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A most useful sermon preached in London, Aug. 7. 1670 By a most worthy and faithful minister and servant of Jesus Christ, most learnedly pressed from Amos 8. 11. ... From which text of scripture, he learnedly shews the dreadful and deplorable condition of that kingdom which a famine of the word of the Lord seizes upon; and further shews, that they are the greatest felons who would rob us of the word of God, and that there is more justice in Hell then is here upon earth, for in Hell they do not punish the innocent.
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Interest deposed, and truth restored, or, A word in season, delivered in two sermons the first at St. Maryes in Oxford, on the 24th of July, 1659, being the time of the assizes : as also of the fears and groans of the nation in the threatned, and expected ruin of the lawes, ministry, and universityes : the other preached lately before the honourable Societie of Lincolns-Inn /
by South, Robert, 1634-1716.Get full text
The remonstrance from the Reverend Father in God, Francis Lord Bishop of Ely, and several others, the most eminent divines of the Church of England, against the proceedings of the P: O. and the lords spiritual and temporal, that invited him. Being an adress [sic], from the pulpit to the King, in fifteen sermons; denouncing damnation, &c. to the abdicators of God's annoynted, and abettors of this rebellion.
by Turner, Francis, 1638?-1700.Get full text
Englands distemper, having division and error, as its cause: wanting peace and truth for its cure. Set forth in a sermon preacht at Uxbridge on January 30th. being the first day of the treaty. Together with a vindication of the author from those scandalous aspersions cast upon him by the malignant party. /
by Love, Christopher, 1618-1651.Get full text
Gods doings, and mans duty opened in a sermon preached before both Houses of Parliament, the Lord Maior and Aldermen of the city of London, and the Assembly of Divines, at the last Thanksgiving day, April 2 : for the recovery of the west, and disbanding 5000 of the Kings horse [sic], &c., 1645 ... /
by Peters, Hugh, 1598-1660.Get full text
A sermon preached to the Honourable House of Commons, in Parliament assembled: on January 31. A day of solemne humiliation With a discourse about toleration, and the duty of the civill magistrate about religion, thereunto annexed. Humbly presented to them, and all peace-loving men of this nation. By John Owen, pastor of the Church of Christ, which is at Coggeshall in Essex.
by Owen, John, 1616-1683.Get full text