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  • adjective being five more than one hundred ten


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  • He takes neither motive, rise, nor occasion for any internal acts from any thing without himself; he doth whatever he pleaseth, Ps.cxv. 3; he "worketh all things according to the counsel of his own will," Eph.i. 11; -- that is his own law of operation, and the rule of righteousness unto others: -- working them agreeably to his own will, which he always must do, he is free from the obliquity of any action.

    The Sermons of John Owen 1616-1683 1968

  • And to be unable not to will the punishment of sin is the same with the necessity of punishing it; for he who cannot but will to punish sin cannot but punish it: for “our God is in the heavens; he hath done whatsoever he hath pleased,” Ps. cxv.

    A Dissertation on Divine Justice 1616-1683 1967

  • “He hath done whatsoever he hath pleased,” Ps. cxv.

    The Death of Death in the Death of Christ 1616-1683 1967

  • These are acts of life, whence the psalmist proves idols to be dead things from the want of them; so far are they from having a divine life, as that they have no life at all, Ps. cxv.

    Pneumatologia 1616-1683 1967

  • That “voluntas Dei” is “causa rerum” is taken for granted, and may be proved from Ps.cxv. 3, which the apostle ascribes omnipotency unto, Rom. ix.

    The Doctrine of the Saints��� Perseverance Explained and Confirmed 1616-1683 1966

  • For they that make such things are like unto the things they make; so is every one that trusteth in them: Ps. cxv.

    Christologia 1616-1683 1965

  • This the Scripture testifies unto, Ps.cxv. 3; cxxxv.

    The Doctrine of Justification by Faith 1616-1683 1965

  • For in nothing did the blindness, darkness, and folly of our nature, in its depraved condition, ever so exert and evidence themselves, as in contriving ways for the representation of God unto us — that is, in idolatry, the worst and vilest of evils: so Ps. cxv.

    Christologia 1616-1683 1965

  • Item to twelve scolers to be found at the Universite off Oxforde | every of them ix li. xi s. viii d. by yere cxv li.

    Bell's Cathedrals: The Cathedral Church of Durham A Description of Its Fabric and A Brief History of the Espiscopal See Joseph E. Bygate

  • The hymn with which according to Mark and Matthew the supper closed is easily identified with the last part (Psalms cxv. to cxviii.) of the so called _Hallel_, which was sung at the close of the Passover meal.

    The Life of Jesus of Nazareth Rush Rhees


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