Bible. N.T. Romans XII, 13 -- Sermons. : A spittle-sermon preached before the right honourable the Lord mayor and Aldermen of the city of London, at S. Sepulchres-church, on Wednesday in Easter-week, being on March 30. 1687 [electronic resource] / by Tho. Clutterbuck ...
Bible. N.T. Romans XII, 16 -- Sermons. : Two sermons [electronic resource] : one from Exod. 20, 7 about swearing, the other from Rom. 12, 16 about conceited wisedom : preached at Bury Saint Edmunds in Suffolk : the former at the assizes there held Mar. 13, 1680, the latter at the following assizes July 21, 1681.
Bible. N.T. Romans XII, 19 -- Sermons. : Two sermons of assise [electronic resource] : the one intituled A prohibition of reuenge, the other, A sword of maintenance : preached at two seuerall times, before the right worshipfull iudges of assise, and gentlemen assembled in Hertford, for the execution of iustice, and now published / by W. Westerman ...
Bible. N.T. Romans XII, 21 -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : The unreasonableness of revenue, and the great duty of Christian-charity; consider'd. [electronic resource] : In two sermons: Preach'd at Botesdale-chapel in Suffolk, August 21 and 28. 1720. By Thomas Birch, A.B. lecturer of the said chapel.
Bible. N.T. Romans XII-XVI -- Sermons. : Two new sermons preached in Oxford, fitted for these times [electronic resource] : the one of diuine mysteries, the other of church-schismes, but the vnity of orthodox professors / by J.D.
Bible. N.T. Romans XIII, 1-2 -- Commentaries -- Early works to 1800. : Of the original and ends of government [electronic resource] : the indispensable duty of magistrates, and power of princes, distinguishing them from tyrants. Together with A Short View of the several Forms of Government, and different Administrations in the Old Testament. To which are added, Some remarkable Instances of God's Severity towards the rebellious Kings of Israel and Judah. AS Also An Account of the Last Resort in Matters of Controversy. And a brief vindication of the rights and liberties of the people.
Bible. N.T. Romans XIII, 1-2 -- Sermons. : A sermon, preached on the fourth sabbath of Oct., 25th, 1863 [electronic resource] : occasioned by the death of William Crounse, who died at Port Hudson in the service of his country / by William P. Davis.
Bible. N.T. Romans, XIII, 1-5 -- Sermons. : Civil government, a divine institution [electronic resource] : a sermon delivered before the General Assembly of the state of Vermont, October 9, 1857 / by Silas McKeen.
Bible. N.T. Romans XIII, 2 -- Commentaries -- Early works to 1800. : Passive obedience, [electronic resource] : or, the Christian doctrine of not resisting the supreme power, proved and vindicated upon the principles of the law of nature. In a discourse deliver'd at the College-Chapel. By George Berkeley, M.A. Fellow of Trinity-College, Dublin.
Bible. N.T. Romans XIII, 4 -- Commentaries -- Early works to 1800. : Good magistrates a great blessing. [electronic resource] : A discourse on those words of the Apostle St. Paul. Rom. xiii. v. 4. For he is the minister of God to thee for good. But if thou do that which is evil, be afraid; for he beareth not the Sword in vain: For he is the Minister of God, a Revenger to execute Wrath upon him that doth Evil. In which discourse the respective and mutual duties of magistrates, lawyers, and others, are laid down. The Doctrines of Non-Resistance and Passive-Obedience are put in a clear Light. The Sovereign's Prerogative, and the Subjects Liberty and Property, with their due Limitations, asserted and maintain'd. And Peace and Charity, Love and Unity, affectionately recommended to all Persons. Previous to the abovesaid discourse, you have a large exordium, which includes a concise topographical account of the city of Gloucester for above a Thousand Years past, &c.
Bible. N.T. Romans XIII, 6-7 -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : The mutual duties of magistrates and people [electronic resource] : A sermon, Preach'd in the Church of St. Mary Redcliff, in the City of Bristol, On the 29th Day of May, 1721. Before the Magistrates of the said City; And Publish'd at their Desire. By John Gibb, A. M. Prebendary of Bedmister and Redcliff in the Cathedral-Church of Sarum; and Vicar of the Parish-Church of Bedmister, with it's annexed Chapels of St. Thomas and St. Mary Redcliff, in the City of Bristol, and of Abbots-Leigh, in the County of Somerset. .