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" Christ as a mystical member of him, yea of them also whom he acknowledgeth to be his own; secondly that to whom the person of Christ is thus communicated, to them he giveth by the same sacrament his Holy Spirit to sanctify them as it sanctifieth him which... "
A dissertation on the sacrament of the Lord's supper - Page 202
by Henry Card - 1820 - 205 pages
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The Grace of the Ministry Considered as a Divine Gift of Uninterrupted ...

William Denton - Apostolic succession - 1880 - 635 pages
...even His whole entire person o a mystical Head unto every soul that receiveth Him, and that every such receiver doth thereby incorporate or unite himself...mystical member of Him, yea, of them also, whom He acknowledged to be His own ; secondly, that to whom the person of Christ is thus communicated, to them...
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Baptismal regeneration, a lecture

Arthur James Mason - Baptism - 1885 - 13 pages
...even His whole entire Person as a mystical Head unto every soul that receiveth Him, and that every such receiver doth thereby incorporate or unite himself...He giveth by the same Sacrament His Holy Spirit to sanctify them as it sanctifieth Him which is their head ; thirdly that what merit, force or virtue...
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The Reformation Settlement Examined in the Light of History and Law: With an ...

Malcolm MacColl - Reformation - 1899 - 565 pages
...even His whole entire Person as a mystical Head, unto every soul that receiveth Him ; and that every such receiver doth thereby' incorporate or unite himself...He giveth by the same Sacrament His Holy Spirit to sanctify them as it sanctifieth Him which is their Head ; thirdly, that what merit, force, or virtue...
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The Reformation Settlement Examined in the Light of History and Law

Malcolm MacColl - Ecclesiastical law - 1901 - 777 pages
...even His whole entire Person as a mystical Head, unto every soul that receiveth Him ; and that every such receiver doth thereby incorporate or unite himself unto Christ as a mystical member of Hun, yea, of them also whom He acknowledgeth to be His own ; secondly, that to whom the Person of Christ...
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Richard Hooker

Vernon Staley - England - 1907 - 208 pages
...himself even his whole entire Person <wa mystical Head unto every soul that receiveth him, and that every such receiver doth thereby incorporate or unite himself...He giveth by the same sacrament his Holy Spirit to sanctify them as it " (He) " sanctifieth him which is their head ; thirdly, that what merit, force...
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The Incarnation

Herbert Vincent Shortgrave Eck - Incarnation - 1907 - 288 pages
...receiver doth thereby incorporate or unite himself unto 1 S. John vi. 33, 35, 48. S. John vi. 47. CHRIST as a mystical member of Him, yea of them also...He giveth by the same Sacrament His Holy Spirit to sanctify them, as it sanctifieth Him which is their head ; thirdly, that what merit, force or virtue...
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Methodist Review, Volume 55

1873
...every such receiver doth thereby incorporate or unite himself unto Christ as a mystical member of him; secondly, that to whom the person of Christ is thus...he giveth by the same sacrament his Holy Spirit, to sanctify them as it sanctified him which is their head ; thirdly, that what merit, force, or virtue...
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Eucharist: Symbol of Transformation

William R. Crockett - Religion - 1989 - 286 pages
...even his whole entire Person as a mystical Head unto every soul that receiveth him, and . . . every such receiver doth thereby incorporate or unite himself...of them also whom he acknowledgeth to be his own. . . .'/34 Like Cranmer, Hooker's doctrine can be described as a doctrine of the real partaking of the...
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Theology in America: The Major Protestant Voices from Puritanism to Neo ...

Sydney Ahlstrom - History - 2003 - 630 pages
...entire person, as a mystical head, unto every soul that receiveth him, and that every such receiver doth incorporate or unite himself unto Christ as a mystical member of him." Hooker. A peculiar exhibition of Christ under outward signs, "and a mysterious reception of him in...
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Defending Royal Supremacy and Discerning God's Will in Tudor England

Daniel Eppley - History - 2007 - 243 pages
...mysticall member of him, yea of them also whom he acknowledged to be his own; secondly that to whome the person of Christ is thus communicated to them he giveth by the same sacrament his holie spirit to sanctifie them as it sanctifieth him which is theire head; thirdly that what merit...
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