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Page 277 - Thou haft prepared for us to walk in ; through Jefus Chrift our Lord, to Whom, with Thee and the Holy Ghoft, be all honour and Glory, world without end.
Page 187 - Judgments' relates of one, who used every Lord's day to hunt in sermon-time, and he had a child by his wife with a head like a dog, and it cried like a hound. His sin was monstrous, and it was punished with a monstrous birth. The Lord threatened the Jews that if they would not hallow the sabbath.day, he would kindle a " fire in their gates,
Page 187 - Day) almost consumed with fire: chiefly for prophaning the Lords Sabbaths, and for contemning his word in the mouth of his faithfull Ministers.
Page 301 - Prophet, are not your lfa lv- 8» '• thoughts, nor are your ways my ways : for as the heavens are higher than the earth, fo are my ways than your ways, and my thoughts than your thoughts. God's wifdom is as the heavens, the higheft and top of all wifdom; man's as the earth, beneath which there is no degree, but that of hell and darknefs : we therefore in this...
Page 201 - How fearful is this place! this is none other but the House of God, this is the Gate of Heaven, surely the Lord is in this place, (p.
Page 325 - But the antichristian abuse of this divine ordinance should not abolish the lawful use thereof betwixt Christians and their pastors in cases of distress of conscience, for which it was chiefly ordained. "And verily there is not any means more excellent to humble a proud heart, nor to raise up an humble spirit, than this spiritual conference between the pastors and the people committed to their charge. If any...