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And if these things , as being thine by right , Move not thy heavy grace , thou shalt in me , Livelier than elsewhere , Stella's image see . 6 * COME , SLEEP , O SLEEP , THE CERTAIN KNOT OF PEACEP : 2 baiting - place : a place for ...
The first sort by their own suggestion fell , Self - tempted , self - depraved : Man falls , deceived 130 By the other first : Man therefore shall find grace , The other none . In mercy and justice both , Through heaven and earth ...
65 I bless and praise thy matchless might , When thousands thou hast left in night , That I am here afore thy sight , For gifts and grace A burning and a shining light To a ' this place . What was I , or my generation , That I should ...
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