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" Can a man take fire in his bosom, and his clothes not be burned? Can one go upon hot coals, and his feet not be burned? "
The Christian Spectator - Página 579
1828
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Principles of the Interior Or Hidden Life: Designed Particularly for the ...

Thomas Cogswell Upham - 1844 - 520 páginas
...Scripture. And the question is well asked in the book of Proverbs, 6 : 27, 28, " Can a man take fire into his bosom and his clothes not be burned ? Can one go upon hot coals, and his feet not be burned?" The Christian, who is desirous of securing fully the approbation of his heavenly Father, must be careful...
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The useful Christian

1844
...its contents ; and these words were powerfully brought home to his conscience — " My dear husband, can one go upon hot coals, and his feet not be burned ?" Conviction instantly darted into his mind. He stood self-condemned; and he fell down on his knees,...
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American Protestant Magazine, Volumen4

1848
...no pernicious or vitiating influence exerted upon the morals of the community. "Can a man take fire in his bosom, and his clothes not be burned ? -Can one go upon hot coals, and his feet not be burned ?" One of the alarming symptoms at the present moment is, the indifference or unbelief so prevalent...
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Rills from the Fountain of Wisdom: Or, the Book of Proverbs Arranged and ...

1845 - 190 páginas
...to a pieoo of bread : and the adulteress will hunt for the precious life. Can a man take fire in bis bosom, and his clothes not be burned ? Can one go upon hot coals, and his feet not be burned ? So he that goeth in to his neighbour's wife ; whosoever toucheth her shall not he innocent. Whoso loveth...
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The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository

...thousands. Fatal delusion ! It is the devil's logic, and not worth a farthing — only to himself. " Can one go upon hot coals and his feet not be burned?" Not more likely can a person associate with bad companions and remain uncontaminated. The injurious...
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The Holy Bible, Containing the New and Old Testaments Translated Out of the ...

1845 - 691 páginas
...hunt for the precious life. 27 Can a man take tire in his busom, and his clothes not be burned? 28 man or maiden, old man ? 29 So he that goeth in tnhis neighbour's wife ; whosoever toucheth her shall not be innocent. 30...
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The Sunday school magazine, and journal of Christian instruction ..., Volumen6

1846
...you out ' is the language of the Bible ; and hundreds have found it true. ' Can a man take fire into his bosom and his clothes not be burned ? Can one go upon hot coals and his feet not be burned?' And so, my dear boy, you see it is impossible to commit sin without its being foundout sooner or later....
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Reasons for Our Hope: Comprising Upwards of a Thousand Scriptural Evidences ...

J. Victor Wilson - 1846 - 313 páginas
...fearful sound is in his ears.' — Jobxv. 21. 'Can a man takefo-e in his bosom and his clothes be not burned ? Can one go upon hot coals and his feet not be burned ?' — Prov. vi. 27, 28. For 'wickedness burneth like fire.' — Isa. ix. 5. How well did the Wise...
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The Church of England Magazine, Volumen21

1846
...resnrrection of Jesus Christ! "Can a man take fire into his bosom, and his clothes not be burned 1 Can one go upon hot coals, and his feet not be burned '." Fire has proved in the • Greek church a dangerous symbol : let our sentimental gentlemen of England...
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Selected Works of S. Ephrem the Syrian, Volumen41

Saint Ephraem (Syrus) - 1847 - 449 páginas
...loins, that Fire for her incense. Ruth is perhaps called ' a coal' in allusion to I'rov. vi. 27. ' Can one go upon hot coals and his feet not be burned,' &c. In Gen. 38. p. 90. c. he makes Tamarsay, ' Thy Knowledge, [O God,] condemneth me not of a deed...
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