A Candid Narrative of the Rise and Progress of the Herrnhuters, Commonly Call'd Moravians, Or Unitas Fratrum: With a Short Account of Their Doctrines, Drawn from Their Own Writings. To which are Added, Observations on Their Politics in General, and Particularly on Their Conduct Whilst in the County of Büdingen in the Circle of the Upper-Rhine, in Germany
A. Linde, and sold, 1753 - 120 pages
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Page 17 - been preached juft before. At all Hours, whether Day or Night, fome Perfons, of both Sexes, are appointed by Rotation to pray for the Society.
Page 16 - to thefe Colonifts to call their Dwelling-place Huth des Herrn, and afterwards Herrnhuth; which may be interpreted The Guard or Protection of the Lord; and from this the whole
Page 46 - her Senfes are fhut up, and fhe holily perceives that God the Son was a Boy. Ye holy Matrons, who, as Wives, are about your Vice-Chrifts,
Page 44 - moft criminal ; he can, in a Quarter of an Hour, make Abraham willing to kill his Son, which however is the moft abominable Thought a Man can have.
Page 99 - me before Men, him will I alfo deny before my Father which is in Heaven; and
Page 44 - great Liberty. He doth what the Saviour gives him an Inclination to do, and what he has no Inclination for, he is not obliged to do. He doth what the Saviour makes him do, for he is the
Page 46 - in Chriftians, as the moft honourable of the whole Body, my Lord and God having partly inhabited them and partly
Page xxxi - in Holftein, becaufe (in obedience to the king of Denmark^ their lawful prince) they had difclaimed his fuperiority over them.