Expositions and Notes on Sundry Portions of the Holy Scriptures, Together with the Practice of Prelates. by William Tyndale, Martyr 1536

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9781235822018: Expositions and Notes on Sundry Portions of the Holy Scriptures, Together with the Practice of Prelates. by William Tyndale, Martyr 1536
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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated.1849 Excerpt: ... THE EXPOSITION OF THE FIRST EPISTLE OF ST JOHN. Here beginneth the first epistle of St John. THE FIRST CHAPTER. That which was from the beginning declare we unto you, which we have i John i. heard, which we have seen with our eyes, which we looked upon, and our hands have handled of the word of life. For the life appeared, and we have seen, and bear witness, and shew unto you that ever-lasting life, which was with the Father, and appeared unto us. In that St John saith, "The thing which was from the st John witbeginning," and "the everlasting life that was with the ghmt is very Father," he witnesseth that Christ is very God; as he doth Ant ein the beginning of his gospel, saying: "The word," or the thing3, "was at the beginning, and the thing was with God, and that thing was God, and all things were made by it." And when he saith, "Which we heard, and saw with That Christ our eyes, and our hands handled" him; he testifieth thatAnZred?a"Christ is very man also; as he doth in the beginning of his gospel, saying: "The word," or that thing, "was made flesh," that is, became man. And thus we have in plain and open words a manifest article of our faith, that our Saviour Christ is very God and very man. Which article whosoever not only believeth, but also He that bebelieveth in it, the same is the son of God, and hath ever-Christ is the son of God, lasting life in him, and shall never come into condemnation: nnahtnery as it is written, John i. "He gave them power to be the sons TMrlas'ing of God, in that they believed in his name4;" and John iii., " He John?that believeth in the Son hath everlasting life;" and a little John vu before in the said chapter, "He that believeth in him shall not be condemned." And to believe in the words of this article is that eating o...

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