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" He who was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal with God... "
A key to the Church-catechism, or The Church-catechism methodized and explained - Página 108
por Philo-Delphus (pseud.) - 1719
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Sermons and Other Practical Works: Consisting of Above One Hundred ..., Volumen2

Ralph Erskine - 1795
...as none could have made but'himfelf. And yet, 3. It was an hurrfble approach : for, " Tho' he was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal vrith God, yet he humbled hinlfelf, and took upon hiiH the form of a fervant," Phil. ii. 8. He became...
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Sermons and Other Practical Works: Consisting of Above One Hundred ..., Volumen5

Ralph Erskine - 1796
...are poor againft their will, but he became poor voluntarily : he became a poor fervant; " Though he thought it no robbery to be equal with God, yet he took upon him the form of a fervant ;>J taking on our nature, not in its beft condition, but the loweft ilate of our nature. He...
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A Complete Body of Doctrinal and Practical Divinity: Or, A System ..., Volumen1

John Gill - 1796
...the beginning with God, and was God, that was made flesh, and dwelt among men; it was he that was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal with him, that was found in fashion as a man, and took on him the form of a servant; ¡t was God manifest...
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A Complete Body of Doctrinal and Practical Divinity: Or, A System ..., Volumen2

John Gill - 1796
...his divine Father is; the brightness of his glory, and the express image of his person ; who was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal to him : this Son of God is the true God, the great God, and so fit to be the Redeemer and Saviour...
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A Brief Declaration and Vindication of the Doctrine of the Trinity: As Also ...

John Owen - 1798 - 180 páginas
...his individual perfon, mould be concealed from the moft of men. For this caufe, although he was in the ' form of God, and thought it no * robbery to be equal with God; yet he ' made himfelf of no reputation, by taking * on him the form of a fervant, and was ' made in the likenefs...
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The Song of Songs, which is by Solomon: A New Translation: with a Commentary ...

Thomas Williams - 1801 - 346 páginas
...mediatorial character. The gospel exhibits Jesus in all the glories of his primeval dignity — ' He was in the form of * God, and thought it no robbery to be equal * with God.'—' The word was with God, and ' the word was Qod.' — ' The brightness of his * Father's glory, and the...
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A Treatise on that Being Born Again: Without which No Man Can be Saved

Samuel Wright - 1802 - 224 páginas
...beneath our notice or regard; seeing the unspeakable condescensions of CHRIST to us, who though he was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal with God, yet humbled himself, and made himself of no refiutation, and took upon him the form of a servant. Have...
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Evangelical Principles and Practice: Being Fourteen Sermons, Preached in the ...

Thomas Haweis - 1803 - 332 páginas
...our notice or regard ; seeing the unspeakable condescensions of Christ to us, who, though he was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal with God, yet humbled himself, and made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant. Have we...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate

1804
...enormity of our But when we know beiiig heads of »apport to ike woman. transgressions that He M-ha was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal with Gud, liumbltd himself to become man lor our sakes, that he reicht magnify the law by bearing the punishment...
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The British Critic: A New Review, Volumen27

1806
...interjeftion O generally has, an effect different from that which was undoubtedly intended. " He who was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal with God, yet, 0 amazing condecenjitjn ! made himfelf of no reputation, and took upon him the form ofafervant." (p....
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