The fountain opened, or, The great gospel priviledge of having Christ exhibited to sinfull men

wherein also is proved that there shall be a national calling of the Jews from Zech. XIII. I.
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Bible. -- O.T. -- Zechariah XIII, 1 -- Sermons, Bible. -- N.T. -- Matthew V, 48 -- Sermons, Congregationalism -- Sermons, Perfection -- Religious as
Other titlesEvangelical perfection, How far the gospel requires believers to aspire after being compleatly perfect, The fountain opened, The great gospel priviledge of having Christ exhibited to sinfull men
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SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 1137:1, Selected Americana from Sabin"s Dictionary of books relating to America, from its discovery to the present time -- 104082a
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The fountain opened, or, Or great gospel priviledge of having Christ exhibited to sinfull men wherein also is proved that there shall be a national calling of the Jews: from Zech. XIII, I. / by: Willard, Samuel, Published: (). The fountain opened, or, The great gospel priviledge of having Christ exhibited to sinfull men: wherein also is proved that there shall be a national calling of the Jews from Zech.

XIII. The fountain opened, or, The great gospel priviledge of having Christ exhibited to sinfull men: wherein also is proved that there shall be a national calling of the Jews: from Zech. Willard, Samuel, The fountain opened: or, The great Gospel priviledge of having Christ exhibited to sinfull men.

Wherein also is proved that there shall be a national calling of the Jews: From Zech. XIII. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. The fountain opened, or, The great gospel priviledge of having Christ exhibited to sinfull men: wherein also is proved that there shall be a national calling of the Jews from Zech.

XIII. / by: Willard, Samuel, Published: () Christ and the controversies of Christendom by: Dale, R. The fountain opened: or, The great Gospel priviledge of having Christ exhibited to sinfull men.

Wherein also is proved that there shall be a national calling of the Jews: From Zech. XIII. / By Samuel Willard, teacher of a church in Boston. ; [Three lines of quotations] Willard, Samuel, /.

The Fountain Opened: Or, The Great Gospel priviledge of having Christ exhibited to Sinfull Men. Boston in New-England: Printed by B. Green, and J. Allen, for Samuel Sewall Junior, ———. Love’s Pedigree. Or A Discourse Shewing the Grace of Love in a Believer to be of A Divine Original.

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And particularly in these 3. great ordinances, [brace] viz. [brace] 1. Hearing the Word. Receiving the Lords Supper 3.

Prayer. By Jeremiah Burroughes, the Gospel-preacher to two of the greatest congregations in England, viz. Stepney and Criple-gate, London. The Gospel treasury opened, or, The holiest of all unvailing discovering yet more the riches of grace and glory to the vessels of mercy unto whom onely it is given to know the mysteries of that kingdom and the excellency of spirit, power, truth above letter, forms, shadows / in several sermons preached at Kensington & elswhere by John Everard.

IN these words you have heard, 1. the position, [The Law is good:] 2. the supposition, If a man use it lawfully. Now, this know in the generall, that this is no more deroga∣tive * to the Law, that it is such a good, which a man may use ill, bonum, quo aliquis malè uti potest, then God, or Christ, or the Gospel, or Free-grace are; for, all may turn this hony into gall: yea, an Antinomian may.

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7 (–) 1st Edition, uncorrected (Date added: J ) This volume is part of a set of 7 volumes of Leveller Tracts: Tracts on Liberty by the Levellers and their Critics (), 7 by David M. Hart and Ross Kenyon (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, ).

Nicolson, in giving some account of the History, considers the question of the Authorship, which was then reckoned doubtful, and referring particularly to the Glasgow Manuscript, he says, it "was lately presented to the College by Mr.

Robert Fleming, a late preacher at Rotterdam, now at London, Mr. Knox's great-grandchild; who having several of.

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Hart and Ross Kenyon (Indianapolis: Liberty Fund, ). Constantine Huyghens, the Dutch poet, and father of the more famous scientist, Christian, was a member of the Dutch embassy in, and again in He moved in the best circles, and made the acquaintance of Donne ('great preacher and great conversationalist', he calls [pg lxxvii] him) at the house probably of Sir Robert Killigrew.

Now Christ was the Life and Light of Men, befor the fall, in a more near Re­lation then of any other visible Creatures, so as that hee lived in them, and shin­ed in them, to give them the knowledge of the glory of God in his owne face, which is his image in which man was made, so hee was the life & light of Men, before men became darknes, and.

Our great design herein is that men may pay the Tribute of their admiration, where the same is due, to God himself, who, as David observeth Psal.

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Doth, that is really solidly and substanti­ally, Iuglers doe shew not doe, whose pretty workes are not Praestationes, but. The Bodies of Men after Death return to dust, [1] and see corruption; but their Souls (which neither die nor sleep) having an immortal subsistence, immediately [1] return to God who gave them: the Souls of the Righteous being then made perfect in holyness, are received into paradise where they are with Christ, and behold the face of God, in.

Heir first we saw a very strong armory for weapons of all sorts, as many as could furn men; we saw great field pieces of ordinance as also granadoes; we saw also many coats of maill, and among the rest on[43] very conceity all joined like fines of fisches on to another, which they informed me came as a present from the great Mogull.

the like of other good men up and down the Country, which as have. oportunity, I shall further. On1y as I have serv'd this People as. a Constable, and as a Justice of Peace, so now am desirous of mak- ing an Experiment, whether standing in the middle between those.

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Counsellor, the mighty God driveth on his great State-design in the whole Earth, and now in these Kingdoms, to to save an afflicted people, to dye his Garments in the blood of his Enemies, and to build the Tabernacle of God amongst men, and cause the wildernes blossome as a Rose, that the Isa.

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Full text of "The true story of John Smyth, the Se-Baptist, as told by himself and his contemporaries; with an inquiry whether dipping were a new mode of baptism in England, in or about ; and some consideration of the historical value of certain extracts from the alleged "ancient records" of the Baptist church of Epworth, Crowle, and Butterwick (Eng.), lately published, and claimed to.

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4: The Authority of the Holy Scripture for which it ought to be believed dependeth not upon the testimony of any man, or Church; but wholly upon(g) God (who is truth it self) the Author thereof; therefore it is to be received, because it is the Word of God.

(g) 2 Pet ; 2 Tim ; 2 Thess ; 1 Jn 5: We may be moved and induced by the testimony of the Church of God, to an high. The /89 London Baptist Confession of Faith. anonymous. TO THE Judicious and Impartial READER Courteous Reader, It is now many years since divers of us (with other sober Christians then living.

In the last-named book, the western boundary of the Picts is traced with great ingenuity, though perhaps with some uncertainty. Skene's Highlanders of Scotland, vol. 26–33, London, [7] Here, again, we are involved in doubt; it being uncertain when the name Scotia was first applied to Scotland.

Of the imitation of Christ, three, both for wisedome, and godlines, most excellent bookes; made yeeres since by one Thomas of Kempis, and for the worthines thereof oft since translated out of Latine into sundrie languages by diuers godlie and learned men.

Ode 69 The Ninth Ode of the third Book of Horace, imitated 87 Upon a Lady, who by overturning of a Coach had her Coats behind flung up, and what was under shewn to the view of the Company 90 Catullus, Epigram 7. imitated 97 The fourth Elegy of the second Book of Ovid's Amours, imitated 99 The Fifth Elegy of the same Book, imitated The Tenth.Ane shorte and generall confession of the trewe Christiane fayth and religion, according to Godis Word and actis of our Parliamentis subscriued be the Kingis Maiestie and his housholde, with sindrie vtheries, to the glorye of God and good exemple of all men, at Edinburgh the twentie eyght day of Januarie, the yere of God, ane thousand, fyue hundreth, fourescore yeirs, and the fourtene yeir of.This eminent divine, having, for the most part, built the fabric of his faith upon the solid rock of THE scRiPTUREs, contended that this sacred book contained of itself, a sufficient and perfect rule of Christian belief, and practice;f and laid it down as a first principle, that the .