... from the beginning,"bishops, presbyters (or priests), and deacons ... the title of
"metropolitans", because each was bishop ... And, of course, when any messages or ...
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The Organization of the Apostolic Church.
... of the people, [252:2] The chief priests were probably twenty-four in number"each
of the ... celebrate the sacred feasts, of course discontinued their ...
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The Theory of the Church, and the History of Its Perversion.
... Do you suppose that the priests of God are without His ... the Rock of Ages; but, as
their course was through the ... Cyprian, "it is a whole in which each enjoys full ...
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Traditionalism, Its Origin, Character, and Literature - the ...
... men in Church and State, the chief priests, elders, and ... the Mishnah comprises six
Orders' (Sedarim), each devoted to ... firm assurance that, in the course of its ...
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Thursday Night - Before Annas and Caiaphas - Peter and Jesus.
... They were the leading Priests, Elders, and Sanhedrists,  who had ... 5921] This,
of course, on the ... Again, each of these Colleges of Presbyters' had its Chief ...
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His Missionary Travels
... of dwelling only on what was new in each journey, the ... fame of its theater and
race-course being world ... was enormously rich and harbored great numbers of priests. ...
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The Puritan Beginnings of the Church in virginia ---Its Decline ...
... Of course this is a brief triumph ... held the right of presentation, the vestry of each
parish asserted ... infested with a rabble of worthless and scandalous priests. ...
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... More important than the priests of various orders and divers ... and how widely it has
affected the course of religious ... Each of them, at the present day, holds the ...
/.../bacon/a history of american christianity/chapter xiii reconstruction.htm
One Argument which Has Been Much Relied Upon but not More than Its ...
... of the temple, there were stairs reaching to each portico, by ... and at the ninth hour,
the priests perform their ... the publican, not knowing well what course to take ...
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The Personal History of Herod - the Two Worlds in Jerusalem.
... itself was entrusted to the workmanship of priests only ... Of course, it is difficult
accurately to determine which ... City of the Prophets, also, since each of them ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook1 Chronicles 24:6,31
And Shemaiah the son of Nethaneel the scribe, one of the Levites, wrote them before the king, and the princes, and Zadok the priest, and Ahimelech the son of Abiathar, and before the chief of the fathers of the priests and Levites: one principal household being taken for Eleazar, and one taken for Ithamar.Torrey's Topical Textbook
2 Chronicles 36:14
Moreover all the chief of the priests, and the people, transgressed very much after all the abominations of the heathen; and polluted the house of the LORD which he had hallowed in Jerusalem.
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Priests and Levites
Priests were Sometimes: Corrupters of the Law
Priests were Sometimes: Drunken
Priests were Sometimes: Greedy
Priests were Sometimes: Profane and Wicked
Priests were Sometimes: Slow to Sanctify, Themselves for God's Services
Priests were Sometimes: Unjust
Priests were to Live by the Altar As They had No Inheritance
Priests: After the Exodus Young Men (First-Born) Deputed to Act As
Priests: All Except Seed of Aaron Excluded from Being
Priests: Ceremonies at Consecration of Anointing With Oil
Priests: Ceremonies at Consecration of Clothing With the Holy Garments
Priests: Ceremonies at Consecration of Lasted Seven Days
Priests: Ceremonies at Consecration of Offering Sacrifices
Priests: Ceremonies at Consecration of Partaking of the Sacrifices of Consecration
Priests: Ceremonies at Consecration of Placing in Their Hands the Wave-Offering
Priests: Ceremonies at Consecration of Purification by Blood of the Consecration Ram
Priests: Ceremonies at Consecration of Washing in Water
Priests: Divided by David Into Twenty-Four Courses
Priests: During Patriarchal Age Heads of Families Acted As
Priests: Each Course of, had Its President or Chief
Priests: First Notice of Persons Acting As
Priests: Garments of Laid up in Holy Chambers
Priests: Garments of Often Provided by the People
Priests: Garments of Purified by Sprinkling of Blood
Priests: Garments of The Bonnet
Priests: Garments of The Coat or Tunic
Priests: Garments of The Girdle
Priests: Garments of The Linen Breeches
Priests: Garments of Worn Always While Engaged in the Service of the Tabernacle
Priests: Garments of Worn at Consecration
Priests: Garments of Worn by the High Priest on the Day of Atonement
Priests: Generally Participated in Punishment of the People
Priests: Made of the Lowest of the People by Jeroboam and Others
Priests: Might Purchase and Hold Other Lands in Possession
Priests: No Blemished or Defective Persons Could be Consecrated
Priests: On Special Occasions Persons not of Aaron's Family Acted As
Priests: Publicly Consecrated
Priests: Punishment for Invading the office of
Priests: Required to Prove Their Genealogy Before They Exercised The
Priests: Required to Remain in the Tabernacle Seven Days After
Priests: Required to Wash in the Brazen Laver Before They Performed
Priests: Revenues of a Fixed Portion of the Spoil Taken in War
Priests: Revenues of all Devoted Things
Priests: Revenues of all Restitutions when the Owner Could not be Found
Priests: Revenues of First of the Wool of Sheep
Priests: Revenues of First-Born of Animals or Their Substitutes
Priests: Revenues of First-Fruits
Priests: Revenues of Part of all Sacrifices
Priests: Revenues of Redemption-Money of the First-Born
Priests: Revenues of Show-Bread After Its Removal
Priests: Revenues of Tenth of the Tithes Paid to the Levites
Priests: Sanctified by God for the office
Priests: Services of Blessing the People
Priests: Services of Blowing the Trumpets on Various Occasions
Priests: Services of Burning Incense
Priests: Services of Carrying the Ark
Priests: Services of Covering the Sacred Things of the Sanctuary Before Removal
Priests: Services of Deciding in Cases of Jealousy
Priests: Services of Deciding in Cases of Leprosy
Priests: Services of Encouraging the People when They Went to War
Priests: Services of Judging in Cases of Controversy
Priests: Services of Keeping the Charge of the Tabernacle
Priests: Services of Keeping the Sacred Fire Always Burning on the Altar
Priests: Services of Lighting and Trimming the Lamps of the Sanctuary
Priests: Services of Offering First Fruits
Priests: Services of Offering Sacrifices
Priests: Services of Placing and Removing Show-Bread
Priests: Services of Purifying the Unclean
Priests: Services of Teaching the Law
Priests: Services of Valuing Things Devoted
Priests: Services of, Divided by Lot
Priests: Services of, Ineffectual for Removing Sin
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: All Bought and Home-Born Servants to Eat of Their Portion
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: Children of, Married to Strangers, not to Eat of Their
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: No Sojourner or Hired Servant to Eat of Their Portion
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: Not to Defile Themselves by Eating What Died or Was Torn
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: Not to Defile Themselves for the Dead Except the Nearest of
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: Not to Drink Wine While Attending in the Tabernacle
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: Not to Marry Divorced or Improper Persons
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: Restitution to be Made To, by Persons Ignorantly Eating of
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: While Unclean Could not Eat of the Holy Things
Priests: Special Laws Respecting: While Unclean Could not Perform Any Service
Priests: The Four Courses Which Returned from Babylon Subdivided Into
Priests: The Sons of Aaron Appointed As, by Perpetual Statute
Priests: Thirteen of the Levitical Cities Given To, for Residence
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