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" As thy day is, so shall thy strength be ;' and he has made his promise good. Pray for me. . . . We have a few excellent brethren here in Alton. They are sincerely desirous to know their duty in this crisis, and to do it; but as yet they cannot see that... "
Martyr Age in the United States of America: An Article from the London and ... - Page 26
by Harriet Martineau - 1839 - 36 pages
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Evangelical Magazine and Missionary Chronicle, Volume 16

Religion - 1838
...should feel that I were robbing Him, if even in thought I should claim the least share to myself. He hag said, ' As thy day is, so shall thy strength be,' and he has made his promise good. To Him be all the praise. Pray for me. " We have a few excellent brethren here in Alton. They are sincerely...
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The Youth's magazine, or Evangelical miscellany

1846
...; provided He enables us to put our full trust in Him, and to be wholly submissive to his will. He has said, " As thy day is, so shall thy strength be ;" and His word is sure. He has cordials which are not the daily food of his children when they are in ease...
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Memoirs of Eminently Pious Women, Volume 2

Samuel Burder, George Jerment - Women - 1827
...life, it is effected by means of sharp trials, which require large supplies of grace from that God who has said, " As thy day is, so shall thy strength be," and which keeps in vigorous exercise the grace which his goodness supplies. We are certain that she does...
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The correspondence and diary of Philip Doddridge, ed. by J.D. Humphreys

Philip Doddridge - 1829
...tenderness of your temper, I am really afraid you should hardly be able to bear it. But it is God who has said, " As thy Day is, so shall thy Strength be ;" and I hope you have an interest in that encouraging promise. It is now, my dear friend, the proper season...
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Correspondence and Diary, Volume 1

Philip Doddridge - 1829
...tenderness of your temper, I am really afraid you should hardly be able to bear it. But it is God who has said, " As thy Day is, so shall thy Strength be;" and I hope you have an interest in that encouraging promise. It is now, my dear friend, the proper season...
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The martyr age of the United States

Harriet Martineau - Abolitionists - 1840 - 44 pages
...keeps me alike from fear and anxiety. I read the Bible, and especially the Psalms, with a delight, a refreshing of soul I never knew before. God has...this crisis, and to do it: but as yet they cannot soe that duty requires them to maintain their cause here, at all hazards. Of this be assured, the cause...
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Sixty-six letters ... to a clergyman and his family, between the years 1791 ...

John Newton - 1844
...him in affliction, it is not because we are wise and good, but because he is faithful to his word. He has said, "As thy day is, so shall thy strength be ;" and so we find it. And therefore if we wish to be eminent in our profession, we must take the bitter and...
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Light for the house of mourning

Jabez Burns - 1850
...tenderness of your temper, I am really afraid you should hardly be able to bear it. But it is God who has said, " As thy Day is, so shall thy Strength be ;" and I hope you have an interest in that encouraging promise. It is now, my dear friend, the proper season...
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The Reformed Presbyterian magazine. Jan. 1855-July 1858, 1862-76

1862
...alike from fear and anxiety. I read the Bible, and especially the Psalms, with a delight, a ifefreshmg of soul, I never knew before. God has said, ' As thy...Alton. They are sincerely desirous to know their duty in this crisis, and to do it ; but as yet they cannot see that du requirei them to maintain their cause...
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The anti-slavery cause in America and its martyrs

Eliza Wigham - Abolitionists - 1863 - 168 pages
...keeps me alike from fear and anxiety. I read the Bible, and especially the Psalms, with a delight, a refreshing of soul, I never knew before. God has...Alton. They are sincerely desirous to know their duty in this crisis, and to do it; but as yet they cannot see that duty requires them to maintain their...
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