Stars: Differ in Splendor
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Whether There are Waters Above the Firmament?
... differently defined according as opinions on the firmament differ. ... fiery, solely
on account of its splendor: so this ... rising and setting of the stars, and their ...
/.../aquinas/summa theologica/whether there are waters above.htm

Hebrews xi. 7
... them, although He said, "As the stars of the ... virtue, that pleasure, that glory, that
happiness, that splendor? ... and fellow-heirs are come to differ nothing from ...
/.../homilies on the gospel of st john and hebrews/homily xxiii hebrews xi 7.htm

Whether the Empyrean Heaven was Created at the Same Time as ...
... obtain the abode of rest." But they differ in the ... as necessary, but as congruous,
that the splendor without may ... the fact that we can see the stars through the ...
/.../aquinas/summa theologica/whether the empyrean heaven was.htm

The Apocalypse.
... diction of one and the same writer may differ widely from ... New; the woman with a crown
of twelve stars (chap.12:1 ... it shall come at last with a splendor above the ...
/.../barrows/companion to the bible/chapter xxxii the apocalypse.htm

Book I.
... For, comparing it with the stars, what is of lower ... of the schools; nevertheless they
differ very widely. ... by a mere delight in some intrinsic splendor I imputed ...
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The Introduction to the Work, with Some Account of the Nature of ...
... man I was; how much more will glory make us differ! ... the earth; it can measure the
sun, moon, stars, and heaven ... And did not the splendor of it make all things ...
/.../baxter/the saints everlasting rest/chapter i the introduction to.htm

Of Eternal and Temporal Nature.
... in the same manner, and only differ in their ... this creation of things as those morning
stars did, that ... colors, the fragrancy of smells, the splendor of precious ...
/.../law/an appeal to all that doubt/of eternal and temporal nature.htm

Dwight -- the Sovereignty of God
... to mind, also, who made you to differ from the ... Honor, wealth and splendor are the
toys for which grown ... fancy, as an astronomer searches for stars invisible to ...
/.../kleiser/the worlds great sermons volume 3/dwight the sovereignty of.htm

Lessons from Nature
... which the upper story glows with the full splendor of God ... remember him who, while
he calls the stars by their ... may have eccentricities in it that differ from all ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 17 1871/lessons from nature.htm

A Plea Regarding Christians by Athenagoras, the Athenian
... embracing grandeur, in the arrangement of the stars, both those ... it in passing for
its beauty and splendor; but it ... If these so-called gods differ in no way from ...
/.../richardson/early christian fathers/a plea regarding christians by.htm

Nave's Topical Index
1 Corinthians 15:41
There is one glory of the sun, and another glory of the moon, and another glory of the stars: for one star differs from another star in glory.
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Stars of the Deliverer

Stars: Comets

Stars: Constellations of

Stars: Created by God

Stars: Crown of Twelve Stars

Stars: Darkening of

Stars: Differ in Splendor

Stars: Falling of

Stars: Orion

Stars: Planets

Stars: Serpent

Stars: Seven Stars of the Seven Congregations

Stars: The Morning Star

Stars: Worship of, Forbidden

Stars: Worshiped

The Stars of Angels

The Stars of Christ

The Stars of Ministers

The Stars of Princes and Subordinate Governors

The Stars: (Bright and Morning Star) of Christ

The Stars: (Morning Star) of Glory to be Given to Faithful Saints

The Stars: (Setting the Nest Amongst) Pride and Carnal Security

The Stars: (Shining of) the Reward of Faithful Ministers

The Stars: (Wandering) False Teachers

The Stars: (Withdrawing Their Light) Severe Judgments

The Stars: Appear After Sunset

The Stars: Appear of Different Magnitudes

The Stars: Arcturus

The Stars: Astrology and Star-Gazing Practised by the Babylonians

The Stars: Called: Stars of Heaven

The Stars: Called: Stars of Light

The Stars: Called: The Host of Heaven

The Stars: Exhibit the Greatness of God's Power

The Stars: False Gods Frequently Worshipped Under the Representation of

The Stars: God: Appointed to Give Light by Night

The Stars: God: Created

The Stars: God: Established, for Ever

The Stars: God: Numbers and Names

The Stars: God: Obscures

The Stars: God: Set, in the Firmament of Heaven

The Stars: Idolaters Worshipped

The Stars: Impure in the Sight of God

The Stars: Infinite in Number

The Stars: Made to Praise God

The Stars: Mazzaroth

The Stars: Morning Star

The Stars: One of Extraordinary Brightness Appeared at Christ's Birth

The Stars: Orion

The Stars: Pleiades

The Stars: Punishment for Worshipping

The Stars: Revolve in Fixed Orbits

The Stars: Shine in the Firmament of Heaven

The Stars: The Israelites Forbidden to Worship

The Stars: Use of, in Navigation, Alluded To

The Stars: when Grouped Together Called Constellations

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