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A Brief Account Of The Rise And Progress Of The People

Auhtor: William Penn

Language: english
Published: 1834

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religion
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Review by Beth Cholette, August 2006


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... so good a work. WILLIAM PENN. CHAP. I. Containing a brief account of divers dispensations of God in the world, to the time he was pleased to raise ...
... hope even the beginning of the glory of the latter days, and of the restitution of all things yea, the restoration of the kingdom unto Israel. Now ...
... as, one might reasonably say, should be saved: for they were not so careful to be safe from persecution, as to be faithful and inoffensive under it: ...
... in spirit. This people obtained the name of Ranters, from their extravagant discourses and practices. For they interpreted Christ's fulfilling of ...
... love and mercy of God in Christ Jesus and the creature's being made inwardly just, through the cleansing and sanctifying power and Spirit of Christ ...
... who said, Freely you have received, freely give: at least, that the maintenance of gospel-ministers should be free, and not forced. The other reason ...
... a convenient time and place, and to give fitting notice to their relations, and such friends and neighbours, as they desire should be the witnesses ...
... not to themselves and offer up living prayers and living praises to the living God, through his own living Spirit, in which he is only to be worshipped ...
... thee since the dawning reformation, and the many mercies and judgments by which he has pleaded with thee and awake and arise out of thy deep sleep, ...
... of their goods and estates, almost in all parts, not easily to be expressed, and less to have been endured, but by those that have the support ...
... speak their minds freely, in the fear of God, to any matter but the mind of each quarterly meeting, therein represented, is chiefly understood, as to ...
... with the convincement of some of all sorts, as well publicans as sober essors of religion. Some of the first and most eminent of those that came forth ...
... him to do might come with less suspicion, or jealousy of human wisdom and interest, and with more force and clearness upon the consciences of those ...
... and prejudice, and returned not reflection for reflection but forgave them their weak and bitter speeches, praying for them, that they might have ...
... how constant at meetings, how retired in them how firm to truth's life, as well as truth's principles and how entire and united in our communion, as, ...
... the ministry be held, preserved, and continued in the manifestations, motions, and supplies of the same life and power, from time to time. And wherever ...
... Behold how white the fields are unto harvest, in this and other nations, and how few able and faithful labourers there are to work therein. Your country-folks, ...
... where any form or appearance has been new and peculiar, and begun and practised, upon a principle, with an uncommon zeal and strictness. Therefore I say, ...
... Pilate wanted to know, viz. Truth. Truth in the inward parts, so valuable in the sight of God. The light of Christ within, who is the light of the ...
... in which their Fundamental Principle, Doctrines, Worship, Ministry, and Discipline, are plainly declared. Stiff cover Cloth 0 1 0. There is an Association ...