Salutations were Given by Brethren to Each Other
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Introductory Letter.
... hearts were warmed, and our thoughts were absorbed by ... with my prayers and my most
affectionate salutations. ... greatest possible efficiency with a given amount of ...
// on missions/introductory letter.htm

Letter cciii. To the Bishops of the Sea Coast.
... hitherto, very honourable brethren, you have not given me my ... Rather, by letters of
peace and by salutations of love ... Soothe its anguish, as it were, by a tender ...
/.../basil/basil letters and select works/letter cciii to the bishops.htm

Quartus a Brother
... strikingly with the others who send salutations to Rome. ... reason for our Christian
unity is given in that ... When they said they were brethren, they implied, 'We ...
/.../maclaren/romans corinthians to ii corinthians chap v/quartus a brother.htm

2 Cor. xiii. 10
... For therefore is the kiss given, that it may be fuel ... comes to the priest's mouth
as it were an oracle ... having united them to one other by the salutations and the ...
/.../homilies on the epistles of paul to the corinthians/homily xxx 2 cor xiii.htm

... The exercises of the commemoration were concluded with a large ... It would have given
us unfeigned pleasure, as the ... when we might add to the salutations of the ...
/.../various/the sermons and addresses at the seabury centenary/appendix.htm

The First General Epistle of John
... no formal conclusion, no greetings and salutations at the ... title thou parthenou, which
was commonly given to John ... heresies referred to and combated were rife in ...
/.../drummond/introduction to the new testament/the first general epistle of 2.htm

The Organization of the Apostolic Church.
... he appeared there, he would have given offence had ... 5] he sends his correspondents
the salutations of "the ... unity was not perfect; for there were false brethren ...
/.../killen/the ancient church/chapter iii the organization of.htm

Concerning Salutations and Recreations, &C.
... and cringings of the body, and such other salutations of that ... testimony of truth,
which God hath given us to ... I answer; Though all this were granted, it would ...
/.../proposition xv concerning salutations and.htm

The General Conference of 1836
... Bishops Roberts, Soule, Hedding, and Andrew were present, and ... Lord, your kind and
fraternal salutations, as expressed ... Having thus given a brief outline of our ...
/.../chapter 13 the general conference.htm

Of the Primacy of the Romish See.
... honour of Peter, the first place is given to the ... may be supposed he includes all
who were known to ... He even sends salutations from certain individuals, but does ...
/.../calvin/the institutes of the christian religion/chapter 6 of the primacy.htm

Torrey's Topical Textbook
1 Samuel 17:22
And David left his carriage in the hand of the keeper of the carriage, and ran into the army, and came and saluted his brothers.
Torrey's Topical Textbook



Salutations by Bowing

Salutations by Kissing

Salutations by Letter

Salutations were Given by all Passers-By

Salutations were Given by Brethren to Each Other

Salutations were Given by Inferiors to Their Superiors

Salutations were Given by Superiors to Inferiors

Salutations were Given: On Entering a House

Salutations: "All Hail"

Salutations: "Are You Well, My Brother?"

Salutations: "Hail, Master!"

Salutations: "May God be Gracious to You"

Salutations: "My Lords"

Salutations: "Peace (Hebrew: Shalom) to This House"

Salutations: "Peace to You" (Hebrew: Shalomleka)

Salutations: "Peace" (Hebrew: Shalom)

Salutations: Antiquity of

Salutations: Denied to Persons of Bad Character

Salutations: Expressions Used as all Hail

Salutations: Expressions Used as Art Thou in Health?

Salutations: Expressions Used as Blessed be Thou of the Lord

Salutations: Expressions Used as God be Gracious to Thee

Salutations: Expressions Used as Hail

Salutations: Expressions Used as Peace be to This House

Salutations: Expressions Used as Peace be With Thee

Salutations: Expressions Used as Peace to Thee, and Peace to Thine House, and Peace to All

Salutations: Expressions Used as The Blessing of the Lord be Upon You, we Bless You in The

Salutations: Expressions Used as The Lord be With You

Salutations: Expressions Used as The Lord Bless Thee

Salutations: from a Master to his Servants, "May the Lord be With You"

Salutations: Given to Christ in Derision

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Bowing Frequently to the Ground

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Embracing and Kissing the Feet

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Falling on the Neck and Kissing

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Falling Prostrate on the Ground

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Kissing the Dust

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Laying Hold of the Bear With the Right Hand

Salutations: Often Accompanied by Touching the Hem of the Garment

Salutations: Often Perfidious

Salutations: Often Sent by Letter

Salutations: Often Sent Through Messengers

Salutations: Persons in Haste Excused from Giving or Receiving

Salutations: Servants to Their Masters, "May the Lord Bless You"

Salutations: The Jews Condemned for Giving, Only to Their Countrymen

Salutations: The Pharisees Condemned for Seeking, in Public

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