Bible English Coverdale : A photographic reproduction of the original royal injunctions issued under the authority of King Henry VIII by viceregent Thomas Lord Cromwell ordering that the Bible in English be set up in every parish Church dated September, 5th, 1538.; England. Sovereign, 1509-1547 (Henry VIII)
Bible Ephesians I : A commentarie vpon the first chapter of the epistle of Saint Paul, written to the Ephesians : Wherein, besides the text fruitfully explained: some principall controuersies about predestination are handled, and diuers arguments of Arminius are examined. By Mr. Paul Bayne, sometimes preacher of Gods word at Saint Andrevves in Cambridge.; Baynes, Paul,
Bible Ephesians I 3 : An appeal to the light, or, Richard Baxter's account of four accused passages of a sermon on Eph. I,3 : published in hope either to procure the convincing instructions of the wise, or to humble and stop the erroneous resisters of the truth.; Baxter, Richard,
Bible Ephesians I 4 : The absolute and peremptory decree of election to eternal glory reprobated : in a sermon preached before the university in Great St. Maries Church in Cambridge / by Robert Neville ...; Neville, Robert,
Bible Ephesians I 5 : Absolute election of persons, not upon foreseen conditions, stated and maintained : in some sermons preach'd at Hartford : with some animadversions on some Pelagian passages in a book entituled, Vulgar errors in divinity removed, written by Mr. Ralph Battell ... / by Will. Haworth ...; Haworth, William.
Bible Ephesians I 13 : Comfort for believers, or, A discourse of the duty and priviledge of being sealed by the Holy Spirit : In five sermons upon Eph. I. 13-- published for the establishment of weak believers, who are fill'd with doubts and fears about their eternal state. By Nathanael VViles pastor of a Church of Christ in Shadwell.; Wyles, Nathaniel.
Bible Ephesians I 21 22 : The vvorld to come. Or, The kingdome of Christ asserted. : In two expository lectures of Ephes. 1. 21, 22. verses. Prooving that between the state of this world as now it is, and the state of things after the day of judgement, when God shall be all in all: there is a world to come which is of purpose, and is a more especiall manner appointed for Jesus Christ to be king, and wherein he shall more eminently reign. / Preached by Mr. Tho: Goodwin many years since, at Antholins, London. Published for the truths sake.; Goodwin, Thomas,
Bible Ephesians Ii 1 : A description of the unregenerate and the truly Christian temper or state : in a sermon preach'd before the University of Cambridge, on commencement Sunday, in the forenoon, June 30, 1700 / by John Gaskarth ...; Gaskarth, John,
Bible Ephesians Ii 1 3 : Man's sinfulness and misery by nature : asserted and opened in several sermons on Ephes. 2, verses 1, 2, 3 : designed chiefly for the unconverted : whereunto is added a disputation concerning the headship of Adam and Christ / by John England ...; England, John,
Bible Ephesians Ii 4 : The dove, with an olive-branch in its mouth, or, Gods mercy to sinful man / delivered in a sermon at Great St. Helens London, March 15. 1662. by Ab. Cheesman ...; Cheesman, Ab.,
Bible Ephesians Iii 8 Sermons : Anexichniastoi ploutoi toū Christoū. = The unsearchable riches of Christ. Or, meat for strong men; and milk for babes : Held forth in XXII. sermons from Ephes. 3. 8. By Thomas Brooks, preacher of the word in London.; Brooks, Thomas,
Bible Ephesians Iv : The impostures of seducing teachers discovered : in a sermon before the right honourable, the Lord Major and Court of Aldermen of the city of London at their anniversary meeting on Tuesday in Easter week, April 23, 1644 at Christ-Church / by Richard Vines.; Vines, Richard,
Bible Ephesians Iv 5 : A sermon concerning the doctrine, unity, and profession of the Christian faith : preached before the University of Oxford : to which is added an appendix concerning the Apostles Creed / by Tho. Smith ...; Smith, Thomas,
Bible Ephesians Iv 12 : A sermon preached at the primary visitation of the Right Reverend Father in God, John, Lord Bishop of Norwich : June, 20th. 1692 / by George Raymond ...; Raymond, George,
Bible Ephesians Iv 16 : Odos gath operbochēns : the more excellent way to edifie the Church of Christ, or, A discourse concerning love : the design of which is to revive that grace (now under such decays) among Protestants of all perswasions / by Nathanael Vincent ...; Vincent, Nathanael,
Bible Ephesians Iv 23 : Three sermons preached upon severall publike occasions / by John Gauden.; Gauden, John,
Bible Ephesians Iv 32 : A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the lord mayor Sir James Smith, the Right Worshipful the aldermen and sheriffs of the city of London, and the governours of the hospitals : on Tuesday in Easter last, at the parish-church of St. Botolph Aldgate / by Greg. Hascard.; Hascard, Gregory.
Bible Ephesians V 4 : Foolish talking and jesting described and condemned : In a discourse on Ephes. 5.4. neither foolish talking, nor jesting, which are not convenient. By Daniel Burgess.; Burgess, Daniel,
Bible Ephesians V 8 : The change: or, the blind eye opened. A double discourse on Ephes. 5.8. Yee were sometimes darknesse, but now are yee light in the Lord : shewing the great alteration that is wrought in a man regenerate from what he was in his unregeneracy. Presented, first to the eare, now to the publike eye, by the author Thomas Dugard, Mr. of Arts, Cambr.; Dugard, Thomas,
Bible Ephesians V 10 : The present duty and endeavour of the saints. : Opened in a sermon at Pauls upon the Lords day December, 14th. 1645. / By Joseph Caryl, minister of the Gospell at Magnus neere London-Bridge.; Caryl, Joseph,
Bible Ephesians V 33 : Love and fear the inseperable twins of a blest matrimony: : charactarized in a sermon occasioned by the late nuptialls between Mr William Christmas and Mis Elizabeth Adams. Preached in St Dionis Back-Church by Nathanael Hardy Mr of Arts and preacher to that parish.; Hardy, Nathaniel,
Bible Ephesians Vi 7 8 : A sermon preach'd at the Church of St. Mary le Bow to the Societies for Reformation of Manners, June 26, 1699 / by Edward Lord Bishop of Gloucester.; Fowler, Edward,