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" I found he saw the deceit of all mere notions about religion ; he lay as one that refused to be comforted until He came to His temple  "
Some Account of Circumstances in the Life of Mary Pennington [sic.]from Her ... - Page 6
by Mary Penington - 1821 - 103 pages
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The Spiritual Magazine, Volume 3

Spiritualism - 1868
...found he saw the deceit of all mere notions about religion ; he lay as one that refused to be comforted until He came to His temple ' who is Truth and no lie.'" This Isaac Pennington was son of Alderman Pennington, a distinguished man of his day. Alderman Pennington...
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Day by Day: Being a Compilation from the Writings of Ancient and Modern Friends

William Henry Chase - Calendars - 1869 - 400 pages
...found he saw the deceit of all mere notions about religion; he lay as one that refused to be comforted until he came to His temple, who is truth and no lie. All things that had only the appearance of religion, were very manifest to him, so that he was sick and weary of show,...
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Day by Day: A Compilation from the Writings of Ancient and Modern Friends

Calendars - 1873 - 420 pages
...found he saw the deceit of all mere notions about religion ; he lay as one that refused to be comforted until he came to His temple, who is truth and no lie. All things that had only the appearance of religion, were very manifest to him, so that he was sick and weary of show,...
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Friends in the Seventeenth Century

Charles Evans - Quakers - 1876 - 668 pages
...he saw the deceit of all mere notions about religion : he lay as one that refused to be comforted, until He came to his temple ' who is truth and no lie." All things that had only the appearance of religion were very manifest to him, so that he was sick and weary of glwtv,...
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The Penns & Peningtons of the Seventeenth Century: In Their Domestic and ...

Maria Webb - 1877 - 446 pages
...found he saw the deceit of all mere notions about religion ; he lay as one that refused to be comforted until He came to His temple ' who " is truth and no lie.' All things that had only the appearance of religion were very manifest to him, so that he was sick and weary of show,...
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Wiiliam Penn: The Founder of Pennsylvania

John Stoughton - 1882 - 364 pages
...he saw the deceit of all men's notions about religion. He lay as one that refused to be comfprted, until he came to His temple 'who is truth and no lie.' All things that had only the appearance of religion were very manifest to him, so that he was sick and weary of them...
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Wiiliam Penn: The Founder of Pennsylvania

John Stoughton - 1882 - 364 pages
...he saw the deceit of all men's notions about religion. He lay as one that refused to be comforted, until he came to His temple 'who is truth and no lie.' All things that had only the appearance of religion were very manifest to him, so that he was sick and weary of them...
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Memories of Jordans and the Chalfonts, and the Early Friends in the Chiltern ...

William Henry Summers - Chiltern (England) - 1895 - 268 pages
...he saw the deceit of all men's notions about religion : he lay as one that refused to be comforted until He came to His temple who is truth and no lie. All things that had only the appearance of religion were very manifest to him, so that he was sick and weary of show,...
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The Emergence of Quaker Writing: Dissenting Literature in Seventeenth ...

Thomas N. Corns, David Loewenstein - Literary Collections - 1995 - 148 pages
...dear husband, Isaac Penington. My love was drawn toward him, because I found he saw the deceit of all nations, and lay as one that refused to be comforted...for he was as one alone and miserable in this world. (EMP, 38-9) Although Isaac is granted his name here, as William was not, Isaac too was pretty much...
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Women's Life-writing: Finding Voice/building Community

Linda S. Coleman - Literary Criticism - 1997 - 281 pages
...husband, Isaac Penington: "My love was drawn towards him, because I found he saw the deceit of all nations, and lay as one that refused to be comforted...until He came to his temple, 'who is truth and no lie' " (38). In the dream that had preceded their marriage, Penington saw the Lamb and his wife "as a brother...
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