The Collected Sermons of Thomas Fuller Volume 2

The Collected Sermons of Thomas Fuller Volume 2

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1891 edition. Excerpt: ...I. Iwill remember the yeares of the Right Hand of the most High: David being then in an Agonie, and readie to despaire. Sixthly, Pray heartily ssand trust faithfully in the Power and Providence of the God of Heaven. Here it will not be amisse to insert a memorable Storie, applyable to our occasion There were at the same time two Princes in Germanie, neighbouring in their Dominions, and of the same Name, though much different in their Power and Puissance; namely-Preach, to visit the Churches in his Dioces, leaving the event of all to God, to defend the innocencie in his Cause Politicians, I know, will censure his Designe as silly and weake, which others will behold under a better notion of Say not, he was, which all must confesse or will be, which the godly doe hope: but the Lord IS in actuall being. But, where is He, say some? Surely in some meane and obscure place, where he maintaineth no Majizsiie or Magnisicence. O no; He is in his Temple, the eminent place of his Residence. But this his Temple is prophaned and unhallowed, levelled in the Dignitie thereof to ordinarie places. Indeed, if some men might have their will, it should be so: but He is in his Holy Temple. In a word, God is not unLorded, this Lord is not un-Templed, this his Temple is not unhallowed; and notwithstanding all wicked mens endeavours to destroy the Foundations, the Lord is in his holy Temple. FINIS are helped, when they Petition the Mountaines to fall upon ' them and cover them. Fall upon them; that is Improbable Cover them; that is Impoffible, Ill are the Mountaines able to protect them, when the whole Earth cannot defend it selfe: cannot make good its own Station, but flyeth away. Thirdly, John saw the Dead, Small and Great stand before God. Here the extreames, ...
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  • Paperback | 80 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 4mm | 159g
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236858808
  • 9781236858801