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" My son, fear thou the LORD and the king : and meddle not with them that are given to change... "
Discourses Preached on Several Occasions - Page xiii
by Thomas Sherlock - 1797 - 338 pages
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Studies in Proverbs: Laws from Heaven for Life on Earth

William Arnot - 1978 - 584 pages
...you may do much to purify the rising spring. Piety and Patriotism (Proverbs 24:21) "My son, fearthon the Lord and the king: and meddle not with them that are given to change." THERE are two kings and two kingdoms in Scotland," said James Melville to his royal master; and our...
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Pulpits, Politics and Public Order in England, 1760-1832

Robert Hole - 2004 - 344 pages
...moderation on all sides and condemned factional politics. By 1767, Bishop Lowth was preaching on the text 'fear thou the Lord and the king and meddle not with them that are given to change'.* Wilkes was to become the new target for condemnation in political sermons, but in 1763 the attack amounted...
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Revolution Principles: The Politics of Party 1689-1720

J. P. Kenyon - 1990 - 248 pages
...approved of the Revolution. M His general tone was admonitory - he took as his text Proverbs 24: 21, 'Fear thou the Lord and the King, and meddle not with them that are given to change '-but it is difficult to reconcile this sermon with the attitude he adopted a few years later, and...
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Defoe's Politics: Parliament, Power, Kingship and 'Robinson Crusoe'

Manuel Schonhorn - 1991 - 174 pages
...Legislative Power, where-ever that resides" (p. 23). Bradford's sermon before the King was on Proverbs 24.21: "My Son, fear thou the Lord and the King: And meddle not with them that are given to change. ' ' Defoe, if he had heard or read it, might have gotten some satisfaction that a sermon on a text...
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The Shaping of Québec Politics and Society: Colonialism, Power, and the ...

Gérald Bernier, Daniel Salée - 1992 - 170 pages
...social order of things was thought to be the product of divine design that should never be altered: "Fear thou the Lord and the King; and meddle not with them that are given to change," urged Bishop Strachan in one of his sermons (Wise, 1979, p. 258). Closeness to God guided human beings...
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Rabbi Israel Salanter and the Mussar Movement: Seeking the Torah of Truth

I. Etkes - 1993 - 389 pages
..."war" appears in Salanter's homiletic interpretation of a talmudic saying in Sotah 22a: " 'My son, fear the Lord and the king, and meddle not with them that are given to change (shonim)' [Prov. 24:21]. Rabbi Yitzhak said, this refers to those who repeat (shonim) halakhot." Regarding...
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Whether Secular Government Has the Right to Wield the Sword in Matters of ...

James Martin Estes - 1994 - 118 pages
...government, to whom he has commanded and entrusted it, as Solomon truly warns and says: "My son, fear the Lord and the king: and meddle not with them that are given to rebellion: For their calamity shall rise suddenly; and who knows the ruin of them both?"12 And David...
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The Clockmaker: Series One, Two and Three

Thomas Chandler Haliburton - 1995 - 867 pages
...the Psalmist ... change"] Compare Proverbs 24:21. In this proverb Solomon, the son of David, states, "My son, fear thou the Lord and the king: and meddle not with them that are given to change." See IB. Vol. 4, p. 920. 510.20-22 a President ... a ... Loco Foco] In October 1835 the "radical, agrarian,...
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Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England, Volume 8

John Leeds Barroll, Susan P. Cerasano - 1996 - 288 pages
...chose as his text Proverbs 24, 21-23 the two verses immediately following the previous year's text. "My son, fear thou the LORD and the king: and meddle not with them that are given to change. For, their destruction shall rise suddenly: and who knoweth the destruction of them both? These things...
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The Religion of the People: Methodism and Popular Religion C. 1750-1900

David Hempton - 1996 - 239 pages
...should be drawn away by the dissimulation of evil-disposed men. We proclaim loudly and earnestly, Tear the Lord and the King: and meddle not with them that are given to change. Avoid them.'31 In 1817, the Committee of Privileges sent out a letter to meet the rising tide of radicalism...
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