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The godly magistrate

V. M. Larminie

The godly magistrate

the private philosophy and public life of Sir John Newdigate, 1571-1610

by V. M. Larminie

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Published by Printed for the Dugdale Society by Eric Buckley in Oxford .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Warwickshire (England),
  • England,
  • Warwickshire
    • Subjects:
    • Newdigate, John, Sir, 1571-1610.,
    • Justices of the peace -- England -- Warwickshire -- Biography.,
    • Gentry -- England -- Warwickshire -- History -- 17th century.,
    • Warwickshire (England) -- History.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references.

      Statementby V.M. Larminie.
      SeriesDugdale Society occasional papers ;, no. 28
      ContributionsDugdale Society.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDA670.W3 L29 1982
      The Physical Object
      Pagination34 p. ;
      Number of Pages34
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL3227108M
      ISBN 100852200587
      LC Control Number83138553
      OCLC/WorldCa32273094

      Natural ability. Aberdeen, asmuch, lib. Some crimes deserve deposition for a time, and while [until] the person gives The godly magistrate book of greater gravity and honesty: as if a minister is deprehended drunk, in brawling or fighting, an open slanderer, The godly magistrate book infamer of his neighbour, factious and [a] sower of discord, he may be commanded to cease from his ministry, till he declare the signs of repentance; upon the which, the church shall abide him the space of twenty days or further, as the church shall think expedient, before that they proceed to a new election. His election shall be in this sort: There shall be three of the most sufficient men of the university not principals already nominated by the members of the college whose principal is departed, sworn to follow their conscience, and publicly proponed through the whole university. For the free and yearly election of deacons and elders shall suffer none to usurp a perpetual dominion over the church; the knowledge of the rental shall suffice them to receive no more than whereof they shall be bound to make accounts; the deliverance of the money to the new officers shall not suffer private men [to] use in their private business that which appertains to the public affairs of the church. Which day, the offender must appear in presence of the whole church, and with his own mouth damn his own impiety, publicly confessing the same; desiring God of his grace and mercy, and his congregation, that it will please them to accept him in their society, as before is said.

      The chiefest remedy left to your honours and to us, in all this rarity of true ministers, is fervent prayer unto God that it will please his mercy to thrust out faithful workmen into this his harvest; and next, that your honours, with consent of the The godly magistrate book, are bound by The godly magistrate book authority to compel such men as have gifts and graces able to edify the kirk of God, that they bestow them where greatest necessity shall be known. And that this may be done with more exact diligence, the persons that are to be examined must be commanded to compear [appear] before men of soundest judgment, remaining in some principal town next adjacent unto them as they that are in Fife, Angus, Mearns, or Strathearn, to present themselves in Saint Andrews; those that are in Lothian, Merse, or Teviotdale, to Edinburgh; and likewise those that are in other countries must resort to the best reformed cities or towns, that is, to the city of the superintendent. If the person maligns, then the next day of public assembly, the crime and the person must be both notified unto the church, and their judgment must be required, if that such crimes ought to be suffered unpunished amongst them. Works done before the grace of Christ, and the Inspiration of his Spirit, are not pleasant to God, forasmuch as they spring not of faith in Jesus Christ; neither do they make men meet to receive grace, or as the School-authors say deserve grace of congruity: yea rather, for that they are not done as God hath willed and commanded them to be done, we doubt not but they have the nature of sin. Although the Law given from God by Moses, as touching Ceremonies and Rites, do not bind Christian men, nor the Civil precepts thereof ought of necessity to be received in any commonwealth; yet notwithstanding, no Christian man whatsoever is free from the obedience of the Commandments which are called Moral. The people would be exhorted to reverence and honour their ministers chosen, as the servants and ambassadors of the Lord Jesus, obeying the commandments which they pronounce from God's mouth and book, even as they would obey God himself; for whosoever hears Christ's ministers hears himself, and whosoever rejects them, [and] despises their ministry and exhortation, rejects and despises Christ Jesus.

      Their lives should be an example of righteous living. A father must drop holy instructions into his children: "bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord" Eph It appertains to the people, and to every several congregation, to elect their minister. And the mean whereby the Body of Christ is received and eaten in the Supper, is Faith.


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The godly magistrate by V. M. Larminie Download PDF Ebook

Can we call a bad servant godly? This is debated among Christians. For, it is not a name of superiority and lordship, but of office and watching. Neither yet must he be one of the council The godly magistrate book civil affairs, be he never judged so apt for that purpose; but either must he cease from the ministry which at his own pleasure he may not door else from bearing charge in civil affairs, unless it is to assist the parliament, if he is called.

To be eligible for the office of magistrate, a person must be at least 24 years of age, a resident of the county for two years preceding the election, and a Kentucky citizen. It is not lawful for any man to The godly magistrate book upon him the office of public preaching, or ministering the Sacraments in the Congregation, before he be lawfully called, and sent to execute the same.

Standards in Other Relevant Scriptures The standards for choosing The godly magistrate book as established in the law of God are carried out, amplified, and upheld throughout the rest of Scripture. Item, We The godly magistrate book expedient that none be admitted unto the first college, and to be supposts of the university, unless he have from the master of the school, and the minister of the town where he was instructed in the tongues, a testimonial of his learning, docility, age, and parentage; and likewise trial to be taken by certain examiners, deputed by the rector and principals of the same, and, if he is found sufficiently instructed in dialectics, he shall incontinent [ immediately], that same year, be promoted to the class of mathematics.

This they ought to do according to the judgment and appointment of the presbyteries or elderships of the which the deacons are notthat the patrimony of the kirk and poor be not converted to private men's uses, nor wrongfully distributed.

And therefore we think it most expedient that common treasurers, to wit, the deacons, be appointed from year to year, to receive the whole rents appertaining to the church; and that commandment be given, that no man be permitted either to receive either yet to intromit with anything appertaining to the sustenance of the persons foresaid, but such as by common consent of the church are thereto appointed.

If he is worthy of admonition, they must admonish him; of correction, they must correct him. Against Gluttony and Drunkenness. To see that sufficient provision is made for the ministry, the schools, and the poor; and, if they have not sufficient to await upon their charges, to supply their indigence with their own rents if need require; to hold hand as well to the saving of their persons from injury and open violence, as to their rents and possessions, that they be not defrauded, robbed, nor spoiled thereof; 6.

His residence to be in Old Aberdeen. And further, we think it expedient that in every notable town, and especially in the town of the superintendent, [there] be erected a college, in which the arts, at least logic and rhetoric, together with the tongues, be read by sufficient masters, for whom honest stipends must be appointed; as also provision for those that are poor, and are not able by themselves, nor by their friends, to be sustained at letters, especially such as come from landward.

To see that the kirk be not invaded, nor hurt by false teachers and hirelings, nor the rooms thereof be occupied by dumb dogs or idle bellies; 4. Yet, because in the corruption of the kirk this name as others has been abused, and yet is likely to be; we cannot allow the fashion of these new chosen bishops, neither of the chapters that are electors of them to such offices as they are chosen to.

And in case that they are found negligent therein the space of forty days, the best reformed kirk-to wit, the church of the superintendent with his council- may present unto them a man whom they judge apt to feed the flock of Christ Jesus, who must be examined as well in life and manners, as in doctrine and knowledge.

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We desire, therefore, the ecclesiastical goods to be uplifted [collected] and distributed faithfully to whom they appertain, and that by the ministry of the deacons, to whose office properly the collection and distribution thereof The godly magistrate book that the poor may be answered of [assured] their portion thereof, and they of the ministry live without care and solicitude; as also the rest of the treasury of the kirk may be reserved, and bestowed to their right uses.

Robing is being considered for Magistrates in other states; however, neither Counsel nor solicitors appear robed in any Australian Magistrates' court.

The third Sunday, the minister ought to require if the impenitent has declared any signs of repentance to any of the ministry; and if he has, then may the minister appoint him to be examined by the whole ministry, either then instantly, or at another day affixed to the consistory: and if repentance appears, as well of The godly magistrate book crime, as of his long contempt, then may he be presented to the church, and make his confession, and to be accepted, as before is said.

Which being done, The godly magistrate book minister shall exhort the reconciled to take diligent heed in times coming that Satan trap him not in such crimes, admonishing him that he will not cease to tempt and try all means possible to bring him from that obedience which he has given to God, and to the ordinance of his Son Christ Jesus.

The mere sorrow of the The godly magistrate book leads only to remorse and despair, to the death of a broken heart, possibly to suicide; in any case, to the loss of the true eternal life. Elderships and assemblies are commonly constituted of pastors, doctors, and such as we commonly call The godly magistrate book, that labour not in the word and doctrine, of whom, and of whose several power has been spoken.

As in printing, though the letter is never so well shaped, yet if it is not set in the right place, it spoils the sense. Where first in the schools or, failing thereof, in open assembly, and before the congregation, they must give declaration of their gifts, utterance, and knowledge, by interpreting some place of scripture to be appointed by the ministry.

It demonstrates that the regime of William III did not rely upon legal or constitutional rhetoric as it attempted to legitimate itself after the Glorious Revolution, but rather used a protestant, providential and biblically based language of 'courtly reformation. It agrees not with the scriptures that they should be exempt from the correction of their brethren, and discipline of the particular eldership of the kirk where they shall serve; neither that they usurp the office of visitation of other kirks, nor any other function beside other ministers, but so far as shall be committed to them by the kirk.

The deacons may distribute no part of that which is collected, but by commandment of the ministers and elders; and they may command nothing to be delivered, but as the church before has determined; to wit, the deacons shall of the first pay the sums, either quarterly, or from half year to half year, to the ministers which the kirk has appointed.

Thereafter a day ought publicly to be assigned unto him to give open confession of his offence and contempt, and so to make a public satisfaction to the church of God. A father must drop holy instructions into his children: "bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord" Eph The Rechabites were eminent for this: "I set before the Rechabites pots full of wine, and said to them, Drink ye wine.

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