Memorials of the Most Reverend Father in God Thomas Cranmer: Sometime Lord Archbishop of Canterbury. Wherein the History of the Church, and the Reformation of It, During the Primacy of the Said Archbishop, are Greatly Illustrated; and Many Singular Matters Relating Thereunto, Now First Published (1694.)

G. Routledge & Company, 1853

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Page 202 - Obsecro igitur primum omnium fieri obsecrationes, orationes, postulationes, gratiarum actiones pro omnibus hominibus, pro regibus et omnibus, qui in sublimitate sunt, ut quietam et tranquillam vitam agamus in omni pietate et castitate.
Page 120 - I renounce and refuse, as things written with my hand, contrary to the truth which I thought in my heart, and written for fear of death, and to save my life if it might be...
Page 121 - And as for the pope, I refuse him, as Christ's enemy, and Antichrist, with all his false doctrine.
Page 119 - ... loving brother or sister. For this you may be sure of, that whosoever hateth any person, and goeth about maliciously to hinder or hurt him, surely, and without all doubt, God is not with that man, although he think himself never so much in God's favor.
Page 427 - I wrote against the sacrament of the altar sith the death of King Henry VIII. But whatsoever I wrote then, now is time and place to say truth. Wherefore, renouncing all those books, and whatsoever in them is contained, I say and believe, that our Saviour Christ Jesu is really and substantially contained in the blessed sacrament of the altar, under the forms of bread and wine.
Page 121 - Pope, I refuse him, as Christ's Enemy and Antichrist, with all his false Doctrine. And here being admonished of his Recantation, and Dissembling, he said, Alas, my Lord, I have been a Man, that all my Life loved Plainness, and never dissembled now against the Truth; which I am most sorry for.
Page 119 - The second exhortation is, that next under God you obey your King and Queen, willingly and gladly, without murmuring or grudging: not for fear of them only, but much more for the fear of God; knowing that they be God's ministers, appointed by God to rule and govern you; and therefore whosoever resisteth them, resisteth the ordinance of God.
Page 119 - To Heaven I may be ashamed to lift up mine eyes ; and in earth I find no refuge.
Page 347 - And what wisdom and policy he used, from time to time, to escape the malice of his enemies, the Acts of the Apostles do declare. And after the same sort did the other Apostles. Albeit, when it came to such a point, that they could no longer escape danger of the persecutors of God's true religion, then they...
Page 119 - O Lord, whose property is always to have mercy. For although my sins be great, yet Thy mercy is greater. I crave nothing, O Lord, for mine own merits, but for Thy Name's sake, that it may be glorified thereby ; and for Thy dear Son Jesus Christ's sake.

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