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" But I say, Have they not heard? Yes verily, their sound went into all the earth, and their words unto the ends of the world. "
An Exposition of the Epistle of Paul the Apostle to the Romans: With Large ... - Page 418
by John Brown - 1766 - 606 pages
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Dissertations on the prophecies, which have remarkably been ..., Volume 2

Thomas Newton (bp. of Bristol.) - 1766
...very elegantly applies to the lights of the church what the Pfalmift faid of the lights of heaven, their found went into all the earth, and . their 'words unto the ends of the 'world. But how improbable, and in all human appearance impoflible was it, that a few poor rimermen and fuch...
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A New Introduction to the Study and Knowledge of the New Testament, Volume 1

Edward Harwood - 1767 - 327 pages
...fun arid moon, and applies it to the preaching of the Apoftles? But I fay, have they not heard? yest ••verily, their found went into all the earth, and their words unto the ends of the world, Rom. xv. 18. So So our Saviour makes ufe of Ifaiab's words to the Jews of old, to the Jews of £«...
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Leading Sentiments of the People Called Quakers Examined: As They are Stated ...

Samuel Newton - 1771 - 240 pages
...without a preacher ? *' This he anfwers, Ver. 18. faying, " But I fay, *• have they hot heard ? Yes, verily, their found *•. went into all the earth, and their words unto the " ends of the world; infinuating, that this divine '* Preacher hath founded in the ears and hearts of all " men ; for of...
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The Book of common prayer, explained by a paraphrase at the bottom of each page

1779
...then, faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God. But I fay, Have they not heard? Yes verily, their found went into all the earth, and their words unto the ends of the world. But I lay, Did notlfrael know ? Firft,Mofc$ faith, I will provoke you to jealoufy by them that are...
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An Apology for the True Christian Divinity, Being an Explanation and ...

Robert Barclay - 1780 - 574 pages
...without a preacher ? This he anfwers in the i8th verfe, faying, But, I Jay, have they not heard? Yes verily, their found went into all the earth, and their words unto the ends of the world; -infinuating that The dmne this divine preacher had founded in the ears and thV^oVd hearts of all men...
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Treatise Upon the Authenticity of the Scriptures and the Truth of the ...

Jacob Bryant - 1793 - 227 pages
...region ; who foon attained to the fame fpiritual advantages. Hence it was truly faid of the apoftles — Their found went into all the earth, and their words unto the ends of the 'world. Romans x. 18. Thus has this very ancient prophecy been fulfilled in every part. And in the £exture...
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The Whole Works of the Late Rev. Mr. Ebenezer Erskine, Minister of ..., Volume 2

Ebenezer Erskine - 1798 - 596 pages
...trumpet, the found of which goes to the end of the earth: Rom. x. 1 8. " Have they not heard ? Yes verily, their found went into all the earth, and their words unto the ends of the world." This gathering trumpet of the everlafting gofpel you read of, If. xxvii. 13. " And it fhall come to...
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A New Universal History of the Religious Rites, Ceremonies, and Customs of ...

William Hurd - 1799 - 930 pages
...acknowledge the truth of what they did not believe. The apostle Paul (see Rom. x.. 18.) says, " their sound went into all the earth, and their words unto the ends of the world." This has generally been considered, as intimating, that the religion of Christ had been taught throughout...
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Dissertations on the Prophecies which Have Remarkably Been ..., Volume 2

Thomas Newton - 1803
...very elegantly applies to the lights of the church what the Pfalmift faid of the lights of heaven, their found went into all the earth, and their words unto the ends of the world. But how improbable, and in all human appearance impofiibie was it, that a few poor filhermen and fuch...
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Primitive truth and order vindicated from modern misrepresentation: with a ...

John Skinner (bp. of Aberdeen.) - 1803 - 545 pages
...was omitted, no creature neglected, by the apoftles in general, but that, as St. Paul fays of them, " their found went into all the earth, and " their words unto the ends of the world."t But when this was accomplifhed by their common and united efforts, there was nothing to...
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