116 Phil. ii. 10, 11.

117 [Observe this traditional objection to incense. Comp. vol. ii. p. 532.]

118 Acts x. 38.

119 Rom. xiii. 1, 2.

120 Ps. cxlviii. 3.

121 Homer's Iliad, ii. 547, 548.

122 ["Origen pointed out that hymns were addressed only to God and to His Only-begotten Word, who is also God... The hymnody of the primitive Church protected and proclaimed the truths which she taught and cherished." - Liddon's Bampton Lectures, On the Divinity of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, pp. 385, 386. S.]

123 Ps. civ. 15.

124 Homer's Iliad, ii. 205.

125 Dan. ii. 21.

126 Ecclus. x. 4. (LXX.).

127 Matt. xviii. 19.

128 Ex. xiv. 14.

129 [Comp. Cowper, Task, book vi., sub finem.]

130 Luke xiv. 34, 35; Matt. v. 13.

131 John xvi. 33.

132 Phil. iv. 13.

133 Matt. x. 29, 30.

134 Zeph. iii. 7-13.

135 "A language to last as long as the world." - Bouhereau.

136 Eph. vi. 11.

137 1 Tim. ii. 1, 2.

138 Luke xix. 17.

139 Ps. lxxxii. 1, 7.


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