Phinehas"s zeal in execution of judgement; or, A divine remedy for Englands misery
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Phinehas"s zeal in execution of judgement; or, A divine remedy for Englands misery A sermon preached before the ... House of Lords ... at their ... fast, October 30, 1644 by Edmund Staunton

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Published by Cornmarket Press in (London .
Written in English

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Facsimile reprint.

StatementLondon, C. Meredith, 1645.
SeriesEnglish revolution -- 13
The Physical Object
Pagination30 p. ;
Number of Pages30
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20399334M

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Phinehas's zeal in execution of judgement. Or, A divine remedy for Englands misery.: A sermon preached before the Right Honourable House of Lords in the Abby of Westminster, at their late solemne monethly fast, October By Edmund Staunton D.D. pastour of Kingston upon Thames in the countie of Surrey. A member of the Assembly of : Edmund Staunton.   Tucked away in a small chapter in the book of Numbers is a powerful story, in which a man who had zeal for God made a very bold decision that would impress the Lord. In Numb Phinehas showed his obedience and ardent dedication to God’s honor by making a decision that would affect the history of God’s people. Wednesday Evening Janu Numbers Numbers — With God in the Wilderness: “The Zeal of Phinehas” Dr. J. Ligon Duncan III Please open your Bibles to Numbers The last time we were in Numbers together, we were finishing the story of Balaam. And the last we heard.   I’m a bit different in that my favorite book of the Bible is the Book of Numbers. I cherish the Book of Numbers so highly, mostly because of one story in Chap the story of Phineas. Unless you are a Bible scholar, you may have never heard of this man. He was the son of Eleazar, who was the son of Aaron, the High Priest of Israel.

This gift of holy zeal Phinehas exercised, publicly executing divine justice fit for the sin. Phinehas’ condemnation of the sin “made atonement for the children of Israel” (Numbers ). God publicly rewarded Phinehas’ zeal with His “covenant of peace” (Numbers ). Application. Great warnings in this incident. It is for his.   The Zeal Of Phinehas. Couple of days back, I was deeply troubled by a thought and wanted God to answer me so badly before me going to bed. I was rocking my baby to sleep and Holy Spirit started talking to me in a whisper. He cleared my questions and clarified all my misinterpretations about the thought that was bothering me all day. Phinehas’s Zeal in Execution of Judgment: or a Divine Remedy for England’s Misery; a Sermon preached from Psalm , before the House of Lords, in Westminster-Abbey, at their solemn monthly fast, 30th Oct. 4to. London, (6) Concerning zeal, persecuting the churchThe word "zeal" (as in Acts ) is probably used almost technically to describe his adhesion to the principles of the "Zealots," who, following the example of Phinehas, were for "executing judgment" at once on all heathens as traitors, ready alike to slay or to be slain for the shows how in this he departed from the teaching of Gamaliel.

  The New Testament, the law of God which applies to us today (Heb. ), tells us that the Old Testament still has much value for the Christian. The accounts of what happened to the Israelites provide instruction, admonition, encouragement, hope, and an example to us today (Rom. ; 1 Cor. ).). Therefore, it is proper for modern seekers of God to study the Old Testament, because. THE ZEAL OF PHINEHAS: THE BIBLE AND THE LEGITIMATION OF VIOLENCE JOHN J. COLLINS [email protected] Yale University, New Haven, CT “The Bible, of all books, is the most dangerous one, the one that has been endowed with the power to kill,” writes Mieke Bal.1 Like many striking apho-risms, this statement is not quite true. Phinehas’s zeal in execution of judgement. Or, A divine remedy for Englands misery () by Edmund Staunton: Rupes Israelis: the rock of Israel. A little part of its glory laid forth in a sermon () by Edmund Staunton. The Zeal of Phinehas Numbers 10 Then the LORD spoke to Moses, saying: 11 q "Phinehas the son of Eleazar, the son of Aaron the priest, has turned back My wrath from the children of Israel, because he was zealous with My zeal among them, so that I did not consume the children of Israel in r My zeal. 12 "Therefore say, s 'Behold, I give to him My t covenant of peace; 13 'and it shall be to.