Bible. N.T. Matthew XXII, 32 -- Sermons. : God's relation to the faithful after their decease, [electronic resource] : a Proof of their present Life, and future Resurrection. A sermon Occasioned by the Death of Mr. Thomas Wildman, Who departed this Life, June 25, 1754, In the Sixty-Fourth Year of his Age. By Benjamin Wallin.
Bible. N.T. Matthew XXII, 37-41 -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : Seven sermons upon the following subjects [electronic resource] : viz. The difference betwixt truth and falshood, right and wrong. The natural abilities of men for discerning these differences. The right and duty of private judgement. Objections considered. The love of God. The love of our neighbour. The first and great commandment, &c. Preached at a lecture in the West Meeting-House in Boston, begun the first Thursday in June, and ended the last Thursday in August, 1748. By Jonathan Mayhew, A.M. Pastor of the West Church in Boston.
Bible. N.T. Matthew, XXII, 40 -- Sermons. : The dependance of the whole law and the prophets, [electronic resource] : on the two primary commandments: A sermon, preached before The Ministers and Messengers of the Baptist Churches, Belonging to the Western Association; at their Annual Meeting, held in Salisbury; On Thursday, May 31, 1798. And published at their request. By John Ryland, D. D.
Bible. N.T. Matthew XXII, 41-42 -- Sermons. : The deity of Christ, the practical benefit of believing it with a true heart, and the pernicious consequences which follow the denial of it, proved. Being the substance of a sermon, preached before the Reverend Michael Tyson, ... in the parish church of All-Saints, May 12, 1785. With an appendix, ... By H. Venn, ... [electronic resource].
Bible. N.T. Matthew XXIII, 8-11 -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : Tyranny and slavery in matters of religion, caution'd against; and true humility recommended to ministers and people [electronic resource] : A sermon preach'd at the ordination of Mr. Edward Barnard, to the pastoral care of the First Church in Haverhill. April 27. 1743. By Thomas Barnard, A.M. Pastor of a church in Newbury. [Two lines from 2 Corinthians].
Bible. N.T. Matthew XXIII, 8 -- Commentaries. : Human authority, in matters of faith, repugnant to Christianity [electronic resource] : illustrated in two discourses on Matth. xxiii. 8. With a prefatory address, Explaining The Particular Occasion Of Offering Them To The Public. By the author of An essay on the justice of God.
Bible. N.T. Matthew XXIII, 10 -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : The teachings of Christ in the soule. [electronic resource] : Opened in a sermon before the Right Honble House of Peers, in Covent-garden-Church, upon the solemne day of their monthly fast, March 29. 1648. / By Peter Sterry, M.A. sometimes fellow of Emanuel Colledge in Cambridge: and now preacher of the Gospel in London. Published by order of that House.
Bible. N.T. Matthew XXIII, 15 -- Sermons. : The modern Pharisees, or, A sermon on the xxiij. of S. Matt., v. 15 [electronic resource] : shewing the principles of the present Jesuites and Puritans to be of the same evil influence with the ancient Pharisees and equally vexatious and destructive to government / by Nath. Bisbie ...
Bible. N.T. Matthew XXIII, 23. : A disquisition upon our Saviour's sanction of tithes, Matth. 23, 23 and Luke 11, 42 [electronic resource] : wherein that whole case is most impartially stated and resolved according to express scripture for the satisfaction of all scruples.
Bible. N.T. Matthew XXIII, 29-30 -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : Counterfeit loyalty displayed: or, a parallel between antient and modern pharisaism, in carrying on one villany, under a specious disguise of condemning another. A sermon preached at All-Saints-Church in Derby, upon the 30th of January. By the Reverend Dr. Hutchinson. Printed at the Request of Mr. Mayor, the Aldermen, Brethren, and Capital Burgesses of that Corporation; together with some Gentlemen who were at that Time his Auditors [electronic resource].
Bible. N.T. Matthew XXIII, 43 -- Sermons. : Discourses on a future existence, [electronic resource] : an intermediate state, and recognition of each other. By the Rev. R. Shepherd, D. D. Archdeacon of Bedford. Third edition.
Bible. N.T. Matthew XXIV, 3 -- Sermons. : A sermon preach'd before the right honourable the Lord Mayor of the city of London, and the Court of Aldermen, at Guild-Hall-Chapel [electronic resource] : on Sunday, Aug. 20, 1693 / by Jonas Warly ...
Bible. N.T. Matthew XXIV, 4 -- Sermons. : A caveat against seducers: [electronic resource] / as it was preached by Richard Standfast, Mr. of Arts, and rector of Christ-Church in Bristol, whereunto are annexed the blind mans meditations. By the same author.
Bible N.T. Matthew XXIV, 7 -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : Udgorn dydd gr̂as, ac udgorn dydd barn. [electronic resource] : Pregeth ar yr achlysur o'r ddaergryn, a f̂u yr eilfed dydd ar hugain o Ebnill, 1773, Gan y Parchedig Mr. Joan Morgan, Gynt Curat Lledrod a Gwnnws yn Swydd Geredigion, ond yn bresennol Curat Llanberis yn Swydd Gaernarson. At yr hwn y chwanegwyd Cerdd, ar yr un Achosion, gan Evan James, Gwerthwr y Llyfr hwn.
Bible. N.T. Matthew XXIV, 12 -- Sermons. : The abounding of iniquity no just ground for distrusting the prophecies or promises of holy writ. [electronic resource] : A sermon, preached in Quebec-Chapel, Mary-le-Bone, on Sunday, the 25th of March, 1792, for the benefit of the Philanthropic Society. By Samuel, Lord Bishop of St. David's.
Bible. N.T. Matthew XXIV, 37-39 -- Sermons. : Noah's flood returning: or, a sermon preached August the 7th. 1655. before the right honourable Christopher Pack, Lord Major of the honourable citie of London, and the right worshipfull, the company of Drapers. [electronic resource] / By R. Gell, D.D. and rector of the parish of Mary Alder-Mary, London.
Bible. N.T. Matthew XXIV, 42 -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : The Buckinghamshire miracle [electronic resource] : or, the world's wonder. Being a strange, but true relation of one Mr. Edward Barton, at Ludlow, in the county of Bucks; ... To which is added, a sermon preached at his funeral by Dr. Bolton, Vicar of the said parish.
Bible. N.T. Matthew XXIV, 43 -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : Watchfulness with respect to Our Lord's coming, explain'd and urg'd in a funeral sermon. [electronic resource] : Occasioned by the sudden death of Mrs. Catherine Whittington, who departed this life Jan. 17th. 1726-7. in the Seventy Seventh Year of her Age. By Jos. Rogerson.
Bible. N.T. Matthew, XXIV-XXV. : The light risen in darkness. In four parts. Being a collection of letters written to several persons, upon great and important subjects. Very profitable for the Common Instruction and Conduct of all who seek God in Sincerity: But in a Special manner for detecting the Lamentable decay of the Life and Spirit of Christianity now at this time, and directing to the proper means of recovering it. With a large explication of the 24. and 25. chapters of St. Matthew's gospel. By Antonia Bourignon. Done out of the French [electronic resource].
Bible. N.T. Matthew XXV, 1-3. : The parable of the ten virgin's opened, or, Christ's coming as a bridegroom [electronic resource] : cleared up and improved from Matthew XXV, ver. 1,2,3 &c. / by Benjamin Stonham.
Bible. N.T. Matthew XXV, 1-12 -- Criticism, interpretation, etc. : Three discourses [electronic resource] : one on the parable of Dives and Lazarus, the second on that of the unjust steward, and the third, on that of the ten virgins. By the Reverend Mr. Clement Ellis, Rector of Kirby, and Prebendary of Southwell. With a preface, giving some account of the author's writings and life.