Sermons -- England -- Early works to 1800. : Several affecting considerations respecting the unbeneficed clergy : ... By a clergyman of the Church of England. To which are added twelve sermons, .. By J.C. Knowles, ...
Sermons, English -- 17th century -- Translations into Welsh. : Cyfiawnhad pechadur: neu'r Arglwydd Iesu Grist : yr Arglwydd ein cyfiawnder. A Draddodwyd Mewn amryw Bregethau: Gan Obadia Grew, D. D. Gynt Gweinidog yr Efengyl yng Nghofdntri. At ba un y chwanegwyd, Traethawd byrr er ymddiffyn bedydd plant bychain, &c.
Sermons, English -- 17thcentury. : A comfortable and heauenly inquisition : not made by the vnmercifull Pope, Christs pretended vicar: but by our mercifull God, in Christ, our assured louing father. Or a sermon preached at the funeralls of the vertuous and religious gentlewoman Mris. Neale of Homersfield in Suffolke.
Sermons, English -- 17tn century. : The vvorks of Mr Stephen Marshall : late minister of the Gospel at Finching-Field in Essex. And since at Ipswitch in Suffolk. The first part. Viz. I. Of Christ's intercession. And of sins of infirmity. II. The high priviledge of beleevers. They are the sons of God. III. Faith the only means spiritually to feed on Christ. IV. Of self-denial. V. The saints duty to keep their heart in a good frame, etc. VI. The mystery of spiritual life. Attested by Ralph Venning. Thomas Lye. Thomas Jacomb.
Sermons, English -- 18th cemtury. : Sermons on several subjects : Viz. I. Of Good and Bad Examples. II. A Sermon on Christmas-Day. III. Of Publick Prayer and Thanksgiving. IV. Of not grieving the Holy Spirit. V. Of the Future Judgment. VI. Of Faith and Works. Vii. That Afflictions cause a just Sense of past Sins. Viii. Of the Folly and Uneasiness of the Ways of Sin. IX. Of the Desires and first Motions to Sin. X. Of the Unfruitful Works of Darkness. XI. Of setting God always before us. XII. Of perfecting Holiness in the Fear of God. XIII. The Excellency of the Christian Religion. XIV. God no Respecter of Persons. XV. Of doing good to all Men. XVI. Of our Souls being purified thro' the Spirit. Vol. II. By the Right Reverend Father in God, John, late Lord Bishop of Ely.
Sermons, English -- 18th cenutury. : Twenty discourses on the following important subjects, viz. I. The woman of Samaria... XX. The beatific vision, or, beholding Jesus crucified. By John Cennick. Vol. II.
Sermons, English -- Bibliography. : A nomenclator of such tracts and sermons as have beene printed, or translated into English upon any place, or book of Holy Scripture : now to be had in the most famous and publique library of Sr. Thomas Bodley in Oxford / operâ, studio, & impensis Ioh. Vernulii.
Sermons, English -- Canada. : A sermon preached at Quebec, on Thursday, January 10th, 1799 : being the day appointed for a general thanksgiving. By Jacob, Lord Bishop of Quebec. Together with the form of prayer drawn up upon the occasion. Published by request.
Sermons, English -- Canada -- 19th century. : The American Civil War : its origin, objects and probable results : a sermon, preached on the American Thanksgiving Day, November 26th, 1863, in the Congregational Church, Brantford, C.W. / by the Rev. John Wood.
Sermons, English -- Early to 1800. : A collection of seventeen practical sermons on various and important subjects : Preached and Published separately on divers Occasions, but mostly out of Print. To which is added, a ministerial exhortation. Serm. I. The Evil of Self-Seeking, on Philip. II. 21. Page 1 II. God's Alarm to Great Britain, on Amos III.2. p. 25 III. Youth reminded of a Judgment to come, on Eccles. XI. 9. p. 50 IV. Youth's Obstructions in their Way to Christ and Eternal Life, on Matt. XIX. 22. p. 77 V. Early Seekers of Christ Directed and Encouraged, on Prov. VIII. 17. p. 104 VI. And yet there is Room, &c. on Luke XIV. 22. p. 131 VII. A Religious Education recommended, on Prov. XXII. 6. p. 156 VIII. The Improvement of Present Time, on Eccles. IX. 10. p. 182 IX. The Tendency of Liberality to Riches, and of Covetousness to Poverty, on Prov. XI. 24. p. 203 Serm. X. Reformation upon the Gospel Scheme, on Heb. IX. 10. Page 227 XI. The Minister's Plea for the People's Prayers, on 1 Thess. V. 25. p. 256 XII. The Character of Gospel Ministers, on 1 Cor. IV. 1. p. 280 XIII. The Excellency of a.
Sermons, English -- England -- Beverley -- 18th century. : The advantage of employing the poor in useful labour : and Mischief of Idleness, or Illjudg'd Business. In a sermon preach'd at St. Mary's in Beverley, October 10, 1725. Before the Right Worshipful Edward Wilbert, Esq; Mayor; Joseph Bielby, Esq; Mayor Elect; Francis Boynton, Esq; Recorder; the Worshipful Aldermen, and Capital Burgesses of the said Town. By Sam. Johnston, S. T. B. Vicar of St. Mary's, and Rector of St. Nicholas, United Parishes in Beverley.
Sermons, English -- England -- Ipswich -- 18th century. : A sermon preached before the Incorporated Society for the Relief of the Widows and Orphans of Clergymen within the County of Suffolk : at their anniversary meeting in the parish-church of St. Mary at Tower, Ipswich, on Thursday the 18th of July 1751. Published at the Request of several of the Members then present. By John Clubb, Rector of Whatfield, and Vicar of Debenham, Suffolk.
Sermons, English -- England -- Kelvedon -- 18th century. : The deist confuted upon his own principles : or, a rational defence of revelation, From its own intrinsic Usefulness and Excellence. In a sermon Preach'd at Kelvedon, May 7, 1754, At the Visitation of the Rev. Dr. Moss, Arch-Deacon of Colchester. By Nathaniel Ball, Vicar of Great Tey, and Master of the Free-School at Chelmsford. To which is added, An appendix, containing Remarks on Lord Bolingbroke's Objections to Revelation; design'd as a general Answer to all Deists, and to expose his Lordship's fallacious Reasoning, gross Misrepresentations of Scripture, and frequent Self-Contradictions. .
Sermons, English -- England -- London. : The path of the just like the shining light : a sermon, occasioned by the death of Henry Keene, Esq. who departed this life February 14, 1797, in the Seventy-First year of His Age; preached at Maze-Pond, Southwark, February 26, 1797, By James Dore.