A little treatise vppon the firste verse of the 122. psalm, stirring vp vnto carefull desiring & dutifull labouring for true Church gouernement [by] R.H. Repr

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W. Brewster, 1618
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Page 68 - ... to add more labour vnto the Lords worke. For the Arke being brought home, & plaeed in a tent, he defired to build an houie for the fame.
Page 7 - ... alone from heauen, the thing to vs vnlooked for, thereby incouraging vs to marche...
Page 68 - And of all our forwardnes and goodnes, which appeared in the day. when the...
Page 21 - But when they haue with eating and drinking been fatufied, aud haue balled themfelues well by a good fire, then it is death to goe to worke againe:but forthwith the feeling of thateafe crauethmore, vnco the time of fleape. Therefore ought wee u...
Page 46 - Jhould be but only oneapparant to us in the world: shal that church for ever be deprived after they haue once wanted a minifter, for default of authority to cal & ordain another?
Page 37 - Valiant lofliua thereby was ftrucken fulliforet for he rent his clothes and fell to the earth at the...
Page 38 - V^ah , brought not home the Arke at that time , but feared and lamented...
Page 41 - Fsg'f, was for taking upon him a wrong calling "; and not rather for doing that which was no mans calling to do. For there was no man in...
Page 58 - Tabernacle, for his true worfhips fake, & his glory therein appearing. '.And as it was his life to dwell in the...
Page 69 - ... .as he might he did with all his power, and .became a...

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