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" The impressions of grace had so early an appearance in him, that he was, not without good ground, esteemed one sanctified from the womb. When but four years old, he would cry to go to his mother, to hear her read or speak* something of GOD : And his religious... "
A General Martyrologie, Containing a Collection of All the Greatest ... - Page 422
by Samuel Clarke - 1651 - 364 pages
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Evangelical Biography: Being a Complete and Fruitful Account of the Lives ...

Erasmus Middleton - Christian biography - 1807
...mother, to hear her read or speak something of God ; and his religious desires grew up with his age. He was early acquainted with the book of God, which he much delighted in, and read with great affection. He had excellent natural parts, which were soon exercised; he learned French...
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Biographia evangelica; or, An historical account of ... the most eminent and ...

Erasmus Middleton - 1810
...mother, to hear her read or fpeak fomething of GOD : And his religious delires grew up with his age. He was early acquainted with the book of GOD, which he much delighted in, and read with great affection. He had excellent natural parts, which were foon exercifed ; he learnt French...
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Biographia evangelica

Erasmus Middleton - 1816
...mother, to hear her read or speak* something of GOD : And his religious desires grew up with his age. He was early acquainted with the Book of GOD, which he much delighted in, and read with great affection. He had -excellent natural parts, which were soon exercised; he learned French...
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Evangelical Biography: Or, An Historical Account of the Lives & Deaths of ...

Erasmus Middleton - Christian biography - 1816
...mother, to hear her read or speak something of GOD : And his religious desires grew up with his age. He was early acquainted with the Book of GOD, which he much delighted in, and read with great affection. He had excellent natural parts, which were soon exercised ; helearned French...
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Historical Collections Relating to Remarkable Periods of the Success of the ...

Christianity - 1845 - 582 pages
...that he might hear somewhat of God, and the older he grew, religious desires grew stronger in him. He was early acquainted with the Book of God, which he much delighted in and read with great affection. While he was fellow of Queen's College, about the year 1624, he was solemnly...
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Lord Bacon Not the Author of "The Christian Paradoxes": Being a Reprint of ...

Herbert Palmer - Christian life - 1864 - 126 pages
...the world hated him, yet God * Clarke, above, pp. 183, 184. would love him.'"* As was to be expected, "he was early acquainted with the Book of God, which he much delighted in, and read with great affection — insomuch that while he was but a child, little more than five years old, he...
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Lord Bacon Not the Author of "The Christian Paradoxes": Being a Reprint of ...

Herbert Palmer - Christian life - 1864 - 126 pages
...the world hated him, yet God * Clarke, above, pp. 183, 184. would love him.'"* As was to be expected, "he was early acquainted with the Book of God, which he much delighted in, and read with great affection — insomuch that while he was but a child, little more than five years old, he...
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