Sacrifices: Divine Institution of
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Whether the Judicial Precepts were those which Directed Man in ...
... also ceremonial precepts, which have no binding force except in virtue of their
Divine institution. Now God is concerned not only with the sacrifices that are ...
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Prayers and Praise from a Pure Mind, Ceaselessly Offered, Far ...
... [3558]. Wherefore we ought to offer to God sacrifices not costly, but such as He
loves. ... He recognises the divine institution of sacrifice, elsewhere.]. ...
/.../clement/the stromata or miscellanies/chapter vi prayers and praise from.htm

Whether Men are Bound to Pay Tithes under a Necessity of Precept?
... from natural law, partly from the institution of the ... but for the purpose of the divine
worship, for instance for the fulfilling of sacrifices, hence he ...
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Whether the Old Law Enjoined Fitting Precepts Concerning Rulers?
... tithes and as to first-fruits, and, again, as to oblations and sacrifices, that
they ... 5: That right was not given to the king by Divine institution: rather was ...
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Of Matrimony.
... so we now have the keys in the place of sacrifices or other ... Matrimony, being a divine
institution, is incomparably above all laws, and therefore it cannot ...
/.../luther/first principles of the reformation/of matrimony.htm

The City of God
... The theatre, like the games of the arena and circus, was a divine institution. ...
obscenities, as if they were hankering for the blood and grease of sacrifices. ...
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Blair -- the Hour and the Event of all Time
... By that one sacrifice which He now offered, He abolished sacrifices forever. ... Such,
in particular, is the scope of that divine institution, the sacrament of our ...
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The Law, and the Prophecy.
... Old Testament economy was the divine institution preparatory to ... and make it a direct
divine introduction to ... constantly kept alive by daily sacrifices, at first ...
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Why the Passover is Said to be that of the "Jews. " Its ...
... to Be that of the "Jews." Its Institution: and the ... the text may be that between the
divine passover and ... And in Numbers, [5026] before the sacrifices which are ...
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Of the Popish Mass. How it not Only Profanes, but Annihilates the ...
... And must not the sacrifices be vain, since they cannot be offered without a ... to a
different purpose than was accordant to the divine institution (the Supper ...
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Genesis 3:21
To Adam also and to his wife did the LORD God make coats of skins, and clothed them.
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Genesis 1:29
And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is on the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat.
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Genesis 9:3
Every moving thing that lives shall be meat for you; even as the green herb have I given you all things.
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Genesis 4:4,5
And Abel, he also brought of the firstborn of his flock and of the fat thereof. And the LORD had respect to Abel and to his offering:
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Hebrews 11:4
By faith Abel offered to God a more excellent sacrifice than Cain, by which he obtained witness that he was righteous, God testifying of his gifts: and by it he being dead yet speaks.
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Sacrifices and Hardship

Sacrifices for Public Use often Provided by the State

Sacrifices of Praise

Sacrifices of Self-Denial

Sacrifices were Accepted when offered in Sincerity and Faith

Sacrifices were Bound to the Horns of the Altar

Sacrifices were offered by the Patriarchs

Sacrifices were offered for Individuals

Sacrifices were offered for the Whole Nation

Sacrifices were offered in Faith of a Coming Saviour

Sacrifices were offered: After the Departure of Israel from Egypt

Sacrifices were offered: At all the Feasts

Sacrifices were offered: Daily

Sacrifices were offered: from the Earliest Age

Sacrifices were offered: Monthly

Sacrifices were offered: Under the Mosaic Age

Sacrifices were offered: Weekly

Sacrifices were offered: Yearly

Sacrifices were Salted With Salt

Sacrifices were Typical of Christ's Sacrifice

Sacrifices without Obedience, Worthless

Sacrifices: "Calves of the Lips" Signifying Praise

Sacrifices: A Broken Spirit

Sacrifices: Always offered Upon Altars

Sacrifices: Benevolence

Sacrifices: Consisted of Clean Animals or Bloody Sacrifices

Sacrifices: Consisted of The Fruits of the Earth or Sacrifices Without Blood

Sacrifices: Could not Take Away Sin

Sacrifices: Devotedness

Sacrifices: Different Kinds of Burnt offering Wholly Consumed by Fire

Sacrifices: Different Kinds of Peace offering

Sacrifices: Different Kinds of Sin offering for Sins of Ignorance

Sacrifices: Different Kinds of Trespass offering for Intentional Sins

Sacrifices: Divine Institution of

Sacrifices: Fat of, not to Remain Until Morning

Sacrifices: Figurative

Sacrifices: Generally the Best of Their Kind

Sacrifices: Imparted a Legal Purification

Sacrifices: Martyrdom

Sacrifices: No Leaven offered With, Except For

Sacrifices: Offered to False Gods, are offered to Devils

Sacrifices: Often Consumed by Fire from Heaven

Sacrifices: On Great Occasions, Very Numerous

Sacrifices: Prayer

Sacrifices: Required to be Perfect and Without Blemish

Sacrifices: Righteousness

Sacrifices: Thanksgiving

Sacrifices: The Covenants of God Confirmed By

Sacrifices: The Jews: Condemned for Bringing Defective and Blemished

Sacrifices: The Jews: Condemned for not offering

Sacrifices: The Jews: Condemned for not Treating With Respect

Sacrifices: The Jews: Condemned for offering, to Idols

Sacrifices: The Jews: Unaccepted In, on Account of Sin

Sacrifices: The offering of, an Acknowledgment of Sin

Sacrifices: The Priests: Appointed to offer

Sacrifices: The Priests: had a Portion of, and Lived By

Sacrifices: To be Brought to the Place Appointed by God

Sacrifices: To be offered to God Alone

Sacrifices: when Bloody, Accompanied With Meat and Drink offering

Sacrifices: when offered to God, an Acknowledgement of his Being The

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