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The Works of Mrs. Chapone: Now First Collected. Containing I. Letters on the ... - Page 34
by Mrs. Chapone (Hester) - 1809
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Elegant extracts: or, Useful and entertaining passages in prose, selected ...

Vicesimus Knox - Literary Criticism - 1790 - 1019 pages
...highell Chriltian virtue. Indeed, the whole tenor of tlie Gofpel is to offer us every help, difeftioR, and motive, that can enable us to attain that degree of perfection on which depends our eternal good. Mrs. Cbafmu. § 1 90. Of the Example /et by our Saviwr, and bis Cbarafler. What an example is fet before...
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The Prose Epitome: Or, Extracts, Elegant, Instructive, and Entertaining ...

English literature - 1792 - 456 pages
...highcft Chriftiaa virtue. Indeed, the whole tenor of the Gofptl is to offer us every hplp, dircflion, and motive, that can enable us to attain that degree of perfection on which depends our eternal good. 1Ы4. § 72. Of the Example fet by our Sai>iour, and hit Character. What an example is fet before us...
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The Hive: Or, A Collection of Thoughts on Civil, Moral, Sentimental and ...

Aphorisms and apothegms - 1803 - 216 pages
...God must lead to every virtue in the highest degree ; and we may be sure we do not truly love him, if we content ourselves with avoiding flagrant sins, and do not strive, in good earnest, to reach the highest degree of perfection we are capable of, by his help. We cannot possibly exceed in the measure...
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An account of the life, and dealings of God with Silas Told. Written by himself

Silas Told - History - 1805 - 174 pages
...God must lead to every virtue in the highest degree; and, we may be sure, we do not truly love him, if we content ourselves with avoiding flagrant sins,...degree of perfection on which depends our eternal good. • f^ , ':., rt . ' / -' ^ el t' .','.»'.< isi . a ;'.-;.« l,Vr> i* --" •:''!•;.' «t :•:'.•'....
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Letters on the Improvement of the Mind: Addressed to a Lady

Mrs. Chapone (Hester) - Conduct of life - 1806 - 212 pages
...scope of the Gospel, as delivered in the New Testament, it is justly affirmed — " The " whole tenour of the Gospel is to offer us " every help, direction, and motive, that can xx " enable us to attain that degree of perfection, " on which depends our eternal good." Exception...
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The Works of Mrs. Chapone: Now First Collected: Containing I. Letters on the ...

Mrs. Chapone (Hester) - Conduct of life - 1807
...God must lead to every virtue in the highest degree; and, we may be sure, we do not tr-.ily love him, if 'we content ourselves with avoiding flagrant sins,...of the gospel is to offer us every help, direction, arid motive, that can enable us to attain that degree of perfection, on which depends our eternal good....
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Letters on the Improvement of the Mind Addressed to a Lady and a Father's ...

Mrs. Chapone (Hester), John Gregory - Ethics - 1808 - 170 pages
...to every virtne in the highest degree: and, we may he sure, we do not truly love him, if we coutent ourselves with avoiding flagrant sins, and do not strive, in good earnest, to reach the preattat degree of perfectiou we are capahle of. Thus do those .few words direct U• to the highest...
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Letters on the improvement of the mind: addressed to a lady

Mrs. Chapone (Hester) - Women - 1810 - 170 pages
...and, we may be sure, we do not truly love him, if we content ourselves with avoiding flagrant •ins, and do not strive, in good earnest, to reach the greatest degree of perfection we aie capable of. Thus do those few words direct us to the highest Christian virtue. Indeed, the whole...
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The Hive: Or, A Collection of Thoughts on Civil, Moral, Sentimental and ...

Quotations, English - 1810 - 216 pages
...God must lead to every virtue in the highest degree ; a.nd we snay be sure we do not truly love him, if we content ourselves with avoiding flagrant sins, and do not strive, in good earnest, t° reach the highest degree of perfection TVC are capable of, by his help. We cannot possibly exceed...
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The young woman's companion; or, Female instructor [by J.A. Stewart].

J A. Stewart - 1814
...God must lead to every virtue in the highest degree : and, we may be sure, we do not truly love him, if we content ourselves with avoiding flagrant sins,...strive, in good earnest, to reach the greatest degree of holiness we are capable of. Thus do those few words direct us to the highest Christian virtue. Indeed,...
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