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עמוד 382 - into Avon, Avon into Severn, Severn into the narrow seas, they into the main ocean: and thus the ashes of Wicliffe are the emblem of his doctrine, which now is dispersed all the world over." " So," says Fox, " was he resolved into three elements, earth, fire, and water, thinking thereby utterly to extinguish and abolish both the name and doctrine of
עמוד 370 - I shall say here, both before God and man, that before I knew that despised doctrine of his, I never abstained from sin. But since I learned therein to fear my Lord God, it hath otherwise, I trust, been with me. So much grace could I never find in all your glorious instructions !
עמוד 358 - for so much as I know him by the Scriptures to be the great Antichrist, the son of perdition, the open adversary of God, and the abomination standing in the holy place." Upon this the King turned angrily away, and authorized Arundel to proceed against him to the uttermost.
עמוד 44 - given himself more diligently to the worship of our gods than I ; and yet many have received greater benefits, and obtained higher dignities, and prospered better in whatever they undertook. But if these gods had possessed any power, they would rather have assisted me, who have endeavoured so carefully to serve them. If, therefore, after due examination, you
עמוד 368 - I shrive me here unto Thee, my eternal, living God, that in my youth I offended thee, O Lord, most grievously in pride, wrath, and gluttony; in covetousness and in lechery! Many men have I hurt in' mine anger, and done many other horrible sins ! Good Lord, I ask Thee mercy!
עמוד 368 - Nay, forsooth, will I not," he replied, " for I never yet trespassed against you, and therefore I will not do it!" Then, kneeling on the pavement, and holding up his hands toward Heaven, he exclaimed, " I shrive me here unto Thee, my eternal, living God, that in my youth I offended
עמוד 315 - an incomprehensible and infinite power, because, " great is the Lord, and great is his power, and of his greatness there is no end." The immediate and sole rule of the whole world belonged to him by natural, moral, and divine right; all authority depending upon him. As supreme King, he might impose taxes
עמוד 15 - build an altar to the unknown God, but it would be piety in us here to erect a monument in memorial of these unknown martyrs, whose names are lost. The best is, God's kalendar is more complete than man's best martyrologies; and their names are written in the book of life, who, on earth, are wholly forgotten.
עמוד 377 - I will stand to them even to the very death, by the grace of my eternal God!" Turning to the spectators then, he spread his hands, and spake, with a louder voice, " Good Christian people, for God's love be well ware of these men ! for they will else beguile you, and lead you