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" And Moses said unto him, Enviest thou for my sake? Would God that all the LORD's people were prophets, and that the LORD would put his spirit upon them! "
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by Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Publication - 1841
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A Sermon Preach'd at Chester: Against Marriages in Different Communions. By ...

Charles Leslie, Henry Dodwell - Bible - 1702 - 317 pages
...wifhes to his own Peculium , plainly feems to fuppofe that they had it not. Would to God, fays he, that all the Lord's People were Prophets, and that the Lord would put bis Spirit upon them, Numb. xi. 29. Exactly as they were not all taught of God , becaufe they had not...
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Several sermons and discourses: of William Dell, Minister of the Gospel ...

William Dell - 1709 - 648 pages
...meek fervant of the Lord replied, Envieft than for my fake? would God (Taith he) that all the Lords people were Prophets, and that the Lord would put his Spirit upon them All, Numb. ii. 29. And fo the Godly mind of any faithful Teacher, defireth to be helped in the work...
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Sermond preach'd on several occasions [ed. by J. Williams and D. Cotes

John Conant - 1703
...and fervent Zeal for their Welfare, Num. ii. rebukes him, faying, Euvieft than for a?. my pike .<? Would God that all the Lord's People were Prophets, and that the Lord would put hi? Spirit upon them. 5. Love is fo far from rejoycing at any Evil that hath befallen others, that...
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A collection of discourses, dissertations, and sermons. In two volumes. By ...

John Johnson - 1728
...Reverend JOHN JOHNSON, AM Vicar of Cranbrook in Kent. NUMB. xi. 29. — Would God that all the Lord•s People were Prophets, and that the Lord would put his Spirit upon them. L 0 ND 0 Nt Printed in the Year M.DCC. XXVII. PREFACE. T the Requeft of the Gentlemen aflembled at...
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The Sacred and Prophane History of the World Connected,: From the Creation ...

Samuel Shuckford - Bible - 1740 - 4 pages
...Privilege: But MoJ'es having no Aim to his own Glory, remonftrated, that he wifhed all the Lord'?, People 'were Prophets, and that the Lord would put his Spirit upon them (I): This would have truly eafed his Burthen j for if God would have thus immediately revealed his...
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Sermons...

Samuel Clarke, Benjamin Hoadly - 1744
...of difcouraging others, from feeking after the like Knowledge > on the contrary declared publickly, Numb. xi. 29. Would God that All the Lord's people...and that the Lord would put his Spirit upon them. Laftly, Towards our Inferiors in refpecT: of Religious Improvements, true Humility confifls, in being...
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The Life of the Late Reverend John Johnson, Vicar of Cranbrook, in ..., Part 4

Thomas Brett, John Johnson - 1748 - 406 pages
...written by God himfelf on two Tables of Stone. .The Sermon which follows this Preface has for its Text Numb. XI. 29. Would God that all the Lord's People were Prophets. Here he (hews the Meaning of this Wifli of Mofes, which depends on the Signification of the Word Prophets....
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A collection of the works of that antient, faithful servant of Jesus Christ ...

Thomas Chalkley - 1751
...Simplicity of the Gofpel of Chrift, being of the Mind ot Mofes, when he faid, in Anfwer to Jojbua, Would God that all the Lord's People were Prophets, and that the Lord would put of bis Spirit upon them, Numb. xi. 29. After this Meeting I went, to Springfield, and the next Day...
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A collection of the works of ... Thomas Chalkley. [2 pt. Wanting the general ...

Thomas Chalkley - 1751
...Simplicity of the Gofpel of Chrift, being of the Mind of Mofts, when he faid, in Anfwer to Jojhua, Would God that all the Lord's People were Prophets, and that the Lord would put of his Spirit upon them, Numb. xi. 21). After this Meeting I went to Springfield, and the next Day...
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A Journal: Or Historical Account, of the Life, Travels, and Christian ...

Thomas Chalkley - Society of Friends - 1751 - 326 pages
...the Gofpel of Chrift, being of the Mind of Mofes, when he faid, in Anfwer to Jojbua, Would God thai, all the Lord's People -were Prophets, and that the Lord -would put of his Spirit upon them^ Numb. xi. 29. After this Meeting I went to Springfield, and the next Day returned...
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