The Story of Congregationalism in Surrey

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J. Clarke, 1908 - Congregational churches - 448 pages
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Page 97 - And on the sabbath we went out of the city by a river side, where prayer was wont to be made ; and we sat down, and spake unto the women which resorted thither.
Page 253 - Friday night (Sept. 13), at half-past ten, I drove from dear, dear Merton, where I left all which I hold dear in this world, to go to serve my king and country. May the great God, whom I adore, enable me to fulfil the expectations of my country...
Page 246 - ... since they could not have the word of God preached, nor the sacraments administered without idolatrous gear...
Page 251 - HERE we suffer grief and pain; Here we meet to part again; In heaven we part no more.
Page 246 - English service r that therefore it was their duty in their present circumstances, to break off from the public churches, and to assemble as they had opportunity in private houses, or elsewhere, to worship God in a manner that might not offend...
Page 30 - ... the unhappy differences in matters of religion, which we found among our subjects upon our return; but it being evident by the sad experience of twelve years that there is very little fruit of all these forcible courses...
Page 193 - he was a Divine of extraordinary worth for solid judgment, healing moderate principles, acquaintance with the Fathers, great ministerial abilities, and a godly upright life.
Page 20 - He was a Fellow of the Royal Society, and of the Society of Antiquaries, and joined this Society in 1839.
Page 6 - ... to it : What How ? how now ? hath How such learning found, To throw art's curious image to the ground ? Cambridge and Oxford may their glory now Veil to a cobbler, if they knew but How.
Page 2 - Jesus Christ ; and then standing together they joined hands, and solemnly covenanted with each other in the presence of Almighty God, to walk together in all God's ways and ordinances, according as he had already revealed, or should further make them known to them.

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