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Other titlesBanquetting house, Feast of fat things, Banquetting house., Feast of fat things.
Statementwritten by Benjamin Keach, author of War with the Devil.
GenreTexts.
SeriesEarly English books, 1641-1700 -- 213:3.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[24], 384 p.
Number of Pages384
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Open LibraryOL16704135M

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The banquetting-house, or, A feast of fat things: a divine poem, opening many sacred Scripture mysteries. THE Banquetting-House, OR, A Feast of Fat Things: A Divine POEM. Opening many Sacred Scripture Mysteries.

Profitable for all who would attain to the Saving Knowledge of GOD and of JESUS CHRIST: AND Sufficient to fill the Soul with Joy, and to Ravish the Hearts of all True Christians. A feast of fat things full of marrow containing several Scripture songs taken out of the Old and New Testaments, with others composed by t[he author]: together [with o]ne hundred of divine hymns, being the first century.

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for H. Barnard. _____________ () A feast of fat things full of marrow containing several Scripture songs taken out of the Old and New Testaments, with others composed by t[he author]: together [with. On October 9,Benjamin Keach appeared before Lord Chief Justice Hyde.

As a dissenting minister, Keach's crime was found to be his teaching -via publication- which was contrary to the Church of England. In his recently published book, one meant for the instruction of children; Keach revealed several points of doctrine which did not.

The banquetting-house, or, A feast of fat things a divine poem, opening many sacred Scripture mysteries / written by Benjamin Keach, author of War with the Devil. Keach, Benjamin, / [] The ax laid to the root, or, One blow more at the foundation of.

Author of War with the devil, War with the devil, The travels of true godliness, The travels of true godliness and ungodliness, The progress of sin, The progress of sin, or, The travels of ungodliness, The glorious lover, A counter-antidote, to purge out the malignant effects of.

The preface to this hymn’s source volume, The Banqueting House; or a Feast of Fat Things (), tells us a great deal about whom hymns were meant for.

Keach recom-mends the book’s contents to “three sorts of persons.” The first were those who “would gladly have a little help in order to the understanding of metaphorical Scripture Author: Jayne Elizabeth Lewis. Keach, Benjamin, Benjamin Keach Englischer baptistischer Evangelist, Prediger, Autor und Kirchenlieddichter VIAF ID: (Personal).

Having bidden you look A feast of fat things book and tremble, and take heed to the warning, I shall then attempt to enter with you into the banquetting house of our beloved Lord and Master Jesus Christ, and of him we shall be able to say, as the governor of the feast said to the bridegroom, "Thou hast kept the good wine until now;" thy feasts grow better, and not.

THE one text is in the beginning, and the other at the end of John’s gospel. There is a mystery here. Here is typified a growth which it were well for us to understand. “Come and see,” is for babes in grace: “Come and dine,” is for strong men in Christ Jesus. We must notice the order.

“Come and see,” is the beginning of spiritual life, as it is the beginning of this gospel. In such wondrous seasons, "whether in the body or The banquetting-house of the body, God knoweth," they rise into "third heavens," they find a "feast of fat things" provided, and enter the very "banquetting house.

The good can bear the scorn of the wicked but for the wicked to bear the shame and everlasting contempt which righteous indignation will heap upon them, will be one of the most frightful things, next to the eternal endurance of the wrath of the Most High, which, I need not add, is the last cup of the devil's terrible feast, with which the.

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In favor of congregational hymn-singing Keach went on to write The Banquetting-House, or a Feast of Fat Things () and Spiritual Songs, Being the Marrow of the Scripture in Songs of Praise to Almighty God; from the Old and New Covenant ().

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If God should lend me help, so that I could, in glowing pictures, pourtray the amazing love of Christ Jesus to those who believe in him; if I could tell you of their matchless experience, their divine drinkings at the fountain of life and bliss, their heavenly feastings in the banquetting-house, all this would be nothing, compared with what you.

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