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LUKE 14:16-24: "1. Briefly explain the parable. 2. Observe how it was verified in Christ and the apostles' days. 3. Observe how this parable is adapted to our case and how applicable it is for our instruction and warning that live in these days and in this place. 4. Conclude with an agreeable exhortation" (p. 1), 1746 Apr

 Part of Collection — Box: 8, Folder: 574
Call Number: GEN MSS 151, Series I
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LUKE 14:16-24: 1. Briefly explain the parable. 2. Observe how it was verified in Christ and the apostles' days. 3. Observe how this parable is adapted to our case and how applicable it is for our instruction and warning that live in these days and in this

Scope and Contents

"On occasion of the news of Mr. Brainard's success among the Indians/ Lecture before the sacrament"

Dates

  • 1746 Apr

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From the Collection: The materials are open for research.

Language of Materials

From the Collection: English

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Part of the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library Repository

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