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Bible Jeremiah Xxxiii 6 : Englands distemper, : having division and error, as its cause: wanting peace and truth for its cure. Set forth in a sermon preacht at Uxbridge on January 30th. being the first day of the treaty. Together with a vindication of the author from those scandalous aspersions cast upon him by the malignant party. / By Christopher Love Master of Arts, preacher to the garrison at Windsor Castle.; Love, Christopher,  1645 1
Bible Jeremiah Xxxiii 20 21 : Mr. Tillinghast's eight last sermons ... : to which is added The idols abolished, being his notes on Isa. 2: 18.; Tillinghast, John,  1655 1
Bible Jeremiah Xxxiv 17 : A sermon, delivered at Montpelier, October 15, 1828, before the Vermont Colonization Society [electronic resource] / by Silas M'Keen.; McKeen, Silas,  1828 1
Bible Jeremiah Xxxiv 23 : The return of the sword : or a divine prognostick delivered in a sermon at Newcastle : manifesting that breach of covenant is a prognostick of the return of the sword. / By Robert Jenison. Dr. of D.; Jenison, Robert,  1648 1
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Bible Job Aramaic Qumran Targum : The Targum to Job from Qumran Cave XI.; Sokoloff, Michael.  1974 1
Bible Job Criticism Interpretation Etc : Triumphing in the face of adversity : why should the righteous suffer? : an exposition of the Book of Job / Emmanuel S. Kulor.; Kulor, Emmanuel S.,  2010 1
Bible Job I 21 : God's eigendom en schikkinge, voorgefteld op Niewe-Jaars-Dag, 1695 : In een' verhandelinge over de woorden Jobs I.21. Ter gelegenheid van't afsterven van Maria, Koninginne van Engeland, Schotland, Vrankryk, en Ierland, van gezegende en onsterfelyke gedachtenis, voorgevallen den 28 December, 1694. Door Nic. Wiltens, bedienaar des Goddelyken woords, in Zyne Majesteits Capelle te St. James.; Wiltens, Nikolaas.  1695 1
Bible Job I Ii : The Christian exercise of fasting, priuate and publike : plainly set forth by testimonies of holy Scriptures, and also of old and late writers: wherein is shewed how religious families priuatly, and the congregations publikely, haue humbled themselues before almightie God, making vse of iudgements past, auoyding euils present, and preuenting future calamities, &c. Together with sundrie abuses of fasting in three generations of hypocrites: the first in the dayes of the prophets: the second in the dayes of Christ: the third in the dayes of Antichrist. Hereunto also are added some meditations on the 1. and 2. chapters of Iob, to comfort and instruct all such as be afflicted with any crosse, either inwardly in minde, or outwardly in bodie. By H. Holland, minister and preacher of Gods word.; Holland, Henry,  1596 1
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Bible Job Ii 20 : Hopes deferred and dashed : observed in a sermon to the honovrable Hovse of Commons ... July 30, 1645 ... / by Thomas Coleman.; Coleman, Thomas,  1645 1
Bible Job Iii 17 : The pilgrims port or The weary mans rest in the grave : opened and improved in a sermon, at the funeral of the Honorable Ms. Margaret Marwood, wife to Hen Marwood Esq; together with a character of the deceased gentlewoman; briefly describing the tenure of her life, and the manner of her death. / By Geo. Ewbancke, chaplain to ... Geo. Marwood, Esq.; Ewbancke, George.  1660 1
Bible Job Illustrations : Illustrations of the Book of Job / invented and engraved by William Blake.; Blake, William,  1904 1
Bible Job Iv 5 : The crosse lined that it gall not, or, A sermon preached Octob. 14, 1657 in Alderman-bury Church, London / by Francis Warham.; Warham, Francis,  1658 1
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Bible Job V 12 : A sermon preach'd before the King at Whitehall, Novemb. 5, 1696 / by Sir William Dawes.; Dawes, William,  1696 1
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Bible Job X 7 : Job's appeal : Being a funeral discourse delivered at Northonnam in York-shire, upon occasion of the death of Mr. Jonathan Denton, wherein a Christian's state is stated before God, and his sufferings from the hand of God cleared. Grounded upon Job X.7. By Oliver Heywood, minister of the gospel.; Heywood, Oliver,  1695 1
Bible Job X 10 : A sermon preached on the occasion of a funeral at Gabuly in Ireland / by a Dominican fryer.; Dominican fryer.  1689 1
Bible Job Xi 20 : Hopes deferred and dashed. : Observed in a sermon to the Honorable House of Commons, in Margarets VVestminster Iuly 30. 1645. Being the monethly fast. / By Thomas Coleman preacher of the gospel at Peters Cornhill London. Published by order.; Coleman, Thomas,  1645 1
Bible Job Xi 47 : The Pharisee's council : a sermon preach'd before Their Majesties in their chappel at Whitehall, the Friday after Passion-Sunday, April the 6th, 1688 / by J.D. ...; J. D.  1688 1
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Bible Job Xii 23 : Gods soveraign power over nations: : set forth in a sermon preached at Pauls, before the Right Honourable, John Warner Esq; Lord Major of the city of London, Febr. 20. 1647. Wherein certain endeavors for the settling of mens spirits, in a quiet peaceable posture, in these tumultuous and unquiet times. / By John Cardell, Master of Arts, and preacher to the inhabitants of Alhallows-Lumbardstreet, London. March 3. 1647. Imprimatur Joseph Caryl.; Cardell, John.  1648 1
Bible Job Xiv 1 : A sermon preached at the funerall of Mr. Lucas Lucie, merchant, October 23, 1663 / by Nathanael Waker ...; Waker, Nathaniel.  1664 1
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Bible Job Xix 25 27 : Job's assurance of the resurrection : a sermon at Winwick in the county palatine of Lancaster, June 25, 1689 at the funeral of the Reverend Richard Sherlock D.D., late rector there / by Tho. Crane.; Crane, Tho.  1690 1
Bible Job Xix 25 Sermons : A funeral sermon : Opening the nature and grounds of assurance, occasioned by the death of Mr. Philip King, Minister. Who departed this life, November, 8th. 1699. By Jonathan Owen.; Owen, Jonathan.  1700 1
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Bible Job Xxi 26 : A funeral sermon occasioned by the death of the Lady Lane : late wife of the Right Worshipful Sir Thomas Lane, Kt. and Alderman of the city of london, who died November the 29th. 1698 : and of John Lane, Esq., late father of the said Sir Thomas Lane, who died the 8th of December following ... / by Nathanael Taylor.; Taylor, Nathanael,  1699 1
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Bible Job Xxix 14 17 : A sermon preached at the minster in Yorke : at the assizes there holden, the thirtieth day of March, 1663 / by Thomas Bradley ...; Bradley, Thomas,  1663 1
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Bible Job Xxxiii 22 24 : A sermon preached before the Queen at White-Hall, August 21, 1692 / by Nathanael Resbury ...; Resbury, Nathanael,  1692 1
Bible Job Xxxiii 23 24 : A funeral sermon preached upon the sad occasion of the death of that emiment and faithful servant of Christ, Mr. Thomas Rosewell : who departed this life February the 4th : and whose remains were interred February th 19th. 1691/2 / by Mathew Mead.; Mead, Matthew,  1692 1
Bible Job Xxxiv 18 : Disloyalty of language questioned and censured. or, A sermon preached against the licencious loosenesse of seditious tongues / by Rich. Towgood B.D. one of His Majesties chaplains, and vicar of St. Nicholas Church in Bristoll. January 17, 1642.; Towgood, Richard,  1643 1
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Bible Job Xxxiv 30 : A sermon preached before the learned society of Lincoln's-Inn, on January 30, 1732 [electronic resource] : from Job XXXIV, 30, that the hypocrite reign not, lest the people be ensnared / by a layman.; Gordon, Thomas,  1733 1
Bible Job Xxxix 19 : Bellicus equus : ex Jobi cap. 39, ad vers. 19.  1685? 1
Bible Job Xxxv Xxxvii : An exposition with practical observations continued upon the thirty-fifth, thirty-sixth, and thirty-seventh chapters of the book of Job : being the substance of thirty-five lectures / by Joseph Caryl ...; Caryl, Joseph,  1664 1
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