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" Nevertheless, to avoid fornication, let every man have his own wife, and let every woman have her own husband. "
RESIDENCE OF TWENTY-ONE YEARS IN THE SANDWICH ISLANDS: - Page 474
by HIRAM BINGHAM, A. M., - 1848
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The Occasional Offices of Matrimony: Visitation of the Sick, Burial of the ...

Thomas Comber - Religion - 1679 - 580 pages
...CbJift'fi UPoCJF'] That this is one end of Marriage, we learn from S.PW, iCor.vii.2. " Neverthelers, to "•avoid Fornication, let every Man have his own Wife, " and every Woman her own Husband. The former end was to procure a great good to Man-kind, and this is to prevent a great evil-, wherefore...
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Several sermons upon the fifth of St. Matthew. To which is added ..., Volume 2

Anthony Horneck - 1706
...Honourable, and the Bed vndefileti^ but Whoremongers, and Adulterers God mil J^dge, Heb. xiil. 4. And to avoid Fornication, let every. Man have his own Wife, and every Woman her, St. /-»/, i Cor. vii, 2. An4 drink drink Water out of thine own Gftern, and running Waters out of...
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A practical exposition of our Saviour's sermon on the mount

James Gardiner - 1720
...uneafy under this reftraint, there is a remedy provided j the Apoftle tells us what it is, * fo avaid fornication let every man have his own wife, and every woman her own bufband. If they cannot contain, let them marry ; for it is better to marry than to burn. '\ Marriage...
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The Gentleman's Magazine, Volume 38

John Nichols - Great Britain - 1768
...are the only competent judges in this matter. St Paul's inftruftions in tliii cafe are very plain. To avoid fornication, let every man have his own wife, and every woman her own hulband : Every man hath his proper gift of God, one after this manner, another after that. If they...
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Christian Sobriety: Being Eight Sermons on Titus II.6, Preached with a ...

Jonathan Mayhew - Christian life - 1763 - 343 pages
...and danger of deviating from it : I mean thofe very grave and fober words of the apoftle Paul — " To avoid fornication, , let EVERY man have his own wife, and EVERY woman her own hufband."f — " Marriage is HONOURABLE in ALL, and the bed undefiled : But whoremongers and adulterers...
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Discourses on various subjects

John Leland - Religion - 1769
...the holy Scriptures is very different. To avoid Fornication^ faith St. Pottlt DISCO UR SE XIIT. 27* let every Man have his own Wife, and every Woman her own Hushand, i Cor. vii.. 2. Thofe are condemned as giving Heed tofedudng Spirits, and.fpeaking Lyes in...
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Thelyphthora: Or, A Treatise on Female Ruin, in Its Causes ..., Volume 1

Martin Madan - Marriage - 1780
...verfes, from ver. 2 to ver. 5, jnclufive. The words of the text alluded to are — Never t/je/efs, to avoid fornication, let every man have his own wife, and every •woman her oivn hujband. The ftrength of the whole argument drawn from this paflage cqnfifts in a fort of * quibble...
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The Monthly Review, Or, Literary Journal, Volume 63

Ralph Griffiths, G. E. Griffiths - English imprints - 1780
...practice of :it amwigft' Chriftiafrs. This ftnking paffage is fou'nA in i Cor. vii. 2, &c. " Neverthelefs, to avoid fornication, let every man have his own wife, and every wife her own hufband." ' As this text, fays our Author, hath been a"ntJ is' looked itpon, as a diredt...
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Thelyphthora; or, A treatise on female ruin [by M. Madan].

Martin Madan - 1781
...following verfes, from ver. 2 to ver. 5, inclulive. The words of the text alluded to are — Neverthelefs, to avoid fornication, let every man have his own "wife, and every 'woman her own hujband. The ftrength of the whole argument drawn from this paflage confifts in a fort of * quibble...
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The Constitution of the Reformed Dutch Church, in the United States of America

Reformed Church in America - 1793 - 352 pages
...each of them avoiding all uncleannefs and evil lufts, may live with a good ami quiet confeience. For to avoid fornication, let every Man have his own wife, and every Wife her own hufband ; infomuch that all who are come to their years and have not the gift of continence,...
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