|Statement||collected out of the great abridgement of Iustice Fitzherbert, and other old writers of the lawes of England by ... Sir William Stanford ... ; whereunto is annexed the proces to the same prerogative appertaining.|
|Contributions||Fitzherbert, Anthony, Sir, 1470-1538.|
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|Pagination||, 85 leaves ;|
|Number of Pages||85|
Get this from a library! An exposition of the Kings prerogatiue, collected out of the great Abridgement of Iustice Fitzherbert, and other old writers of the lawes of England: by the right worshipfull Sir William Stanford Knight, lately one of the iustices of the late Queenes Maiesties Court of Common Plees. VVhereunto is annexed the proces to the same prerogatiue appertaining. Verses THE DISRUPTION. 1 Kings "It was of the Lord." It is no small proof of the insight and courageous faithfulness of the historian that he accepts without question the verdict of ancient prophecy that the disruption was God’s doing; for everything which happened in the four subsequent centuries, alike in Judah and in Israel, seemed to belie this pious conviction. Exposicion of the kinges prerogative Exposition of the Kings prerogative Graunde abridgement. Reviews. User-contributed reviews Tags. Add tags for "An exposition of the Kings prerogatiue, collected out of the great Abridgement of Iustice Fitzherbert, and other old writers of the lawes of England, by the right worshipfull Sir William Stanford. INTRODUCTION TO 1 Kings 8. This chapter gives an account of the introduction of the ark into the temple, 1 Kings of the glory of the Lord filling it, 1 Kings of a speech Solomon made to the people concerning the building of the temple, and how he came to be engaged in it, 1 Kings , of a prayer of his he put up on this occasion, requesting, that what supplications soever were made.
This chapter gives an account of the introduction of the ark into the temple, 1 Kings of the glory of the Lord filling it, 1 Kings of a speech Solomon made to the people concerning the building of the temple, and how he came to be engaged in it, 1 Kings , of a prayer of his he put up on this occasion, requesting, that what supplications soever were made at any time, or on any. The Genealogy of the King (Exposition of Matthew ) Kings have to be in the regal line in order to qualify to be on the throne. Matthew begins with a family tree that traces the right of Jesus to reign. Again and again this genealogy highlights the divine prerogative of God in the outworking of human history. Wisdom may be the fruit of the prison discipline, and supply to the child what he wants in years (1 Kings –12); while the old and foolish king—born to an empire—born in his kingdom as his rightful inheritance—a beggar dies in obscurity; (2 Kings –34; ; ; Lam. ) ‘The wisdom of the one may advance him to a. Chapter 9. The apostle, having declared the Old-Testament dispensation antiquated and vanishing away, proceeds to let the Hebrews see the correspondence there was between the Old Testament and the New; and that whatever was excellent in the Old was typical and representative of the New, which therefore must as far excel the Old as the substance does the shadow.
be John, the apostle, he being banished thither under the persecution of Domitian the emperor. 3. It is further clear, ver. 2, in his description, Who bare record of the word of God, and of the testimony of Jesus Christ; which relates to his writing of the gospel, as he styles himself in the close of it, chap. 21, ver. 24, This is the disciple which testifieth of these things, and wrote these. whose names are not written in the book of life of the Lamb slain from the foundation of the world; by which book is meant God's predestination of men to eternal life, or his decree of election; why this is called the "book of life"; see Gill on Revelation ; and their "names being written therein from the foundation of the world", Revelation. a Book for the Young. The wise man's father propounded a most. anxious question--"Wherewithal shall a young man cleanse his way?" His son in this Book has fully opened the answer--"By taking heed. thereto according to thy word." (Ps. cxix. 9.) Nay he expressly states. the Book to be written for the heeding of youth. 1 It takes them as it. CHAPTER 4. Daniel EDICT OF NEBUCHADNEZZAR CONTAINING HIS SECOND DREAM, RELATING TO HIMSELF. Punished with insanity for his haughtiness, he sinks to the level of the beasts (illustrating Psalms Psalms ).The opposition between bestial and human life, set forth here, is a key to interpret the symbolism in the seventh chapter concerning the beasts and the Son of man.