A vindication [by Z. Grey] ... of the Church of England, against the injurious reflections of mr. Neale, in his late History of the Puritans

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Page 80 - LORD of all power and might, who art the author and giver of all good things ; Graft in our hearts the love of thy Name, increase in us true religion, nourish us with all goodness, and of thy great mercy keep us in the same ; through Jesus Christ our Lord.
Page 80 - LORD, who hast taught us that all our doings without charity are nothing worth ; Send thy Holy Ghost, and pour into our hearts that most excellent gift of charity, the very bond of peace and of all virtues, without which whosoever liveth is counted dead before thee : Grant this for thine only Son Jesus Christ's sake. Amen.
Page 75 - ... the mind and purpose of the old Fathers, and a great deal more profitable and commodious, than that which of late was used. It is more profitable, because here are left out many things, whereof some...
Page 298 - ... to our lord the king ; and that they be attached by their bodies, if they may be found, and brought before the king and his council, there to answer to the cases aforesaid, or that process be made against them, by...
Page 121 - But it must be remembered that civil magistrates must govern it according to the rules of God prescribed in his word, and that as they are nurses so they be servants unto the church, and as they rule in the church so they must remember to subject themselves unto the church, to submit their sceptres, to throw down their crowns, before the church, yea, as the prophet speaketh [Is. xlix, 23], to lick the dust of the feet of the church.
Page 351 - I am now and ever have been persuaded, that some of these rites and ceremonies are not expedient for this Church now; but that in the Church reformed, and in all this time of the Gospel, they may better be disused by little and little, than more and more urged.
Page 76 - And in these our doings we condemn no other nations, nor prescribe any thing but to our own people only : for we think it convenient that every country should use such ceremonies as they shall think best to the setting forth of God's honour and glory, and to the reducing of the people to a most perfect and godly living, without error or superstition...
Page 327 - The Lord is my helper ; I will not fear what man can do unto me...
Page 333 - God, are worthy to be cut away and clean rejected. Other there be, which although they have been devised by man, yet it is thought good to reserve them still, as well for a decent order in the Church, (for the which they were first devised,) as because they pertain to edification : whereunto all things done in the Church, (as the Apostle teacheth,) ought to be referred.
Page 317 - Alas ! that our brother Knox could not bear with our book of common prayer ! matters against which although, I grant, a...

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