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" He who was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal with God... "
A key to the Church-catechism, or The Church-catechism methodized and explained - Sivu 108
tekijä(t) Philo-Delphus (pseud.) - 1719
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Sermons on Various Subjects of Christian Doctrine and Duty, Nide 6

Nathanael Emmons - 1826
...be a propitiation, to declare his righteousness for the remission of sins. And though he was once in the form of God and thought it no robbery to be equal with God ; yet he made himself of no reputation and took upon him the form of a servant and was made in the likeness...

The Works of John Owen, Nide 17

1826
...us, Phil. ii. 5, 6, 8cc. 'Let the same mind be in you which was in Christ Jesus ; who, when he was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal with God, made himself of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant, and became obedient unto death,...

The Works of John Owen, Nide 4

John Owen - 1826
...capable of. So God redeemed his church with his own blood ; Acts xx. 28. ' Inasmuch, as he who was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal with God, humbled himself, and became obedient unto death, the death of the cross;' Phil. ii. 6 — 8. Now in...

A Defence of Some Important Doctrines of the Gospel in Twenty-six Sermons ...

1826 - 660 sivua
...glory, James ii. 1. It is brought in as a noble aggravation of what he endured, that then " he was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal with God; he made himself of no reputation, and being found in fashion as a man, took on him the form of a servant,...

The Works of John Owen, Nide 12

John Owen - 1826
...reputation, and took on him the form of a servant.' But he eternally and unchangeably continued ' in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal unto him;' Phil. ii. 6, 7. He can no more really and essentially, by any act of condescension or humiliation,...

Plain discourses on experimental and practical Christianity

William Ford Vance - 1827 - 352 sivua
...Jesus had to endure in order to accomplish the redemption of His people. He who was essentially " in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal with God"—He who " in the beginning was with God, and was God"—" The Alpha and Omega, the First and...

Sermons, Nide 1

Timothy Dwight - 1828
...our self-flattery, our self-justification, and our self-righteousness. Christ, although he " was in the form of God, and " thought it no robbery to be equal with God, yet made himself " of no reputation, and took upon him the form of a servant." The spirit which he here...

Sermons, lectures, and occasional discourses, Nide 1

Edward Irving - 1828
...whom he would redeem. Oh, but consider the humiliation of this act of the Son of God, " who was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal with God ; " that he should " become sin for us who knew no sin ;" that he should endure the vile contact and...

Expository lectures on Paul's Epistles to the Corinthians

William Lothian - 1828
...nothing more than what is true of all the apostles and prophets; but to inform us, that He who was in the form of God, and thought it no robbery to be equal with God, took on him the form of a servant, and became obedient to the death of the cross, affords the most...

Sermons, Nide 2

Timothy Dwight - 1828
...manifestation of the glory, or excellency of GOD. For the accomplishment of this end " He, who was in the form of GOD, and thought it no robbery to be equal with GOD, made himself of no reputation ; took upon him the form of a servant ; and was made in the likeness...




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