Bible Luke Xxi 25 33 : A very comfortable and necessary sermon in these our dayes / made by the right reuerend father and faithfull seruaunt of Iesus Christ Martin Luther ; concerning the comming of our Sauior Christ to Iudgement and the signes that go before the Last Day, which sermon is an exposition of the Gospell appointed to be red in the church on the second Sonday in Aduent ; and is now newly translated out of Latin into English and something augmented and enlarged by the translator with certaine notes in the margent.; Luther, Martin,
Bible Luke Xxii 39 : Evangelical repentance unto salvation not to be repented of : upon 2 Cor. 7, 10 ; and as most seasonable, Short considerations on that great context Hebr. 12, 26, "Yet once more I shake not only Earth, &c." : upon the solemn occasion of the late dreadful earthquake in Jamaica and the later monitory motion of the earth in London, and other parts of the nation and beyond the sea ; whereunto is adjoined a discourse on death-bed repentance, on Luc. 22, 39 / by T. Beverly.; Beverley, Thomas.
Bible Luke Xxii 54 58 60 62 : Peters fall. Two sermons upon the historie of Peters denying Christ, : wherein we may see the causes of mans falling from God, and the manner how: both of the vvicked thorovve incredulitie, and of the godly by infirmittie; and also the vvay that God hath let dovvne in his vvorde to rise agayne..; Udall, John,
Bible Luke Xxii 60 62 : St. Peter's sin and true repentance : amplified and improved in a discourse occasion'd by the publick profession of repentance made by T.W., who after eleven years slavery in Turkey renounc'd his baptism and Christianity there ... / by John Shower.; Shower, John,
Bible Luke Xxiv 32 : Christs impressions strong, sweet, and sensible on the hearts of believers, : delivered in a sermon at Athelstonfoord, June 16, 1700. at the celebration of the sacred Eucharist. With some addition / By I.C. M.D.; Clark, James,
Bible Luke Xxxv : The charity of lending without usury, and the true notion of usury briefly stated : in a sermon preach'd before the Right Honourable the Lord Mayor, at St. Bridget's church, on Tuesday in Easter-week, 1692 / by William Sherlock ...; Sherlock, William,
Bible Malachi I 2 3 : A godly and fruitfull sermon vpon the 2. and 3. verses of the first chapiter [sic] of the prophet Malachie. / Preached at Paules Crosse, the 16 day of August 1590. by Robert Palmer preacher of the word of God at Maldon in Essex. ; Wherein is handled at large the doctrine of Gods holy and eternall predestination. ; Published at the earnest request of diuers godly and well disposed christians [sic] then present..; Palmer, Robert.
Bible Malachi I 14 : The male of the flock, or A sermon preached at St. Pauls, before the right honourable, the Lord Mayor, and the right vvorshipfull, the aldermen of the city of London, Septemb: the 9th: 1655. / By Benjamin Agas, minister of Cheneyes in Bucks.; Agas, Benjamin.
Bible Malachi Iii 9 12 : Neglect of supportin[g] and maintaining the pure worship of God by the professing people of God, is a God-provoking and land-wasting sin and repentance with reformation of it, the only way t[o] their outward felicity, or, The cause of New-Englands scarcity and right way to its plenty : as it was discovered and applied in a sermon preached at Roxbury on a fast-day, July 26, 1687 / by James Allen, teacher to the first gathered church in Boston.; Allen, James,
Bible Malachi Iii 17 : The saints, Gods precious treasure. : Opened in a sermon both in the [brace] extent grounds [brace] of the point, at the funeral of that hopeful young gent. Darcy Wyvil, Esq. eldest son, and heir apparent to the truly honourable Sr. Christopher Wyvil of Burton Constable in Yorkshire; Baronet. / By Tho. Case ...; Case, Thomas,
Bible Malachi Iv 2 3 : The author and subject of healing in the church : set forth in a sermon preached before the Right Honorable the Parliament of England at St. Margarets Church in Westminster, on Wednesday, April 25, 1660, being the day of their assembly / by Dr. Edward Reynolds ...; Reynolds, Edward,
Bible Mark I 2 3 : The difficulty of, and the encouragements to a reformation. : A sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons at the publike fast, Septem. 27. 1643. By Mr. Anthony Burges sometimes fellow of Emanuel Colledge, and now pastor of Sutton-Cofield in Warwickshire.; Burgess, Anthony,
Bible Mark Ix 5 : Osculum pacis : Concio ad clerum habita Exoniæ, in trien. visit. R.P. ac D.D. Jos. Hall episcopi Exon. Ab H.B.; Byam, Henry,
Bible Mark Ix 22 23 : Three sermons vpon Marke, the ninth chapter, 22.23. verses : Containing fifteene doctrines, the particulars whereof appeare in the next pages following. / By Robert Cleauer.; Cleaver, Robert,
Bible Mark Vi 12 : An exhortation to a personal and national repentance : a sermon / preached at St. James Church, Westminster, Feb. 5, 1688/9 by Tho. Knaggs ...; Knaggs, Thomas,
Bible Mark Vii 1 13 : An exercitation on the historical relation, Matth. 15, 1--9, Mark 7, 1--13, concerning eating with unwashen hands : by way of appendix or supplement to the discourse concerning indifferencies ...; Alsop, Vincent,
Bible Mark Vii 32 25 : The deafe man cured : Wherein three things are handled. 1 Christian charity. 2 Humane misery. 3 The divine power and mercy of Christ. Upon Marke 7. ver. 32. 33, 34, 35. By Tobias Higgins minister of Gods Word at Wickwar: neere Bristoll.; Higgins, Tobias.
Bible Mark Vii 37 : To the Right Reverend Father in God, Henry Lord Bishop of London.; Sion, Alexander.
Bible Mark Viii 15 : Leaven, corrupting the childrens bread; or Christs caveat to beware of sectaries and their dangerous doctrines. : In two sermons on Mark 8. 15. The former preached in the Cathedrall Church of Lincoln, at the lecture, on Wednesday, October 1. 1645. The latter in another auditorie. / By John Clarke, B. D. and pastor of the church of Fiskerton, neere Lincoln.; Clarke, John,
Bible Mark X 15 : A sermon preached before the King at White-Hall, Decemb. the 24th. 1676 / by Thomas Sprat ...; Sprat, Thomas,
Bible Mark X 21 : Morality not to be relied on for life, or, A brief discourse, discovering the one thing wanting which leaves the legalist short of life eternal : delivered in a sermon on the lecture in Boston, May, 23d. 1700 / by Samuel Willard, teacher of a Church in Boston.; Willard, Samuel,
Bible Mark Xii 17 : A sermon preached at the assizes held at Reading, in the county of Berks, July 12th, 1681 / by John Okes ...; Okes, John,
Bible Mark Xiii 37 : Christs watch-word. : Occasioned on the funerall of the truly reverend Mr Laurence Bodley, Bachelour of Divinity, late fellow of Exeter Colledge in Oxford, and rector of Clist-Hidon in Devon. / By Richard Pecke, Master of Arts, and minister of Gods Word in Columpton..; Pecke, Richard.
Bible Mark Xvi 6 : The devout soules search : with the happie issue of comfort found : in a sermon, preached at Paules Crosse, Ian. 14. 1610 / by Thomas Myriell ...; Myriell, Thomas,
Bible Mark Xxii 17 : A sermon preached at the assizes at Norwich upon the fifth day of August, 1693 / by J.R., M.A., Rector of Brundal.; Russell, John,
Bible Mathew Xxiv 44 : Death's alarum: or, Security's vvarning-piece. : A sermon preached in S. Dionis Back-Church, at the funerall of Mrs. Mary Smith (daughter of Mr. Isaac Colfe, formerly minister of Gods Word at Chadwell in Essex, and late wife of Mr. Richard Smith of London, draper) who dyed the 9th. day of Novemb. 1653. and was buried the 16th of the same moneth. By Nath: Hardy, Mr. of Arts, and preacher to that parish.; Hardy, Nathaniel,