Repentance Christianity History Of Doctrines : Retribution, repentance and reconciliation : papers read at the 2002 summer meeting and the 2003 winter meeting of the Ecclesiastical History Society / edited by Kate Cooper and Jeremy Gregory.
Repentance Church Of England Early Works To 1800 : A brief exhortation to those who are shut up from our society, and deprived at present of publique instruction : which may be useful to others also who have any feeling of Gods judgements / by Symon Patrick ...; Patrick, Simon,
Repentance Great Britain Early Works To 1800 : Englands faithful physitian [sic]. Or, Precious soul-saving and soul-searching remedies, through grace faithfully applied for the healing and preserving this sinful sick nation from ruine and destruction. : Whereby this heavy judgment of God in visiting us with the plague and pestilence which we have lain under, may upon our hearty, and unfeigned repentance be prevented for the future among us. Together, with a speedy way to grace and salvation through Jesus Christ.; Hart, John,
Repentance Poetry Early Works To 1800 : A watch for a wise man's observation. : In two parts. First, a divine poem, on the three persons in the Holy Trinity, the four evangelists, the Ten Commandments, and the twelve apostles. II. A preparation, by a holy life, for the hour of death, that we may all be fitted for our latter end when we shall go hence, and be no more seen.
Repentance Society Of Friends : A proclamation to all the inhabitants of England, concerning fasting & prayer : that they may come a certain discerning and knowledge of the will of God therein, who is king of the whole earth, the higher power, unto whom all the powers of the earth must bow : with some directions by way of information to the end that may be obtained, which hath been greatly wanting in these weighty concerns (that is), (a right understanding) / by Stephen Smith.; Smith, Stephen,
Repentence : Dauids repentance, or, A plaine and familiar exposition of the 51 psalme : first preached and now published for the benefite of Gods church : wherein euery faithfull Christian may see before his eyes the patterne of vnfeigned repentance, whereby we may take heed of the falling into sinne againe.; Smith, Samuel,
Repentence Christianity Early Works To 1800 : The penitent Christian, : fitted with meditations and prayers, for a the devout receiving of the Holy Sacrament of the Lords Supper / by Lewis Southcomb, rector of Rose-Ash in the county of Devon. ; For the benefit of the people under his charge, and others.; Southcomb, Lewis.
Repentence Sermons Early Works To 1800 : Wilfull impenitency the grossest self-murder : all they who are guilty of it, apprehended, tryed, and condemned in these sermons : preached at Rochford in Essex not long before his death / by ... Mr. William Fenner ... and made publique by one of his unworthy fellow- labourers.; Fenner, William,
Repington Charles A Court : The letters of Lieutenant-Colonel Charles á Court Repington C.M.G., military correspondent of The Times 1903-1918 / selected and edited by A.J.A. Morris.; Repington, Charles à Court.
Report Writing Study And Teaching Canada : Learning to write : first language / second language : selected papers from the 1979 CCTE Conference, Ottawa, Canada / edited by Aviva Freedman, Ian Pringle and Janice Yalden.; CCTE Conference