Practical Theology: Comprising Discourses on the Liturgy and Principles of the United Church of England and Ireland ; Critical and Other Tracts ; and a Speech Delivered in the House of Peers in the Year 1824, Հատոր 2
James Duncan and John Cochran, 1830
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Էջ 54 - And how superior to King Agrippa, does the former appear, when, pleading his cause before him, he uttered this fervent wish, " I would to God, that not only thou, but all who hear me this day, were both almost, and altogether such as I am — except these bonds
Էջ 263 - and when his image returns, each day, and each hour, before my view, I will pause from the care of the world, and say: " It was thou; my companion, my guide, and mine own familiar friend; we took sweet counsel together, and walked in the house of God, as friends.
Էջ 35 - to be diligent in reading the Holy Scriptures, and in such studies as help to the knowledge of the same, laying aside the study of the world and the flesh,
Էջ 177 - N DISCOURSE VI. 1 TIMOTHY, iv. 15. MEDITATE UPON THESE THINGS ; GIVE THYSELF WHOLLY TO THEM; THAT THY PROFITING MAY APPEAR TO ALL. IT is worthy of serious attention, that, in the offices for the ordering of Deacons and Priests, and for the consecration of Bishops, our Church expects and prays for, in all members of her ministry, from the lowest to the highest, a twofold
Էջ 57 - He had,' says his biographer Mr. Birch, ' so profound a veneration for the Deity, that the very name of GOD, was never mentioned by him, without a pause, and a visible stop in his discourse; in which, Sir Peter
Էջ 290 - De hominis justificatione. Tantum propter meritum Domini, ac servatoris nostri Jesu Christi, per fidem, non propter opera et merita nostra, justi coram Deo reputamur. Quare sola fide nos justificari, doctrina est saluberrima, ac consolationis plenissima, ut in