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" God, and to serve tables," said the Apostles. And if it be a less worthy office to serve the tables, even of the poor, to the diminution of our care in the dispensation of God's word, it must needs be an unworthy employment to leave the word of God and... "
The Commission and Consequent Duties of the Clergy: In a Series of ... - Page 156
by Hugh James Rose - 1828 - 179 pages
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The Works of Robt: Leighton ...

Robert Leighton - Theology - 1808
...so in familiarity with God. Christ singularly loves the meek and lowly, they are so like him-selfi One thing they must .mainly take heed of, if they aspire to a holy familiarity with God; earthlymindedness. If no servant of the god of mammon can serve this God in point of common service,...
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Discourses on Various Subjects, Volume 3

Jeremy Taylor - Theology - 1816
...tables, said the apostles : and if it be a less worthy office to serve the tables even of the poor, to the diminution of our care in the dispensation...rich and superfluous furniture of our own tables. Remember the quality of your charges. Civitas est, Vigilate ad custodiam et concordiam ; sponsa est,...
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Discourses on Various Subjects, Volume 3

Jeremy Taylor - Theology - 1816
...tables, said. the apostles : and if it be a less worthy office to serve the tables even of the poor, to the diminution of our care in the dispensation...employment to leave the word of God, and to attend trie rich and superfluous furniture of our own tables. Remember the quality of your charges. Civitas...
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The geniune works of R. Leighton, Volume 4

Robert Leighton (abp. of Glasgow.) - 1819
...in familiarity with his God. Christ singularly loves the meek and lowly, they are so like himself. One thing they must mainly take heed of, if they aspire to a holy familiarity with God ; earthly-mindedness. If no servant of the god of mammon can serve this God in point of common service,...
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Select British divines, ed. by C. Bradley, Volume 4

Charles Bradley - 1821
...and so iu familiarity with God. Christ singularly loves the meek and lowly, they are so like himself. One thing they must mainly take heed of, if they aspire to a holy familiarity with God ; earthly-mindedness. If no servant of the god of mammon can serve this God in point of common service,...
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Sermons

Jeremy Taylor, Reginald Heber - Theology - 1822
...tables," said the apostles. And if it be a less worthy office to serve the tables even of the poor, to the diminution of our care in the dispensation...rich and superfluous furniture of our own tables. Remember the quality of your charges : " Civitas est, vigilate ad custodiam et concordiam ; sponsaest,...
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The Whole Works of the Right Rev. Jeremy Taylor: With a Life of ..., Volume 6

Jeremy Taylor, Reginald Heber - Theology - 1822
...tables," said the apostles. And if it be a less worthy office to serve the tables even of the poor, to the diminution of our care in the dispensation...rich and superfluous furniture of our own tables. Remember the quality of your charges : " Civitas est, vigilate ad custodiam et concordiam ; sponsaest,...
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The Genuine Works of Robert Leighton, D.D. Archbishop of Glasgow, Volume 4

Robert Leighton - Theology - 1822
...in familiarity with his God. Christ singularly loves the meek and lowly, they are so like himself. One thing they must mainly take heed of, if they aspire to a holy familiarity with God — earthlymindedness. If no servant of the god of mammon can serve this God in point of common service,...
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A Course of Sermons for All the Sundays of the Year: Fitted to the ..., Volume 2

Jeremy Taylor - 1826
...tables," said the apostles. And if it be a less worthy office to serve the tables even of the poor, to the diminution of our care in the dispensation...rich and superfluous furniture of our own tables. Remember the quality of your charges : " Civitas est, vigilate ad custodiam et concordiam ; sponsa...
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The commision and consequent duties of the clergy, a series of discourses

Hugh James Rose - 1828
...Fragm. Serm. in Anniv. ass. suae ad Pont. Opp. p. 273. P. 100. 1. 16. Gibbon's Misc. Works, Vol. I. p. 275. 8vo. edit. P. 101. 1. 13. Mere hope of lucre.]...attend the rich and superfluous furniture of our own tables.'—Jeremy Taylor, VI. p. 325. ' One thing they must mainly take heed of if they aspire to a...
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