History of the Church of Christ: From the Diet of Augsburg 1530, to the Eighteenth Century. Originally Designed as a Continuation of Milner's History, Volume 1

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T. Cadell, 1842

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Page 180 - Into thy hands I commend my spirit ; for thou hast redeemed me, O LORD, thou GOD of truth.
Page 348 - The intellect which knows action and inaction, what ought to be done and what ought not to be done, fear and fearlessness, 1 and •which knows deliverance and bondage, that, 0 son of Pritha!
Page 325 - And they prayed, and said, Thou Lord, which knowest the hearts of all men, show whether of these two thou hast chosen ; that he may take part of this ministry and apostleship, from which Judas by transgression fell, that he might go to his own place. And they gave forth their lots ; and the lot fell upon Matthias. And he was numbered with the eleven Apostles.
Page 309 - sub utraque specie', nor that private masses should not be used as they have been: nor that it is not necessary to have auricular confession. And notwithstanding my lord of Canterbury, my lord of Ely, my lord of Salisbury, my lords of Worcester, Rochester and St. David's, defended the contrary long time; yet finally his highness confounded them all with God's learning.
Page 286 - I profess that it is not out of obstinate malice or a mind of rebellion that I do disobey the king, but only for the fear of God, that I offend not the Supreme Majesty ; because our Holy Mother, the Church, hath decreed and appointed otherwise than the king and Parliament hath ordained.
Page 346 - God, in my inmost self, but I see in my members another law at war with the law of my mind and making me captive to the law of sin which dwells in my members. Wretched man that I am ! Who will deliver me from this body of death ? Thanks be to God through Jesus Christ our Lord...
Page 309 - You, my lord, were born in a happy hour, I suppose ; for do or say what you will, the king will always take it well at your hands.
Page 322 - The Bishop of London replies, "I think the bishops were first, and yet I. think it is not of importance whether the priest then made the . bishop, or else the bishop the priest; considering, after the sentence of St. Jerome, ' That in the beginning of the Church, there was none, or, if it were, very small difference between a bishop and a priest, especially touching the signification.
Page 346 - And in these things to be ignorant, is to have all the scripture locked up ; so that the more thou readest it, the blinder thou art, and the more contrariety thou findest in it, and the more tangled art thou therein, and canst nowhere through : for if thou had a ThepHnci. .,1 i plraof«crip. gloss in one place, in another it will not serve.
Page 362 - And they knew that God was true, and would fulfil his promise unto them, and heartily longed after this seed, and so did both eat his body and drink his blood, acknowledging with infinite thanks that Christ should, for their sins, take the perfect nature of manhood upon him, and also suffer the death. This promise was given to Adam, and saved as many as did believe, and were thankful to God for his kindness ; and after, it was established unto our father Abraham, by the word of God, which said, In...

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