No Alterations of Christ's Plan.
... Luke, xiii., 34, 35), that he had hoped at first to find acceptance with the entire
nation, and to make Jerusalem the real seat of his Theocratic government. ...
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The Millennium in Relation to the World.
... The form of His government will be theocratic not democratic""And the Lord shall
be King over all the earth" (Zech.14:9). The scope or range of His ...
/.../pink/the redeemers return/5 the millennium in relation.htm
The Papal Syllabus, AD 1864.
... the Church, and has therefore a right to a share in its government. ... are inserted
from letters of mediæval Popes, who from their theocratic stand-point claimed ...
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Religion --A Reality
... Under the theocratic government of the Israelites in the wilderness, and in their
early history when established in Canaan, their offences against God's law ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 8 1863/religiona reality.htm
Remorse and Suicide of Judas.
... Theirs was a strange conscience indeed, which could take out the Lord's money (and,
under the then existing Jewish theocratic government, all public money was ...
/.../mcgarvey/the four-fold gospel/cxxxii remorse and suicide of.htm
... from Deuteronomy 17:14 and 15. The government was theocratic, not monarchical
nor democratic. David himself had been chosen and ...
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Church and State in New England
... and New Haven held in common one foremost theory of civil government. ... the strict
Puritan of Massachusetts, the voter in the theocratic commonwealth of New Haven ...
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Believers are to Reign with Christ.
... the idea from its symbolical form derived from the old Theocratic mode of ... promises
in the context) recognizes degrees in the share of government and judgment ...
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The Lutheran and Reformed Confessions.
... sole headship of Christ, and endeavored to renovate the civil state on a theocratic
basis ... of man; and this is the best school of moral self-government, which is ...
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Progress of Calvinism
... The form of government introduced was theocratic. Calvin was recognised
as the spiritual and temporal ruler of the city. He was ...
/.../chapter iii progress of calvinism.htm
Nave's Topical IndexExodus 19:3-8
And Moses went up to God, and the LORD called to him out of the mountain, saying, Thus shall you say to the house of Jacob, and tell the children of Israel;Nave's Topical Index
This day the LORD your God has commanded you to do these statutes and judgments: you shall therefore keep and do them with all your heart, and with all your soul.
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These are the words of the covenant, which the LORD commanded Moses to make with the children of Israel in the land of Moab, beside the covenant which he made with them in Horeb.
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1 Samuel 8:6,7
But the thing displeased Samuel, when they said, Give us a king to judge us. And Samuel prayed to the LORD.
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Communism: General Scriptures Concerning
Contingencies in Divine Government of Man
Government: Civil Service School Provided By
Government: Corruption In
Government: Corruption in Felix, Who Expected Money from Paul
Government: Corruption in Pilate, in Delivering Jesus to Death in Order to Please the Clamoring Multitude
Government: Duty of Citizens To
Government: Executive officers of Tribes and Cities
Government: God In in Appointment of Saul As King
Government: God In in Blotting out the Household of Jeroboam
Government: God In in Counseling Solomon
Government: God In in Denouncing Solomon's Wickedness
Government: God In in Dividing the Jewish Nation Into Two Different Countries
Government: God In in Magnifying Him
Government: God In in Raising Adversaries Against Solomon
Government: God In in Saul's Rejection
Government: God In in the Appointment of David
Government: God In in the Appointment of Kings
Government: God In in the Destruction of Nations
Government: Maintains of Public Instruction
Government: Monarchical by Ahasuerus
Government: Monarchical by David
Government: Monarchical by Herod
Government: Monarchical by Nebuchadnezzar
Government: Monarchical by Saul
Government: Monarchical by Solomon
Government: Mosaic: Accepted, and Agreed To, the Law Given by Moses
Government: Mosaic: Administrative and Judicial System
Government: Mosaic: Among the Egyptians
Government: Mosaic: Among the Gibeonites
Government: Mosaic: Among the Midianites and Moabites
Government: Mosaic: Assists Solomon at the Dedication of the Temple
Government: Mosaic: Chooses David As King
Government: Mosaic: Chose, or Ratified, the Chief Ruler
Government: Mosaic: Closely Associated With David
Government: Mosaic: Closely Associated With Moses and Subsequent Leaders
Government: Mosaic: Corrupt
Government: Mosaic: Counsels King Ahab
Government: Mosaic: Counsels King Rehoboam
Government: Mosaic: David Rebukes
Government: Mosaic: Demands a King
Government: Mosaic: Joins Absalom in his Usurpation
Government: Mosaic: Josiah Assembles to Hear the Law of the Lord
Government: Mosaic: Legislates in Later Times
Government: Mosaic: Legislates With Ezra in Reforming Certain Marriages With the Heathen
Government: Mosaic: Possessed Veto Power Over the King's Purposes
Government: Mosaic: Refused to Make Conquest of Canaan
Government: Mosaic: Saul Pleads to be Honored Before
Government: Mosaic: Seeks Counsel from Prophets
Government: Mosaic: Sits As a Court
Government: Mosaic: The Court in Certain Capital Cases
Government: Mosaic: Unfaithful to the City
Government: Municipal: Devolving Upon a Local Senate and Executive officers
Government: Paternal Functions of
Government: Unclassified Scriptures Relating to God In
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