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" ... in which thy Son Jesus Christ came to visit us. in great humility. As he came not to be ministered unto, but to minister, and hath left us an example to do unto others as he hath done unto us, so may we learn to take his yoke upon us, and to learn... "
A Preservative Against Popery: Being Some Plain Directions to Unlearned ... - Page 68
by William Sherlock - 1688 - 90 pages
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The Mystery of Iniquity Unvailed: In a Discourse, Wherein is Held Forth the ...

Gilbert Burnet - 1673 - 161 pages
...ten Commandments for the rule of their lives, whofe expofition we chiefly take from chriHs Sermon on the mount . neither can we be charged for having taught...and to learn of him who was meek and lowly in heart 5 neither can our Church be accufed of having taught any Carnal Doctrines, for gratifying the bale...
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Prayers for the Use of Families: Chiefly Selected from Various Authors ...

Albert Barnes - 1833 - 340 pages
...us an example to do unto others as he hath done unto us, so may we learn to take his yoke upon us, and to learn of him, who was meek and lowly in heart, that we may find rest unto our souls. Grant, that we, being regenerate and made thy children by adoption...
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Prayers for the Use of Families ...: Together with a Selection of Hymns

Albert Barnes - 1833 - 336 pages
...us an example to do unto others as he hath done unto us, so may we learn to take his yoke upon us, and to learn of him, who was meek and lowly in heart, that we may find rest unto our souls. Grant, that we, being regenerate and made thy children byadoption...
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Enchiridion theologicum anti-Romanum, tracts on the points at ..., Volume 3

Enchiridion - 1837
...Commandments for the rule of their lives, whose exposition we chiefly take from Christ's sermon on the mount ; neither can we be charged for having taught the people to break one of the least of these Commandments. We exhort all our hearers to make the life of Christ the pattern of theirs,...
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The domestic prayer book, or, A course of morning & evening prayers, for one ...

George Smith - 1844
...an irascible and malevolent temper. Help us to study the gentleness of Christ, to imbibe his spirit, and to learn of him who was meek and lowly in heart. We would dwell in love, and know that we are of God, by the spirit he hath given us. Deliver us, O...
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A Preservative Against Popery, in Several Select Discourses Upon the ...

Edmund Gibson - 1848
...break one of the least of these Commandments. We exhort all our hearers to make the life of Christ the pattern of theirs, and to learn of him who was meek and lowly in heart ; neither can our Church he accused of having taught any carnal doctrines for gratifying the base interest of the flesh, or...
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Friends' Review, Volume 1

Enoch Lewis, Samuel Rhoads - 1848
...even so to them." We should strive on all occasions, to keep in view his most perfect example, and to learn of him who was " meek and lowly in heart :" so we should find Rest to our Souls. And however various our allotments in this life, whatever trials...
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Family prayers, slected from the Prayers for social and family worship

Scotland Church of gen. assembly, comm. on aids to devotion - 1865
...earth, we may be prepared for dwelling with Him in heaven. Make us willing to take His yoke upon us, and to learn of Him who was meek and lowly in heart. And teach us, after His example, to walk in love ; to go about doing good ; to bear patiently all manner...
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Prayer and thanksgiving, forms of family devotion for six weeks [from Family ...

Thomas Cotterill - 1875
...left us an example to do unto others as He hath done unto us, so may we learn to take his yoke upon us and to learn of Him who was meek and lowly in heart, that we may find rest unto our souls. Grant that we, being regenerate, and made thy children by adoption...
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Homiletical commentary on the Song of Solomon, Volume 221

Thomas Robinson - 1877
...drooping head, an emblem of humility and modesty. Believers called to be ' clothed with humility,' and to learn of Him .who was 'meek and lowly in heart.' Made by Divine grace to be ' meek ' and ' poor in spirit.' Represented by the Publican in the temple....
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