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The necessity of reformation, in order to avert impending judgments.

Browne, Arthur

The necessity of reformation, in order to avert impending judgments.

A sermon preached at Portsmouth, in New-Hampshire, May 6, 1757. Being the annual fast.

by Browne, Arthur

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Published by Printed and sold by Daniel Fowle, at his printing-office. in Portsmouth [N.H.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Repentance.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Arthur Browne, A.M. Minister of the Church of England in that place, and missionary from the Society for Propagating the Gospel in Foreign Parts. ; Published at the request of the hearers.
    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 7857.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination21, [3] p.
    Number of Pages21
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14570144M

    Men and women, enlightened by the Spirit of God and sanctified through the truth, proclaim the three messages in their order." 2SM So, if "the message of the other angel" () was rejected, this means that the men who brought the message were rejected, the angels who attended these men were rejected, and also the Holy Spirit that used. The History of the Thirty Years War Book I From the beginning of the religious wars in Germany, to the peace of Munster, scarcely any thing great or remarkable occurred in the political world of Europe in which the Reformation had not an important share.

    From our cloister in Wittenberg. MARTIN LUTHER, of the Augustinian Order. (Schutze.) TO JOHN LANGE About Erasmus. March 1, I am at present reading our Erasmus, but my heart recoils more and more from him. But one thing I admire is, that he constantly and learnedly accuses not only the monks, but the priests, of a lazy, deep-rooted ignorance. The American Negro: What He Was, What He Is, and What He May Become: A Critical and Practical Discussion. By William Hannibal Thomas, b.

    (4) In order to gain God’s approval and avert our own shame we must rightly divide the word of truth. (5) To do this we must direct our studies in the right way. (6) This great requirement is associated with the Word in its special character as being the Word of truth; i.e., “the TRUE Word.”. The Tree of Life. Louis G. Hoeck. A Running Commentary on the Inner Meaning of the Word of God. Published by The American New Church Tract and Publication Society Philadelphia, Pa. The knowledge of God grows from its inception in infancy with advancing years as .


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The necessity of reformation, in order to avert impending judgments: a sermon preached at Portsmouth, in New-Hampshire, May 6, Being the annual fast.

Get this from a library. The necessity of reformation, in order to avert impending judgments.: a sermon preached at Portsmouth, in New-Hampshire, May 6. Joel - Through the Bible Book by Book - Excerpt: The first section (Ch.

1) describes the literal plague of locusts. The terribleness of the plague may be Judged of by the following description of the locusts: "The land over which their devastating hordes have passed at. All the subsequent events in the history of the Reformation—even as far down as the Peace of Westphalia in —must, therefore, be regarded as merely the natural sequence of the Diet of Augsburg, and do not actually belong to the making or unmaking of the Reformation.

The stern necessity of self-defence caused at last the Protestant. The whole situation was such, that imperative necessity forced the leaders of the reform movement to invoke the aid of the temporal power.

Thus “the whole Reformation was a triumph of the temporal power over the spiritual. Luther himself, to escape anarchy, placed all authority in the hands of the princes” (Menzel, op. cit., ).Author: Catholic Answers. BOOK FIFTH. CHAP. THE DISCUSSION OF LEIPSIC, Luther's Dangers—God saves Luther—The Pope sends a Chamberlain—The Legate's Journey—Briefs of Rome—Circumstances favourable to the Reformation—Miltitz with Spalatin—Tezel's Terror—Caresses of Miltitz—A Recantation demanded—Luther refuses, but offers to be silent—Agreement between Luther and the Nuncio—The.

Page 3. OUR DANGER AND OUR DUTY. The ravages of Louis XIV. in the beautiful valleys of the Rhine, about the close of the seventeenth century, may be taken as a specimen of the appalling desolation which is likely to overspread Confederate States, if the Northern army should succeed in its schemes of subjugation and of plunder.

Europe was then outraged by atrocities inflicted by Christians upon. A book that helped to depopulate the sanctuary and monastery in Germany, one that Luther himself confessed to be his most unassailable pronouncement, one that Melancthon hailed as a work of rare learning, and which many Reformation specialists pronounce, both as to contents and results, his most important work, had its origin in the Wartburg.

THE EVE OF THE REFORMATION CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION. The English Reformation presents a variety of problems to the student of history. Amongst them not the least difficult or important is the general question, How are we to account for the sudden beginning and the ultimate success of a movement which, apparently at least, was opposed to the religious convictions and feelings of the.

Luther and Other Leaders of the Reformation. Translation Bible, John Tulloch. of Condemnation and 25 death, John Huss, Disputes i n 29 University of Prague, Rector o f In times of impending calamity and distress; when the liberties of America are imminently endangered by the secret machinations and open assaults of an insidious and vindictive administration, it becomes the indispensable duty of these hitherto free and happy colonies, with true penitence of heart, and the most reverent devotion, publickly to acknowledge the over ruling providence of God; to.

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Full text of "History of the Reformation in Europe in the time of Calvin" See other formats. would be At the time when he was writing, the eve of the Reformation, many things seemed to point to this necessity for State interference. There interfere to legislate about clerical duties, but bound do to were signs "world.

and so. of wide-spread religious differences in the Why then," he asks, " may not the king his Parliament, as well to. With one year left until the th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation, I feel the need to return to the historic issues and assumptions of that era in order to account for the nearly wholesale declension into the penal-obsessed and death-focused dogmas of Atonement which befell that auspicious movement for human liberation from spiritual.

Full text of "The Curse Of Canaan [A Demonology Of History].pdf (PDFy mirror)" See other formats. THE DIVINE THREATENING. The word "lest" was fitted to remind Israel that, guilty and fallen though she was, it was still possible for her, by timely repentance, to avert the impending judgments.

Should she, however, stop her ears to the Lord's reproaches: 1. He will take away her temporal prosperity. (Ver. 3.). By the very necessity of the case, the putting away must be an individual act.

man of genius, is to be envied. How hard to be the custodian of a truth men will not receive. To be conscious of evils impending which one cannot avert. The intentional sensitiveness of the prophetic temperament, and the keener Heedlessness as to the. They felt the necessity of order in their meetings, and of purity in their lives; and with this view they chose elders to watch over their morals, promising subjection to them.

Thus gradually, stage by stage, did they approach the outward organization of a Church, and at it is interesting to mark that in the Reformed Church of Scotland elders. Albert Barnes' Notes on the Whole Bible.

And the same hour - In immediate connection with their triumph. Was there a great earthquake - “An earthquake is a symbol of commotion, agitation, change; of great political revolutions, etc.

See the notes on Revelation The meaning here is, that the triumph of the witnesses, represented by their ascending to heaven, would be followed by such. Here is a clear case in point where many Christians missed God’s best, and brought down upon themselves His temporal judgments because of their own misconduct.

“For this cause” refers to their having eaten of the Lord’s supper “unworthily” or unbecomingly — see verses 20 and history of the reformation in germany history of the reformation leopold in von germanf ranke translated by sarah austin edited by robert a. johnson, m.a. (oxon.) london george routledge and new york: e.

p. sons, button & co. limited printed by billing and sons, limited, guildford. j translator's preface it .Verses EXPOSITION.

2 Kings ACCESSION OF JOSIAH. REPAIR OF THE TEMPLE. RECOVERY OF THE BOOK OF THE LAW. 2 Kings GENERAL CHARACTER OF JOSIAH 'S REIGN. His repair of the temple. The writer begins his account of Josiah's reign with the usual brief summary, giving his age at his accession, the length of his reign, his mother's name and birthplace (2 .