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" Never," replied Godwin the preacher. "Then I am safe," said the man whose last years had been stained by cruelty and tyranny; "for I am sure I was once in a state of grace. "
A New-England Tale; Or, Sketches of New-England Character and Manners - Page 156
by Catharine Maria Sedgwick - 1995 - 208 pages
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Orthodox preaching ... defended, by a layman

Orthodox preaching - 1841
...answering in the negative: the Protector instantly resumed courage, and replied, " Then I am safe, for I am sure I was once in a state of grace." Such spiritual advisers as this man had are now spreading amongst us ; and many are the instances which...
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The History of England from the Invasion of Julius Csar to the ..., Volume 5

David Hume - Great Britain - 1848
...asked Goodwin, one of his preachers, if the doctrine were true, that the elect could never fall or suffer a final reprobation. "Nothing more certain,"...Then I am safe," said the protector : " for I am sure that once I was in a state of grace." His physicians were sensible of the perilous condition to which...
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The Church review, and ecclesiastical register ..., Volume 1, Issues 1848-1849

1849
...Doctor answered in the negative, according to the prevailing notion, he replied — " then I am safe, for I am sure I was once in a state of grace." In making his own reflections upon these facts, the reader will scarcely fail to think of the calm,...
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The history of England [by J.A. Hessey].

James Augustus Hessey - 1849
...the awful and delusive assurance that such a fall is not possible. " Then," said he, " I am safe ; for I am sure I was once in a state of grace." Richard Cromwell was proclaimed Protector on his father's death ; but it was plain that he had not...
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NEW ENGLAND TALE, AND MISCELLANIES

CATHERINE M. SEDGWICK - 1852
...would destroy her reason, sought only, for the remainder of the day and the following night, to soothe and quiet her. She remained by her bedside, and silently...events but a few years. She was finally carried off by scrofula, a disease from which she had suffered all her life, and which had probably increased the...
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The History of England

Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain) - Great Britain - 1854 - 196 pages
...the awful and delusive assurance that such a fall is not possible. " Then," said he, " I am safe ; for I am sure I was once in a state of grace." Richard Cromwell was proclaimed Protector on his father's death ; but it was plain that he had not...
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Literary and Historical Miscellanies

George Bancroft - German literature - 1855 - 517 pages
...preacher. "Then am I safe," said the man whose last years had been stained by cruelty and tyranny ; " for I am sure I was once in a state of grace." Ximenes languished from disappointment at the loss of power and the want of royal favor. A smile from...
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The History of England from the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the ..., Volume 5

David Hume - Great Britain - 1856
...asked Goodwin, one of his preachers, if the doctrine were true, that the elect could never fall, or suffer a final reprobation. " Nothing more certain,"...replied the preacher. " Then I am safe," said the prokector ; " for I am sure that once I was in a state of grace." His physicians were sensible of the...
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Hume and Smollet's Celebrated History of England from Its First Settlement ...

David Hume - Great Britain - 1858 - 504 pages
...one of his preachers, if it were true that the elect could never fall or suffer final reprobation 1 " Nothing more certain," replied the preacher. " Then I am safe," said the protector, " for I am sure that I was once in a state of grace." He died on the third of September, a day which he had always...
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The History of England: From the Invasion of Julius Csar to the Revolution ...

David Hume - Great Britain - 1858
...asked Goodwin, one of his preachers, if the doctrine were true, that the elect could never fall, or suffer a final reprobation. " Nothing more certain,"...replied the preacher. " Then I am safe," said the prowector ; " for I am sure that once I was in a state of grace." His physicians were sensible of the...
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