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Page 32 - When he was set down on the judgment seat, his wife sent unto him, saying, Have thou nothing to do with that just man : for I have suffered many things this day in a dream because of him.
Page 422 - Father, the procession of the Holy Ghost from the Father and the Son...
Page 30 - is full of mechanics and slaves, who are all of them profound theologians ; and preach in the shops, and in the streets. If you desire a man to change a piece of silver, he informs you wherein the Son differs from the Father; if you ask the price of a loaf, you are told, by way of reply, that the Son is inferior to the Father ; and if you inquire whether the bath is ready, the answer is, that the Son was made out of nothing.
Page 10 - This manuscript, belonging to either the end of the fifth century or the beginning of the sixth, has suffered serious losses.
Page 19 - that the news of his death being brought to those who were met together to pray for him, Mr. Peter Sterry stood up, and desired them not to be troubled : For...
Page 66 - there are more of your constitution in this island of Great Britain than in any other part of the world: and I beg the favour of you to tell me whether you do not observe that you meet with most affronts in rainy days?" He answered candidly, "that he had long observed, that people were less saucy in sunshine than in cloudy weather.
Page 97 - Istum locum episcopi et presbyteri non intelligentes, aliquid sibi de Pharisaeorum assumunt supercilio : ut vel damnent innocentes, vel solvere se noxios arbitrentur : cum apud Deum non sententia sacerdotum, sed reorum vita quseratur.
Page 176 - Redeem your souls from punishment whilst you have it in your power; offer your free gifts and tithes ; contribute towards the luminaries in holy places ; repair frequently to church, and humbly implore the protection of the Saints. If you observe these things, you may appear boldly at God's tribunal in the day of judgment, and say — Give, Lord, according as.we have given.