Bible Thessalonians 1st Ii 5 8 : Paul as infant and nursing mother : metaphor, rhetoric, and identity in 1 Thessalonians 2:5-8 / by Jennifer Houston McNeel.; McNeel, Jennifer Houston.
Bible Thessalonians 1st Iv : Movnt Pisgah, or, A prospect of heaven : being an exposition on the fourth chapter of the first epistle of St. Paul to the Thessalonians, from the 13th verse, to the end of the chapter, divided into three parts / by Tho. Case ...; Case, Thomas,
Bible Thessalonians 1st Iv 6 : A sermon preached before the Right Honourable, the Lord Mayor and court of aldermen at Guild-Hall-Chappel, July the 23th, 1682 / by Thomas Pargiter ...; Pargiter, Thomas,
Bible Thessalonians 1st Iv 10 : A sermon preached at the Oxfordshire feast at St. Mary le Bow, November 15, 1694 / by Samuel Walker, M.A. ; published at the request of the stewards.; Walker, Samuel,
Bible Thessalonians 1st Iv 10 11 : Ta proz eirenen, the things that belong unto peace, or, A seasonable discourse for these factious times / delivered lately in a sermon before the judges at St. Maries in Nottingham at the assizes there, and now printed at the command of some persons of honour ; to which is annexed A short and modest apology for the author and book of the several weighty considerations, humbly recommended to the serious perusal of all, but more especially to the Roman Catholicks of England, by Thomas Sheppey ...; Sheppey, Thomas.
Bible Thessalonians 1st Iv 13 : A sermon preacht at the funeral of the Honourable the Lady Mary Farmor, Baronet, who died at London on the 18th day of July, 1670, and was buried the 5th day of August following the Eston-Neston in Northamptonshire / by John Dobson ...; Dobson, John,
Bible Thessalonians 1st Iv 14 : A sermon preacht at Great Milton in the county of Oxford, Decemb. 9, 1654 : at the funeral of that eminent servant of Jesus Christ Mris. Elizabeth Wilkinson, late wife to Dr. Henry Wilkinson, principall of Magdalen Hall : whereunto is added a narrative of her godly life and death / by Edmund Staunton ...; Staunton, Edmund,
Bible Thessalonians 1st V 18 : A peace-offring [sic] to God for the blessings we enioy vnder his Maiesties reigne, : with a thanksgiuing for the princes safe returne on Sunday the 5. of October. 1623. In a sermon preached at Manitree in Essex, on Thursday the 9. of October, next after his Highnesse happy arriuall. / By Samuel Ward of Ipswich..; Ward, Samuel,
Bible Thessalonians 1st V 19 : A sermon preached in his Majesties Chappel at Whitehall on the eighth of February, 1684/5, being the Sunday after the death of His late Sacred Majesty, King Charles the Second of blessed memory / by Thomas Horne ...; Horne, Thomas,
Bible Thessalonians 1st V 19 25 : The progresse of saints to full holinesse : described in sundry apostolicall aphorismes, or short precepts tending to sanctification, with a sweete and divine prayer to attaine the practise of those holy precepts / by Thomas Taylor ...; Taylor, Thomas,
Bible Thessalonians 2nd I 7 8 : The absolute necessity of spiritual husbandry : in breaking up our fallow ground. Together with a discourse of the terrible coming of Christ, to execute vengeance on all that remain fallow ground, and obey not the gospel. By Samuel Tomlyns, M.A. and minister of the gospel in Marlborough.; Tomlyns, Samuel,
Bible Thessalonians 2nd Ii : XVIII sermons on the second chapter of the 2d Epistle to the Thessalonians : containing the description, rise, growth, and fall of Antichrist : with divers cautions and arguments to establish Christians against the apostacy of the Church of Rome : very necessary for these times / by that late reverend and learned divine, Thomas Manton ...; Manton, Thomas,
Bible Thessalonians 2nd Ii 1 : The general assembly: or, A discourse of the gathering of all saints to Christ : Wherein it appears that all saints in all places and ages, shall be at last gathered together to Christ their head. Together with the time, manner, ends and reasons of this last great congregating of all saints, and what use may be made thereof. Being some meditations upon 2 Thess. II. 1. By O. H. minister of the Gospel.; Heywood, Oliver,
Bible Thessalonians 2nd Ii 7 : Popery, a great mystery of iniquity : proved in a sermon preached in the parish church of Newland, in the county of Glocester, on Wednesday the 22d. of December, 1680, being the fast-day appointed by the Kings proclamation ... / by Thomas Jekyll ...; Jekyll, Thomas,
Bible Thessalonians 2nd Ii 11 : Ancient and modern delusions, discoursed of in three sermons upon 2 Thes. 2.11 : concerning some errors now prevailing in the Church of Rome / by Edward Pelling ...; Pelling, Edward,
Bible Thessalonians 2nd Iii 2 : A sermon preached before the Right Honourable Lord Mayor, and the Court of Aldermen, at Guild-Hall Chappel upon the 23 of March 1672/3, being Palm Sunday / by John Lambe ...; Lambe, John,
Bible Thessalonians 2nd Iii 16 : An olive branch found after a storme in the northern seas. : And presented to his Majesty in a sermon at the court in New-Castle. / By Samuel Kem, a little before his Majesties going to Holmbey. Published according to order.; Kem, Samuel,
Bible Thessalonians 2nd Iv 13 : A sermon preached at the funeral of the Reverend Doctor Ambrose Atfield, late minister of St. Leonard Shoreditch, preached in the said parish church, March 19, 1683/4 / by Richard Pearson ...; Pearson, Richard,
Bible Timothy 1st 4 8 : The profit of godliness : Set forth in five sermons on I Tim. 4. 8. Wherein many weighty questions touching the promises of Godliness are judiciously resolved. By that eminent and learned divine, Mr. Thomas Byrdall, M.A. late minister of the word, and preacher at Walsall, in the county of Stafford.; Byrdall, Thomas,
Bible Timothy 1st I 2 : A sermon appointed for Saint Pauls Crosse, : but preached in Saint Pauls Church, on the day of His Maiesties happy inavgvration. March 27. 1642. By Richard Gardyner, D.D. and Canon of Christ-Church, Oxon.; Gardiner, Richard,
Bible Timothy 1st I 9 : A sermon preach'd at the assizes held for the county of Surrey, at Kingston upon Thames, March 30. 1699. / By Henry Hesketh, rector of Charlewood, and Chaplain in Ordinary to His Majesty.; Hesketh, Henry,
Bible Timothy 1st Ii 9 : Coma berenices; or, The hairy comet; : being a prognostick of malignant influences from the many blazing stars wandring in our horizon.
Bible Timothy 1st Ii 12 : A sermon preached at the Temple-Church, May 29. 1692. : And printed at the desire of the Bench-Table of the honourable Society of the Inner-Temple. / By William Sherlock ...; Sherlock, William,
Bible Timothy 1st Iii : A sermon of the credibility of the mysteries of the Christian religion : preached before a learned audience / by Tho. Smith ...; Smith, Thomas,