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" Mercies ; nay, it is even this which fweetens all other Mercies to us. Had there been no Redemption, our Creation had only made us capable of endlefs Torments, and it had been better for us never to have- been born, than to be born to inevitable Ruin... "
The litany, with the occasional prayers and thanksgivings - Page 419
by Thomas Comber - 1676
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The Whole Works of the Most Rev. James Ussher...: With a Life of the Author...

James Ussher - 1660
...considereth that we are but dust ; " Forb by Jesus Christ he delivereth us from the wrath to come." It had been better for us never to have been born, than to be born firebrands of hell. But now the point is, that we are " brands1 plucked out of the fire." It is fit...
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Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments and Other Rites ...

1765
...a Mercy far above all other Mercies ; nay, it is even this which fweetens all other Mercies to us. Had there been no Redemption, our Creation had only...to have- been born, than to be born to inevitable Ruin j which muft have been our Lot and Portion, had not " the Son " of God, by his own Oblation of...
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An exposition on the Book of common prayer; with notes. [With] A companion ...

1765
...Mcrci«» nay, it is even this which fwectens allother Mercies to us. Had there been no Redemption,our Creation had only made us capable of endlefs Torments,...never to have been born, than to be born to inevitable Ruin j which muft have been our Lot and Portion, had not " the Son of God, by his «' own Oblation...
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An exposition on the Book of common prayer; with notes. [With] A companion ...

1765
...no Redemption, our Creation had only made us capable of endlefs Torments, and it had been better fox us never to have been born, than to be born to inevitable Ruin ; which muft have been our Lot and Portion, had not*' the Son of God, by his " own Oblation of...
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The Book of common prayer, explained by a paraphrase at the bottom of each page

1779
...Mercies to us : Had there been no Redemption, our Creation had only made us cap ble of endlefs Tormrnt?, and it had been better for us never to have been born, than to inevitable Ruin; which mti ft h^ve been our Lot and Portion, had not * the SM of ' God, by his own...
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The new Week's preparation for a worthy receiving of the Lord's supper

Week - 1812
...other mercies to us. 2. Had there been no redemption, our creartion had only made us capable of endleis torments, and it had been better for us never to have been born, than to have been born to inevitable ruin ; which muft have been our lot and portion, had not the Son of God,...
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The New Week's Preparation for a Worthy Receiving of the Lords Supper, as ...

Lord's Supper - 1770 - 156 pages
...mercyy mercy far above all other mercies ; nay, it is even this whichfweetensall other merciesto us. 2. Had there been no redemption, our creation had only...been better for us never to have been born, than to have been born to inevitable ruin ; which muft have been our lot and portion, had not the fon of God,...
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A companion to the altar

William Vickers (of Sherborne lane, London.) - 1830
...other mercies to us. Had there been no redemption, our creation had only made us capable of endless torments ; and it had been better for us never to have been born, than to be born to inevitable ruin : which must hare been our lot and portion, had not "the Son of God, by his own oblation of himself,...
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