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Page 1003 - Let the words of our mouths, and the meditations of our hearts be now and ever gracious in thy sight, and acceptable unto thee, O Lord, our God, our strength, and our Redeemer.
Page 1191 - Be merciful unto me, O God, be merciful unto me: for my soul trusteth in thee: yea, in the shadow of thy wings will I make my refuge, until these calamities be overpast.
Page 1088 - GOD before their eyes, seek after my soul. 4 Behold, GOD is my helper ; the LORD is with them that uphold my soul. 5 He shall reward evil unto mine enemies : destroy thou them in thy truth.
Page 997 - On the pile was an arched arbour, formed of dry flicks, boughs, and leaves, open only at one end to admit her entrance. In this the body of the deceafed was depofited, his head at the end oppofite to the opening.
Page 952 - I desired it : For know it, my dear wife, your child is the child of a true man, who in his own respect despiseth death, and his misshapen and ugly forms.
Page 947 - GOD is our hope and strength, a very present help in trouble. 2 Therefore will we not fear, though the earth be moved, and though the hills be carried into the midst of the sea.
Page 1008 - In vain, through beauty, fortune, wit, The fugitive we trace ; It dwells not in the faithless smile That brightens Clcdia's face. Perhaps the joy to these deny'd, The heart in friendship finds : Ah ! dear delusion, gay conceit...
Page 1216 - Finally, brethren, whatfoever things are ' true, whatfoever things are honeft, whatfoever things ' are juft, whatfoever things are pure, whatfoever things ' are lovely, whatfoever things are of good report : If ' there be any virtue, and if there be any praife, think