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" ... to take no notice of at all. But yet, if we will amend, let us consider how we obscure the glory of God, disparage the prayers of the Church, and show ourselves unworthy of the mercy received, if we do not cause open thanks to be given for our deliverance.... "
The litany, with the occasional prayers and thanksgivings - Page 413
by Thomas Comber - 1676
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The Penny Sunday Reader

Rev. Molesworth - 1837
...do not cause open thanks to be given for our deliverance. Let us observe how base a temper it shews, to be craving and importunate till we get a mercy,...it, to regard him no more of whom we begged it. How rha.ll it be known that God hath shewn mercy, or that the prayers of the faithful prevailed ? How shall...
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The domestic chaplain; or, Sermons on family duties for every ..., Volume 2

John Edward Nassau Molesworth - 1838
...do not cause open thanks to be given for our deliverance. Let us observe how base a temper it shows, to be craving and importunate till we get a mercy,...it, to regard him no more of whom we begged it. How shall it be known that God hath shown mercy, or that the prayers of the faithful prevailed ? How shall...
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A guide to infirm, sick and dying members of the Church of England

Henry Stretton - Church work with the sick - 1852 - 380 pages
...do not cause open thanks to be given for our deliverance. Let us observe how base a temper it shows, to be craving and importunate till we get a mercy,...it, to regard Him no more of whom we begged it. How shall it be known that GOD hath showed mercy, or the prayers of the faithful prevailed ? How shall...
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