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" He spake, and they were made ; He commanded, and they were created. "
Transubstantiation discuss'd, in two parts, in several papers that have pass ... - Page 65
by T. B - 1705
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The office for the Lord's day, as prescribed by the Orthodox Greek Church ...

Theodor Schermann - 1880 - 432 pages
...the heavens, and the Water which is alxIve the heavens : let them Praise the Name of the LORD. For He spake, and they were made ; He commanded, and they were created. He hath established them for ever, and to the age of the age ; He hath made an ordinance, and it shall...
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The life of Christ, tr. and ed. by W.H. Hutchings

Bonaventura (st, card.) - 1881 - 580 pages
...the Saviour labour to redeem us, but in creating the whole world, the Creator suffered no fatigue. He spake and they were made ; He commanded and they were created. But in redeeming, He bore contradiction as to His words ; treachery, in actions ; derision, in sufferings...
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Catholic sermons

John B. Bagshawe - 1882 - 80 pages
...the natures of the elements ? Concerning the works of the whole world, you have read that, He spoke, and they were made; He commanded, and they were created. The word, therefore, of Christ, which could, out of nothing, make that which was not, cannot it change those things which are...
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God and Creation

Robert Reid Howison - Creation - 1883 - 660 pages
...when it adds that the psalmist testifies to it in the thirty-third psalm, ninth verse, where he says: "He spake and they were made; He commanded and they were created." 1 Weak as is this testimony of the Eastern Church in its bear1 The words from the confession are as...
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The Catechism and Holy Scripture. With an Appendix and Notes

Christian doctrine, John B. Bagshawe - Catechisms - 1885 - 332 pages
...change the natures of elements ? Concerning the works of the whole world, you have read that ' He spoke and they were made, He commanded and they were created.' The word, therefore, of Christ, which could out of nothing make thai which was not — cannot it change those things which...
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The Ante-Nicene Fathers: The apostolic fathers. Justin Martyr. Irenaeus

Alexander Roberts, Sir James Donaldson, Arthur Cleveland Coxe, Allan Menzies - Christian literature, Early - 1885 - 634 pages
...existence and continuance. The prophetic Spirit bears testimony to these opinions, when He declares, " For He spake, and they were made ; He commanded, and they were created : He hath established them for ever, yea, forever and ever." 6 And again, He thus speaks respecting...
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A Select Library of the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian ...

Christian literature, Early - 1888 - 606 pages
...3 and all the rest were made immediately at His word: to which also the psalm testifies, saying, " He spake, and they were made; He commanded, and they were created," 4 —how could He require rest after the world was made, as if to enjoy leisure after toil, He who...
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A Select Library of the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian ...

Christian literature, Early - 1888 - 618 pages
...3 and all the rest were made immediately at His word: to which also the psalm testifies, saying, " He spake, and they were made; He commanded, and they were created," 4 — how could He require rest after the world was made, as if to enjoy leisure after toil, He who...
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A Select Library of the Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers of the Christian ...

Christian literature, Early - 1888 - 600 pages
...was made : " '2 if indeed He said, and it was not done, He was wearied. In another place briefly, " He spake, and they were made ; He commanded, and they were created." '3 He then who worketh thus, how doth He labour? But if He labour not, how doth He rest? But in that...
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Anthropology for the People: A Refutation of the Theory of the Adamic Origin ...

Rev. William H. Campbell - Monogenism and polygenism - 1891 - 348 pages
...organisms. This is strengthened by a consideration I of the means by which God produced the universe: "He spake and they were made; He commanded and they were created." Scientists tell us that creation out of nothing is inconceivable, and we admit the truth of the axiom...
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