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" the brightness of his glory." Heb. i. 3. I believe that he " came down from heaven not to do his own will, but the will of him that sent him. "
Six Sermons - Page 55
by Edward William Whitaker - 1793 - 167 pages
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An exposition of the [Apostles'] Creed

John Pearson (bp. of Chester.) - 1715 - 426 pages
...muft be co-heirs with Chrift; if fbns, we rnuft be brethren to the only-begotten: but being he came not to do his own will, but the will of him that fent him, he acknowledged no fraternity but with fiich as do the fame; as he hath faid, c Who/bever * Matt.n..$Q....
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Hysterai Phrontides, Or, The Last Thoughts of Dr. Whitby: Containing His ...

Daniel Whitby - 1727 - 204 pages
...AEtions, which the Father that fent him doth ; and therefore cannot be truly and properly faid to come down from Heaven, not to do his own Will, but the Will of another. Fourthly, This may be farther argued from - thefe Words, Joh. vii. 16. Jcfus anfwered them,...
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Sixty-four Practical Sermons: Preacher of the Gospel in Monks-Well ..., Volume 2

Daniel Wilcox - 1744 - 454 pages
...him, Thou art my Son, this day have I begotten thee. He declares he was fet up from everlafting ; and came down from heaven, not to do his own will, but the will of him that fent him. Forafmuch as the children were partakers of flem and blood, he alfo himfelf likewife took part of the...
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A Friendly Epistle to the Deists: And a Rational Prayer Recommended to Them ...

Edward Goldney - 1760 - 192 pages
...blefled Jefus fought the honour and glory of God* and not his own : for " he came down from hea" ven not to do his own will, but the will of him *' that fent him ; therefore the fame is tiue, John vi. 38. ** and no unrighteoufnefs is in him," John vii. 18.. "When...
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An Essay on the Life of Jesus Christ: By William Craig, ...

William Craig - 1767 - 172 pages
...furmount the generous and ardent zeal, with which he laboured to promote their everlafting welfare. * ' He ' came down from heaven, not to do his own ' will, but the will of him that fent him.' Had Jefus done his own will, and followed the natural propenfion of the human heart, he would have...
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The Voice of One Crying in a Wilderness: Or, The Business of a Christian ...

Samuel Shaw - 1769 - 590 pages
...be fubfervient to that infinite and fovereign being; herein imitating his blefled Saviour, who lived not to do his own will, but the will of him that fent him, John — • *i. 36. and again, to feek the glory of him that fent hini} Johnvu. 18. In a word, he...
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The Works Of...

Robert Riccaltoun - 1772 - 538 pages
...perfect ao v quiefccnce in it. Thus we find him alw.ays profefling, that he came not into the world to do his own will, but the will of him that fent him. Nor did he e-> ever fc^k his own glory, but his heavenly Father's ; and to this great end the whole...
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The Deity of Jesus Christ Essential to the Christian Religion: A Treatise on ...

Jacques Abbadie - 1777 - 378 pages
...them fuppofe, that they embarrafs our caufe exceedingly when they remind us ; " That Chrift " came not to do his own will, but the will of " him that fent him — That the do&rine ha " taught was not his own, but the Father's — " And that he who believes,...
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Sermons Preached in the High Church of Edinburgh at the Anniversary Meetings ...

Society in Scotland for Propagating Christian Knowledge - 1785 - 618 pages
...this almighty power, Jefus never employed it, but in fubferviency to the ivill and the glory of God. " He came " down from heaven, not to do his own will, " but the will of the Father that fent him. " And he fought not his own will ;" but zealoufly did, and patiently fuffered...
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Eighteen Practical Sermons, Upon Interesting Subjects,

William Jabet - 1787 - 348 pages
...Abhor-; rence avoid every Thing that may bring Difgrace upon it. Chrift himfelf telleth, us, that he came from Heaven, not to do his own Will, but the Will of him that fent him. Ought not we then to follow, as near as we can, that perfect Pattern which he hath fet us ? and make...
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