Questions on the Lessons, Collect, Epistle, and Gospel, in the Sunday Morning Service of the Church: Designed for Bible Classes and Sunday Schools. No.2. Extending from Ash Wednesday, to the Fifth Sunday After Trinity, Inclusive

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R.S.H. George, 1847
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Page 9 - Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday after the first Sunday in Lent, in Spring; after the feast of the Pentecost (Whitsunday), Summer; after the festival of the Holy Cross.
Page 54 - Repent ye therefore, and be converted, that your sins may be blotted out, when the times of refreshing shall come from the presence of the Lord.
Page 49 - For the chief priest has his proper services, and to the priests their proper place is appointed, and to the Levites appertain their proper ministries, and the layman is confined within the bounds of what is commanded to laymen.
Page 37 - ... to withhold from us long the pleasure of expressing it ; and therefore, as soon as the Absolution is pronounced, and we are thereby rendered fit for rejoicing, she begins her office of praise with anthems proper to the day, encouraging her members to call upon one another to keep the feast : for that Christ our Passover is sacrificed for us, and is also risen from the dead, and become the first fruits of them that slept...
Page 36 - ... the blessed JESUS made expiation for the sins of the whole world, and by the shedding of his own blood, obtained eternal redemption for us.
Page 50 - He that is within the altar is pure ; but he that is without, that is, that does any thing without the Bishop, and Presbyters, and Deacons, is not pure in his conscience.
Page 50 - POLYCARP, and the presbyters that are with him, to the church of God which "is at Philippi ; mercy unto you, and peace, from God Almighty, and the Lord Jesus Christ, our Saviour, be multiplied.
Page 50 - can reckon up those whom the apostles ordained to be bishops in the several churches, and who they were that succeeded them down to our own times.
Page 29 - Palm-Sunday, in commemoration of our Saviour's triumphal entry into Jerusalem, when the multitude that attended him strewed palm-branches in his way : * in remembrance of which palms were used to be borne here with us upon this day till the second year of king Edward VI.
Page 50 - Forgive us our debts,' observes, ' Besides these general debts, there is a debt due to widows who are maintained by the Church ;.another to deacons ; another to presbyters; and another to bishops ; which is the greatest of all, and exacted by the Saviour of the whole Church, who will severely punish the non-payment of it.

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