An Ecclesiastical History of Great Britain: Chiefly of England, from the First Planting of Christianity, to the End of the Reign of King Charles the Second; with a Brief Account of the Affairs of Religion in Ireland. Collected from the Best Ancient Historians, Councils, and Records, Volume 5

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Page 6 - They are as venomous as the poison of a serpent, even like the deaf adder, that stoppeth her ears; 5 Which refuseth to hear the voice of the charmer, charm he never so wisely.
Page 294 - Hear us, O merciful Father, we beseech Thee; and with thy Holy Spirit and word vouchsafe to bl*ess and sanc*tify these thy gifts, and creatures of bread and wine, that they may be unto us the body and blood of thy most dearly beloved Son Jesus Christ.
Page 287 - Lord, with whom do live the spirits of them that be dead : and in whom the souls of them that be elected, after they be delivered from the burden of the flesh, be in joy and felicity : grant unto this Thy servant, that the sins which he committed in this world be not imputed unto him...
Page 102 - Wherefore I put thee in remembrance, that thou stir up the gift of God, which is in thee, by the putting on of my hands.
Page 434 - THE body of our Lord Jesus Christ, which was given for thee, preserve thy body and soul unto everlasting life ! Take and eat this in remembrance that Christ died for thee ; and feed on him in thy heart by faith with thanksgiving.
Page 102 - Neglect not the gift that is in thee, which was given thee by prophecy, with the laying on of the hands of the presbytery.
Page 195 - ... that the diocesan of the place, upon the appropriation of such churches, shall ordain, according to the value of such churches, a convenient sum of money to be paid and distributed yearly of the fruits and profits of the same churches, by those that will have the said churches in proper use, and by their successors, to the poor parishioners of the said churches, in aid of their living and sustenance for ever, and also that the vicar be well and sufficiently endowed.
Page 288 - Jacob, in the place where is no weeping, sorrow, nor heaviness ; and when that dreadful day of the general resurrection shall come, make him to rise also with the just and righteous, and receive...
Page 465 - ... or at any other time in the year when necessity shall require, to labour, ride, fish, or work any kind of work, at their free wills and pleasure.
Page 521 - Persecution is the deadly original sin of the reformed churches ; that which cools every honest man's zeal for their cause, in proportion as his reading becomes more extensive.

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