2 edition of sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament found in the catalog.
sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament
1646 by printed by Matthew Simmons, for John Rothwell and Han. Allen in London .
Written in English
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Urie, Grace is a good stirsman [helmsman], and overmastereth passion; and reason, in the renewed man, is made a mass of Grace; and the most mortified have most reason, and strongest light, Romans That God out of his tender love and watchfull providence over his Church and people, doth frustrate the wicked counsels and purposes doctrine 3 of their Enemies, and scatters their persecutors before they proceed, and prevaile so far as to make them feel the evill and mischiefe which they are sharply set and cruelly bent to inflict and bring upon them. Agrippa his almost a Christian, is not a Christian at all, Jer.
The Lion hath roared, who would not fear? High church prophet: Bishop Samuel Horsley and the Caroline tradition in the later Georgian church. The first affords us this comfortable lesson. London: John Nichols,
Faith maketh Christ a neighbour and a companion to the soul, and therefore here must be an Application of the heart to God in Christ. Cox, Keep in with God and all is safe. But if in truth thou reliest upon Christ, the bent of thy heart be turned to God, and so thou be brought under the line of his covenant, then I say to thee, if there be no promise for thy strait, thy strait is not greatly to be regarded. Commemorating Charles I. Manchester :
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These debates and their resolutions have defined and directed Christian thought and national cultures ever since their original sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament book -- and Hetherington is not shy about noting the significance of this Assembly when he writes, But the man who penetrates a little deeper into the nature of those unrevealed but powerful influences which move a nation's mind, and mould its destinies, will be ready to direct his attention more profoundly to the objects and deliberations of an assembly which met at a moment so critical, and was composed of the great master-minds of the age; and the theologian who has learned to view religion as the vital principle of human nature, equally in nations and in the individual man, will not easily admit the weak idea, that such an assembly could have been an isolated event, but will be disposed earnestly to inquire what led to its meeting, and what important consequences followed.
Hutton, Matthew, Lord Bishop of Bangor. Bath, Earle, J. Prosper and Hilarius both with Augustine, say; The cause may be unknown, it cannot be unjust. Henderson terminated the proceedings with an eloquent and impressive address to the members of the Assembly, concluding with these striking words: — "We have now cast down the walls of Jericho; let him that re-buildeth them beware of the curse of Hiel the Bethelite!
Marvell and alchemy. Reasons of this duty. Though there be nothing to prove that the man had saving grace, yet the general holdeth, so much of God as any hath, in so far is he for the public.
Additionally, as should be evident, the Annotations were not, strictly speaking, a work of the Westminster Assembly per se, but rather a work primarily by men who attended the Westminster Assembly -- including a few others chosen to this task by Parliament.
Professor Hornbeck, and many others of the university, appreciated his abilities. Also included is a "Short Introduction to the Lives of the Puritans. Reflections Upon Layghter and remarks upon the Fable of the Bees. Cambridge: by the author, The sermons were preached, and no doubt heard and acted upon, with the sense that God is giving a chance to start anew.
Free and Candid Thoughts on the Doctrine of Predestination. The Church is dearer bought to Jesus than to me or you; he hath given too great a price for her, to lose her.
Glasse, Samuel. He was buried in Greyfriars KirkyardEdinburgh;  the grave lies in the south-west section near the Adam mausoleum. John Milton for the liberty of unlicenc'd printing to the Parliament of England.
Henderson was appointed one of the commissioners, on the part of the Church, to conclude the treaty, and during all the time of his residence in London, which was protracted for nine months, he exerted himself, by preaching and otherwise, to promote the views of the commissioners; and wrote a variety of able tracts and papers, some of which were published without his name, while others were laid before the commissioners and parliament of England.
The first branch or the use of thanksgiving, In 3. Lancelot Andrewes That the praising of God is the service which Gods people are to performe, when ever God delivers them. Secondly, when the extremitie is come, then Gods help comes in.
London: Printed by H. I have sinned [this] time: The Lord is righteous, and I and my people are wicked: Deut. I could give you reasons enough, why God should help his people, they are his people, in covenant with him, he hath redeemed them by the blood of his Sonne, he hath promised to help them, their cause is his own, they betake themselves onely sermon preached before the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament book wholly [Page 18] to his help.
Our own experience can abundantly testifie it: Yea, I think, were all the examples in the world lost of Gods helping his people at a pinch, they might be all revived in the experience of Gods dealing with this unworthy Nation, especially in these two Instances which I shall give you.
Hawes, T. Cast thy burden on Jehovah, and 1 Pet. We observe, since the beginning of the Parliament, many walk confidently abroad in the very face of Creditours, Bayliffes, and Sergeants, when they have got a lawfull Parliament-Protection, who before durst not shew their heads; they know they cannot be arrested till their master puts them out of his protection.
The 2.A great wonder in heaven, or, A lively picture of the militant church drawn by a divine pencill: Revel. 12, 1, 2: discoursed on in a sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons, at Margarets, Westminster, on the last monethly fast-day, January 27, Get this from a library! A sermon preached before the honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, at their late solemn fast, Octob.
in Margarets Westminster. [Nicholas Lockyer]. A Sermon Preached Before the Honourable the House of Commons, at galisend.comet's Westminster, Upon Friday, the 12th of March, Being the Day Appointed for a General Fast.
By Henry Barton. - London W. Sandby. " by 9"; 15pp.Aug 31, · Sermons of Pdf, Gillespie, Pdf and Henderson.
and George Gillespie, were offered the opportunity to preach before the House of Commons on the monthly fast day (the last Wednesday of the month) from December 27 to March 27, Then they preached before the House of Lords in the same cycle from May 28 to August 27, The Craft and Cruelty of the Churches Adversaries, discovered in a Sermon [on Neh.
] preached at St. Margarets in Westminster before the Honourable House of Commons assembled in Parliament, Nov. 5, 4to. pp. London, WithwhichView,ifweconfiderthee- vilConfequencesofourFathersSinsupon thisNation,(thefadOccafionofourprefent FaftingandHumiliation)weIhallbequa.