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Theou diakonos. Or The civil deacon's sacred power. In a sermon upon Rom. 13. 6. Preached in the Cathedral church of St. Peters, York, at the summer assize, 1669. before the right honourable Baron Turner, and Serjeant Waller. The right worshipful Sir John Armitage being then High Sheriff of Yorkshire. /
by Drake, Samuel, 1622-1679.Get full text
Oriens ab occidente: or, A dawning in the vvest· As it was delivered in a sermon before the Honourable House of Commons, at Westminster; upon their day of thanksgiving, for severall victories in the west, &c. By John Bond Mr of the Savoy, and one of the Assembly of Divines.
by Bond, John, 1612-1676.Get full text
The rise, race, and royalty of the kingdom of God in the soul of man opened in several sermons upon Matthew 18.3 : as also the loveliness & love of Christ set forth in several other sermons upon Psal. 45. v. 1, 2. : together with an account of the state of a saint's soul and body in death /
by Sterry, Peter, 1613-1672.Get full text
The plotters doom wherein the wicked plots, plotters, and their confederates are detected and sentenced by the Holy Scriptures : in a late sermon upon the hellish plots which have been discovered in these nations, and may be an answer to Mr. H's late sermon upon Curse ye Meroz /
by Palmer, Samuel, d. 1724.Get full text
Farewell sermons preached by Mr. Calamy, Dr. Manton, Mr. Caryle [et. al.] together with Mr. Calamies sermon at the fun. of Mr. Ash., his serm. Decemb. 28. at Aldermanbury : Dr. Hortons serm. at the fun. of Mr. Nalton : Mr. Lyes summary rehearsal at the conclusion of the last morning exercise at All-hallows Lumber-street : and their severall prayers prefixed to each sermon /
Imprint 1663Get full text
A sacred panegyrick, or A sermon of thanks-giving, preached to the two Houses of Parliament, His Excellency the Earl of Essex, the Lord Major, court of alderman, and common councell of the city of London, the reverend Assembly of Divines, and commissioners from the Church of Scotland. Vpon occasion of their solemn feasting, to testifie their thankfullnes to God, and union and concord one with another, after so many designes to divide them, and thereby ruine the Kingdome, Ianuary 18. 1643. By Stephen Marshall, B.D. minister of Gods Word at Finching-field in Essex. Published by order of the Lords and Commons.
by Marshall, Stephen, 1594?-1655.Get full text
Brittains remembrancer: Or, The nationall covenant. As it was laid out in a sermon preached in the minster at Yorke, before the Right Honourable Ferdinando Lord Fairfax, Lord Generall of all the forces raised in the North, for the King and Parliament, and the Honourable both Commissioners for the two kingdomes of England and Scotland, and the standing-committee for the county of York, upon Friday Sept. 20, 1644 when his honour, with the said Commissioners committee and divers knights, gentlemen, and citizens, solemnly took the nationall covenant. /
by Shawe, John, 1608-1672.Get full text
Gods doings, and mans duty opened in a sermon preached before both Houses of Parliament, the Lord Major and aldermen of the city of London, and the assembly of divines at the last thanksgiving day, April 2, for the recovering of the West, and disbanding 5000 of the Kings horse, &c., 1645 /1645 /
by Peters, Hugh, 1598-1660.Get full text