The Works: Of the Late Reverend Mr Robert Riccaltoun, ... In Three Volumes. Never Before Printed. ...
A. Murray & J. Cochran. For the author's son. Sold, at Edinburgh, by J. Dickson, and other booksellers; and at London by E. & C. Dilly, and A. Bell, 1772
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Page 22 - them bring forth, and fhew us what " fhall happen: let them fhew the former *' things, that we may confider them.— " Shew the things which are to come " hereafter, that we may know that ye " are gods," If. xli. 21. 22. 23. This, it is evident, cannot be
Page 15 - He that hath a dream, let him " tell a dream; and he that hath my word, ** let him fpeak my word boldly : what " is the chaff to the wheat ? Is not my " word like a fire? like a hammer which *' breaketh the rocks afunder?" Jer. xxiii. 28; 29. The Apoftle Paul, who fpake by the fame Spirit, fpeaks alfo the fame language, and refolves the
Page 473 - write I unto you, that ye fin not. And ** if any man fin, we have an advocate " with the Father, Jefus Chrift the righ" teous : and he is the propitiation for " our fins." As neither his courage and refolution, nor any of the grounds of that greatnefs of
Page 149 - The account the Apoftle gives of the priefthood affords a very diftinct view of it: " Every high prieft taken from among men, is ordained for men in things pertaining to God,
Page 160 - That God " hath given to us eternal life, and that " this life is in his Son: fo that he that " hath the Son, hath life; and he that hath ** not the Son, hath not life." Which, whofoever believes not, he
Page 382 - the end and defign of his unction, and all that followed upon it, John xvii. " That they all may be one, as " thou, Father, art in me, and 1 in thee; " that they alfb may be one in us," And, *' I have given them the glory which thou
Page 431 - manifeftations made to the patriarchs, Mofes, and the prophets, to the time that he was " declared to be the Son " of God with power, by his refurreftion *
Page 443 - is the record, that God hath given unto " us eternal life: and this life is in his ** Son." And as this is a point of the
Page 115 - his death, what no creature could fay, " that he had power to lay down his life, and power to take it up again;