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" Take, eat; this is my body which is given for you ; do this in remembrance of me. "
Fifteen theologico-controversistical conferences - Page 160
1785
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Transubstantiation discuss'd, in two parts, in several papers that have pass ...

T. B, Henry Newcome, Transubstantiation - 1705
...was delivered to his Enemies, hav- CiKcb. 4* ing taken Bread, and given Thanks to God, he brake it, and gave it to his Difciples, faying, take, Eat; this is my Body, Afterwards taking the Chalice, and giving Thanks, he faid, this is my Blood, Chrift therefore himfelf,...
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A confutation of popery

Thomas Bennet - 1714 - 355 pages
...exprefly faid, that our Savior took Bread; and when he had given thanks he brake it, viz. the bread ; and gave it to his Difciples, faying, Take eat, This is my body, &c. But what I pray, did our Savior fpeak of ? Was it not Bread ? Did he not fpeak of that thing, which...
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The Christian institutes, or, The sincere word of God, a plain account of ...

Francis Gastrell (bp. of Chester) - 1717
...the fame The Lorfi Suffer. Night in which he was betrayed, took Bread, and bleffed it, and brake it, and gave it to his Difciples, faying ; Take, eat, this is my Body, which is given for you, this do in remembrance of me. After the fame manner, •Mat. to. i4, i«. bi Cot....
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A Letter to His Grace Edward, Lord Archbishop of Tuam, in Answer to His ...

Cornelius Mary, Edward Synge - 1728 - 235 pages
...now fays, that our Lord Je«; " fus Chrift in the fame Night iu which he waX " hetray'd, took Bread, and gave it to his ' Difciples, faying, take,' eat, THIS IS MY " BODY. And taking the Chalice, and giving G Tuanks ii u tl Of tie Real Trefence Thanks, faid : Take drink,...
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Sermons . Eight discourses on several subjects; with four sermons on the ...

John Sharp (abp. of York.) - 1734
...took Bread, and blefled, and brake it, and gave it to his Difciples, faying, tf«ke, eat ; this is my Body which is given for you : Do this in Remembrance of me. And fo likewife the Cup after Supper. This Action now the Minifters of the Gofpel are to imitate...
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A paraphrase on the four Evangelists, Volume 1

Samuel Clarke - 1736
...t to j^ Difdple^ faying ; Take, . And as tfae p aflbver has been hi _ tad eaten. 23. In like manner he took the Cup ; and when he had given Thanks, he gave it to them, faying, Drink ye all of this. therto a perpetual Commemoration of the Jews Deliverance out of Egypt; fo from henceforward let your...
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The Ancient Liturgy of the Church of Jerusalem,: Being the Liturgy of St ...

Orthodox Eastern Church - 1744 - 122 pages
...up to Heaven, and prefenting it to thee his God and Father, he gave Thanks, fanclified and broke it, and gave it to his Difciples, faying, Take, eat, This is my Body, which is broken and given for you, for the Remiffion of Sins. In like manner, after Supper, He took the Cup,...
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An essay on the Lord's supper. To which are added, Prayers, thanksgivings ...

Essay - 1747
...!«. I Waterland's Review of tkc—-Eucl,ariJ!, f. 58. ' " Thanks " Thanks bldTed it*, and brake it, and gav.e " it to his Difciples, faying, Take eat, this " is my Body which is given for youi Do this " in Remembrance of me. Likewife, ahc;r " Supper, he took the Cup, and when...
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The Divine Office for the Use of the Laity. ...

1763
...cometh. C. And having taken bread, he gave thanks, and broke it, and gave it to them, faying : f This is my body, which is given for you : do this in remembrance of me. C. He took likewife the cup, after he had Tupped, faying : f This cup is the New Teftament in my...
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An exposition on the Book of common prayer; with notes. [With] A companion ...

William Vickers (of Sherborne lane, London.) - 1765
...Who in thefame night that he was betray ed^ took bread, and when he had, given thanks he brake it, and gave it to his difciples, faying,, Take, eat,...had given thanks, he gave it to them, faying, Drink y^ all of this, for this is my Blood of the New Teftament, which is £hed for you, and for many for...
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