Bible Acts Xxvi : The almost Christian discovered, in some sermons on Acts 26, 28 : with a blow at profaneness / by the R.R. Ezekiel Hopkins, late Lord Bishop of London-Derry ; to which is added the upright Christian discovered, gathered out of the judicious treatises of William Bates, D.D.; Hopkins, Ezekiel,
Bible Acts Xxvi 18 : Great and precious promises; or, Some sermons concerning the promises, and the right application thereof. : Whereunto are added some other concerning the usefulness of faith in advancing sanctification. As also, three more concerning the faith of assurance. / By that pious and faithful servant of Jesus Christ, Mr. Andrew Gray, late minister at Glasgow. All being revised since his death by some friends.; Gray, Andrew,
Bible Acts Xxvi 28 29 : The altogether Christian; his duty explained and enforced. : In some sermons on Acts 26. v. 28, 29. Together with the causes, why there are so few who are altogether Christians. / By John Foxcroft, M.A. formerly of Clare-Hall in Cambridg [sic], now rector of Wifordby in Leicestershire.; Foxcroft, John,
Bible Acts Xxvii 8 : A sermon preached before the Queen at White-Hall / by Tho. Staynor ; and printed by Her Majesties command.; Staynoe, Thomas,
Bible Acts Xxvii 15 : The Julian ship: or Paul's transportation to Rome. : A discourse on Acts 27.15. made on March 20, 1681/80, the Sunday before the last Parliament's meeting at Oxford. / By Wil. Ramsay, Esq; B.D. and then lecturer in Isleworth in Middlesex. Printed because of false breviat's, spread about in city and country to traduce the author as fanaticall; but who as a preacher of peace, did alwayes commend and improve these following texts. ...; Ramsay, William,
Bible Acts Xxviii : The almost Christian discovered, in some sermons on Acts 26, 28 : with a blow at profaneness / by the R.R. Ezekiel Hopkins, late Lord Bishop of London-Derry ; to which is added the upright Christian discovered, gathered out of the judicious treatises of William Bates, D.D.; Hopkins, Ezekiel,
Bible Amos I 3 Ii 5 : Amos's oracles against the nations : a study of Amos 1.3-2.5.; Barton, John,
Bible Amos I Iii : A commentary or exposition vpon the three first chapters of the prophecie of Amos. By Sebastian Benefield Doctor of Diuinitie; Benefield, Sebastian,
Bible Amos Ii : A commentarie or exposition vpon the second chapter of the prophecie of Amos : Deliuered in xxi. sermons in the parish church of Meysey-Hampton in the diocesse of Glocester. By Sebastian Benefield ...; Benefield, Sebastian,
Bible Amos Iii : A commentary or exposition vpon the third chapter of the prophecie of Amos : Deliuered in vxii. [sic] sermons in the parish church of Meysey-Hampton in the diocesse of Glocester. By Sebastian Benefield Doctor of Diuinitie.; Benefield, Sebastian,
Bible Amos Iii 3 : The necessity of agreement with God: : opened in a sermon preached to the Right Honourable the noble House of Peers assembled in Parliament, upon the 29th of October, 1645. being the monethly fast. / By C. Burges, D.D. preacher of the Word to the city of London. Published in obedience to an order of their Lordships.; Burges, Cornelius,
Bible Amos Iv 21 : A sermon preached at the cathedral church of Worcester upon the monthly fast-day, September 16. 1691 / by William Talbot ...; Talbot, William,
Bible Amos Iv Ix : An exposition by way of supplement, on the fourth, fifth, sixth, seventh, eighth and ninth chapters of the prophecy of Amos : where you have the text fully explained ... : together with a confutation of Dr. Holmes, and Sir Henry Vane, in the end of the commentary / by Tho. Hall ...; Hall, Thomas,
Bible Amos V 6 : A sermon preached at the publique fast the eighth of March, in St Maries Oxford, : before the great assembly of the members of the honourable House of Commons there assembled. By Gryffith Williams L. Bishop of Ossory: and published by their speciall command.; Williams, Gryffith,
Bible Amos V 13 : Prudent silence : a sermon preached in Mercers Chappel to the lord mayor and city, Jan. 14, 1648, shewing the great sin and mischief of destroying kings, dehorting from taking away our late soveraign, and deterring all from like wickedness / by Cor. Burges.; Burges, Cornelius,
Bible Amos V 23 24 : Two sermons lately preached at the assizes in St. Maries church in Leicester : The former March 23. 1670. The latter July 27. 1671. By Robert Harrison M.A. late student of Christ-Church Oxon. now rector of Wyfordby in Leicester-shire.; Harrison, Robert,
Bible Amos Vii 5 : Jacob raised: or, The means of making a nation happy both in spiritual and temporal priviledges. : Presented in a sermon preached before the Right Honorable House of Peeres in the Abby Church at Westminster, at the late solemne monthly fast, Decemb. 30. 1646. / By Willam [sic] Goode, B.D. and Pastor of Denton in Norfolk. Published by order of the House of Peeres.; Goode, William,
Bible Amos Vii 10 13 : Warning-peece to all back-sliding Protestants and luke-warme professors : wherein is manifested how sinfull it is to spare our enemies, and the unlawfulnesse of the Irish cessation, and of giving protections to the enemies of God : with a demonstration of the fearfull basenesse of the sin to neutralitie, to the satisfaction of all those who desire to have their consciences informed in these matters.
Bible And Law Early Works To 1800 : The marrow of moderne divinity. The second part : Touching the most plaine, pithy, and spirituall exposition of the ten commandments, the examination of the heart and life by them, the reason why the Lord gave them, and the use that both unbeleevers and beleevers are to make of them. Profitable for any man who either desires to be driven out of himself to Christ, or so to walk as that he may please Christ. In a dialogue, betwixt Evangelista, a minister of the Gospell. Nomologista, a pratlet about the law. And Neophitus, a young Christian. Whereunto is added the difference betwixt the law and the Gospell. / By E.F. author of the first part.; Fisher, Edward,
Bible And Law Sermons 17th Century : A sermon preach'd at the down-sitting of the Parliament of Scotland, Jan 1. 1660-61. / By Mr. Robert Dowglas Minister of Edinburgh.; Douglas, Robert,
Bible And Science England Early Works To 1800 : A new and cleer discovery, of the true, and proper, natural cause, of the ebbing and flowing of the main sea. : Convincingly held forth, both from Scripture and reason. So as any rational man, may easily apprehend, the proper cause on its flucnt [sic] motion: and that it is not the Moon, as some have imagined, and gone about to prove. / Written by Ellis Bradshawe of the Parish of Boulton in the County of Lancaster, Husbandman.; Bradshaw, Ellis.
Bible And Sociology : Psalms in the early modern world / edited by Linda Phyllis Austern, Kari Boyd McBride, David L. Orvis.