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" For, first, those titles, the angel of the covenant, the delight of the Israelites, the desire of all nations, are certain and known characters of the Christ to come. And secondly, it cannot be conceived how the glory of the second Temple should be greater... "
Manual of Bible history. Gradation 1-3 - Página 117
por Charles Baker - 1856
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Private thoughts upon religion, and a Christian life

William Beveridge (bp. of st. Asaph.) - 1816
...world so many ages since, as were here prefixed. So likewise it was expressly foretold in this book, that the glory of the second temple should be greater than the glory of the former, Hag. ii. 9. Now the Jews themselves acknowledge, that there were five of the principal things...
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Private Thoughts Upon Religion and a Christian Life

William Beveridge - 1821 - 369 páginas
...many ages since, as were here prefixed. So likewise it was expressly foretold in this book, that I he glory of the second temple should be greater than the glory of the former. Now the Jews themselves acknowledge, that there were five of the principal things which were...
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An exposition of the Creed, ed. by C. Bradley

John Pearson (bp. of Chester.) - 1822
...nations," are certain and known characters of the Christ to come. And, secondly, it cannot be conceived how the glory of the second temple should be greater than the glory of the first, without the coming of the Messias to it ; For the Jews themselves have observed that five signs of...
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Private thoughts on religion, and a Christian life

William Beveridge (bp. of st. Asaph.) - 1827
...world so many ages since, as were here prefixed. So likewise it was expressly foretold in this book, that " the glory of the second temple should be greater than the glory of the former." Now the Jews themselves acknowledge, that there were five of the principal things which were...
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An Exposition of the Creed: With an Appendix, Containing the Principal Greek ...

John Pearson - 1832 - 616 páginas
...are certain and known characters of the Chris>t to come. And, secondly, it cannot be conceived how the glory of the second Temple should be greater than the glory of the first, without the coming of the Messias to it. For the Jews themselves have observed that five signs of the...
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Sacred Classics, Or, Cabinet Library of Divinity: Private thoughts upon ...

Richard Cattermole, Henry Stebbing - 1834
...world so many ages since, as were here prefixed. So likewise it was expressly foretold in this book, that ' the glory of the second temple should be greater than the glory of the former.' 3 Now the Jews themselves acknowledge, that there were five of the principal things which...
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A commentary on the Psalms of David [tr. based on that of A. Golding].

Jean Calvin - 1840
...to lead the minds of the godly to something further. But as Haggai, ii. 10, cried out at that time, that the glory of the second temple should be greater than the glory of the first, so here is promised a happier state than had been in all ages before. Therefore, though the Jews were...
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An Exposition of the Creed, Volumen1

John Pearson - 1843
...nations, are certain and known characters of the Christ to come. And secondly, it cannot be conceived how the glory of the second Temple should be greater than the glory of the first, without the coming of the Messias to it. For the Jews themselves have observed that five signs of the...
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The Bible class book

Charles Baker - 1850
...all the da5's of Cyrus. The prophet -Haggai reproved the Jews -for delaying the building ; he also prophesied that the glory of the second temple should be -greater than the glory of the first. •Tatnai, the governor of the province, -saw the work on which the Jews were engaged, and he wrote...
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NOTES ON THE MIRACLES OF OUR LORD.

REV. RICHARD C. TRENCH, M.A. - 1850
...Levi; and a terrible destruction is denounced after that. One character * * It cannot be conceived how the glory of the second temple should be greater than the glory of the first, without the coming of the Messias to it. For the Jews themselves have observed that five signs of the...
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