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Sermons of the Right Reverend Father in God, Master Hugh Latimer, Bishop of Worcester

many of which were preached before King Edward VI ... to which is prefixed, Bishop Latimer"s life.

by Hugh Latimer

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Published by Printed for J. Scott in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Latimer, Hugh, 1485?-1555,
  • Church of England -- Sermons -- Early works to 1800,
  • Sermons, English -- Early works to 1800

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    Other titlesAshbel Green library.
    The Physical Object
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    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22155493M

    Therefore let us often resort hither, and call upon him with this prayer, in our Christ's name: for he loveth Christ, and all those which are in Christ; for so he saith, Hic est Filius meus dilectus, in quo mihi hene complacitum est; "This is my well-beloved Son, in whom I have pleasure. And truly it is the greatest comfort in the world to talk with God, and to call upon him, in this prayer that Christ himself hath taught us; for it taketh away the bitterness of all afflictions. That I may do this the more commodiously, I have taken that notable sentence in which our Lord was not afraid to pronounce "the children of this world to be much more prudent and politic than the children of light in their generation. And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive them that trespass against us. Latimer now faced a choice between obeying the king as supreme head of the church and standing by the doctrine he had had a key role in developing and promoting for the past decade.

    Bishop Hugh Latimer agreed to preach the sermon at Forest's execution on 22nd May Images are profitable. For Luke saith, "The Lord spake these words to his disciples. In one he says distinctly, "You must understand that there are but two places appointed of Almighty God for all mankind, that is, heaven and hell" [Sermon on Fifth Sunday after Epiphany, Feb. CatharinesOntarioCanada, was founded in his honour in

    Thus Latimer took up preaching at the Augustinian monastery of Robert Barnes, which was not under episcopal jurisdiction. Thomas of Acres to the sermon, because she "never failed of a good nap there. Contemporary biographers including John Foxe placed the date somewhere between and Trying to live by vain superstitions had left Latimer feeling insufficient. He was kept in London for some time, being called for examination three times a week.


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Sermons of the Right Reverend Father in God, Master Hugh Latimer, Bishop of Worcester book

Therefore here we resort to God, desiring him to help and defend us, whose power passeth the strength of the devil. Here it appeareth that it is a good thing to have temptation.

Therefore I desire you most heartily to resort hither to this store-house of God: seek here what you lack; and no doubt you shall find things necessary for your wealth. Bishop Hugh Latimer agreed to preach the sermon at Forest's execution on 22nd May These benefits I gave you, and do you give me these thanks?

No, for it is a good thing; and scripture commendeth it, and we shall be rewarded for it for St James saith, Beatus vir qui suffert tentationem; "Blessed is that man that suffereth temptations patiently.

His Swiss servant Bernher, who edited some of his sermons, tells us that he preached twice every Sunday during King Edward's reign. He is man, seeing that he is God and man. In reading Fisher there rises to memory the wonderfully beautiful and suffering face that we know from Holbein's drawing, a face that is certainly not of the world.

Joking that Hooper's reference to Christ's nakedness on the cross is as insignificant as the clothing King Herod put Christ in and "a jolly argument" for the AdamitesRidley does not dispute Hooper's main typological argument, but neither does he accept that vestments are necessarily or exclusively identified with Israel and the Roman church.

CatharinesOntarioCanada, was founded in his honour in Regis Henrici octaui. Shortly after the accession of Mary in a summons was sent to Latimer to appear before the council at Westminster.

According to his biographer, Susan Wabuda : "From the beginning of the s he and his friends attacked the papacy, non-preaching bishops, and the influential mendicant orders.

Nicholas Ridley (martyr)

Powell, prebendary of Salisbury, a theologian of great learning, who had been engaged by the king to write against Luther, had preached, with others, against Latimer for his sermons at Bristol in From John Foxe 's Book of Martyrs.

I left my goods that I have evermore most highly esteemed, that is, my word and sacraments, to be dispensed of you.

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What doctrine is written for us in the parable of the judge and the widow, I have opened it to you, most honourable audience. Latimer thought, "My discourse against Melanchthon has no doubt converted him". This I would have you to consider, that every morning, when you rise from your bed, you would say these words with a faithful heart and earnest mind: Domine, gressus meos dirige, ne dominetur peccatum in meo mortali corpore; "Lord, rule and govern me so, order my ways so, that sin get not the victory of me, that sin rule me not; but let thy Holy Ghost inhabit my heart.

Arber, "English Reprints,"etc. He began to preach in the open air, renounced his earlier recantation, and distributed copies of the English Bible that had been translated by William Tyndale.Nicholas Ridley (c.

– 16 October ) was an English Bishop of London (the only bishop called "Bishop of London and Westminster").Ridley was burned at the stake as one of the Oxford Martyrs during the Marian Persecutions for his teachings and his support of Lady Jane hildebrandsguld.com is remembered with a commemoration in the calendar of saints in some parts of the Anglican Communion on 16 hildebrandsguld.com: Church of England.

Sermons and Remains of Hugh Latimer, Sometime Bishop of Worcester, Martyr, [Hugh Latimer] is 20% off every day at hildebrandsguld.com The Parker Society was the London-based Anglican society that printed in fifty-four volumes the works. The Sermons of the Right Reverend Father in God, Master Hugh Latimer, Bishop of Worcester: many of which were preached before King Edward VI to which is prefixed, Bishop Latimer's life The Sermons of the Right Reverend Father in God, and Constant Martyr of Jesus Christ, Hugh Latimer, Sometime Bishop of Worcester: Now First Arranged.

The Sermons of the Right Reverend Father in God, and Constant Martyr of Jesus Christ, Hugh Latimer, Sometime Bishop of Worcester: Now First Arranged According to the Order of Time in Which They Were P. The Sermons of the Right Reverend Father in God, Master Hugh Latimer, Bishop of Worcester: Many of Which Were Preached Before King Edward VI.

SERMONS ON THE LORD'S PRAYER. From SERMONS BY HUGH LATIMER sometime Bishop of Worcester. Published by J.M. Dent, London. undated. Prepared for katapi by Paul Ingram Certain Sermons made by the Right Reverend Father in God, Master Doctor Latimer, before the Right Virtuous and Honourable Lady Katherine, Duchess of Suffolk, in the year of.

Main Article Primary Sources (1) John Foxe, Book of Martyrs () Bishop Latimer was the son of Hugh Latimer of Thurcaston Leicester, a farmer with a good reputation. At the age of four, he was sent to school and trained in literature; at fourteen, he entered the University of Cambridge to study divinity, becoming a scrupulously observant Catholic priest.