Contentment -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800. : The spiritual warfare, or, Some sermons concerning the nature of mortification, right exercise, and spiritual advantages thereof. : Whereunto are added other two sermons, concerning the mystery of contentment. Being the substance of ten sermons, never heretofore printed / by Mr. Andrew Gray, late minister of the gospel at Glasgow.
Convents -- Christianity -- Early works to 1800. : Articles to fix a convent : to promote universal knowledge: with a general repository for curious manuscripts. The Members of it, that are Authors, or of a good Genius, to have each 100 1. per Annum. And Any Native or Foreigner that brings in a Written Copy of what is Extraordinary in Point of Learning, New Discovery, or Invention in any Kind, to receive, as it meets with Acceptation in the World, a Reward of a Medal, or Plate of Gold, from the Value of Ten to Five Hundred Guineas. This is publish'd by the Particular Direction of the Body of Gentlemen that have engag'd to give, to carry on the Work, the full Interest of Forty Thousand, Eight Hundred Pounds. .
Conversation -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Early works to 1800. : Stated Christian conference asserted to be a Christian duty: or, A plea for stated conference. : Wherein the nature and foundation of Christian conference is considered; the reasons for stated conference urged with several cogent and strenuous arguments; the objections against it are duly weigh'd, and answered.
Courage -- England -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Sermons. : Of true Christian and English courage. : A sermon, Preach'd in the Cathedral-Church of Hereford, at the assizes held at Hereford, August the 14th, 1715. Before Mr. Justice Blencoe, and Mr. Justice Dormer. By Richard Smalbroke, D. D. Canon-Residentiary of Hereford, and Chaplain to his Grace the Lord Arch-Bishop of Canterbury. Publish'd at the Request of the High Sheriff and the Gentlemen of the Grand Jury.
Covenants -- England -- London -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Early works to 1800. : The analysis, explication and application of the sacred and solemn league and covenant : For the reformation and defence of religion, the honour and happiness of the King, and the peace and safety of the three kingdoms of Scotland, England and Ireland. Enjoyned by the lords and commons, assembled in Parliament in England, and the states of Scotland, to be taken by every man throughout all the three kingdoms. Very useful, and profitable to be read, observed and kept by all who take the said covenant. By Richard Ward, minister of Stansteed-Mount-Fitchet in Essex.
Covenants -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Presbyterian Church -- Early works to 1800. : A letter from a friend to Mr. John Mackmillan, wherein is demonstrate the contrariety of his principles and practices to the scripture, our covenants, confession of faith, and practice of Christ and the primitive Christians; containing also remarks on his and Mr. John Mackniely's printed protestation, ... compared vvith vvhat they gave in to the commission of the late General Assembly, upon the 29th. day of September. 1708. ...