Gleanings of a few scattered ears during the period of the Reformation in England [microform]: and of the times immediately succeeding : A.D. 1533 to A.D. 1588 : comprehending I. engraving of eleven seals of Cranmer ... (Google eBook)

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Bell and Daldy, 1857 - 515 pages
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Page 143 - His coming again, hear us, O merciful Father, we most humbly beseech Thee, and grant that we receiving these Thy creatures of bread and wine, according to Thy Son our Saviour Jesus Christ's holy institution, in remembrance of His death and passion, may be partakers of His most blessed body and blood...
Page 67 - Father, and possess the kingdom which is prepared for you from the beginning of the world. Grant this, O Father, for Jesus Christ's sake, our only Mediator and Advocate.
Page 143 - Hear us, O merciful Father, we most humbly beseech thee, and of thy Almighty goodness vouchsafe so to bless and sanctify with thy Word and holy Spirit these thy gifts and creatures of bread and wine, that they may be unto us the body and blood of thy most dearly beloved Son...
Page 67 - We commend unto thy mercy, O Lord, all other thy servants, which are departed hence from us, with the sign of faith, and now do rest in the sleep of peace. Grant unto them, we beseech thee, thy mercy and everlasting peace...
Page 4 - ... chapels and other places; and that from henceforth the days used to be festivals in his name shall not be observed, nor the service, office, antiphonies, collects and prayers in his name read, but rased and put out of all books.
Page 143 - Confession both in writing and in words wherever it was my duty to do so ; in that [course] the Lord will preserve me. You know the piety and erudition of that excellent man ; therefore, as far as you have any influence over those who have taken offence at his Disputations, reconcile them by the Preface to those Disputations. When we cannot obtain all that we wish, it is our duty, as far as lies in our power, to bend to the glory of God those things which are given us, especially when they come from...
Page 346 - These, indeed, we pertinaciously retain, as knowing them to be very godly. This, however, has never been done by us in a precise manner ; for we have abandoned some of them, for the sake of your friends, which might at that time have been piously adopted. But we make this concession to the love of our country...
Page 367 - ... he was still kept in prison, and afterward forced to consort with them, and sometimes dined among them, and sat upon the bench with Boner, when he was trying some of the professors ; whereby they still made a farther triumph of him. But at length having his liberty, he retired to the house of his old learned friend, Mr. Peter Osborn, living in the parish of St. Alban's, Wood-street, where he fell into exceeding melancholy and trouble of mind, and in great repentances ended his miserable life...
Page 37 - And he received the sign of circumcision, a seal of the righteousness of the faith which he had yet being uncircumcised: that he might be the father of all them that believe, though they be not circumcised; that righteousness might be imputed unto them also...
Page 105 - He has promised, that when two or three are gathered together in His name, He is in the midst of them...

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