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" But He was wounded for our transgressions, He was bruised for our iniquities; The chastisement of our peace was upon Him, And by His stripes we are healed. "
The Riches of Bunyan - Page 120
by John Bunyan - 1850 - 488 pages
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A plain and full instruction in the principles and doctrines of the ...

Samuel Adams - Religion - 1718
...of the World? A- Becaufe he fays, he bare our Griefs aad carried our Sorrows ; That the Chaftifement of our 'Peace was, upon him, and by his Stripes we are healed: Which could not be truly and properly faid of any other Perfon whatfoevcr. tttt that the Prophets have...
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A practical exposition of the Church-catechism, several discourses. Together ...

Matthew Hole - Catechisms - 1732
...5 3. 5, 6. He was wounded for our franjgreffums, and bruis'd for our Iniquities 5 the Chaftifement of our 'Peace was upon him, and by his Stripes we are healed. He died for our Sins (fays the Apoftle) and gave his Life a Ranfont for many. So that, as our Text...
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The Redeemer and the Sanctifier: or The sacrifice of Christ and the ...

Isaac Watts - Redemption - 1737 - 160 pages
...Mejfiah : He was wounded for our TranfgreJJions, he was bruifedfor our Iniquities, the Chaftifement of our Peace was upon him, and by his Stripes we are healed : His Soul was made an Offering for Sin when it pleafed the Lord to bruife him, and put him to Grief,...
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Orthodoxy and charity united: in several reconciling essays on the Law and ...

Isaac Watts - 1745
...largely, Chrift was wounded for our Tranfgrefyons. He 'was brui/edfor our Iniquities. The ChaJiifement of our Peace was upon him, and by his Stripes we are healed. We like Sheep have gone aftray, and the Lord hath laid on him 'the Iniquity of us all. It p'leafed...
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The Lord's-day evening entertainment, 52 discourses

John Mason - 1754
...Sorrows, was 'wounded for our Tranfgrejfions, and bruifcd for our Iniquities; that the Chaftifement of our Peace was upon him, and by his Stripes •we are healed, how mould it fire our Hearts with Love for his Perfon, and Zeal for his Intereft! How can we fupprefs...
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An exposition of the Assemblies catechism, with practical inferences from ...

John Flavel, Increase Mather - Religion - 1767 - 232 pages
...our Peace coft Chrift ? A. It coft him bloody Stripes and Sufferings, Ifa. Hii. 5. ^TbeChaftifement of our Peace was upon him, and by his Stripes -we are healed. Q.. 4. Can none have true Peace but fuch as are in hjp ? A. No; others may have falfe Peace, Luke xi....
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Discourses on various subjects

John Leland - Religion - 1769
...Mediator, that he was wounded for our Tranfgreffions, and hruifed for our Iniquities ; the Chaftifement of our Peace 'was upon him, and by his Stripes we are healed. If. liii. 5. That he fuffered for Sins, the 'Jujl for the, Unjuft, that he might hring us unto God....
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Nineteen sermons on several occasions. To which is prefix'd the authors life ...

John Rogers, John Burton - 1784
...5. — He was wounded for our Iranfgrejfions, be was bruifed for our Iniquities : Ihe Chajlifement of our Peace was upon him, and by his Stripes we are healed. ; "*; HE Death and Paffion of our Blefled Lord, as it is the great Article on which the whole Chriftian...
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Eighteen Practical Sermons Upon Interesting Subjects

William Jabet - 1787 - 319 pages
...Salvation. He was wounded for our Tranfgrejj'ions ; he was bruifed for our Iniquities ; the Chajiifement of our Peace was upon him ; and by his Stripes we are healed. What remaineth then for us to do, but to laud and magnify God's holy Name for his unmerited Goodnefs...
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Alfred Or A Narrative of the Daring and Illegal Measures to Suppress a ...

Philip Withers - Freedom of the press - 1789 - 48 pages
...for the redemption of man, was truly Jmitien and affliftedfor our tranfgrtffvmi—the chajlifement of our peace was upon him, .and by HIS STRIPES WE ARE HEALED. * His life was a continued fcene of dignity and benevolence. He gave fight to the Blind, ftrength to...
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