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" Spirit, with which, for awful reasons, he has animated a portion of matter on earth, that we call man. It is a silent act in which the soul divests itself of outward things, flies into heaven and pours forth all its wants, wishes, hopes, fears, guilt... "
Letters of William Thompson, Lately Deceased, with a Sketch of His Life - Página 16
por William Thompson - 1818 - 150 páginas
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Letters to a Young Lady on a Variety of Useful and Interesting Subjects ...

Rev. John Bennett - 1811 - 239 páginas
...awful reasons, he has animated a pirtion of matter upon earth, that we call man. It is ,1 «iK.m art, in which the soul divests itself of outward things,...forth all its wants, wishes, hopes, fears, guilt or pleasures, into the bosom ol'an aimighfy friend. B a Though this devotion, in its first stages, may...
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Letters to a Young Lady: On a Variety of Useful and Interesting Subjects ...

Rev. John Bennett - 1811 - 318 páginas
...and that particular spirit, with which, for awful reasons, he Its animated a portion nf matter upon earth, that we call man. It is a silent act, in which the soul divests 'tself of outward things, flies into heaven) -ad pours forth all its wari^ wishes, hopes, fears, gf.h...
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A Treatise on Fundamental Doctrines of the Christian Religion: In which are ...

Jesse Kersey - 1815 - 107 páginas
...preserves the universe, and that particular Spirit, with which, for awful reasons, he has animated a portion of matter on earth, that we call man. It is...or pleasure, into the bosom of an Almighty Friend. True devotion doubtless requires a considerable degree of abstraction from the world ; that we hear...
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Letters to a Young Lady: On a Variety of Useful and Interesting Subjects

Rev. John Bennett - 1818 - 332 páginas
...ami that particular spirit, with which, for awful reasons, he has animated a portion of matter upon earth, that we call man. It is a silent act, in which...forth all its wants, wishes, hopes, fears, guilt or pleasures, into the bosom of an •Haughty friend. Though this devotion, in its first stages, may be...
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Methodist Review, Volumen1

1818
...which, for awful reasons, he has animated a portion of matter upon earth, that we call man. It is an act in which the soul divests itself of outward things...forth all its wants, wishes, hopes fears, guilt or pleasures, into the bosom of an Almighty Friend. Though this devotion in its first stages, may be a...
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A Treatise on Fundamental Doctrines of the Christian Religion: In which are ...

Jesse Kersey - 1818 - 142 páginas
...particular spirit, with which, for awful reasons, he has animated a portion: D of matter on earth, that \ve call man, It is a silent act in which the soul divests itselfof outward things, flies into heaven and pours forth all its wants, wishes, hopes, fea-rs, guilt...
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Churchman's Magazine, Volumen1

1821
...inconceivable Spirit, with which, for awful reasons, he has animated a portion of matter upon earth, which we call man. It is a silent act, in which the soul...or pleasure, into the bosom of an Almighty friend. Though this devotion, in its first stages, may be a wearisome or insipid exercise, yet this arises...
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine, Volumen39

1816
...which, for awful reasons, he has animated a portion of matter upon earth,, that we call ipan. It Is an act in which the soul divests itself of outward things ; flies into heajven, and pours forth all iU wants, wishes, hopes, fearfi gu|l*» or pleasure*, into the bosom of...
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The Cottager's monthly visitor, Volumen4

1824
...universe, and that particular Spirit, with which for awful reasons he has animated a portion of matter upon earth, that we call man. It is a silent act, in which...forth all its wants, wishes, hopes, fears, guilt, or pleasures, into the bosom of an Almighty Friend.— True devotion requires a considerable degree of...
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The Friend, ed. by R. Smith, Vol. [1st and 2nd eds. of vol.1. The ..., Volumen1

Robert Smith - 1829
...and that spiritual essence with which, for awful reasons, he has animated a portion of matter upon earth, that we call man. It is a silent act, in which...or pleasure, into the bosom of an Almighty friend. Though this devotion, in its first stages, may be a wearisome or insipid exercise, yet this arises...
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