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A commentary: or, sermons vpon the second chapter of the first epistle of Saint Peter

A commentary: or, sermons vpon the second chapter of the first epistle of Saint Peter

vvherein method, sense, doctrine, and vse, is, with great variety of matter, profitably handled; and sundry heads of diuinity largely discussed. By Nicholas Byfield, late preacher of God"s Word at Isle-worth in Middlesex.

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Published by Printed by Humfrey Lownes for George Latham, and are to be sould at his shop in Paul"s Church-yard, at the signe of the brazen Serpent in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bible. -- N.T. -- 2 Peter II -- Commentaries.,
  • Sermons, English -- 17th century.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesCommentary: or, sermons upon the second chapter of the first epistle of Saint Peter, Commentary: or, sermons upon the second chapter of the first epistle of Saint Peter., Sermons upon the second chapter of the first epistle of Saint Peter.
    SeriesEarly English books, 1475-1640 -- 1058:12.
    ContributionsGouge, William, 1578-1653.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination[16], 922, [6] p.
    Number of Pages922
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18472758M

      The role of suffering, the suffering of Jesus and the suffering of his followers pervades the epistle. This text from I Peter is appointed for the Second Sunday after Easter. One sermon possibility for preaching is to take up the theme of Easter hope in a world of decay and death. Vv. are a flourish of praise for baptism; new birth! 1 This second epistle, beloved, I now write unto you; in both which I stir up your pure minds by way of remembrance. 2 That ye may be mindful of the words which were spoken before by the holy prophets, and of the commandment of us the apostles of the Lord and Saviour. 3 Knowing this first, that there shall come in the last days scoffers, walking after their own lusts.

    The fifth chapter of 1 Peter can be divided into two major segments, each with an opening-middle-closing texture The first segment (1 Peter 5: ) begins with Peter addressing the elders of the church. In the second segment (1 Peter 5: ) he addresses the followers within the early church, closing with a message to all believers. Byfield's Commentary upon Peter. •Byfield, Nicholas. A commentary vpon the three first chapters of the first Epistle generali of S*. Peter. London, Dr Allestrys Sermons. Allestree, Richard. Eighteen sermons. London, Richardsons State of Europe. •Richardson, Gabriel. Of the state of Evrope. Oxford, A Translation of the N.

    7) Which religion has the answer as to how one can have a. personal relationship with God? Bible Reference: (1 John ). Paul's Mission and Letters Carrying the 'good news' of Jesus Christ to non-Jews, Paul's letters to his fledgling congregations reveal their internal tension and conflict.


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A commentary: or, sermons vpon the second chapter of the first epistle of Saint Peter: vvherein method, sense, doctrine, and vse, is, with great variety of matter, profitably handled ; and sundry heads of diuinity largely discussed.

By Nicholas Byfield, late preacher of God's Word at Isle-worth in Middlesex. A commentary upon the three first chapters of the first Epistle generall of St. Peter. By Nicholas Byfield. () [Gouge, William] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

A commentary upon the three first chapters of the first Epistle generall of St. Peter Author: William Gouge. A commentary: or, sermons vpon the second chapter of the first epistle of Saint Peter vvherein method, sense, doctrine, and vse, is, with great variety of matter, profitably handled; and sundry heads of diuinity largely discussed.

By Nicholas Byfield, late preacher of God's Word at Isle-worth in Middlesex. Author: Byfield, Nicholas, A commentary: or, sermons vpon the second chapter of the first epistle of Saint Peter vvherein method, sense, doctrine, and vse, is, with great variety of matter, profitably handled; and sundry heads of diuinity largely discussed.

A commentary upon the three first chapters of the first Epistle generall of St. Peter VVherin are most judiciously and profitably handled such points of doctrine as naturally flow from the text. Together with a very usefull application thereof: and many good rules for a godly life.

Byfield, Nicholas, A commentary: or, sermons vpon the second chapter of the first epistle of Saint Peter (), STC2: Caesar, Philipp, A general discourse against the damnable sect of vsurers grounded vppon the vvorde of God, trans.

Rogers, Thomas (), STC2: (1) Peter, an apostle.—The authoritative tone of this Epistle is shown at the writer assumes his full titles; not (as in the Second Epistle) his merely human name of Simeon, nor his humble capacity of “servant,” but the Rock-name which Christ had given him, and the official dignity of an “Apostle of Jesus Christ”— i.e., one charged with full legatine authority from.

A Practical Commentary Upon the First Epistle of St. Peter — Highly Recommended. Note: This almost page commentary is obviously a treatise of considerable depth (eg, there are 27 pages on the second verse of chapter 1!) You may not be familiar with Leighton but you will not be disappointed by the piety and scholarship of his 2 volume.

26 Becon, Thomas, A new postil conteinyng most godly and learned sermons (London, ), fol. 38 r. 27 Byfield, Nicholas, A commentary: or, sermons upon the second chapter ofthe first epistle of Saint Peter (London, ), The First Epistle of Peter, usually referred to simply as First Peter and often written 1 Peter, is a book of the New author presents himself as Peter the Apostle, and, following Catholic tradition, the epistle has been held to have been written during his time as Bishop of Rome or Bishop of Antioch, though neither title is used in the epistle.

Kelly, Commentary, p. That I Peter is not specifically a theological treatise like Paul’s Romans is evident; nevertheless, to describe the epistle as having little or no theological value stems from a cursory reading of the text.

[12] Beare, First Epistle of Peter, p. In fine, Saint John’s Gospel and his first Epistle, Saint Paul’s Epistles, especially those to the Romans, Galatians, Ephesians, and Saint Peter’s first Epistle—these are the books which show thee Christ, and teach thee everything that is needful and blessed for thee to know even though thou never see or hear any other book of doctrine.

Get this from a library. A commentary upon the three first chapters of the first Epistle generall of St. Peter: VVherin are most judiciously and profitably handled such points of doctrine as naturally flow from the text. Together with a very usefull application thereof: and many good rules for a godly life.

By Nicholas Byfield preacher of Gods Word at Isleworth in Middlesex. 1 Peter Chapter 1 Jesus is the mediator between our Heavenly father and humanity 1 Timothy1 peter Adams sin brought a curse upon all humanity. Sin and death or(a separation from God and humanity.) Jesus death was a sacrifice for us all to be reconciled back to the father 1 Peter.

INTRODUCTION. ITS GENUINENESS is attested by 2 Peter Also by POLYCARP (in EUSEBIUS [Ecclesiastical History, ]), who, in writing to the Philippians, quotes many passages: in the second chapter he quotes 1 Peter 1 Peter ; EUSEBIUS says of PAPIAS [Ecclesiastical History, ] that he, too, quotes Peter's First Epistle.

IRENÆUS [Against Heresies, ] expressly. Originally delivered and arranged as a series of twelve sermons, H. Kohlbrugge offers concise commentary on key themes found in the First Epistle to Peter. The author's sermons move expositionally through the first chapter of First Peter, with special regard to practical application and exemplification of the text.

Gouge, William, A commentary: or, sermons vpon the second chapter of the first epistle of Saint Peter vvherein method, sense, doctrine, and vse, is, with great variety of matter, profitably handled; and sundry heads of diuinity largely discussed. By Nicholas Byfield, late preacher of God's Word at Isle-worth in Middlesex.

Accomplishments of Peter the Apostle. After being invited by Jesus to come, Peter got out of his boat and for a brief few moments walked on water (Matthew ).Peter correctly identified Jesus as the Messiah (Matthew ), not through his own knowledge but the enlightenment of the Holy was chosen by Jesus to witness the transfiguration.

1 Peter The church that is at Babylon saluteth you — See the preface. The word church is not in the original, but it is supplied in the Syriac, Vulgate, and other ancient versions, and by Œcumenius. Probably, as Beza observes, Peter omitted it as being a word of common use, which, in such a connection, would be easily supplied in the reader’s mind.

He became one of the leaders in the church. And now he is writing his first epistle introducing himself as, Peter, an apostle of Jesus Christ, to the strangers (1 Peter ) The word translated "scattered" there is the Greek word "disperse." throughout Pontus, Galatia, Cappadocia, Asia, and Bithynia (1 Peter ).

Sermons vpon the first chapter of the first epistle generall of Peter Wherein method, sense, doctrine and vse is with great varietie of matter profitably handled. By Nicholas Byfeild preacher of Gods word at Isleworth in Middlesex.

The rest of the epistle may be published in due time, if God will. Byfield, Nicholas, / [].Peter preached the sermon at Pentecost where three thousand believed (Acts 3). He also was instrumental in establishing the church in Samaria (Acts 8) and bringing the gospel to the Gentiles (Acts ).

These facts can help us to understand what it means that Peter .Byfield, Nicholas, A commentary: or, sermons vpon the second chapter of the first epistle of Saint Peter vvherein method, sense, doctrine, and vse, is, with great variety of matter, profitably handled; and sundry heads of diuinity largely discussed.

By Nicholas Byfield, late preacher of God's Word at Isle-worth in Middlesex.