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" And they said one to another, We are verily guilty concerning our brother, in that we saw the anguish of his soul, when he besought us, and we would not hear; therefore is this distress come upon us. "
Collections of the Massachusetts Historical Society - Page 21
1843
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The golden rule: or, The royal law of equity explained ...

John Goodman - Religion - 1688 - 90 pages
...to be in (traits, and reflcd upon their former unnatural dealing with .their Brother , they cry out one to another , We. are verily Guilty concerning our Brother , in that we faw the aMgftJjb of his Soul , when. he iefought us and we would not hear , therefore is this diflrefs...
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Thirteen sermons on several practical subjects

John Havett - 1703
...as to be Happy with him hereafter. SERMOIST SERMON VII GENESIS, Ch xxxxii. Ver. 2 1 . And they [aid one to another, we are verily guilty concerning our Brother, in that we faw the Anguijb of his Soul, when he befought us, and would not hear: therefore it this Diftrefs come...
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The works of the Most Reverend Dr. John Tillotson ...

John Tillotson - Sermons, English - 1748
...they prefently reflect upon their fin againft their brother Jofeph, Gen. xlii. 21,2a. They faidone to another, We are verily guilty concerning our brother, in that- we fa-w the anguifii of his foul, when he liejought us, and we would not hear : therefore is this diftrefs...
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Sermons, Volume 1

John Conybeare - Sermons, English - 1757
...very remarkable, fo they could not but think them to be the Effects of Divine Vengeance. And they faid one to another, We are verily guilty concerning our Brother ', in that we jaw the Anguijh of his Soul, when he befought us, and we would not hear : Therefore is this Diftrefs...
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Several discourses preached at the Temple church, Volume 2

Thomas Sherlock - Sermons, English - 1759
...that befel them, a little rough Ufage in a ftrange Country, awakened their guilty Fears, and they faid one to another, We are verily guilty concerning our Brother ', in that we faw the AngulJJ) of his Soul when be befought us, and we 'would not hear ; therefore is this Diftrefe...
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Sketches of the History of Man: In Two Volumes, Volume 2

Lord Henry Home Kames - Civilization - 1774
...makes every unufual misfortune pafs for a punifhment inflicted by an invifible hand. " And they faid one to another, We are verily guilty concerning our brother, in that we faw the anguifh of his fbul, when he befought us, and we ** would not hear : therefore is this diftrefs...
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Sketches of the History of Man: In Four Volumes, Volume 4

Lord Henry Home Kames - Civilization - 1775
...accidental misfortune is in his difturbed imagination interpreted to be a punifhment. " And they faid one to another, We " are verily guilty concerning our brother, in that -we " -faw the anguifh of his foul, when he befought us; ." and we would not hear: therefore is this diftrefs...
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Addresses to Young Men ...

James Fordyce - Young men - 1777
...when they wanted comfort moft, Confcience arofe, and turned upon them with tenfold fury. " They faid one to another, We are " verily guilty concerning our brother, " in that we faw the anguifh of his foul, " when he befought us, and we would " not hear : therefore is this diftrefs...
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Sketches of the History of Man, Volume 2

Lord Henry Home Kames - Civilization - 1779
...accidental misfortune is in his difturbed imagination interpreted to be a punifhmeHt : " And they faid one " to another, We are verily guilty concerning " our brother, in that we faw the artguifh of his " foul, when he befought us ; and we would not " hear: therefore is -this diftrefs...
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A father's instructions; moral tales, fables, and reflections

Thomas Percival - 1781
...and and bring your youngeft brother unto me. And their confciences reproached them j and they faid one to another, We are verily guilty concerning our brother, in that we faw the anguifh of his foul, when> he befought us, and we would not hear; therefore is this diftrefs...
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