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" Would God it were evening !' and, in the evening,  "
The Living Age ... - Page 272
by Eliakim Littell, Robert S. Littell - 1868
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The art of contentment

Richard Allestree - Contentment - 1677 - 214 pages
...life,Jhall hang in doubt before thee , and thou J halt fear day and night ; in the morning thou Jk wit fay , would God it were evening , and in the evening , would God it were morning , Deut, z&. 65- , 66,67. 69. AND what can be more wretched then to have a mind thus agitated and toft,...
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Sermons, and other discourses, Volume 2

Samuel Lavington - 1815
...are" filled with tossings to and fro to the dawning of the day :" so that in the morning they say, Would God it were evening ; and in the evening, Would God it were morning. And the few that escape those acute diseases, find the common infirmities of old age more than they can...
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The Friend of Peace, Volumes 1-2

Noah Worcester - Peace - 1816
...thou shall fear day and night, and shalt have no assurance of thy life. In the morning thou shalt say, Would God it were evening ! and in the evening, Would God it were morning ! for the fear of thine heart which thou shalt fear, and for the sight of thine eyes which thou shalt...
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The Utica Christian Magazine, Volume 3

Theology - 1816
...concluded it was better for me to die than to live. In this situation I co'uld say in the morning, " Would God it were evening, and, in the evening, would God it were morning." Instances of death left rather a pleasing, than a gloomy impression on my mind ; for I considered that...
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The Friend of Peace: To which is Prefixed A Solemn Review of the Custom of ...

Noah Worcester, Philo Pacificus - Peace - 1817 - 277 pages
...thou shall fear day and night, and shall have no assurance of thy life. In the morning thou shall say, Would God it were evening ! and in the evening, Would God it were morning ! for the fear of thine heart which Ihou shalt fear, and for the sight of thine eyes which thou shalt...
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The Friendly visitor, publ by W.C. Wilson

William Carus Wilson
...and fatigue, of joy and sorrow, than to endure this dismal serenity than to say in the morning, " would God it were evening:" and in the evening, "would God it were morning." A FATHER'S MEDITATION UPON THE ANNIVERSARY OF THE DEATH OF A BELOVED CHILD. This day, the anniversary...
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Baptist Magazine and Literary Review, Volume 11

Baptists - 1819
...the nights ! I can say with Job, Wearisome nights are appointed tome: when it i* morning, I say, would God it were evening ! and in the evening, would God it were morning ! ' Jan. 11. Her nights and days were now full of pain ; her appetite almost entirely failed her,...
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The Investigator (or, Quarterly magazine) [ed. by W.B. Collyer, T. Raffles ...

William Bengo' Collyer - 1820
...I am so obdurate and insensible, that nothing affects me as it ought to do. In the morning I say, ' Would God it were evening ! ' and in the evening, ' Would God it were morning!' My poor, distracted, and irresolute heart is at times ready to break. Oh ! that I could be persuaded...
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The Christian guardian (and Church of England magazine).

Religion - 1826
...fatigue, of joy and sorrow, than to endure this dismal serenity, than to say in the morning, " would God it were evening ; and in the evening, would God it were morning." " Such is what we shall not find in heaven. But what is it that is there ? What vast fund of unexampled...
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The practical works of Richard Baxter: with a life of the author ..., Volume 22

Richard Baxter, William Orme - 1830
...languishing under continual weakness, and groaning under most grievous pains, crying, in the morning, ' Would God it were evening !' and, in the evening, ' Would God it were morning!' weary of going, weary of sitting, weary of standing, weary of lying, weary of eating, of speaking,...
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