A Sermon on the Much Lamented Death of John Winter, Esq., who Departed this Life October the 5th, 1776, in the Sixty-second Year of His Age: Preached at New-Court, Carey-Street (Google eBook)

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J. Buckland, 1776 - Funeral sermons - 27 pages
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Page 9 - Synagogues, and in the corners of the ftreets, that they may be feen of men. Verily I fay unto you, they have their reward.
Page 18 - believe that Jefus died, and rofe again, *' even fo them alfo who fleep in Jefus,
Page 25 - God fhall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there fhall be no more death, neither forrow, nor crying, neither fhall there be any more pain : for the former things are pafled away.
Page 19 - ... in the body or out of the body." A time of commercial stagnation is apt to be a time of spiritual quickening, while great material prosperity is likely to be accompanied by spiritual dearth. A poor nation is much more sensitive to the power of the gospel than a rich one. So Christ taught : " How hardly shall they that have riches enter...
Page 9 - You that have families I do further exhort that, befides your private prayers, you would offer up to God a morning and evening facrifice in your families, and that every one of you would take up the holy refolution of Jofhua, ' as for me and my houfe, we will ferve the Lord...
Page 12 - The righteous perishes, and no man lays it to heart; and merciful men are taken away, none considering that the righteous is taken away from the evil [to come].
Page 17 - fame word as is rendered the godly and mer" ciful man) is perifhed out of the earth ; and " there is none upright among men " none in comparifon of the wicked.
Page 14 - The remembrance of what he was, and. what he did, will be dear to nje while ray powers for recollection are continued.

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