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" at liberty to reconcile our prayer with his own predetermined will, the Chriftian does not very critically examine, his precife and immediate duty being to pray, and not to examine; and 'probably this being among the *' fecret things which " belong to... "
Strictures on the Modern System of Female Education: With a View of the ... - Page 4
by Hannah More - 1799 - 322 pages
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Strictures on the Modern System of Female Education: With a View ..., Volume 2

Hannah More - Monastic religious life of women - 1799
...with the general fcheme of God's plan in the government of human affairs ; how God has left himfelf at liberty to reconcile our prayer with his own predetermined...it will lie hidden among thofe numberlefs myfteries which we mall not fully underftand till faith is loft in fight. In the mean time it is enough for the...
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The spirit of prayer, selected and compiled by herself from portions on that ...

Hannah More - 1825
...with the general scheme of God's plan in the government of human affairs; how God has left himself at liberty to reconcile our prayer with his own predetermined will, the Christian does not very critically examine, his precise and immediate duty being to pray, and not to...
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Spirit of Prayer Selected ...

Hannah More - Prayer - 1826 - 171 pages
...with the general scheme of God's plan iri the government of human affairs; how God has left himself at liberty to reconcile our prayer with his own predetermined will, the Christian does not very critically examine, his precise and immediate duty being to pray, and not to...
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The Spirit of Prayer

Hannah More - Prayer - 1826 - 226 pages
...with the general scheme of God's plan in the government of human affairs ; how God has left himself at liberty to reconcile our prayer with his own predetermined will, the Christian does not very critically examine, his precise and immediate duty being to pray, and not to...
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The Works of Hannah More in Eleven Volumes

Hannah More - Children - 1830
...with the general scheme of God's plan in the government of human affairs; how God has left himself at liberty to reconcile our prayer with his own predetermined will, the Christian does not very critically examine, his precise and immediate duty being to pray, and not to...
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The works of Hannah More, Volume 11

Hannah More - 1830
...with the general scheme of God's plan in the government of human affairs; how God has left himself at liberty to reconcile our prayer with his own predetermined will; the Christian does not very critically examine, his precise and immediate duty being to pray, and not to...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volume 5

Hannah More - English literature - 1830
...with the general scheme of God's plan in the government of human affairs; how God has left himself at liberty to reconcile our prayer with his own predetermined will, the Christian does not very critically examine, his precise and immediate duty being to pray, and not to...
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The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life, Volume 1

Hannah More - 1832
...prayer with hiť own predetermined will, the Christian does not very critically examine, bis precise and immediate duty being to pray, and not to examine; and probably this being among the 'secret things which belong to God, 1 and not to us, it will lie hidden among those numberless mysteries...
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The spirit of prayer, selected and compiled by herself from portions on that ...

Hannah More - 1835
...with the general scheme of God's plan in the government of human affairs; how God has left himself at liberty to reconcile our prayer with his own predetermined will; the Christian does not very critically examine, his precise and immediate duty being to pray, and not to...
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The spirit of prayer, selected and compiled by herself from portions on that ...

Hannah More - 1836
...with the general scheme of God's plan in the government of human affairs, how God has left himself at liberty to reconcile our prayer with his own predetermined will; the Christian does not very critically examine, his precise and immediate duty being to pray, and not to...
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