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" When his relations wept about him, he was displeased, saying, " What ! are you troubled that God is calling home his children ? If you think I am afraid of death, you are mistaken ; for I have no fear of death upon me. "
The History and Antiquities of Dissenting Churches and Meeting Houses, in ... - Página 151
por Walter Wilson - 1814
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The Nonconformist's Memorial: Being an Account of the Lives, Sufferings, and ...

Edmund Calamy - 1802
...agonies, he repeated that text, • The heart knoweth his own bitterness, and a stranger jntermeddleth not with his joy.' — " You know (says he) .what...will my glory and triumph be after these sharp pains !" When his relations wept about him, he was displeased, saying, " What! are you troubled that God...
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The Nonconformist's Memorial: Being an Account of the Lives, Sufferings, and ...

Edmund Calamy - 1802 - 434 páginas
...therefore have I spoken." Wheu those about him pitied him in his agonies, he repeated that text, ' The heart knoweth his own bitterness, and a stranger...my pains are, but you know not what my consolations fere. O how sweet will my glory and triumph be after these 'sharp pains !" When his relations wept...
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The Panoplist, Or, the Christian's Armory, Volumen2

1807
...the heart knoweth its own bitterness, and* a stranger intermecldleth not with its joy." " Yon know what my pains are, but you know not what my consolations are. Oh,' how sweet will my glory an& triumph be after these sharppains !" When his relations wept about...
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The Panoplist (and Missionary magazine) conducted by an association of ...

1807
...the heart knoweth its own bitterness, and a stranger intermeddleth not with its joy." " " You know what my pains are, but you know not what my consolations are. Oh, how sweet will my glory and triumph be alter these sharp pains !" When his relations wept about...
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The works of ... William Huntington ... to the close of the year MDCCCVI.

William Huntington (works.) - 1811
...corruptions against the heavenly contents. John's little book produced the wise man's twofold ingredients : " The heart knoweth his own bitterness; and a stranger intermeddleth not with his joy." And this hath been the experience of all that ever received the word of God in power, in the Holy Ghost,...
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Posthumous letters [ed. by E. Sanderson].

William Huntington - 1815
...embalmed. The sweet Lamb and bitter herbs were eaten together; and these two are in all his saints; " the heart knoweth his own bitterness, and a stranger intermeddleth not with his joy." Therefore " in the day of prosperity be joyful, and in the day of adversity consider; God hath set...
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The Whole Works Of...Oliver Heywood Now First Collected, Revised & Arranged ...

Oliver Reywood - 1825
...paradisus — Hieronym. t 1 Sam. xx. 40, 41. 'x Thus that word of Solomon is verified, Prov. xiv. 10, " The heart knoweth his own bitterness, and a stranger intermeddleth not with his joy," that is, no creature on earth is privy to the secret groans or sweet solace of a retired saint. SECTION...
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Morning Exercises for the Closet: for Every Day in the Year ...

William Jay - 1829 - 568 páginas
...his old scar-worn comrade can attest the truth of them. In religious matters, more than in any other, the heart knoweth his own bitterness, and a stranger intermeddleth not with his joy. But the secret of the Lord is with them that fear him. We allow that this chapter has been much perverted....
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Evening Exercises for the Closet: For Every Day in the Year

William Jay - 1832
...his presence ; petitions to be only poured into his ear ; griefs to be lodged only in his bosom. " The heart knoweth his own bitterness ; and a stranger intermeddleth not with his joy." The third was self-acquaintance. Self-knowledge is the most important and difficult. Persons may live...
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Evening Exercises for the Closet: For Every Day in the Year

William Jay - 1833
...his presence ; petitions to be only poured into his ear ; griefs to be lodged only in his bosom. " The heart knoweth his own bitterness ; and a stranger intermeddleth not with his joy ." The third was self-acquaintance. Self-knowledge is the most important and difficult. Persons may...
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