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The Christian Examiner and Religious Miscellany - Page 43
1844
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Notes for Teachers and Scholars, to Accompany the International Sunday ...

Alexander McKenzie - 1875
...Jesus to death. 4 In the light of these lessons, see whom they were despising and rejecting : — I. " The Word " which " was in the beginning with God and was God"; and "was made flesh and dwelt among us." II. " The Lamb of God, which taketh away the sin of the world."...
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The Swedenborg Library: Divine providence and its laws

Emanuel Swedenborg - 1878
...is the absolutely Good and True, or, which is the same, Love itself and Wisdom itself; and these are the Word, which was in the beginning with God, and was God, and which was made flesh. 3d. Therefore to be taught from the Word, is to be taught by the Lord Himself,...
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The Society of Friends in the Nineteenth Century: A Historical ..., Volume 1

William Hodgson (Jr.) - 1875
...gathering and establishing "our Society, understood those passages in Scripture, "which speak of Christ as the Word which was in the "beginning with God, and was God — which makemen" tion of the glory that He had with the Father before " the world was ; of the creation...
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The Society of Friends in the Nineteenth Century: A Historical ..., Volume 1

William Hodgson - 1875
...gathering and establishing "our Society, understood those passages in Scripture, " which speak of Christ as the Word which was in the "beginning with God, and was God — which make men"tion of the glory that He had with the Father before " the world was ; of the creation...
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The Society of friends in the nineteenth century, 2 vols, Volume 1

William Hodgson (of Philadelphia.) - 1875
...preached in and unto every creature under heaven" — showing them the distinction between the word that " was in the beginning with God and was God," and the Bible — affirming that the Holy Spirit was greater than the Scriptures — desiring "that Christ might...
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Studia Sacra: Commentaries on the Introductory Verses of St. John's Gospel ...

John Keble - 1877 - 325 pages
...witness ; differing as widely from Him to Whom he was witnessing, as any mere human being differs from the Word which " was in the Beginning with God, and was God." (VER. 8.) He was not that Light, but was sent to bear witness of tliat Light. The Holy Spirit repeats...
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The Christian: sermons

Samuel Walker - 1879
...submission, should live. GOD was manifest in the flesh, 1 Tim. iii. 16. upon this important reconciliation. The word, which was in the beginning with GOD, and was GOD, by whom all things were made, and without whom was not any thing made that was made, was made flesh,...
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The Semi-centennial Volume of the Eliot Church, Lowell, Mass: Containing a ...

Eliot Church (Lowell, Mass.) - 1881 - 351 pages
...believe that to redeem us from this state, God the Father, of his mere grace, gave his only begotten Son, the Word, which was in the beginning with God, and was God ; that the Word became flesh, and in the likfeness of sinful flesh, suffered and died on the cross,...
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The Gospel and the Age: Sermons on Special Occasions

William Connor Magee (abp. of York.) - 1884 - 325 pages
...St. John begins with the contemplation of the Divine nature which was made flesh. He tells us of " the Word which was in the beginning with God, and was God ;" how " by Him were all things made," and how in Him was that life which is the only light of men...
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Memoirs of the Life of Daniel Wheeler: A Minister of the Gospel in the ...

Daniel Wheeler - 1885 - 32 pages
...proceeded with conversation, the large company more and more settled down into serious thoughtfulness. The important distinction was explained to them, between...the Saviour of the world and the woman of Samaria, who, when told she had had five husbands, &c., left her waterpot and went her way into the city, and...
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