Zenon, the Martyr: A Record of the Piety, Patience, and Persecution of the Early Christian Nobles, Volume 1

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H. Colburn, 1847 - Church history
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Page 179 - Hearken unto me, ye that know righteousness, The people in whose heart is my law; Fear ye not the reproach of men, Neither be ye afraid of their revilings. For the moth shall eat them up like a garment, And the worm shall eat them like wool: But my righteousness shall be for ever, And my salvation from generation to generation.
Page xi - Every man has one or more qualities which may make him useful both to himself and others. Nature never fails of pointing them out...
Page 91 - Mars) in high relief, with a spear in one hand and a shield in the other ; beneath the latter a bird, probably a goose.
Page 238 - Man that was to come, the Seed of the woman, which was to bruise the serpent's head and break the power of death and sin.
Page 238 - Abraham by tradition, but new light dawned with the promise that in his seed all the families of the earth should be blessed ; and thus Christology constantly became amplified.
Page 237 - cattle" and "beasts ;" that the "cattle" are quadrupeds and the "beasts" are bipeds — apes; we have also shown thatthe tempter of Eve was a "beast of the field;" that he was fully aware of the law of. God forbidding man to eat of the fruit of a certain tree in the Garden...
Page x - ... further to represent to your Lordship, that the like attempts, when encouraged by other governments, have met with uncommon success; and at this very time I know a very respectable character, a black priest, at Cape Coast Castle. I know the within named GUSTAVUS VASSA, and believe him a moral good man. I have the honour to be, My Lord, Your Lordship's Humble and obedient Servant, MATT. MACNAMARA. Grove, 11 th March, 1779. This letter was also accompanied by the following from Doctor Wallace,...
Page 127 - There is nothing, my dear Philip, new or remarkable here, unless it be that the whole city is full of the rumor of my name, and every one is desirous of seeing this new Erostratus, the incendiary. Persevere manfully in what you are doing for the right instruction of youth ; for my part I am ready, if such be the will of God, to suffer any thing for you and for them. I would rather die and lose for ever, what would indeed be a most painful privation, your delightful society, than recant any part of...
Page 136 - I told thee, lady, that He sent his Son into the -world, to take our nature into his, to restore to it its immortality.

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