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" There appeared in these our days a man of great virtue, named Jesus Christ, who is yet living amongst us, and of the Gentiles is accepted for a Prophet of truth, but his own disciples call him the Son of God. "
Curiosities of Music: A Collection of Facts Not Generally Known, Regarding ... - Page 299
by Louis Charles Elson - 1880 - 363 pages
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The Emerald, Volumes 1-2

Business & Economics - 1806 - 698 pages
...a prophet of truth, but his own disciples call him the son of God. He raiseth the dead, and cureth all manner of diseases. A man of stature somewhat tall and comely, with a very reverend countenance, such as the beholders may both fear and love : his hair is of the colour...
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Polyanthos, Volume 1

Literary Criticism - 1806
...a prophet of truth ; but his own disciples call him the Son of God. He raiseth the dead and cureth all manner of diseases. A man of stature somewhat tall and comely ; with a very reverend countenance, such as the beholders may both love and fear ; his hair of the colour...
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The Theophilanthropist; Containing Critical, Moral, Theological ..., Issues 1-9

Religion - 1810 - 384 pages
...prophet of truth ; but his own disciples eall him the Son of God.—He raiseth the dead, and cureth all manner of diseases. A man, of stature somewhat tall and comely, with a very reverend countenance, such as the beholders may both love and fear ; his hair of the colour...
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The new and complete life of our blessed Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ ...

Paul Wright - Religion - 1810
...a Prophet of Truth, but by his own disciples called the SON of GOD. He raiseth the dead and cureth all manner of diseases. A man of stature somewhat tall and comely, with a very reverend countenance, such as the beholders may both love and /ear : his hair is the colour...
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The Halcyon Luminary, and Theological Repository, Volume 1

Theology - 1812
...a prophet of truth ; but his own disciples call him the SON OF GOD. He raiseth the dead, and cureth all manner of diseases. A man of stature somewhat tall, and comely; with a very reverend countenance, such as the beholders may both love and fear ; his hair of the color of...
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A guide to Burghley house, Northamptonshire [by T. Blore].

Thomas Blore - 1815
...prophet of truth ; but his own disciples call him. the Son of God. He raiseth the dead, and cureth all manner of diseases : a man of stature somewhat tall and Comely, with a very reverend countenance, such as the beholders may both love and fear; his hair the colour of a...
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Tickler, Or, Monthly Compendium of Good Things, in Prose and ..., Volumes 1-3

English wit and humor - 1818
...for a rrophet of truth, but his disciples call him the Son of God. lie raiscth the dead, and cureth all manner of diseases; a man of stature, somewhat tall, and comely, with a very reverend countenance, such as the beholders may both love and fear ; his hair is of the colour...
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Christian Herald and Seaman's Magazine, Volume 7

John Edwards Caldwell - 1820
...accepted as a prophet of truth, hut his own disciples call him the Son of God. He raiseth the dead, cureth all manner of diseases. A man of stature somewhat tall and comely, with a very reverend countenance, such as the beholder may both love and fear. His hair of the colour of...
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Travels in Various Countries of Europe, Asia and Africa: Greece, Egypt, and ...

Edward Daniel Clarke - Africa - 1823
...a Prophet of Truth ; but his own Disciples call him the Son of God. He raiseth the dead, and cureth all manner of diseases. A man of stature, somewhat tall and comely, with a very reverend countenance, such as the beholders may both love and fear ; his hair, the colour of...
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Catholicon; or, The Christian philosopher

1824
...a prophet of truth, but his own disciples call him the Son of God. He raiseth the dead, and enrol h all manner of diseases. A man, of stature, somewhat tall and comely, with a very reverend countenance, such as the beholders may both love and fear; his hair the colour of a...
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