by Conftraint, but willingly; not for...filthy Lucre, but of a ready Mind; neither as being LORDS over God's Heritage, but as being Examples to the Flock. Now either thefe Elders were Clergymen,...
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Discourses on various subjects

John Leland - 1769
...their Flocks. Paftors are required to feed the Flock of God which is among them, taking the Overfight thereof, not by Conftraint, but willingly ; not for...filthy Lucre, but of a ready Mind; neither as being Lords over God's Heritage, but being Examples of the Flock, i Pet. v. 2, 3. And to watch for their...
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