10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «UNBLAMABLY»
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those who ministered unblamably to Christ's flock with humility, gently, and in no
spirit of sordid gain, (dfiavavcrms,) and whose worth has many times been
attested by the whole Church, — these we think are not justly expelled from their
Ye are witnesses, and God also how holily and justly and unblamably we
behaved ourselves among you that believed...” (1 Thess. 2:7-12). It was really a
record of exemplary living before the converts. How holily and justly and
unblamably we ...
The Homilies On Various Epistles (Extended Annotated Edition)
Ye are witnesses, and God also, how holily and righteously and unblamably we
behaved ourselves toward you that believe: as ye know how we dealt with each
one ofyou, as a father with his own children, exhorting you, and encouraging you,
Explanatory Notes Upon the New Testament
Ye are witnesses, and God, how holily, and justly, and 11 unblamably we
behaved among you that believe; As ye know how we exhorted and comforted
every one of you, as a father his 12 own children, And charged you to walk
worthy of God, ...
The Complete Works of Menno Simons
... and provided in his grace, that some of those who now unwittingly err, may yet
acknowledge and confess the right way, doctrine, truth and life, and walk
unblamably in Christ, before God and before all the world all the days of their
The National Preacher and Village Pulpit: Original Monthly. ...
Nor from men sou ht we glory, Ileilhe neither from others. . . . e are witnesses, and
God also' how holily and justly and unblamably we behaved ourselves am011%'
you that believed ; and how we exhorted and charged every one of you, as a ...
The Works: Now First Collected : with Some Account of His ...
Those, therefore, which were constituted by them, or of other renowned men (
after them), with the consent and good liking of the whole Church, and have
accordingly served unblamably, in the sheep- fold of Christ, with all meekness,
Joseph Hall, Josiah Pratt, 1808
The Works of Joseph Hall: Polemical works
For, we see that some ye have removed and displaced from their unblamably-
managed office. Ye are contentious, my Brethren; and are quarrelsome about
those things, which do not concern salvation. Search diligently the Scriptures &c.
The new encyclopædia; or, Universal dictionary ofarts and ...
Unbridled ; unrestrained. — Our unbittcd\oft*. *>bak. * UNBLAMABLE, adj. Not
culpable j not to be charged with a fault. — Thii unblamable inequality of fines
and rates. Bacon. — That thus unblamable to ail beside. Dryd. * UNBLAMABLY.
Encyclopaedia Perthensis, 1807
How important an auxiliary it was to the ministry of the apostles. They could
appeal to their own lives, and say to the people, " Ye are witnesses how holily
and unblamably we had our conversation among you." They could point to many