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" Cor. 4 : 17, 18. For what can be great to him that counts the world nothing ; and what can be long to him that counts his life but a span long ? When he saw a Christian look sad, he would say as Jonadab did to Ammon, "Art thou a king's son, and lookest... "
A General Martyrologie, Containing a Collection of All the Greatest ... - Page 415
by Samuel Clarke - 1651 - 364 pages
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The whole works of the Reverend and learned Mr. John Willison, late minister ...

John Willison - Religion - 1798
...and that was, by looking upon the things that are not feen, which are eternal, 2 Cor iv. 17. 18- For, what can be great to him, that counts the world nothing ? And, what can be long to him, that counts his life but a fpan long ? When he faw a Chriftian look fad, he •would fay, as Jonadab did...
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Biographia evangelica; or, An historical account of ... the most eminent and ...

Erasmus Middleton - 1810
...long, and that was by looking upon things which were not feen, which are eternal, z. Cor. iv. 17, 18. " What can be great to him that counts the world " nothing ? and what can be lon°; to him that thinks " his life but a fpan long ?" In order to perfuade chriftians not to return...
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Biographia evangelica

Erasmus Middleton - 1816
...long, and that was by looking upon things which were not seen, which are eternal, 2 Cor. iv. 17, 18. " What can be great to him that counts the world " nothing? and what can be long to him that thinks " his life but a span long ?" In order to persuade Christians not to return railing for railing, he would...
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Evangelical Biography: Or, An Historical Account of the Lives & Deaths of ...

Erasmus Middleton - Christian biography - 1816
...long, and that was by looking upon things which were not seen, which are eternal, 2 Cor. iv. 17, 18. " What can be great to him that counts the world " nothing ? and what can be long to him that thinks " his life but a span long ?" In order to persuade Christians not to return railing for railing, he would...
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The afflicted man's companion: or, A directory for persons and families ...

John Willison, Benjamin Grosvenor, American Tract Society - Religion - 1851 - 343 pages
...and that was by looking unto the things that are not seen, which are eternal. 2 Cor. 4 : 17, 18. For what can be great to him that counts the world nothing ; and what can be long to him that counts his life but a span long ? When he saw a Christian look sad, he would say as Jonadab did to...
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The Primitive Church Magazine

1854
...bnt all is not done.'" AFFLICTIONS. The afflictions of Christians are neither great nor long ; for what can be great to him that counts the world nothing, and what can be long to him that counts thia life but a span. A OOOD REPLY. A little boy being asked what meetness was, replied : "...
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