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|Other titles||Opening of heaven gates, Ready way to everlasting life., Opening of heaven gates, or, The ready way to everlasting life., Way to euerlasting life., Way to everlasting life.|
|Genre||Early works to 1800.|
|Series||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 590:5.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||, 126 p.|
|Number of Pages||126|
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Get this from a library. The opening of heauen gates, or The ready way to euerlasting life: Deliuered in a most familier dialogue, betweene reason and religion, touching predestination, Gods word, and mans free-will, to the vnderstanding of the weakest capacitie, and the confirming of the more strong.
By Arthur Dent, preacher of the word of God, at South-Shoobery in Essex. Get this from a library. The opening of heauen gates, or The ready way to euerlasting life: Deliuered in a most familier dialogue, betweene reason and religion, touching prædestination, Gods word, and mans free-will, to the vnderstanding of the vveakest capacitie, and the confirming of the more strong.
The second edition. By Arthur Dent, preacher of the word of God, at South. The opening of heauen gates, or, The ready vvay to euerlasting life: Deliuered in a most familiar dialogue, betweene reason and religion, touching predestination, Gods word and mans free-will, to the vnderstanding of the weakest capacitie, and confirming of the more strong, by Aurthur Dent, London: Printed [at Eliot's Court Press] for Iohn.
The opening of heauen gates, or The ready way to euerlasting life Deliuered in a most familier dialogue, betweene reason and religion, touching predestination, Gods word, and mans free-will, to the vnderstanding of the weakest capacitie, and the confirming of the more strong.
By Arthur Dent, preacher of the word of God, at South-Shoobery in Essex. The opening of heauen gates, or, The ready vvay to euerlasting life: Deliuered in a most familiar dialogue, betweene reason and religion, touching predestination, Gods word and mans free-will, to the vnderstanding of the weakest capacitie, confirming of the more strong, by Aurthur Dent, London: Printed for Iohn Wright, are to be sold at his Budget: € million.
The opening of heauen gates, or, The ready vvay to euerlasting life: Deliuered in a most familiar dialogue, betweene reason and religion, touching predestination, Gods word and mans free-will, to the vnderstanding of the weakest capacitie, confirming of the more strong, by Aurthur Dent, London: Printed for Iohn Wright, are to be sold at his.
The Faerie Queene: Book I. A Note on the Renascence Editions text: This HTML etext of The Faerie Queene was prepared from The Complete Works in Verse and Prose of Edmund Spenser [Grosart, London, ] by Risa S.
Bear at the University of Oregon. Now by my life (sayd he) and God to guide, None other way will I this day betake, But by that Bridge, whereas he doth abide: Therefore me thither lead.
No more he spake, But thitherward forthright his ready way did make. Vnto the place he came within a while, Where on the Bridge he ready armed saw The Sarazin, awayting for some spoile.
A Christian dictionarie Opening the signification of the chiefe words dispersed generally through Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testament, tending to increase Christian knowledge.
Whereunto is annexed, a perticular dictionary for the Reuelation of S. Iohn. For the Canticles or Song of Salomon. For the Epistle to the Hebrues. The way to the Sabbath of rest, or, The souls progress in the work of regeneration being a brief experimental discourse of the new-birth in which many of the serpents wiles are detected, the mysteries of the Cross unvailed, the death of the old man, the life of the new man, the angelical dispensation, with the entrance to the divine / clearly.
Or The ready way to euerlasting life book naturall gates and allies of the body, The opening of heauen gates And turnes the thinne and wholesome blood Like eager dropings into milke. And all my smoothe body, barked, and tetterd ouer.
Thus was I sleeping by a brothers hand Of Crowne, of Queene, of life, of dignitie 60 At once depriued, no reckoning made of, But sent vnto my graue. at Qumran, and much earlier in Mesopotamia. Haran suggests instead that the baraita reflects a time when scribes had begun to resort to larger scrolls containing several books rather than using one scroll per book.
This technological change would have necessitated a fixed order. The silence about the Pentateuch in the baraita is due to the fact that its priority in its long fixed order was.
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“The Battaile of Agincourt,” the poem now reprinted, appeared with others in As none of the pieces comprised in it had appeared in the collected edition of Drayton’s works (the “Polyolbion” excepted) which he had published init is reasonable to conclude that they had been composed between that date and Full text of "The prayer-book of Queen Elizabeth, ; to which are appended some occasional forms of prayer issued in her d from the originals in the British Museum and other public libraries, with an historical introd.
by William Benham" See other formats. Full text of "The Prayer-book of Queen Elizabeth, " See other formats. The book, in brief, is inspired by a genuine love of the road and all its associations, past and present, animate and inanimate. Its ninety illustrations, partly sketches made by the author on the way, and partly reproductions of old-time pictures and engravings, will add greatly to its attractions.”—Daily News.
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Ward, Samuel, Approx. KB of XML-encoded text transcribed from 68 1-bit group-IV TIFF page images. Text Creation Partnership, Ann Arbor, MI ; Oxford (UK): (EEBO-TCP Phase 1). A STC ESTC S This keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above is co-owned by the institutions. There is a kinde of Character in thy life, That to th'obseruer, doth thy history Fully vnfold: Thy selfe, and thy belongings Are not thine owne so proper, as to waste Thy selfe vpon thy vertues ; they on thee Heauen doth with vs, as we, with Torches doe, Not light them for themselues: For if our vertues Did not goe forth of vs, 'twere all alike.
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by Henry Morley (Gutenberg text) The Horrid Sin of Man-Catching, Explained in a Sermon Upon Jer. 5, 25, 26 Preach'd at Colchester, J (London: Printed for F.
Smith, ), by Edmund. CONTAINING The Last Three Hundred Years From The Loosing Out Of Satan f THUS having discoursed in these former books of the order and course of years, from the first tying up of Satan unto the year of our LordI have a little overpassed the stint of time in the Scripture appointed for the loosing out of him again.
For so it is written by St. John [Revelation 20], that. For when the wise and vnderstanding men would illustrate to vs, nothing to be more acceptable to heauen, or more commodious to the life of man, than a moderation of the mind, as well in prosperitie as aduersitie; they deuised many fables, to exhort men nobly to indure the miseries and afflictions of this life, with constant sufferance and.
[Footnote 8: Halliwell gives a quotation in which the touch-hole of a pistol is called the sere: the sere, then, of the lungs would mean the opening of the lungs-the part with which we laugh: those 'whose lungs are tickled a' th' sere,' are such as are ready to laugh on the least provocation: tickled - irritable, ticklish -ready to laugh, as.
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Blessed is the man. In the Septuangint, the reading is μακαριος ἀνηρ, blessed is the Calvin and our English translators have adopted this rendering. But the Hebrew word אשרי, rendered blessed, is in the plural number, and האיש, ha-ish, the man, in the ingly, the words have been considered as an exclamation, and may be literally rendered, O, the.
Seauen helpes to Heauen Shewing 1. How to auoid the curse. How to beare the crosse. How to build the conscience. How with Moses to see Canaan. Simeons dying song, directing to liue holily and dye happily. Comforts for Christians against distresses in life, and feare of death. Feruent prayers, to beare sicknesse patiently, and.
felicity in earth, and euerlasting in heauen. Dated in our famous city of London the 25 day of the moneth of April, in the yeere of the creation of the worldand of our Lord God Iesus Christand of our reigne the third. * * * * * The Queenes Maiesties Letters to the great Sophy of Persia, sent by M.
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A STC ESTC S This keyboarded and encoded edition of the work described above is co-owned by the institutions. In the way of his trauel he passed through Persepolis, sometime the roiall seate of the Emperors of Persia, but now ruined and defaced, whereof remaine to be seene at this day two gates onely that are distant one from the other the space of 12 miles, and some few pinnacles in the mountains and conueiances for fresh water.
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Easily share your. And these shall goe away into euerlasting punishment: but the righteous into life eternall. And it came to passe, when Iesus had finished al these sayings, hee said vnto his disciples, Ye know that after two dayes is the feast of the Passeouer, and the Sonne of man is.
Commentary on Psalms - Volume 1 John Calvin. euerlasting Saluation, the particulars wherof are as many as are the points of true Religion and designates the obduracy produced by the habit of a sinful life.
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Sacred-texts home Shakespeare Index Modern Previous Next. The Second Part of Henry the Fourth. Full text of "Collections and notes, " See other formats. This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation.Of course, either way the Collect is a far cry from its original incarnation in “Almightie and euerlasting God, whiche doest gouerne all thynges in heauen and earthe: mercifully heare the supplicacions of thy people, and graunt us thy peace all the dayes of our life.” (Collect of The Second Sunday after Epiphany, BCP ).The topical sidenotes are omitted, and all the marginal references retained in the form of footnotes.
In this case, however, the numbers indicating the passages referred to by these are found in the original text, and it was therefore not necessary to supply them conjecturally when the notes were transferred to the bottom of the page, as in the case of the Basilikon Doron.