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" Yet they were disciples, believers in Jesus ; but when questioned whether they had received the Holy Ghost since they believed, they declared that they had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost. "
Reasons Offered by Samuel Eddy, Esquire, for His Opinions: To the First ... - Página 17
por Samuel Eddy - 1826 - 24 páginas
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Family Prayer Book: Or, The Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of the ...

Episcopal Church - 1846 - 818 páginas
...and who told him, upon his asking them whether they had received the Holy Ghost since they believed, n the power of the divine Majesty to worship the Unity ; (43.) we be The great Apostle preached unto them Jesus, in whose name they were presently baptized. " And when...
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The Churchman's Monthly Review and Chronicle

1846 - 1028 páginas
...of whom he inquired, Whether they had received the Holy Ghost since they believ«d? They answered, that they had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost. St. Paul finding on further inquiry, that they had been baptized unto John's baptism, baptized them...
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The supremacy of holy Scripture, 4 lects. composed for delivery at the lect ...

Walter Augustus Shirley (bp. of Sodor and Man.) - 1847 - 216 páginas
...at Ephesus, whatever may have been the degree of their knowledge and attainments in other respects, "had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost :"b and whatever interpretation we may put upon that expression, it clearly implies that there was...
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The family Prayer book, or The Book of common prayer, according to the use ...

Prayer (Book of common) (U.S. protest. episc. ch.) - 1850 - 826 páginas
...and who told him, upon his asking them whether they had received the Holy Ghost since they believed, The great Apostle preached unto them Jesus, in whose name they were presently baptized. "And when Paul...
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Thorpe, a Quiet English Town: And Human Life Therein

William Mountford - 1852 - 400 páginas
...while ago I was almost in the same case with certain disciples whom Paul found at Ephesus, and who said that they had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Spirit." " And," continued the minister, " I am surrounded with things pleasant and vexatious, —...
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The Prose of Works John Milton, Volumen4

John Milton - 1853 - 546 páginas
...much later period, Acts i. 5. and the Ephesians, who had been baptized with the baptism of John, " had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost," xix. 1, 2. whereas the baptism of Christ, which was with water and the Spirit, conferred the gifts...
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Trinitarian Faith Examined: A Collection of Fifteen Essays ...

1855 - 540 páginas
...trinity, is the only true God ? That neither Christ nor his forerunner taught this doctrine, is inferable from other considerations. The case of the twelve...person in the Godhead called the Holy Ghost, equal with the Father, and equally with him an object of worship, of praise and thanksgiving? John told his...
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The Family Prayer Book: Or, the Book of Common Prayer and Administration of ...

Episcopal Church, Thomas Church Brownell - 1855 - 812 páginas
...and who told him, upon his asking them whether they had received the Holy Ghost since they believed, that they had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost. The great Apostle preached unto them Jesus, in whose name they were presently baptized. "And when Paul...
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The seasons of the Church, what they teach, sermons, ed. by H. Newland

Seasons - 1855 - 1830 páginas
...the lessons of the day. It relates how certain disciples, who had been baptised by John's baptism, had not so much as heard whether there was any Holy Ghost• X fohn had baptised for half-a-year before he ;new even the person of the Messiah. u I knew lira not,"...
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The tongue of fire; or, The true power of Christianity

William Arthur - 1856 - 380 páginas
...case is that wherein the disciples at Ephcsus, who had been instructed in the baptism of John, but had not so much as " heard whether there was any Holy Ghost," received the word at the hands of Paul, and began to speak with other tongues. These two cases excepted,...
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