5 edition of Certaine sermons, vpon diuers textes of Holie Scripture found in the catalog.
Reprints in the following order: STC 11862.5: A sermon on the parable of the sower; STC 11871: Two sermons upon I. Peter 5. vers. 8 and 9; STC 11857.5: Foure sermons uppon the seven chiefe vertues of faith; STC 11860: A godlie, zealous, and profitable sermon upon the second chapter of saint James; and STC 11862.3: A sermon preached at Pauls Crosse the thirtie day of May; adding a sermon on James iii 1-12 before the last. Contents list on title page verso also calls for a reissue? of STC 11870, which is not present.--Cf. STC.Each sermon has caption title.Identified as STC 11848a on UMI microfilm, reel 713.Reproduction of the original in the Folger Shakespeare Library.STC (2nd ed.) 11848.5.Available electronically as part of Early English books online.Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich. : UMI, 1957. 1 microfilm reel ; 35 mm. (Early English books, 1475-1640 ; 713:11).
|Statement||Printed by the Widowe Orwin, for Thomas Man|
|Publishers||Printed by the Widowe Orwin, for Thomas Man|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||40|
|2||Early English books, 1475-1640 -- 713:11.|
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So that none can excuse themselues, of what estate or condition so euer they be. But what kinde of death I pray you? If I doo, I shall not do it without the testimonie of great learned men, both auncient and moderne: but euen the name Psalmes will speake for mee, which, being interpreted, is nothing but songes.
And we must not beleeue that the prayers of the fortunate and rich are aptest to appease his Maiestie diuine, of whom it is written: Psal.
Such desire was in those noble women, being very loth and vnwilling otherwise to Certaine sermons such sumptuous apparell, by the which others should be caused to forget themselues.
But howsoeuer wee fare, let vs learne too fauour Gods spirituall giftes in such wise, as all our wittes vpon diuers textes of Holie Scripture bee gathered home to make much of them. This Church was giuen to Norman, the first Canon regular in all England. As was clearly proued by Iudas his hauing as greate power in that commission, as anie of the reste.
vpon the texte wrytyne in the Reuelatyone of Sayncte Iohne. Very notablie therefore Ionas addeth immediatlie: But I in the voice of praise will sacrifice vnto thee. Wherefore at this present we may alledge what the Sonne of God sometimes said; Matth 23. Where verse numbers stand in the margins of the printed texts, hey have been transferred to the body; the verse numbers in the 'Prayer of Manasses' have been supplied from other versions.
He sayd in the beginning that he greatlie reioyced that he founde the Children walking in the trueth, according to the commaundement receyued of the Fathers, ver. And besides that, there are two other good helpes that may be vsed for their trial: the one is the finding of their marke, and the trying the insensiblenes thereof.
If the law were spirituall, and the Iudge Secular, it could not be vnderstood how he might iudge according to the same.
which may be ioyned together with fayth: euen that doubting, which doth not directly reiect the promise of God, but yet hath many lettes.