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" If I had not come and spoken unto them, they had not had sin ; but now they have no cloak for their sin. "
A defence of the Christian religion from the several objections of modern ... - Page 507
by Thomas Stackhouse - 1741 - 509 pages
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The harmony of the Evangelists, with a paraphrase, with dissertations by J ...

Jean Le Clerc - Bible - 1701 - 650 pages
...thefe things will they do unto you for my names fake, becaufe they know not him that fent me. ' 22 If I had not come, and fpoken unto them, they had not •profit you to all Eternity : Virtue alone is the Fruit I mean, which will avail yoa when this mortal...
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A practical discourse of repentance

William Payne - Repentance - 1708 - 432 pages
...help, and which was only their misfortune, and not their %ilt. Our BlefTed Saviour'. fays of the Jews, If I had not come and fpoken unto them they had not bad/in, Joh. 15. 22. *•. •• The Sin of Disbelieving and Rejecting him -•, as to cither Sins...
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Sermons on the Following Subjects ...

Samuel Clarke - Sermons, English - 1730 - 434 pages
...defiance to God and his fupreme Authority. This is what our Saviour feys of the Jews, St Job. xv. zz. Jf J had not come and fpoken unto them, they had not had Sin ; but now they have no cloak for their Sin : If I had not done, among them the works which no other ma?t did, they had not had Sin;...
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An Enquiry After Happiness in Three Parts, Volume 3

Richard Lucas - Happiness - 1735 - 484 pages
...blind, ye jhouldha'oe no fm ; but now ye fay ^ ive fee ; therefore your Jin remaineth: and XV. 22. If I had not come and fpoken. unto them, they had not had Jin: but noiv they have no cloak for their fins. This rule mull be underftood of necejjary knowledge...
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Sermons...

Samuel Clarke - 1743 - 502 pages
...and to obferve his Works, with greater Advantage : And therefore he fays unto them, Joh. xv. 22. Jf I had not come and fpoken unto them, they had not had Bin ; ( that is, comparatively fpeaking, their Sin had been nothing to what it Now is ; ) But Now,...
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Miscell[aneous] Tracts

1744 - 448 pages
...in him -f-. And, fpeaking of the Jews and Pharifees that did not believe in him, he faith, If 1 bad not come and fpoken unto them, they had not had Sin, but now they have no Clokefor their Sin ; and then adds, If I had not done among them the Works 'which none other Man did,...
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Sermons...

Samuel Clarke - 1744 - 470 pages
...is, that our Saviour thus declares concerning the Jews, St Job. xv. 22 ; If 1 had not come, andfpoke unto them, they had not had Sin : but now they have no cloke for their Sin : and ver. 24 ; If I had not done among them the Works which none other man did,...
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Presumptive Arguments for the Truth and Divine Authority of the Christian ...

James Duchal - Apologetics - 1753 - 460 pages
...the unbelief of the Jews was quite inexcufable. Very juftly doth our Saviour fay concerning them, * If I had not come and fpoken unto them, they had not had fin ; but now they have no cloak for their jin : if I had not done among them the works, which none...
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Discourses on the whole lv.th chapter of Isaiah. To which is added, the ...

Nehemiah Walter - 1755 - 550 pages
...ignorance of Chrift had been more excufable; but now we (half be left without all excufe. Job. xv. 22. If I had not come and fpoken unto them, they had not had fen ; but now they have no cloke for their Jin. 2. The advantages we enjoy for gaining the knowledge...
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The Works of the Most Reverend John Tillotson, Lord Archbishop of ..., Volume 7

John Tillotson - Sermons, English - 1757 - 498 pages
...the advantages of knowledge, which can. be imagined to be afforded to mankind, Johnxv. 22, 23, 24. " If I had not come and fpoken unto them, " they had not had fin;" that is, in comparifon their fin had been much more excufable ; " but now they " have no cloke...
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