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" We that are so young are but lately made alive; therefore we should not forget His forming hand who hath made us alive. We that cannot speak plain should lisp out praises to Him who teacheth us how to speak, and hath opened our dumb lips. When we could... "
A Spelling Book: Containing Exercises in Orthography, Pronunciation, and Reading - Page 63
by William Bolles - 1828
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The Primary School Reader: Designed for the First Class in Primary ..., Part 3

William Draper Swan - Readers (Elementary) - 1844
...plain, should lisp out praises to Him who teacheth us how to speak, and hath opened our dumb lips. When we could not think of him, he thought of us ;...and causeth them to grow ; he maketh us strong, and tall, and nimble. Every day we are more active than the former day ; therefore every day we ought to...
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Little Walter, Or, A Mother's First Lessons on Religious Subjects

Mrs. Samuel Greg, Walter (fict.name.) - Christian education - 1855 - 303 pages
...plain, should lisp out praises to Him who teacheth us how to speak, and hath opened our dumb lips. When we could not think of Him, he thought of us ;...many blessings. He fashioneth our tender limbs, and causoth them to grow ; He maketh us strong, and tall, and nimble. Every day we are more active than...
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The Second Reader: Consisting of Easy and Progressive Lessons

Salem Town - Children's literature - 1856 - 192 pages
...plain, should lisp our praises to Him who teaches us how to speak, and hath opened our dumb lips. 8. When we could not think of Him, He thought of us; before we could ask Him to bless us, lie had already given us many blessings. 9. He fashioneth our tender limbs, and causcth them to grow....
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Seven Stormy Sundays

Lucretia Peabody Hale - Devotional literature - 1858 - 370 pages
...plain should lisp out praises to him, who teacheth us how to speak, and hath opened our dumb lips. " When we could not think of him, he thought of us ;...limbs, and causeth them to grow ; he maketh us strong, tall, and nimble. " Every day we arc more active than the former day ; therefore every day we ought...
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The Second Reader

Salem Town - 1858
...Him, He thought of us; before we could ask Him to bless us, He had already given us many blessings. 9. He fashioneth our tender limbs, and causeth them to grow. He maketh us strong, tall, and nimble. 10. Every day we are more active than the former day; therefore every day we should...
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Seven Stormy Sundays

Lucretia Peabody Hale - Devotional literature - 1858 - 370 pages
...plain should lisp out praises to him, who tcacheth us how to speak, and hath opened our dumb lips. " When we could not think of him, he thought of us; before wo could ask him to bless us, he had already given us many blessings. " He fashioneth our tender limbs,...
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A Third[-fourth] Class Reader

George Stillman Hillard - 1859
...plain, should lisp out praises to Him who teacheth us how to speak, and hath opened our dumb lips. When we could not think of him, he thought of us ;...bless us, he had already given us many blessings. Every day we are more active than the former day; therefore every day we ought to praise him better...
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Little Walter, or A mother's first lessons on religious subjects [by mrs. S ...

Walter (fict.name.), Mrs. Samuel Greg - 1862 - 281 pages
...plain, should lisp out praises to him who teacheth us how to speak, and hath opened our dumb lips. When we could not think of Him, he thought of us;...and causeth them to grow; He maketh us strong, and tail, and nimble. Every day we are more active than the former day; therefore every day we ought to...
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The Intermediate Reader: For the Use of Schools : with an Introductory ...

George Stillman Hillard - Readers - 1843 - 246 pages
...plain, should lisp out praises to Him who teacheth us how to speak, and hath opened our dumb lips. 9. When we could not think of Him, He thought of us ;...bless us, He had already given us many blessings. 11. Every day we are more active than the former day ; therefore every day we ought to praise Him better...
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Hymns in Prose for Children

Mrs. Barbauld (Anna Letitia) - Christian life - 1864 - 100 pages
...should lisp out praises to Him who teacheth us how to speak, and hath opened our -., -v. dumb lips. When we could not think of Him, He thought of us ;...bless us, He had already given us many blessings. w He fashioneth our tender limbs, and causeth them to grow ; He maketh us strong, and tall, and nimble....
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