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The precious blood of the Son of God, shed without the gates of Jerusalem, for the redemption of the lost and undone sinners: Whereby his Great Love to Mankind is Undeniably Manifested, In these following Particulars: His Agony in the Garden; being betray'd by Judas; being falsly accus'd before Annas, Caiaphas, Herod, and Pilate; his being Scourged, Scorned, and spitefully Used; his Condemnation, and going to Execution; how he was Crucified; of his being Reviled, Pardoning the Thief upon the Cross, and of his Giving up the Ghost. All which is Practically Apply'd and Improved; for the bringing of Sinners out of the Way of Sin and Hell, into Wisdom's Ways. Whose Ways are Ways of Pleasantness, and all her Paths are Peace. By John Hayward, D.D.
- Hayward, John, D.D.
Considerations on the sufferings of Christ, In which the History of the Passion, as given by the Four Evangelists, is connected, harmonised, and explained. By J. Rambach, Late Professor of Divinity in the University of Giessen. Translated from the last Edition of the German. In Three Volumes. ... Contains the Sufferings of Christ in the Garden, and before the Spiritual Court of the Jews. ... His Sufferings before the Civil Tribunal of Pilate and Herod. ... His Sufferings on Mount Golgotha.
- Rambach, J. J. (Johann Jacob), 1693-1735.
- MDCCLIX.