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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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A Survey of the Early Geography of Western Europe, as Connected with the ...

Henry Lawes Long - Celts - 1859 - 252 pages
...Goodwin, one of his preachers, if the doctrine were true that the elect could never fall, or suffer final reprobation. ' Nothing more certain,' replied...Then I am safe,' said the Protector ; ' for I am sure that once I was in a state of grace' " (Hume, c. Ixi.).1 1 The injunction to preserve inviolable silence...
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The history of England ... to the revolution in 1688, Volume 5

David Hume - 1864
...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 Christian Examiner, Volume 77

Liberalism (Religion) - 1864
...death-bed, " if those once in a state of grace could fall," and being assured not, said, " I am safe then, for I am sure I was once in a state of grace." There is a truth in this doctrine of the perseverance of saints. Some truths once fully seen, even...
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The Christian Examiner, Volume 77

Liberalism (Religion) - 1864
...death-bed, " if those once in a state of grace could fall," and being assured not, said, " I am safe then, for I am sure I was once in a state of grace." There is a truth in this doctrine of the perseverance of saints. Some truths once fully seen, even...
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THE ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF ENGLAND

JOSHUA TOULMIN SMITH - 1876
...it were possible to fall from grace. On his replying in the negative, " Then/' said he, " I am safe, for I am sure I was once in a state of grace." On the night of the 3d of September he was heard to pray to this effect: lt Lord, I am a poor, foolish...
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Essays from the North American Review

Allen Thorndike Rice - American essays - 1879 - 482 pages
...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." 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 ... to ... 1688, Volume 5

David Hume - 1882
...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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Life of Oliver Cromwell

Francis Warre Cornish - Great Britain - 1882 - 426 pages
...was possible to fall from grace ; when he received the answer, " No," " Then," he said, " I am safe ; for I am sure I was once in a state of grace." At one time of his life, then, he must have had assurance, and assurance could only be obtained by...
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Nineteenth Century Questions

James Freeman Clarke - Civilization, Modern - 1897 - 368 pages
...death-bed, " if those once in a state of grace could fall," and, being assured not, said, " I am safe then, for I am sure I was once in a state of grace." There is a truth in this doctrine of the perseverance of saints. Some truths once fully seen, even...
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Essays of American Essayists: Including Biographical and Critical Sketches ...

American essays - 1900 - 456 pages
...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." Ximenes languished from disappointment at the loss of power and the want of royal favor. A smile from...
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