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Página xiii - Iron sharpeneth iron ; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend.
Página 100 - That Prelacy, and the superiority of any office in the Church above Presbyters, is, and hath been a great and insupportable grievance and trouble to this nation, and contrary to the inclinations of the generality of the people ever since the Reformation, they having reformed from Popery by Presbyters, and therefore ought to be abolished...
Página 257 - James the Sixth is, and of whose kingdom he is not a king, nor a lord, nor a head, but a member.
Página 27 - ... quam deorum), sed cum philosophis est habenda conlatio; quorum ipsum nomen si Latine interpretemur, amorem sapientiae profitetur. Porro si sapientia Deus est, per 20 quem facta sunt omnia, sicut divina auctoritas veritasque monstravit, verus philosophus est amator Dei.
Página 384 - Majesty or any other patron do present any person to a benefice, that the person presented should be tried and examined by the judgment of learned men of the church, such as are the present superintendents...
Página 381 - The corpse is reverently brought to the grave, accompanied with the congregation, without any further ceremonies ; which being buried, the minister, if he be present and required, goeth to the church, if it be not far off, and maketh some comfortable exhortation to the people touching death and resurrection.
Página 352 - that everie minister, exhorter, and reader sail have one of the Psalme Bookes latelie printed in Edinburgh, and use the order contained therein in prayers, marriage, and ministration of the sacraments.
Página 179 - We most humbly require, that the wicked, slanderous, and detestable life of prelates, and of the State Ecclesiastical, may be so reformed, that the people by them have not occasion (as of many days they have had) to contemn their ministry, and the preaching whereof they should be messengers.
Página 110 - And last of all, he said to the people on this manner, " I beseech you, brethren and sisters, to exhort your Prelates to the learning of the word of God, that they at the last may be ashamed to do evil, and learn to do good ; and if they will not convert themselves from their wicked error, there shall hastily come upon them the wrath of God, which they shall not eschew.
Página 309 - Parliament, more particularly do express ; or that refuse the administration of the holy sacraments as they were then ministrated — to be no members of the said Kirk within this realm, and true religion presently professed, so long as they keep themselves so divided from the society of Christ's body.