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An Exposition of the Church-catechism - Page 6
by Samuel Clarke, John Clarke - 1729 - 344 pages
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A confutation of Quakerism; or, A plain proof of the falsehood of what the ...

Thomas Bennet - 1705
...ftrive to the utmoft of your power to make each other happy ; fo that the Members of the Church fliould have the fame care one for another, and whether one Member fuffer, all the Members mould fufFer with it, or one Member rejoice, all the Members fhould rejoice with it. Thus then have...
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An Epistolary Discourse: Proving, from the Scriptures and the First Fathers ...

Henry Dodwell - Immortality - 1706 - 313 pages
...So he Reafons elfewhere, concerning the Members of this fame Myflical Body. That the members jbould have the fame care one for another. And whether one...all the members fuffer with it : or one member be honour ed^ all the members rejoycewith it. i Cor. xii. iŁ, ^6. So the Reafoning holds in relation...
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The Christian institutes, or, The sincere word of God, a plain account of ...

Francis Gastrell (bp. of Chester) - 1717
...temper'd together, that -there (hould be no Schifm in the Body ; but that the Members (hould have.the fame Care one for another; and whether one Member...Member be honoured, all the Members rejoice with it. c As every Man hath received the Gift, even ' fo minifter the fame one to another, as good Stewards...
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The whole duty of man. With Private devotions

Richard Allestree (D.D.) - 1719
...i Cor. 11. under the fimilitude of the natural Body he urges this Duty; Wither one member fuffers, all the members fuffer with it': or one member be honoured, all the members rejoice with it. And thefe feveral effects of love we owe to thefe fpiritual brethren. And this love is that which Chrift...
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A paraphrase and comment upon the Epistle and Gospels, appointed to be used ...

George Stanhope - 1732
...this we likewife find urged from the fame Topick all along infifted on ; Whether one Member fujfer, all the Members fuffer with it; or one Member be honoured, all the Members rejoyce with it. ' c«- *"• «6. And again, Remember them that are in HA bonds as bound with them,...
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A Paraphrase with Notes, on the Acts of the Apostles, and Upon All ..., Volume 1

Bible - 1737
...Pain, but the Whole is out of Order, the Harm or Difhonour of the one affecting the whole Frame: 26. one member fuffer, all the members fuffer with it : or one member be honoured, all the members rejoyce with it. 27. Now ye are the 27. So in like Manner is it body of Chrift, and with you and your...
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Sermons on several occasions, with a course of lectures on the ..., Volume 2

Richard Bundy - 1740
...Union to our Lord as our Head. — Our Union to one another does indeed plainly mew us, that wzjhould have the fame Care one for another ; and whether one Member fuff'er, all the rejl jhould fuff'er with it, or if one be honoured, all the rejl jhould rejoice with it. — And our...
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The whole duty of man. With Private devotions

Richard Allestree (D.D.) - 1749
...Similitu'de of the natural Body, he urges this Duty, Whether one Member fuffers, all the Members fiiffer with it : Or one Member be honoured, all the Members rejoice with it. All thefe feveral EffeŁts of Love we owe to thefe fpiritudl Brethren. And this Love is that which...
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Physico-theology: Or, A Demonstration of the Being and Attributes of God ...

William Derham - God - 1754 - 444 pages
...impend the Body together, that the Members jhov.ld, have the fame Care one for another, ver. 25. So that whether one Member fuffer, all the Members fuffer with it ; or one Member be honoured, (or affec~ted with any Good,) all the Members rejoice, [and fympathize] with it, ver. 26. This mutual...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, Volume 11

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1755
...need of thee. Nay, much tmre, thofe members of the body which feem to be more feeble, are neceffary : and whether one member fuffer, all the members fuffer...member be honoured, all the members rejoice with it. The cafe is directly the fame among mankind. The prince cannot fay to the merchant, I have no need...
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