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From the Death of Bishop Asbury to the Close of the General ...
... the duty of the presiding elders and preachers to use their influence to carry the
rule of Discipline relating to building and renting houses for accommodation ...
/.../chapter 3 from the death.htm

The New Crusade --Serampore and the Brotherhood
... "The renting of a house, or houses, would ruin us. We hoped therefore to
have been able to purchase land, and build mat houses upon ...
/.../smith/the life of william carey/chapter v the new crusadeserampore.htm

The General Conference of 1820
... is found in the trusteeship to have it filled, as directed in the Discipline.4.
That the practice of building houses with pews, and the renting and selling ...
/.../chapter 5 the general conference.htm

The Life of Mr. John Dickson.
... other ministers, wherein they were charged with holding conventicles in houses and
in ... "(4.) These covenants were to our forefathers, like the renting of their ...
/.../howie/biographia scoticana scots worthies/the life of mr john 13.htm

Jacob Jones; Or, the Man who Couldn't Get Along in the World.
... friend Jacob, went into business, either as partners in some old houses or under ...
Instead of taking cheap boarding, or renting a couple of rooms, and commencing ...
// for the wise/jacob jones or the man.htm

From the Introduction of Methodism into the City of New York, in ...
... how to remedy this inconvenience, and Mr. Embury proposed renting a small ... man, he
commenced preaching in his own house, and other private houses, the doctrines ...
/.../chapter 2 from the introduction.htm

1872-1874. Letter from Rev. AMW Christopher --Letter from Gulf of ...
... 3000 dollars (600 pounds) were soon sent in, and instead of renting a house ... It consists
of two large old-fashioned houses thrown into one, and the situation is ...
// answers/chapter v 1872-1874 letter from.htm

From the Close of the General Conference of 1832 to the Beginning ...
... he therefore entered upon his work with a fair prospect of success, and laid his
plans for establishing schools by erecting houses, and employing teachers, as ...
/.../chapter 12 from the close.htm

From the Close of the General Conference of 1824 to the ...
... compelled, as they thought, to depart from our general usage, by selling or renting
the slips, as they could not otherwise either build the houses, or induce ...
/.../chapter 8 from the close.htm

Index i. Of Subjects
... the dialect, 130; houses, letters, and newspapers in, 131; ... the renting of the Veil:
Jewish legends of such a portent, 610-612. Temptation of Christ, i.291-307. ...
/.../edersheim/the life and times of jesus the messiah/index i of subjects.htm

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Acts 28:30
And Paul dwelled two whole years in his own hired house, and received all that came in to him,
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Houses for Summer Residence

Houses in Cities, Built in Streets

Houses of Brick or Clay: Easily Broken Through

Houses of Brick or Clay: Often Swept Away by Torrents

Houses of Brick or Clay: Plastered

Houses of Criminals, Desolated

Houses of Saints' Inheritance

Houses of the Body

Houses of the Church

Houses of the Grave

Houses of the Rich: Goodly

Houses of the Rich: Great

Houses of the Rich: Pleasant

Houses were Hired

Houses were Mortgaged

Houses were Sold

Houses: (Building of) of Great Prosperity

Houses: (Built and not Inhabited) of Calamity

Houses: (Insecurity of) of Earthly Trust

Houses: (On a Rock) the Hope of Saints

Houses: (On Sand) the Delusive Hope of Hypocrites

Houses: (To Inhabit Those, Built by Others) Abundant Feelings

Houses: Accessible from the Outside

Houses: Admission To, Gained by Knocking at the Door

Houses: Antiquity of

Houses: Apartments of, Were often: Ceiled and Painted

Houses: Apartments of, Were often: Hung With Rich Tapestries

Houses: Apartments of, Were often: Inlaid With Ivory

Houses: Apartments of, Were often: Large and Airy

Houses: Apartments of, Were often: Warmed With Fires

Houses: Built of Bricks

Houses: Built of Clay

Houses: Built of Hewn or Cut Stone

Houses: Built of Stone and Wood

Houses: Custom of Fastening Nails, in Walls of, Alluded To

Houses: Deep and Solid Foundations Required For

Houses: Desolation of, Threatened As a Punishment

Houses: Divided Into Apartments

Houses: Doors of, How Fastened

Houses: Doors of, Low and Small for Safety

Houses: Entered by a Gate or Door

Houses: had often Detached Apartments for Secrecy and for Strangers

Houses: had often Several Stories

Houses: Law Respecting the Sale of

Houses: Liable to Leprosy

Houses: Lighted by Windows

Houses: Not to be Coveted

Houses: Often Broken Down to Repair City Walls Before Sieges

Houses: Often Built on City Walls

Houses: Serpents often Lodged in Walls of

Houses: Sometimes Built Without Foundation

Houses: Street Windows of, High and Dangerous

Houses: The Courts of, Large and Used As Apartments

Houses: The Flat Roofs of had often Booths on Them

Houses: The Flat Roofs of had often Idolatrous Altars on Them

Houses: The Flat Roofs of Often Covered With Week Grass

Houses: The Flat Roofs of Resorted to in Grief

Houses: The Flat Roofs of Surrounded With Battlements

Houses: The Flat Roofs of Used for Devotion

Houses: The Flat Roofs of Used for Drying Flax

Houses: The Flat Roofs of Used for Exercise

Houses: The Flat Roofs of Used for Making Proclamations

Houses: The Flat Roofs of Used for Secret Conference

Houses: Upper Apartments of, the Best, and Used for Entertainments

Houses: Walls of, Plastered

Houses: when Finished Were Usually Dedicated

Renting: Houses

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