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1 pref, 0| from man, attained a full knowledge of the art of reading simply 2 1, arg | things, that is, where the knowledge of these things is to be 3 1, 6 | in itself conveys no true knowledge of His nature; but yet all 4 1, 37 | three things to which all knowledge and all prophecy are subservient: 5 1, 39 | cease; whether there be knowledge, it shall vanish away." 6 2, arg | figurative expressions, knowledge of things is as necessary 7 2, arg | things is as necessary as knowledge of words; and the various 8 2, 1 | signs, do yet lead to the knowledge of something else, as, for 9 2, 6 | remain the same and the knowledge the same, is another question, 10 2, 6 | pleasanter in some cases to have knowledge communicated through figures 11 2, 7 | fear; second, piety; third, knowledge; fourth, resolution; fifth, 12 2, 7 | fear of God to seek the knowledge of His will, what He commands 13 2, 7 | come to the third step, knowledge, of which I have now undertaken 14 2, 7 | bewail his condition. For the knowledge of a good hope makes a man 15 2, 8 | and retained them in his knowledge, if not yet with full understanding, 16 2, 8 | understanding, still with such knowledge as reading gives, those 17 2, 11 | chap. 11. Knowledge of languages especially 18 2, 11 | ignorance of proper signs is knowledge of languages. And men who 19 2, 11 | other languages for the knowledge of Scripture, Hebrew and 20 2, 11 | of a joyful man. But the knowledge of these languages is necessary, 21 2, 11 | and who thought he had any knowledge, were it ever so little, 22 2, 12 | yet to those who read with knowledge, a great truth is to be 23 2, 13 | either endeavour to get a knowledge of those languages from 24 2, 13 | seem learned, not in the knowledge of things which tend to 25 2, 13 | puffed up, seeing that the knowledge of things even would often 26 2, 16 | chap. 16. The knowledge both of language and things 27 2, 16 | be traced partly by the knowledge of languages, partly by 28 2, 16 | languages, partly by the knowledge of things. The pool of Siloam, 29 2, 16 | strait gate!" As, then, knowledge of the nature of the serpent 30 2, 16 | to minerals and plants: knowledge of the carbuncle, for instance, 31 2, 16 | often shuts the doors of knowledge. And the only reason why 32 2, 16 | forty days. And except by knowledge of and reflection upon the 33 2, 16 | four times, indicating the knowledge of all things, and that 34 2, 16 | of all things, and that knowledge interwoven with time. For 35 2, 16 | number ten signifies the knowledge of the Creator and the creature, 36 2, 19 | 19. Two kinds of heathen knowledge~ 37 2, 19 | there are two kinds of knowledge which are in vogue among 38 2, 19 | the heathen. One is the knowledge of things instituted by 39 2, 23 | to all these branches of knowledge, we must fear and shun the 40 2, 27 | 27. Some departments of knowledge, not of mere human invention, 41 2, 29 | shown that this kind of knowledge is serviceable in solving 42 2, 29 | superstition; for that kind of knowledge I have already set aside 43 2, 29 | The knowledge of the stars, again, is 44 2, 29 | known to very few. And this knowledge, although in itself it involves 45 2, 29 | views are about all this knowledge, so far as regards its utility. ~ 46 2, 30 | superficial and cursory knowledge is to be acquired, not with 47 2, 31 | remain those branches of knowledge which pertain not to the 48 2, 36 | are effective in producing knowledge or belief, or in moving 49 2, 39 | Scripture that require a knowledge of history for their solution; 50 2, 39 | the sake of a few items of knowledge, the same, I think, might 51 2, 40 | ever furnished branches of knowledge it held useful, if it had 52 2, 41 | saying of the apostle's, "Knowledge puffeth up, but charity 53 2, 41 | and lowly in heart, whom knowledge does not puff up, but charity 54 2, 41 | of Christ which passeth knowledge," who is equal to the Father, 55 2, 41 | not be swollen with that knowledge which puffeth up, nor boast 56 2, 42 | so poor is all the useful knowledge which is gathered from the 57 2, 42 | heathen when compared with the knowledge of Holy Scripture. For whatever 58 2, 42 | built up in faith, so that knowledge cannot puff him up, let 59 3, 1 | in Holy Scripture for a knowledge of His will. And when he 60 3, 1 | when furnished also with a knowledge of languages, so as not 61 3, 1 | of speech, and with the knowledge of certain necessary objects, 62 3, 10 | soundness of doctrine to the knowledge of God and one's neighbour. 63 3, 10 | attained to the love and knowledge of God and his neighbour. 64 3, 29 | chap. 29. The knowledge of tropes is necessary~ 65 3, 29 | very much assisted by their knowledge of them in understanding 66 3, 29 | treated of the necessary knowledge of languages. For the written 67 3, 29 | figures of speech? And yet the knowledge of these is necessary for 68 3, 36 | garden, and the tree of knowledge of good and evil." Next 69 3, 37 | out of His mouth comets knowledge and understanding;" and 70 3, 37 | received their very desire for knowledge, if it is wedded to piety. 71 4, 5 | or less progress in the knowledge of Scripture; I do not mean 72 4, 7 | rude in speech, yet not in knowledge," he seems to speak as if 73 4, 7 | rude in speech, but not in knowledge," we could not in any way 74 4, 7 | hesitate plainly to assert his knowledge, because without it he could 75 4, 8 | piety or shut out from a knowledge of the mysteries, from one 76 4, 12 | moved. And perhaps the mere knowledge of their duty will have 77 4, 20 | fastings; by pureness, by knowledge, by longsuffering, by kindness, 78 4, 21 | Scriptures, have attained to the knowledge of divine and saving truth,


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