Sixteen sermons on various subjects and occasions

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Printed J. Cooke; and G.G. and J. Robinson, and F. and C. Rivington, London, 1795 - 463 pages
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Page 166 - the rod of mine anger, and the ftaff " in their hand is mine indignation. I will " fend him againft an hypocritical nation, " and againft the people of my wrath will " I give him a charge to take the fpoil, " and to take the prey, and to tread them " down like the mire in the ftreets.
Page 109 - it is briefly comprehended in this faying, " namely, Thou fhalt love thy neighbour " as thyfelf. Love worketh no ill to his " neighbour; therefore love is the fulfilling " of the law f ." It can do no ill, and will do all the good in
Page 445 - the glory of the eternal Trinity, and in the power of the divine Majefty to worihip the Unity; we befeech thee, that thou wouldeft keep us ftedfaft in this faith ; and evermore defend us from all adverfities; who liveft and reigneft one God world without end.
Page 319 - Lord hath heard the voice of my prayer; " that he hath inclined his ear unto me; " therefore will I call upon him as long as " I live'.
Page 289 - arife and declare them to their children; " that they might fet their hope in God, '/ and not forget the works of God, but " keep his commandments
Page 164 - manifeft himfelf in the new Jerufalem, as the prince of peace, and reign for ever and ever, King of kings, and Lord of lords. After this period, we find the Almighty employing, in their turns, the celebrated monarchies of the world, to protect, or to annoy, to
Page 196 - afk any thing according to his will, he " heareth us. And if we know that he " hear us, whatfoever we afk, we know
Page 466 - fhall call me blefled. For he that is " mighty hath magnified me, and holy is " his name : and his mercy is on them " that fear him throughout all genera■ tions.
Page 181 - they fhall not be fhut day nor " night; that men may bring unto thee " the forces of the Gentiles, and that their " kings may be brought; for the nation " and kingdom that will not ferve thee
Page 320 - reigneth. Let us be glad, and " rejoice, and give honour to him; for " the marriage of the Lamb is come, " and his wife hath made herfelf ready'.

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