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" In the form of God, and thought it not robbery to be equal with God ; yet he made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness of men ; and, being found in fashion as a man, he humbled himself, and became... "
The Socinian controversy discuss'd: wherein the chief of the Socinian tracts ... - Page 118
by Charles Leslie - 1708 - 366 pages
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The Fountain of Life Opened, Or, A Display of Christ in His Essential and ...

John Flavel - Presbyterian Church - 1671 - 572 pages
...he also styles the man his fellow: his other self. You have the sense of it in Phil. 2 : 6. He was in the form of God, and thought it not robbery to be equal with God. Against Christ his fellow, the delight of his soul, the sword here receives its commission....
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A paraphrase and comment upon the Epistle and Gospels, appointed to be used ...

George Stanhope - 1732
...Judge; if they would aflc themfelves, how they fhall then be able to ftand before Him, Who though he was in the form of God, and thought it not robbery to be equal with God, yet humbled himfelf to the form of a Servant, and became obedient unto Dtatb y (yen the Death...
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The works in verse and prose, of William Shenstone ...

William Shenstone - 1768
...Yet were they, after all, but faint evidences, in comparifon of what were given, when ' he, who was in the form of God, and thought • it not robbery to be equal with God, — was found • in fafhion as a man, and became obedient unto • death, even the death...
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The Principles of Christianity, as Taught in Scripture: Being Seven ...

Thomas Bowman - 1790 - 243 pages
...he is not a Chriflian. For Chrift readily parted with all for the fake of his people, though he was in the form of God, and thought it not robbery to be equal with God. How then can we be faid to follow his example, to prove ourfelves his difciples, unlefs we...
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The System of Doctrines: Contained in Divine Revelation, Explained ..., Volume 1

Samuel Hopkins - Theology, Doctrinal - 1793
...reconciled with itfelf, and appears perfectly confiftent, on this head : While we there behold him who was in the form of God, and thought it not robbery to be equal with God ; who appeared and afted from the beginning of the tvorld,and under the OldTelbment difpenfation,...
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Sacred Biography- Or: The History of the Patriarchs to which is ..., Volume 2

Henry Hunter - Religion - 1794
...cheerful and voluntary, not forcibly obtruded upon him, but fought out and fubmitted to ? Chrift, though " in the form of God, and thought it not robbery to be equal with God, yet made himfelf of no reputation^ and took upon upon him the form of a fervant." Was fympathy...
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Sermons on various subjects

Luke Booker - Religion - 1794 - 302 pages
...although he was thus " highly exalted, and had a Name that is above every name ; *—though he was in the Form of God, and thought it not robbery to be equal with God, he made himfelf of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a iervant, was made in the...
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Sermons on Practical Subjects, Volume 2

Robert Walker, Hugh Blair - Sermons - 1796
...This " Word," adds he, " was made flefh, " and dwelt" or tabernacled " among men." — ** He who was in the form of God, and " thought it not robbery to be equal with " God, made himfelf of no reputation, took " upon him the form of a fervant, and wa$ rt made in...
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Discourses on Domestic Duties

Samuel Stennett - Conduct of life - 1800 - 476 pages
...lo God ; and of the effential fervices he had hereby mod cordially rendered to them. Though " he was in the form of God, and " thought it not robbery to be equal with God,. " yet he made himfelf of no reputation, and took up" on him the form of a fervant *," that...
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Sermons, Volume 1

Thomas Gisborne - Sermons, English - 1802
...redemption for mankind. All this he forefaw, but it fhook not .the purpofe of his love. Though he was in the form of God, and thought it not robbery to be equal with God ; he made himfelf of no reputation, and took upon himfeif the form of a fervant, and was made...
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