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" Who against hope believed in hope, that he might become the father of many nations, according to that which was spoken, so shall thy seed be. "
Considerations on the Life and Death of St. John the Baptist: By George ... - Page 16
by George Horne - 1769 - 143 pages
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Anabaptism routed: or, A survey of the controverted points. Together with a ...

John Reading - 1655
..., that right eottfntfs might be imputed to them alfo. Rom. 4. 1 1. his- faith preceded the feat who believed in hope, that he might become the father of many Nations. Rom. 4. 18. this was when God (pake to him, Gen. 15.6. and he not tveak^ in faith — 'being fully...
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The New Testament, with references. To which are added, the ..., Volume 2

Francis Fox - 1748
...quickneth the dead, and 0 calleth thofe things which be not, as though they were : 1 8. Who againfthope believed in hope, that he might become the father...many Nations ; according to that which was fpoken, p So lhall thy feed be. 19. And being not weak in faith, q he ,confide.red not his own body now dead,...
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Philosophical and Theological Works: Moses's sine principio. 3d ed., corr

John Hutchinson - 1748
...ivho quickeneth the Dead, and calleth thofe 'Things 'which be not, as though they were : Who again/I Hope, believed in Hope, that he might become the Father of many Nations ; according to that which wasfpoken, So Jhall thy Seed be. And being not weak in Faith, he con/idered not his own Body now dead,...
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Tracts in divinity

William Hawkins - 1758
...Generations : fb the extraordinary Faith of ABRAHAM was counted to him for Righteoiifnefs ; ii,ho again/I Hope believed in Hope, that he might become the Father of many Nations. — There was in thefe therefore, and many others, a certain Pre-eminence of Virtue and Righteoiifnefs,...
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The Christian, a course of sermons

Samuel Walker - 1759
...Difficulties with GOD, and in Defpite of them all, againft Hope he believed in Hope, that (neverthelefs) be might become the . Father of many Nations, according to that which was fpcken (c). Do you walk in the Steps of this Faith of your Father Abraham ? Are youfull}' perfuaded,...
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An Exposition of the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans: With Large ...

John Brown - 1766 - 606 pages
...and callcth thofe things which be not as though they were: Whs againß hope believed in hope, tbat be might become the father of many nations ; according to that -which was fpoken, So foall tby feed be. being not weak in faith, he con/îderecf not his <rwn body now dead, when he was...
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Faithful Contendings Displayed: Being an Historical Relation of the State ...

1780 - 676 pages
...and offer up your only begotten fon Ifaac : and it is laid of him, Jlom. iv. 1 8. — ivho againjl hope believed in hope, that he might become the father of many natictu : he believed in hope. And I will not fay, that this generation will live to fee the decayed...
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A collection of theological tracts. [Ed.] by R. Watson, Volume 1

Richard Watson (bp. of Llandaff) - 1785
...iv. 3. where he repeats it thas : " Abraham be" lieved God ¡" which he thus explains, ver. 18, 22. " Who againft " hope, believed in hope, that he might...of many . " nations: according to -that which was fpokcn, fo lhall thy feed " be. And being not weak, in faith, he confidered not his own •' body now...
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A Collection of Theological Tracts, Volume 4

Richard Watson - 1791
...it was counted to him for righteoufnefs. Let us fee how St. Paul exprefTes it, Rom. iv. 1 8 — 22 " Who, againft hope, believed in hope, that he might...father of many nations ; according to that which was " fpokcn, fo mall thy feed be : and being not weak in his faith, *' he confidered not his own body...
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A Collection of Theological Tracts, Volume 4

Richard Watson - 1791
...lieved God j" which he thiis explains, ver. 18, 22. " Who againit " hope, believed in h,ope» 'hat he might become the father of many " nations ; according to that which was fpoken, fo fhall thy feei *' be. Arid being not weak in faith, he cbnfidercd not his own " body now dead, when...
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