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" Lord, make me to know mine end, and the measure of my days, what it is; that I may know how frail I am. Behold, thou hast made my days as an handbreadth; and mine age is as nothing before thee: verily every man at his best state is altogether vanity. "
Memoir of Old Humphrey, with gleanings from his portfolio, in prose and verse - Page 12
1799
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Practical discourses upon the consideration of our latter end; and the ...

Isaac Barrow - 1712 - 176 pages
...(itfeems} in Pfi.. 39. 4. ftnfe to this here ; Lore/, prays he, Make me to know my end^ and the me af it re of my days> what it is, that I may know how frail I am : Concerning the drift of which place, as well as of this here, it were obvious to conceive, that both...
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An abstract of the historical part of the Old Testament [by E. Harley]. by E ...

Edward Harley - 1735
...to HOA.R HAIRS will I carry you : mine End, and the Meafure r have ™ Ae - and l - wU -' ***** cvea of my Days, what it is, that I may know how (#) frail I am. Behold, thou haft made my Days as an Hand breadth, and mine Age is as nothing before thee : Verily, every Man, at...
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A Practical Discourse Concerning Death

William Sherlock - Death - 1751 - 292 pages
...Life ever fince; which is fo very fhort, that David might well fay, Behold thou haft made my days as a handbreadth, and mine age is as nothing before thee : verily every man at his bcJi eflate is altogether •vanity. Pfal. xxxix. 5. I mail not fcrupuloufly enquire into th« Reafon...
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The works of the learned Benjamin Whichcote ...

Benjamin Whichcote - Religion - 1751
...jhadow, and there is none abiding. Pfal. xxxix. 4. 5, 6. Lord make me to know mine end ; and the meafiire of my days what it is : that I may know how frail I am. Beholdi thou haft made my days as an hand-breadth, and mine age is as nothing before thee : verily...
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The works of ... Benjamin Whichcote

Benjamin Whichcote - 1751
...and there is none abiding. Pfal. xxxix. 4. 5, 6. Lord make ire to know mine end ; and the mcajiire of my days what it is : that I may know how frail 1 am. Behold, thou hajl made my days as an hand-breadth, and mint age is as nothing before thee : -verily...
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Sermons on several subjects

William Braikenridge - 1764
...God be with him. Page i SERMON II. On the Shortnefs of Human Life. PSALM xxxix. 5. Behold, thou haft made my days as an handbreadth, and mine age is as nothing hefore thee : verily every man at his bejljlate is altogether vanity. p. 23 SERMON III. The Eternity...
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Sermons preached in the parish church of st. Alban, Wood-street

Samuel Hoole - 1786 - 321 pages
...VI1forcible apoftrophe, to the Author of his being : Lord, make me to know mine end, and the meafure of my days what it is ; that I may know how frail I am ! which immediately introduces the exclamation that hath been chofen for the prefent fubjedt of our...
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A collection of memorials concerning divers deceased ministers and others of ...

Society of friends - 1788
...concerned to revive thefe exprefilons of the Pfalmift, " Lord, make me to know mine end, " and the meafure of my days, what it is, that " I may know how frail I am: behold thou " haft made my days as an hand's breadth, and " mine age is as nothing before thee." Which {he enlarged...
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Sacred extracts: or, Books and chapters selected from the New and Old ...

1788
...mufing the fire burned: then fpake I with rny tongue. 4 Lord, make me to know mine end, and the meafure of my days, what it is -.'-that I may know how frail I am. 1 5 Behold, thou haft made my days as an hand breadth : and mine age is as nothing before thee : verily...
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The Evangelical Magazine

Religion - 1810
...days- This measure, this short dttrution, he seems to allude to in the following verse : • — ( Behold, thou hast made my days as an hand-breadth, and mine age is as nothing "before thee !' It becomes us often to consider how near we are to the end of life. The measure of our days is determined...
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