An Account of the Life and Death of Mr. Philip Henry, Minister of the Gospel, Near Whitchurch in Shropshire, who Dyed June 24, 1696 in the Sixty Fifth Year of His Age: With Dr. Bates's Dedication

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J. Lawrence, 1712 - Dissenters, Religious - 229 pages

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Page 108 - 6. i. Come, and let us return unto the Lord, for he hath torn—— And at the return of the Year, when the Town was in the Rebuilding, he gave them another very
Page 57 - relatively. It is not fo much what we are at Church, as what we are in our Families. Religion in the Power of it will be Family Religion. In this his Practice was very Exemplary; he was one that walked before his
Page 179 - and not to over-love, to delight in Children or Yoke-fellows, ' and not over-delight; now God is a jealous God, and will ' not give his Glory to any other ; and our
Page 57 - His conftant Care and prudent Endeavour was not only to put away Iniquity far from his Tabernacle, but that where he dwelt, the Word of Chrift might dwell richly. If he might have no other Church, yet he had a Church in his
Page 167 - he knew of no Holy Place, one Holy Day, two Holy Sacraments, and four Holy Canons. Let all Things be done in Charity : Let all Things be done to Edifying : Let all Things be done
Page 166 - that he is All in all; concerning the Favour of God, " that it is better than Life ; concerning the World, that it is " Vanity ; concerning the Word of God, that it is very
Page 7 - Swearing, [ * Sabbath-breaking, and the like; I were bound to be very " thankful: But that it prevailed through Grace effectually to " bring me to God. How much am I indebted, and what
Page 175 - doing or getting good, Sowing or Reaping. As for me, I -. ' make no other Reckoning, but that the Time of my Departure ' is at hand, and what Trouble I may meet with before, I " know not, the Will of the Lord be done : One of my chief
Page 190 - long with Pain upon his Bed, and the Multitude of his Bones with ftrong Pain.
Page 98 - his Charity, whofe Reprefentation of their Cafe he did not like, or who he thought did amifs to take that Courfe, he would firft give them an Alms, and then mildly reprove them; and labour to convince them that they were out of the way of Duty, and that they could

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