Messiah Despised, and Rejected of Men
... of their most admired characters, and compared the men ... But the Scribes and Pharisees
were the public, authorized ... The Gospel of Christ has often been, and is to ...
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Entire Sanctification as Taught by Paul.
... And as the Gospel of Christ is intended for the ... His scathing denunciation of the
Scribes and Pharisees, compared them to whited sepulchres, looking well ...
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The Third Day in Passion-Week - the Last Controversies and ...
... Compared with this, the other question as to the ... is not easy to understand the precise
allusion of Christ. ... one of the characteristics of the Pharisees; but we ...
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The Land and the People.
... Spiess, Ramage; but what are they all compared with the ... 137), "not a few sayings
of Christ, circulated by ... the greatest and best of all Pharisees" (Ewald), but ...
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A Description of Heart-Purity
... befilthying a thing it is, it is compared to a ... ours is but a Pharisaic purity; and
Christ says, Except ... the righteousness of the scribes and Pharisees, ye shall ...
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The Morality of the Gospel.
... "Wo unto you, Scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! ... that it was suitable to the character
which Christ assumed, and ... either of one year or three, compared with his ...
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Thoughts Upon Our Call and Election.
... and yet notwithstanding; if they be compared with .the many ... ver.5. Thus we read of
the Pharisees, that they ... when they heard the Words of Christ, they derided ...
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... not from iniquity, to whom may he be compared? The Pharisees, for that they professed
religion but ... not answerably thereto, unto what doth Christ compare them ...
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Tit. 2:06 Thoughts for Young Men
... Alas, what a wreck is man, compared to what he might ... be ashamed of owning at the
coming of Christ, and the ... no wish to see you grow up formalists and Pharisees. ...
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A Holy Life the Beauty of Christianity: Or, an Exhortation to ...
... 2. There is a reproachful and scandalous naming of the name of Christ, such as the
Jews and Pharisees did accustom themselves unto, as to call him Jesus, the ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookMatthew 23:27
Woe to you, scribes and Pharisees, hypocrites! for you are like to white washed sepulchers, which indeed appear beautiful outward, but are within full of dead men's bones, and of all uncleanness.Torrey's Topical Textbook
Irony: The Pharisees and the Herodians to Jesus
Pharisees: A Sect of the Jews
Pharisees: Association With Publicans and Sinners
Pharisees: Become Disciples of Jesus
Pharisees: Come to Jesus With Questions
Pharisees: Concerning the Resurrection
Pharisees: Doctrines of
Pharisees: Hypocrisy of, Reproved by Jesus
Pharisees: Hypocrisy of, Reproved by John
Pharisees: Paul, a Pharisee
Pharisees: Reject: Christ
Pharisees: Reject: John
Pharisees: They Minister to Jesus
Pharisees: Traditions of, in Regard to Fasting
Pharisees: Traditions of, in Regard to The Duties of Children to Parents
Pharisees: Traditions of, in Regard to The Sabbath
Pharisees: Traditions of, in Regard to The Washing of Hands
The Pharisees by Descent, Especially Esteemed
The Pharisees: A Sect of the Jews
The Pharisees: As a Body, Rejected John's Baptism
The Pharisees: Believed in the Resurrection
The Pharisees: Character of Active in Proselytising
The Pharisees: Character of Ambitious of Precedence
The Pharisees: Character of Avaricious
The Pharisees: Character of Cruel in Persecuting
The Pharisees: Character of Fond of Distinguished Titles
The Pharisees: Character of Fond of Public Salutations
The Pharisees: Character of Oppressive
The Pharisees: Character of Outwardly Moral
The Pharisees: Character of Particular in Paying all Dues
The Pharisees: Character of Rigid in Fasting
The Pharisees: Character of Self-Righteous
The Pharisees: Character of Zealous of the Law
The Pharisees: Character of Zealous of Tradition
The Pharisees: Christ: Asked for Signs By
The Pharisees: Christ: Called Fools and Blind Guides
The Pharisees: Christ: Called, and Evil and Adulterous Generation
The Pharisees: Christ: Called, Serpents and Generation of Vipers
The Pharisees: Christ: Compared, to Graves That Appear Not
The Pharisees: Christ: Compared, to Whited Sepulchres
The Pharisees: Christ: Condemned By, for Associating With Sinners
The Pharisees: Christ: Declared the Doctrines of, to be Hypocrisy
The Pharisees: Christ: Declared the Imaginary Righteousness of, to be Insufficient
The Pharisees: Christ: Denounced Woes Against
The Pharisees: Christ: Left Judea for a Time on Account of
The Pharisees: Christ: Offended, by his Doctrine
The Pharisees: Christ: Often Invited By
The Pharisees: Christ: Tempted By, With Questions About the Law
The Pharisees: Christ: Watched By, for Evil
The Pharisees: had Disciples
The Pharisees: Imputed Christ's Miracles to Satan's Power
The Pharisees: Made Broad Their Phylacteries
The Pharisees: Many Priest and Levites Were of
The Pharisees: Many Rulers, Lawyers, and Scribes Were of
The Pharisees: Often Sought to Destroy Christ
The Pharisees: Sent officers to Apprehend Christ
The Pharisees: some Came to John for Baptism
The Pharisees: The Strictest Observers of the Mosaic Ritual
The Pharisees: Their Opinions, a Standard for Others
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