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" He alone, free among the dead, having power to lay down His life, and power to take it again... "
Theological works, published at different times, and now collected - Page 131
by Thomas Scott - 1808
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A preservative against Quakerism, or, A complication of deism, enthusiasm ...

Patrick Smith - 1732
...unjuftly on their Parts to inflift on him; which being freely undergone by him in our Stead, havmg Power to lay down his Life, and Power to take it again, as he had received Commandment from his father^ God therefore accepted it as a fufficient Propitiation...
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The Christian Philosopher: Or, A Divine Essay on the Doctrines of ..., Book 1

Nicholas Robinson - Theological anthropology - 1741 - 165 pages
...unjuft, could not be efficacious for our Redemption. And for this Reafon, he frequently declares, ] That he had Power to lay down his Life, and Power to take it up again : And that no Man could involuntarily take it from him : So that in furrendering up himfelf...
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Contemplations, moral and divine ...: To which is prefixed, an Account of ...

Sir Matthew Hale - 1763
...commanders, were ftricken with aftonifhment, and became .as dead, Matth. xxviii. 2, 3, 4. Our Lord, who had power to lay down his life, and power to take it up again, John x. 17. reaflumes his body, which, tho' it had tailed death, yet had not feen corruption,...
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A defence of revelation in general, and the gospel in particular; in answer ...

William Bell, Francis Webb - 1766
...iii. 35'— xvii. 2.-——Luke x. 22. 35.——After ted, that by the immediate Authority of God, he had Power to lay down his Life, and Power to take it again : John x. 15, 17, 18 : compared with xv. 12, 13. .. , 26.—Aflerted, That as God had Life in himfelf,...
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Christ the righteousness of his people; or, The doctrine of justification by ...

Richard Rawlin - 1772
...time, how did he appear in our natures, and with what joy gird up himfelf for the great undertaking ? He had power to lay down his life, and power to take it again ; and with infinite readinefs and condefceniion, he lays it down, refigns his precious life, that he might...
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The Works of...

Robert Riccaltoun - 1772
...grave. But it came out quite otherwife. He had faid before his death, what no creature could fay, " that he had power to lay down his life, '* and power to take it up,again;" andha4 accordingly foretold that he would do fo ; adding withal, that no man had power to...
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The spiritual magazine, or The Christians grand treasure

John Allen - 1802
...— the armies and numberless host of our sins, when surrounded and enclosed in tbe wrath of GOD, as he had power to lay down his life, and power to take it again, John viiL 18. then what power must behave fin his exalted state) to save that soul that puts its trust...
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The Works, Moral and Religious, Volume 2

Sir Matthew Hale, Richard Baxter - Theology - 1805
...Matlh. xxviii. 1. * John xx. 1. were were ftricken with aftonimment and became as dead '. Our Lord, who had power to lay down his life, and power to take it up again 2, re-affiimes his body, which, though it had tafled death, yet had not feen corruption, and...
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The Works, Moral and Religious, of Sir Matthew Hale, Knt. ...: The ..., Volume 2

Sir Matthew Hale, Richard Baxter, Thomas Thirwall - Theology - 1805
...Matih. xxviii. 1. • John xx. 1. T*ere ftricken with aftonifhment and became as dead '. Our Lord, who had power to lay down his life, and power to take it up again 2, re-afiumes his body, which, though it had tailed death, yet had not feen corruption, and...
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Eight Sermons on the Nativity, Personal Character, Crucifixion and Death ...

Henry Dimock - 1806 - 262 pages
...author and giver of life expires on the cross ; and, at the very instant of expiration, he discovered that he had power to lay down his life and power to take it again, and his last words on the cross had something so wonderful in them as to convert the centurion himself;*...
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