Bible Philippians Iv 2 : A sermon preached before the Queen, at White-Hall, on Wednesday, March 15, 1692/3 / by Charles Hickman ...; Hickman, Charles,
Bible Philippians Iv 3 : Euodias and Syntyche, or, The female zelots [sic] of the church of Philippi : mis-led, mis-guided, seduced by those of the concision, those evill workers of the said church : set forth in a sermon at Brent-wood, in Essex, Febru. 28, 1636, at the metropoliticall visitation of the most reverend Father in God, William, Lord Arch-bishop of Canterbury / by Iohn Elborrovv, vicar of S. Pancras, alias, Kentish-towne by London.; Elborow, John.
Bible Philippians Iv 11 12 : A sermon on Phil. IV., 11, 12. For I have learned in whatsoever state I am in therewith to be content : I know both how to be abased, and I know how to abound; every where, and in all things, I am instructed both to be full and to be hungry, both to abound and to suffer need.; Stafford, Richard,
Bible Philippians Iv 12 : A sermon preached before the Right Honourable the House of Peeres, : in the Abbey at Westminster, the 26. of Novemb. 1645. Being the day appointed for solemne and publique humiliation. / By Jer: Burroughes. Published by order of the said House.; Burroughs, Jeremiah,
Bible Phillippians I 23 : A sermon preached at the funeral of that truly pious and faithful minister of Jesus Christ, Mr. Nich. Thorowgood : at Godelman in Surrey. / By John Buck, Minister of the Gospel.; Buck, John.
Bible Plays Early Works To 1800 : Terentius Christianus, sive Comoediae duae Terentius stylo conscriptae. : Ad usum scholarum seorsum excusae: Tobaeus, sc, Juditha. His accessit Pseudostratiotes, fabula jocosa ac ludicra. / Authore Corn. Schonaeo.; Schonaeus, Cornelis,
Bible Polyglot : The considerator considered: or, A brief view of certain considerations upon the Biblia polyglotta, the prolegomena and appendix thereof. : Wherein, amongst other things, the certainty, integrity, and divine authority of the original texts, is defended, against the consequences of athiests, papists, antiscripturists, &c. inferred from the various readings, and novelty of the Hebrew points, by the author of the said Considerations. The Biblia polyglotta, and translations therein exhibited, with various readings, prolegomena and appendix, vindicated from his aspersions and calumnies. And the questions about the punctation of the Hebrew text, the various readings, and the ancient Hebrew character briefly handled. / By Br. Walton. D.D.; Walton, Brian,
Bible Polyglot 1657 : Briani Waltoni In Biblia polyglotta prolegomena specialia / recognovit Dathianisque et variorum notis suas immiscuit Franciscus Wrangham.; Walton, Brian,
Bible Polyglot X Publication And Distribution : A brief description of an edition of the Bible, : in the original Hebr. Samar. and Greek, with the most ancient translations of the Jewish and Christian churches, viz. the Sept. Greek, Chaldee, Syriack, Æthiopick, Arabick, Persian, &c. and the Latine versions of them all, a new apparatus, &c.
Bible Prophecies Early Works To 1800 : Brightmans predictions and prophecies: : vvritten 46. yeares since; concerning the three churches of Germanie, England and Scotland. Fore-telling the miserie of Germanie, the fall of the pride of bishops in England by the assistance of the Scottish Kirk. All which should happen (as he foretold) between the yeares of 36. and 41. &c.
Bible Proverbs English : The schoole of vvisdome. : Wherein all estates & degrees of men, may learne their seuerall duties: whose morall precepts are comprehended in a small booke of sentences. / Gathered in order by Tho. Timme.; Tymme, Thomas,
Bible Proverbs English Selections : An alphabet of the holy proverbs of King Salomon specially from the beginning of the tenth chapter to the end of the booke : for the helpe of memorie and for a more ready finding out of any whole sentence, if onely the beginning be called to mind: with a short interpretation of the more hard prouerbs, wherein also diuers translations are compared and laied together for a further helpe to vnderstanding. Collected and set down in this order with a mind desirous to procure that these holy prouerbs might be made yet more familiar euen to children by the delight of so plaine and familiar a method.; Allen, Robert,
Bible Proverbs English Selections 1684 : Solomon's Proverbs English and Latin, : alphabetically collected for help of memory. / In English by H.D. ; and since made Latin by S. Perkins ... ; Fitted for the use of schools.; Danvers, Henry,
Bible Proverbs I 10 16 : A sermon preached at Stow, in the county of Bucks, on the ninth of September, 1683 : being the day of thanksgiving appointed by the King's declaration, for acknowledging God's great mercy in discovering and defeating the late treasonable conspiracy against His Sacred Majesty's person and government / by Tho. Wagstaffe ...; Wagstaffe, Thomas,
Bible Proverbs I 27 : The danger of prosperity : discovered in several sermons upon Prov. I. 27 / by William Bates ...; Bates, William,
Bible Proverbs I Iii : An exposition with practicall observations upon the three first chapters of the Proverbs: : grammaticall, rhetoricall, logicall, and theologicall : as they were delivered in severall expository lectures at Christ-Church in Canterbury / by Francis Taylor, B. in D.; Taylor, Francis,
Bible Proverbs Ii 10 12 : The way of good men for wise men to walk in. Or, Animadversions upon Prov. 2. 20. comp. with v. 10, 11, 12 : In a dialogue between Ethicus, a man for customs, though derived from the heathen: and Logicus, a man for right reason, guided by the Word of God.; Morton, Charles,
Bible Proverbs Ii 20 : The way of good men for wise men to walk in. Or, Animadversions upon Prov. 2. 20. comp. with v. 10, 11, 12 : In a dialogue between Ethicus, a man for customs, though derived from the heathen: and Logicus, a man for right reason, guided by the Word of God.; Morton, Charles,
Bible Proverbs Iii 3 4 : The curtezan unmasked: or, The whoredomes of Jezebel painted to the life. : With antidotes against them; or heavenly julips to cool men in the fevor of lust. / Prescribed by a spiritual physician.
Bible Proverbs Iii 5 : God acknowledged, or, The true interest of the nation and all that fear God : opened in a sermon preached December the 11th, 1695 : being the day appointed by the king for publick prayer and humiliation / by Benjamin Keach.; Keach, Benjamin,
Bible Proverbs Iv 14 : The Iesuit, and the monk: or, The serpent, and the dragon: or, Profession, and practice. : Being a sermon preached on the fifth of November, 1656. / By Richard Carpenter.; Carpenter, Richard,