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" Presbyterians, Independents, all have here the same spirit of faith and prayer ; the same presence and answer ; they agree here, have no names of difference : pity it is it should be otherwise anywhere... "
The Working Man's Friend, and Family Instructor - Page 223
1850
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Oliver Cromwell

Samuel Rawson Gardiner - Great Britain - 1901 - 319 pages
...here, know no names of difference ;~pTty If 'Is it should'be otherwise any . —„- f*t . Ka* where ! All that believe have the real unity which is most glorious because inward and spiritual in the Body and to the Head. As for being united in forms, commonly called uniformity, every Christian will, for...
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Commonwealth England

John Brown - Dissenters, Religious - 1904 - 148 pages
...here have the same spirit of faith and prayer ; they agree here, have no names of difference ; pity it should be otherwise anywhere. All that believe...which is most glorious, because inward and spiritual. And from brethren in things of the mind we look for no compulsion but that of light and reason." But...
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A History of Modern Liberty, Volume 3

James Mackinnon - Europe - 1908
...and answer ; they agree here, know no names of difference ; pity The Toleration of Expediency. 471 it should be otherwise anywhere ! All that believe...which is most glorious, because inward and spiritual. ... As for being united in forms, commonly called uniformity, every Christian will for peace's sake...
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A Short History of the English People, Volume 3

Kate Norgate - Great Britain - 1908
...Presbyterians, Independents, all SEc. vn1 here have the same spirit of faith and prayer, the same presence answer. They agree here, have no names of difference...it should be otherwise anywhere. All that believe THE ARMY and AND THE PARLIAMENT 1646 TO 1649 "A PIOUS AND SEASONABLE PERSWASIVE TO THE SONNES OF ZION."...
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The Works of Lord Morley, Volume 5

John Morley - 1921
...Presbyterians, independents, and all here have the same spirit of faith and prayer, the same presence and answer ; they agree here, have no names of difference ; pity it is it should be otherwise anywhere." So he urges to the end of his despatch. Toleration is the only key-word. " All that believe have the...
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The Works of Lord Morley, Volume 5

John Morley - 1921
...be otherwise anywhere." So he urges to the end of his despatch. Toleration is the only key-word. " All that believe have the real unity, which is most glorious because inward and spiritual. As for unity in forms, commonly called uniformity, every Christian will study that. But in things of...
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English Constitutional Conflicts of the Seventeenth Century: 1603-1689

J. R. Tanner - History - 1928 - 315 pages
...here he rose above most of his contemporaries. "All that believe", he wrote on September 14, 1645,' "have the real unity, which is most glorious because inward and spiritual. . . . As for being united in forms, commonly called uniformity, every Christian will for peace-sake...
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The Rise of the New Model Army

Mark A. Kishlansky - History - 1983 - 377 pages
...Model. "Presbyterians, Independents, all have here the spirit of faith and prayer, the same presence and answer; they agree here, have no names of difference. Pity it is it should be otherwise anywhere." 3 By the war's end the soldiery possessed a deep self-esteem derived from their valor, their unity,...
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The Holy Spirit in Puritan Faith and Experience

Geoffrey F. Nuttall - Religion - 1992 - 192 pages
...Presbyterians, Independents, all have here the same spirit of faith and prayer; the same presence and answer; they agree here, have no names of difference;...glorious; because inward, and spiritual, in the Body, and to the Head. Cromwell was no Anabaptist,4 but equally he had no antipathy to Anabaptism. In 1644...
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Dynasty: The Stuarts: 1560-1807

John Macleod - History - 2001 - 386 pages
...had here the same spirit of faith and prayer . . . They agree here, know no names of difference; pity it should be otherwise anywhere. All that believe...which is most glorious because inward and spiritual ... As for being united in forms, commonly called uniformity, every Christian will for peace sake study...
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