A letter to the ... bishop of Oxford, from the master of the Temple [G.Sharpe] containing remarks upon some strictures made by the late archbishop of Canterbury in mr. Merrick's annotations on the Psalms
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Página 38 - And the same hour was there a great earthquake, and the tenth part of the city fell, and in the earthquake were slain of men seven thousand; and the remnant were affrighted, and gave glory to the God of heaven.
Página 22 - Hofanna to the fon of David, blefled is he that com-eth in the name of the Lord, Hofanna in the higheft.
Página 56 - And Paul's Master found it his meat and drink to do the will of him that sent him and to finish his work.
Página 30 - My little children, of whom *' I travail in birth again, until Chrift be *
Página 23 - And as he went, they spread their clothes underneath in the way. 37 And when he was now coming near the descent of mount Olivet, the whole multitude of his disciples began with joy to praise God with a loud voice, for all the mighty works they had seen, 38 Saying: Blessed be the king who cometh in the name of the Lord...
Página 13 - Son of man, apply in the fullest and most perfect sense to Christ. If the Man of God's right hand be the man placed there, to whom can the title apply but to him ? for, " to which of the angels said God at any time, Sit on my right hand ? " (Heb. i. 3 ;) and much less has he said this of any Jewish king. As to the other appellation, The Son of man...
Página 59 - ... in which they were delivered ; and the Pfalms in thofe places, or on thofe occafions, which they were framed to fuir, in fuch a manner, that by the mere force of feries and connexion, the hiftorical and prophetical parts might reciprocally explain and authenticate each other.