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Page 188 - Wilt thou not from this time cry unto Me : — " My father, Thou art the guide of my youth?
Page 137 - I have no pleasure in the DEATH of a sinner, but rather that he should TURN FROM HIS WICKEDNESS AND LIVE.
Page 202 - О that my head were waters, and my eyes a fountain of tears, that I might weep day and night for the slain of the daughter of my people!
Page 3 - For this reason these familiar histories may perhaps be made of greater use than the solemnities of professed morality, and convey the knowledge of vice and virtue with more efficacy than axioms and definitions.
Page 136 - Take with you words, and turn unto the Lord, and say unto Him : Take away all iniquity and receive us graciously.
Page 203 - He hath brought me up out of the horrible pit and the miry clay ; and hath set my feet upon a rock, and hath established my goings ; and hath put a new song into my mouth, even praise to my God !' O, if I am saved it must be as
Page 216 - Mine ! — Oh, say not they are too cold, too slow to kindle. They are too easily roused, too ardent, too soon bent before an earthly idol ; but" here she laid her hand on his arm — "but the right hand must be cut off, the right eye plucked out. I would not again be their slave, under the tyranny and dominion of these elements of our fallen nature, for all the pomps and vanities which they would purchase. There be mightier obstacles than those of expediency, as thou dost well imagine, to thy suit...
Page 198 - Corinthians, when he tells them that faith stands not " in the wisdom of man, but in the power of God,