A humble call to Archippus. Or, The pastor exhorted, to take heed that he fulfill his ministry.
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A humble call to Archippus. Or, The pastor exhorted, to take heed that he fulfill his ministry. A sermon at the ordination of the Rev. Mr. Benjamin Bradstreet at Glocester. Sept. 18. 1728.

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Published by Printed for Samuel Gerrish in Cornhil. in Boston in N.E .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Bradstreet, Benjamin, -- ca. 1705-1762.

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Edition Notes

StatementBy John Tufts, A.M. Pastor of a church of Christ in Newbury.
SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 3225.
ContributionsWhite, John., Third Church (Gloucester, Mass.)
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination[6], 25, [1] p.
Number of Pages25
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14569403M

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Get this from a library! A humble call to Archippus: or, the pastor exhorted to take heed that he fulfill his ministry: a sermon at the ordination of the Rev. Mr. Benjamin Bradstreet, at Glocester, Sept. 18, [John Tufts]. A humble call to Archippus, or, The pastor exhorted, to take heed that he fulfill his ministry a sermon at the ordination of the Rev. Mr. Benjamin Bradstreet at Glocester, Sept. 18, / by: Tufts, John, Published: (). Share This Book: Books with a similar title Or, the Pastor Exhorted, to Take Heed That He Fulfill His Ministry A Sermon at the Ordination of the Rev. Mr. Benj Paperback RRP $ In Rev Head, Shane puts his foot to the floor and takes us on a wild ride down the highways and byways of his motoring obsession. Deadly billycarts, drag. “And say to Archippus, ‘Take heed to the ministry which you have received in the Lord, that you may fulfill it.’” Colossians (NKJV) The ministry you have received, fulfill it. If it’s the gift of helps, go for it; or the gift of hospitality, then be hospitable. Vs. 7 – “ he who teaches, in teaching ” 3. Teaching.

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Paul had written a similar exhortation to Archippus to "Take heed to the ministry which you have received in the Lord, that you may fulfill (see word study pleroo) it." (Col note) Here we learn that ministry is a gift from God, and we are stewards who one day will give an account of our work (1Pe , note). The son of Herod the Great who ruled over Galilee and Perea during the time of John the Baptist and Christ. He executed John because he had criticized his marriage to his brother's wife. He also was the Herod who sent Jesus back to Pilate. Paul says he counted his life dear only in order that he might fulfill the ministry he had received; he refused to use his energy for any other thing. Acts states Paul's almost sublime annoyance at being asked to consider himself; he was absolutely indifferent to any consideration other than that of fulfilling the ministry he had received. Basic Ideas It is not surprising that our Church Order devotes no fewer t out of a total of 86, articles to the offices in the church. Because of the nature of the Church Order, these articles are devoted to the special offices: minister, elder, and deacon. This is as it should be. The Church Order lays down regulations for the church institute, and the special offices are an essential.