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" ... and mountains out of their place, and raising the bed of the ocean from the lowest abyss, so as to form a portion of elevated land; all which changes appear to have been effected in the by-past revolutions of our globe, and both events are equally... "
The Dignity of Human Nature: Or, a Brief Account of the Certain and ... - Page 327
by James Burgh - 1767
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Lectures on the prophecies of Isaiah, Volume 1

Robert MacCulloch - 1791
...fifth verfe, called his well-beloved, is the Lord of hofts, of whom he here fpeaks. This mighty Lord, who does in the armies of heaven, and among the inhabitants of this earth, whatever pleafeth him, was the object of our prophet's fupreme affection, and the perfon...
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The dignity of human nature: Or, a brief account of the certain and ...

James Burgh - 1794 - 544 pages
...way he pleafes ; and who puts " one down, and fets another up ; who does in the ar" mies of heaven, and among the inhabitants of the " earth, whatever...Scripture of our world, and its inhabitants, and their aflairs, is that which muft appear to an eye obferving from above, not from the earth. For Scripture...
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Lectures on the Prophecies of Isaiah, Volume 2

Robert MacCulloch - Bible - 1794
...accompli fhed. In fuch inftances, let us adore the great Difpofer of all perfons and events, who doth in the armies of heaven, and among the inhabitants of the earth, whatever pleafeth him. And let thofe who are advanced to ftations of diflinguimed eminence remember, that it...
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The Dignity of Human Nature: Or, A Brief Account of the Certain and ...

James Burgh - Conduct of life - 1802 - 413 pages
...them is, that they were the effefl: of the Divine Difpofal, brought about by Him, " in " whofe hand are the hearts of kings, who turns them which way...whatever feems good to Him, and whofe hand none can " flay, or fay, What doft thou ?" The. view given in Scripture of our world, and its inhabitants,...
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The dignity of human nature, or, A brief account of the certain and ...

James Burgh - Conduct of life - 1812 - 527 pages
...hand are the heartsof kings, who turns them which way he pleases ; and who ptits one down, and sets another up ; who does in the armies of heaven, and among the inhabitants of the earth, whatever seems good to Him, and whose hand none can stay, or say, What dost thou?" The view given in scripture...
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Of knowledge

James Burgh - Conduct of life - 1816
...hand are the hearts of kings, who turns them which way he pleases ; and who puts one down, and sets another up ; who does in the armies of heaven, and among the inhabitants of the earth, whatever seems good to Him, and whose hand none can stay, or say, " What doest thou ?" The view given in Scripture...
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Of prudence

James Burgh - Conduct of life - 1816
...opposes perfect rectitude, armed with Omnipotence, must sooner or later be crushed before him : for he does in the armies of heaven, and among the inhabitants of the earth, whatever seems to him good, and none can stay his hand. The virtuous and pious soul has, above all, such evidence...
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Celestial Scenery: Or, The Wonders of the Planetary System Displayed

Astronomy - 1838 - 390 pages
...revolutions of our globe, and both events are equally within the power and the control of Him " who rules in the armies of heaven and among the inhabitants of the earth," whatever physical agents he may choose to select for the accomplishment of his purposes. In the course of the...
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Celestial scenery: or, The wonders of the planetary system displayed ...

Thomas Dick - Astronomy - 1838 - 422 pages
...revolutions O of our globe, and both events are equally within the power and the control of Him " who rules in the armies of heaven and among the inhabitants of the earth," whatever physical agents he may choose to select for the accomplishment of his purposes. In the course of the...
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The complete works of Thomas Dick, Volume 3

Thomas Dick - Educational sociology - 1850
...revolutions of our globe, and both events are equally within the power and the control of Him " who rules in the armies of heaven and among the inhabitants of the earth," whatever physical agents he may choose to select for the accomplishment of his purposes. In the course of the...
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