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The affections of a pious soule, unto our Saviour-Christ

The affections of a pious soule, unto our Saviour-Christ

Expressed in a mixt treatise of verse and prose. By Richard Flecknoe.

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Published by Printed by Iohn Raworth for William Brooke, dwelling at the upper end of Holborne in Turpius Rents in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Devotional literature -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesAffections of a pious soule, &c.
    GenreEarly works to 1800.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 886:1.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[12], 49, [1] p.
    Number of Pages49
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20362848M

    Judges “Then the lords of the Philistines gathered them together for to offer a great sacrifice unto Dagon their god, and to rejoice: for they said, Our god hath delivered Samson our enemy into our hand.” “Dagon”: He was a sea-god, an idol with the head of a man and the body of a fish. Ah, my Jesus, the Cross is too light for Your Love, but the weight of our sins unites to that of the Cross—enormous and immense, as the expanse of the Heavens. And You, my wearied Good, You feel crushed under the weight of so many sins. Your soul is horrified at their sight, and feels the pain of each sin.

    Verses Angels were heralds of the new-born Saviour, but they were only sent to some poor, humble, pious, industrious shepherds, who were in the business of their calling, keeping watch over their flock. We are not out of the way of Divine visits, when we are employed in an honest calling, and abide with God in it. Verses Did Christ pour out his soul unto death for us, and shall we think any thing too precious for him? Do we give him the precious ointment of our best affections? Let us love him with all the heart, though it is common for zeal and affection to be misunderstood and blamed; and remember that charity to the poor will not excuse any from.

    Rejoice, O my soul, and give thanks unto God for so great a gift and precious consolation, left unto thee in this vale of tears. For so oft as thou callest this mystery to mind and receivest the body of Christ, so often dost thou celebrate the work of thy redemption, and art made partaker of all the merits of Christ. The Book of Common Prayer The Book of Common Prayer of the Anglican Church of Ghana Hear what comfortable words our Saviour Christ saith unto all that truly turn to him. T HE Body of our Lord Jesus Christ, which was given for thee, preserve thy body and soul unto everlasting life.


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The affections of a pious soule, unto our Saviour-Christ: Expressed in a mixt treatise of verse and prose. By Richard Flecknoe. The Affections of a Pious Soule unto our Saviour Christ, expressed in a mixed Treatise of Verse and Prose () Miscellania, or Poems of all Sorts, with divers other Pieces () Love's Dominion, a dramatick piece full of excellent Moralities, The affections of a pious soule as a pattern for the reformed stage () anon.

A Relation of Ten Years' Travels in Europe, Asia, Affrique. The affections of a pious soule, unto our Saviour-Christ Expressed in a mixt treatise of verse and prose. By Richard Flecknoe. Fleetwood, William, / [].

‘The Affections of a Pious Soule unto our Saviour Christ, expressed in a mixed Treatise of Verse and Prose,’ ‘Miscellania, or Poems of all Sorts, with divers other Pieces,’ ‘Love's Dominion, a dramatick piece full of excellent Moralities, written as a pattern for the reformed stage,’ (anon.).

'The humbling of our souls before the Lord Christ, from an apprehension of His divine excellencies- the ascription of glory, honor, praise, with thanksgiving unto Him, on the great motive of the work of redemption with the blessed effects thereof- are things wherein the life of faith is continually exercised; nor can we have any evidence of an.

Moreover I offer unto Thee all pious desires of the devout, necessities of parents, friends, brothers, sisters, and all who our God, art present unto all Thy faithful ones,(3) unto when my soul shall be perfectly united unto God. Then shall He say unto me, "If thou wilt be with Me, I will be with thee.".

Mal. And as there must be an application, so there must be a vehement and intense application of the soul unto a thing, for every consideration does not make meditation: consideration heightened makes meditation.

Meditation is the work of the whole soul. The mind acts, and the memory acts, and the affections act. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Software. An illustration of two photographs. Images.

An illustration of a heart shape Donate. An illustration of text ellipses. More. An icon used to represent a menu that can be toggled by interacting. The Body of our Lord Jesus Christ preserve my soul unto evelasting life. Lord, I am not worthy that Thou shouldst enter under my roof; but only say the word and my soul shall be healed.

[Originally from the Roman Missal, the last line of this invocation is the correct translation, which has been badly trashed by the ICEL in the Novus Ordo. “We know the kingdom of grace has been set up in our hearts by the change wrought in the soul.

There is a new nature, light in the mind, order in the affections, a pliable will, and tenderness in the conscience. If there is no change of heart there is no sign of grace. God’s children desire God, like the beating of the pulse indicates life.

THE ROCK OF OUR SALVATION. A Treatise Respecting the Nature, Person, Offices, Work, Sufferings, and Glory of Jesus Christ. By William S. Plumer, "Come, let us shout joyfully to the Lord, shout triumphantly to the rock of our salvation!" THE GOSPEL OF CHRIST IS HIDDEN FROM SOME.

Hear what comfortable words our Saviour Christ saith unto all that truly turn to him. Come unto me all that travail and are heavy laden, and I will refresh you.

Matthew So God loved the world, that he gave his only-begotten Son, to the end that all that believe in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

John His works are: 1. ‘Hierothalamium, or the Heavenly Nuptials of our Blessed Saviour with a Pious Soule,’ 2. ‘The Affections of a Pious Soule unto our Saviour Christ, expressed in a mixed Treatise of Verse and Prose,’ 3.

‘Miscellania, or Poems of all Sorts, with divers other Pieces,’ 4. Delivered On Lord’s-Day Morning, May 9th, ,By C. Spurgeon,At The Metropolitan Tabernacle, Newington “Moreover as for me, God forbid that I should sin against the Lord in ceasing to pray for you: but I will teach you the good and the right way” 1 Samuel It is a very great privilege to be permitted to pray for our fellowmen.

But whatsoever is wanting unto me, O merciful Jesus, Most Holy Savior, do Thou of Thy kindness and grace supply, who hast vouchsafed to call all unto Thee saying, Come unto me, all ye that are weary and heavy laden, and I will refresh you.

It is still proclaimed in our ears that to us is born a Saviour, Christ the Lord. These should be glad tidings to all. Our Lord Jesus was not born in sin, and did not need that mortification of a corrupt nature, or that renewal unto holiness, which were signified by circumcision.

THE ORDER OF THE. ADMINISTRATION OF THE LORD'S SUPPER, OR. HOLY COMMUNION. When there is no Communion, there is not to be any Communion Service. So many as intend to be partakers of the holy Communion shall signify their names to the Minister some time the week before.

And if any of those be on open and notorious evil liver, or have. It is still proclaimed in our ears that to us is born a Saviour, Christ the Lord. These should be glad tidings to all.

Luke Our Lord Jesus was not born in sin, and did not need that mortification of a corrupt nature, or that renewal unto holiness, which. He is a king, indeed, but He comes meekly, riding upon an ass's colt. “He doth not lift up his voice in the streets.” When our Lord and Saviour Christ left the world, He said unto His disciples, “My peace I give unto you; my peace I leave with you: not as the world gives peace, but my peace I give unto you,” John 1 Clem.

Let us behold Him in our mind, and let us look with the eyes of our soul unto His long-suffering will. Let us note how free from anger He is towards all His creatures. 1 Clem. The heavens are moved by His direction and obey Him in peace. And, therefore, unto thee, O Lord, do I lift up my soul.

O make good thy name of Lord unto me; as Lord, rebuke Satan and restrain all earthly and carnal affections, that they do not once dare to whisper a temptation to my soul, a distraction to my thoughts, whilst I am in communion with thee, in prayer at thy holy ordinance.Of the words of St.

Matthew's Gospel, Chap. iii, |Then Jesus cometh from Galilee to the Jordan unto John, to be baptized of him.| Concerning the Trinity. 1. The lesson of the Gospel hath set before me a subject whereof to speak to you, beloved, as though by the Lord's command, and by His command in very deed.IN ALL THESE CHARACTERS OUR MEDITATION OF HIM SHOULD DELIGHT THE SOUL; because all that is great, and excellent, and glorious, and good, and attractive, passes before our minds in contemplating the character, the works, the ways, and the purposes of God; objects, the contemplation of which, not only gives scope for the exercise of its noblest powers, but excites all the most pleasing affections of the .