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" Iron sharpeneth iron ; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend. "
The Methodist Quarterly Review - Page 588
1858
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Lectures on Preaching and the Several Branches of the Ministerial Office ...

Philip Doddridge - Preaching - 1804 - 126 pages
...polished, you may with advantage set in your sermons. § 9. (2.) It will awaken your own spirits. " As iron sharpeneth iron, so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend." Experience often proves this.— Lord' s-day evening's conversation is sometimes particularly sweet...
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The Experience and Gospel Labours of the Rev. Benjamin Abbott: To which is ...

Benjamin Abbott, John Ffirth - Methodist Church - 1805 - 240 pages
...edification of the church : many, on those occasions, have witnessed the truth of Solomon's assertion, Iron sharpeneth Iron ; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend. Prov. xxvii. 17. For my own part, I have thought that his appearance in the congregation was a means...
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A Short and Plain Exposition of the Old Testament: With Devotional ..., Volume 5

Job Orton, Robert Gentleman - Bible - 1805
...a perfume in his hand, and think thereby to conceal it, but growing warm it will until the more* 1? Iron sharpeneth iron ; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend ; friendshi/i if rightly managed is of the greatest use ; wise friends whet one another* minds, and...
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The Christian Monitor, Volume 2

Christian life - 1806
...acquired in no other way j and contributes much to establish our opinions, and direct our pursuits. " As iron sharpeneth iron, so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend." Hence, sentiments, incidentally expressed at first, not unfrequently gain a complete ascendency over...
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The Modern Philosopher: Or Terrible Tractoration! In Four Cantos, Most ...

Thomas Green Fessenden - American poetry - 1806 - 271 pages
...of society. That this was well known to the wisest of men, is evident from this adage of Solomon : " Iron sharpeneth iron ; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend." The want of a proper communication among animal Leyden phials is the cause of the gloom of the solitaire....
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A Scripture Account of the Faith and Practice of Christians: Consisting of ...

Hugh Gaston - Bible - 1807 - 506 pages
...the day of thy calamity, for better is a neighbour that is near, than a brother far oil'. Ver. 17. Iron sharpeneth iron, so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend. John xv. 13. Greater love hath no man than this, that a man lay down his life for his friends. 1 John...
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The baptist Magazine

...holy bravery he sought to subdue secured much of its nourishment from the fellowship of kindred minds. "Iron sharpeneth iron ; so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend." There is a strange power in numbers. Who hath not felt it ? The same sermon is not the same, when,...
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The Holy Bible: Containing the Old and New Testaments; Together with the ...

1809 - 959 pages
...Whosoever hideth her hideth the •wind, and the ointment of his right hand which bewrayeth itself. 17 rcumcise the flesh 18 Whoso keepeth the tig-tree shall eat the fruit thereof : so he th.it waiteth on his master shall...
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Practical Essays on the Morning and Evening Services of the Church ..., Volume 1

Thomas Tregenna Biddulph - 1810
...heart and an audible voice we join together in a profession of our faith? we encourage each other. " Iron sharpeneth " iron; so a man sharpeneth the countenance " of his friend." f " Let .us therefore consider " one another to provoke iiulo love and to " good works; not forsaking...
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The works of ... William Huntington ... to the close of the year MDCCCVI.

William Huntington (works.) - 1811
...more in your little hut. Shepherd. I thank you, my dear friend: and I am as glad to see you ; for, as iron sharpeneth iron, so a man sharpeneth the countenance of his friend. Steward. I came twice to see your little hut (luring your absence; and I perceived that some mischievous...
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