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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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A Collection of Original Sermons: Contributed by Ministers of Different ...

Thomas Peter Akers - 1851 - 511 páginas
...nature. He possessed the perfection of Deity from everlasting, even the fulness of the Godhead. He was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal with God — being the brightness of the Father's glory, and the express image of his person. Hence, every attribute...
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Sermons Preached in China

Walter Macon Lowrie - 1851 - 454 páginas
...his, John xvi. 16; for in him dwelleth all tf,e fulness of the Godfiead bodily, Col. ii. 9. He was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal with God, Phil. ii. 6. High is his throne—the riches of eternity, of unending time, and unbounded space—yea,...
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Divine Inspiration, Or, The Supernatural Influence Exerted in the ...

Ebenezer Henderson - 1852 - 428 páginas
...assumption of human nature, existed " in the form of God," (iwp>pov 6«n), the similitude, likeness of God,) " and thought it no robbery to be equal with God," when thus manifesting himself to his ancient people. (Phil. ii. 7.) The language of the whole passage...
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A plain and practical exposition of the Song of songs

Edmund Clay - 1853 - 322 páginas
...laid down His life not for friends — but enemies — His was great love for great sinners, He was in the form of God and thought it no robbery" to be equal with God !l yet he emptied himtied himself of his glory. He humbled himself and the shame of the Cross he despised...
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Sabbath evening readings on the New Testament, Volumen1

John Cumming - 1854
...Jews. In the language of Scripture, " He humbled himself ; and though in the form of God, and thinking it no robbery to be equal with God, yet he took upon him the form of a servant." None went so low as the blessed Jesus ; therefore none have ascended so high. The depth of...
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A Model for Men of Business, Or, Lectures on the Character of Nehemiah

Hugh Stowell - 1854 - 326 páginas
...but delivered Him up for us all"—a work for the attainment of which, the eternal Word, who " was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal with God, made Himself of no reputation, and took upon Him the form of a servant, and was made in the likeness...
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Horae Homileticae: Romans

Charles Simeon - 1855
...that he had with the Father from all eternity ? " Was it to please himself, that, " when he was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal with God, he made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant ? " Was it to please himself...
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Horae Homileticae: Luke XVII to John XII

Charles Simeon - 1855
...was God," even " the mighty Godr," " the great God'," " God over all, blessed for ever1." " He was in the form of God; and thought it no robbery to be equal with Godu;" and was therefore rightly "named Emmanuel, God with us1;" and is with truth declared to be "...
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Theology: Explained and Defended in a Series of Sermons, Volumen2

Timothy Dwight - 1830
...suffered, to procure this gift for man, are infinitely great and endearing. For this end, when he was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal zoith God ; he made himself of no reputation ; was made in the likeness of men ; and became obedient...
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The Christian advocate, ed. by T.H. Milner, Volumen1

Thomas Hughes Milner - 1857
...Reputation is infinitely more valuable than property. Now, of Christ it is said, that though he was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal with God, yet he made himself of no reputation, took upon him the form of slave, and became obedient even to the death...
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