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Page 237 - Knowing that shortly I must put off this my tabernacle," " I will endeavour that you may be able after my decease to have these things always in remembrance.
Page 138 - for this word is very nigh unto thee, in thy mouth and in thy heart, that thou mayest do it.
Page 33 - blessed and prosperous to me: and, on the other side, when I have been negligent of the duties of this day, the rest of the week has been unsuccessful and unhappy to my own secular employments. So that I could easily make an estimate of my successes the week following, by the manner of my passing this day. AND
Page 170 - all thy heart, and with all thy mind, and with all thy soul, and with all thy strength, and thy neighbour as thyself?
Page 65 - ESTIMATE OF THE RELIGION OF THE FASHIONABLE WORLD. There was never found in any age of the world, either Philosophy, or Sect, or Religion, or Law, or Discipline, which did so highly exalt the public good as the Christian Faith.
Page 33 - been unsuccessful and unhappy to my own secular employments. So that I could easily make an estimate of my successes the week following, by the manner of my passing this day. AND I DO NOT
Page 374 - sing praises unto Thee, O Thou most Highest; he will continue to tell of Thy loving kindness early in the morning, and of Thy truth in the night-season.
Page 269 - the energies of the compound being of man, so we too often feel as if there were a confederacy of body, soul, and spirit, to disincline and disqualify us for it. When the heart is once sincerely turned to religion, we need not, every time we pray, examine into every truth,