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Form Of Presbyterial Church-Government Pt. 10 - Of The Ordinances In A Particular Congregation.

James Dodson

 Prayer being an expression of dependence and reliance upon God is an ordinance in a single congregation.  God’s people are commanded thus to offer their desires unto him, Ps. 62:8.  Christian prayer, being offered through the mediation of Christ, is to be offered in his name, John 16:23; and that by the grace of his Spirit...

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Form Of Presbyterial Church-Government Pt. 11 - Of Church-government, And The Several Sorts Of Assemblies For The Same.

James Dodson

Thus  do  the  Erastians  and  others  err maintaining a governing of the church in the hands of civil officers.  Christ is the builder of his church, Zech. 6:12, 13; and, as such, in the exercise of church discipline, they must come together in the name of Christ, 1 Cor. 5:4.  That name gives to what they do...

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Form Of Presbyterial Church-Government Pt. 16 - Of Ordination Of Ministers.

James Dodson

 Thus  do  they  err  who  hold  a  universal allowance  to  preach  apart  from  Christ’s  ordinance.    They are  confuted  for  the  following reasons: 1.) In the Old Testament, not only the high priest, but all other priests and Levites were by divine appointment inaugurated to their ministerial...

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Form Of Presbyterial Church-Government Pt. 18 - Touching The Power Of Ordination.

James Dodson

 Thus  do  the  Papists  and  Prelatists  err  maintaining  that ordination  is  the  act  of  a  bishop.    Now  we  know  that  in  Scripture  the  bishop  and  the presbyter  is  all  one,  Acts  20:17,  28,  wherein  we  see  the same  persons  called  elders (πρεσβυτέρους-presbuterous)   in   verse   17,   that   are   called   overseers   or   bishops (ἐπισκόπους-episkopous)  in  verse  28.    Next...

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Form Of Presbyterial Church-Government Pt. 19 - Concerning The Doctrinal Part Of Ordination Of Ministers.

James Dodson

Thus  do  the  Fanatics  and  others  err  who maintain that a man might take upon himself the office of minister of the word without a lawful calling.  The Scriptures hold out the following things concerning a lawful calling: 1.) Mission  is  essential  to  the  constitution  of  a  minister,  Rom.  10:14,  15.    The  apostle’s...

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