The History of the Kirk of Scotland (Google eBook)

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Printed for the Wodrow Society, 1843 - Scotland
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Page 259 - And Elisha said unto the king of Israel, What have I to do with thee? get thee to the prophets of thy father, and to the prophets of thy mother.
Page 150 - I have communicated my judgment to the world. If the realm finds no inconvenience from the regiment of a woman, that which they approve shall I not further disallow than within my own breast, but shall be as well content to live under your Grace as Paul was to live under Nero...
Page 114 - He might receive the punishment of our transgression, by His death to make satisfaction to Thy justice...
Page 306 - John Knox wisheth grace, mercy, and peace from God, the father of our lord Jesus Christ, with the spirit of righteous judgment.
Page 219 - And now, my Lords, to put an end to all, I hear of the Queen's marriage: Dukes, brethren to Emperors, and Kings, strive all for the best game. But this, my Lords, will I...
Page 115 - ... thy children and heirs ; that by him alone we have entrance to the throne of thy grace ; that by him alone we are possessed in our spiritual kingdom to eat and drink at his table, with whom we have our conversation presently in heaven, and by whom our bodies shall be raised up again from the dust, and shall be placed with him in that endless...
Page 31 - And these sacraments (as well of the Old as of the New Testament) were instituted of God, not only to make a visible difference betwix his people, and those that were without his league ; but also to exercise the faith of his children ; and by participation of the same sacraments, to...
Page 35 - God himself doth sit and judge (yea even the Judges and Princes themselves), to whom by God is given the sword, to the praise and defence of good men, and to revenge and punish all open malefactors.
Page 32 - Table, so do eat the body, and drink the blood of the Lord Jesus, that He remaineth in them and they in Him...
Page 261 - God's ordinance ; the other was, that subjects were not bound to obey their princes if they commanded unlawful things, but that they might resist their princes, and were not ever bound to suffer.

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