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Letters to mothers - Page 55
by Lydia Howard Sigourney - 1838 - 240 pages
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The Christian Observer, Volume 10

Religion - 1812
...tender-hearted; have been either wholly neglected, er forgiving injuries, forgetting pro~ 'ocationii, «• bearing all things, believing all things, hoping all things, enduring all things." Especially, «• if any man be overtaken in * fault, let them which are spiritual restore such an...
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Occasional sermons

Robert Morehead - 1825
...provoked— as thinking no evil — as rejoicing not in iniquity, but rejoicing in the truth — as bearing all things, believing all things, hoping all things, enduring all things." These views of the universal prevalence in the soul of kind and charitable affections are evidently...
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Sermons for the different Sundays, and principal festivals of the ..., Volume 2

Thomas White - 1828
...judging, or interpreting his actions, motives, and intentions ; but, in the Spirit of genuine charity, bearing all things, believing all things, hoping all things, enduring all things, thinking no evil. (1 Cor. xiii. 7.) Judge not, and ye shall not be judged ; condemn not, and ye shall...
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The beauties of st. Francis de Sales, selected and tr. from the writings of ...

Jean Pierre Camus (bp. of Belley.) - 1829
...have endured tribulation. 12.—And lastly, Charity, which is longsuffering, kind, gentle, forgiving, bearing all things, believing all things, hoping all things, enduring all things. Oh! how should we prize those affronts and injuries which we receive, were we indeed anxious for the...
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The Morning and Evening Sacrifice; Or: Prayers for Private Persons and Families

Lord's prayer - 1831 - 400 pages
...the death of the cross. || Like him, may we be meek and lowly in heart, ever going about doing good, bearing all things, — believing all things, — hoping all things, — enduring all things,§ — and thinking it our highest honour to be fellow-workers with God, for the good of his chosen. *...
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The Scottish Christian Herald

Theology - 1839
...that deference is due to them " in the Lord." You will be willing, on His account, to honour them, " bearing all things, believing all things, hoping all things, enduring all things," if by any means, for your eakes, they may be themselves brought to honour Him, for whose sake you so...
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The Educational Magazine

Education - 1840
...carry the separation into effect. To follow, if need be, the example of her Lord's great humility, bearing all things, believing all things, hoping all things, enduring all things, even unto death — this is the duty of the Church no less than of each of her children. Not that I...
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The General Baptist repository, and Missionary observer [afterw.] The ...

1847
...their own,' ' not easily provoked,' ' thinking no evil, rejoicing not in iniquity but in the truth, bearing all things, believing all things, hoping all things, enduring all things?' But, alas ! how feeble is the manifestation of this love even by christians of the same congregation...
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Fifty-two sketches of sermons on miscellaneous subjects

Francis Close - History - 1842
...peace and resignation through the soul ! (6) Towards the world at large: — it is a passive grace — bearing all things, believing all things, hoping all things, enduring all things, &c. (ch. xiii. 7.) When reviled, it revileth not again ; when suffering, it threatens not, &c. (1 Peter...
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A Letter to His Grace the Archbishop of Canterbury, on Some Circumstances ...

Edward Bouverie Pusey, William Howley - Oxford movement - 1842 - 171 pages
...thinking no evil, rejoicing not in iniquity," (as so many now seem,) " but rejoicing in the truth, bearing all things, believing all things, hoping all things, enduring all things." Prayers for unity and peace, with mutual self-restraint and forbearance, will avail more to the healing...
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