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" Country Parson being to administer the sacraments, is at a stand with himself, how or what behaviour to assume for so holy things. Especially at communion times he is in a great confusion, as being not only to receive God, but to break and administer... "
De sacerdotio of St. John Chrysostom - Page xxi
by Saint John Chrysostom - 1906 - 192 pages
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The clergyman's instructor, or, A collection of tracts on the ministerial ...

Clergyman - Clergy - 1824 - 443 pages
...stand with himself, how or what behaviour to assume for so holy things. Especially at communion times he is in a great confusion, as being not only to receive God, but to break and administer him. Neither finds he any issue in this, but to throw himself down at the throne of grace, saying,...
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The Clergyman's Instructor: Or, a Collection of Tracts on the Ministerial Duties

Pastoral theology - 1827 - 443 pages
...stand with himself, how or what behaviour to assume for so holy things. Especially at communion times he is in a great confusion, as being not only to receive God, but to break and administer him. Neither finds he any issue in this, but to throw himself down at the throne of grace, saying,...
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The Remains of that Sweet Singer of The Temple

George Herbert - 1841 - 244 pages
...stand with himself, how or what behaviour to assume for so holy things. Especially at communion times he is in a great confusion, as being not only to receive God, but to break and administer him. Neither finds he any issue in this, but to throw himself down at the throne of grace, saying,...
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The remains of ... George Herbert

George Herbert - English poetry - 1841 - 244 pages
...stand with himself, how or what behaviour to assume for so holy things. Especially at communion times he is in a great confusion, as being not only to receive God, but to break and administer him. Neither finds he any issue in this, but to throw himself down at the throne of grace, saying,...
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The Temple: And the Country Parson

George Herbert - Religious poetry - 1842 - 369 pages
...stand with himself, how or what behavior to assume for so holy things. Especially at communion times he is in a great confusion, as being not only to receive God, but to break and administer him. Neither finds he any issue in this, but to throw himself down at the throne of grace, saying,...
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The Country Parson: His Character and Rule of Holy Life

George Herbert - Clergy - 1842 - 89 pages
...stand with himself, how or what behavior to assume for so holy things. Especially at communion times he is in a great confusion, as being not only to receive God, but to break and administer him. Neither finds he any issue in this, but to throw himself down at the throne of grace, saying,...
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The Complete Works of George Herbert: And The Satires and Psalms of Bishop Hall

George Herbert - 1855 - 498 pages
...stand with himself, how or what behaviour to assume for so holy things. Especially at communion times he is in a great confusion, as being not only to receive God, but to break and administer him. Neither finds he any issue in this, but to throw himself down at the throne of grace, saying,...
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The doctrine of the real presence as set forth in the works of divines and ...

Edward Bouverie Pusey - 1855
...himself, how or what behaviour to assume for so holy things. Especially at communion time he is in great confusion, as being not only to receive God, but to break and administer Him. Neither finds he any issue in this, but to throw himself down at the throne of grace, saying,...
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The temple, sacred poems and private ejaculations, with A priest to the ...

George Herbert - 1865
...stand with himself, how or what behaviour to assume for so holy things. Especially at communion times he is in a great confusion, as being not only to receive God, but to break and administer him. Neither finds he any issue in this, but to throw himself down at the throne of grace, saying,...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 94

1867
...stand with himself, bow or what behaviour to a*sume for so holy things. Especially at Communion times, he is in a great confusion, as being not only to receive God, but to break and ndminaier Him.' Did Herbert believe that God, who is ' One and ladiviiible,' could be broken ? Does...
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