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Thoughts in prison, [in verse] by W. Dodd. To which are added, his last ... - Page 185
by William Dodd - 1809
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The Works of Samuel Johnson: LL.D. In Fourteen Volumes, Volume 14

Samuel Johnson - English literature - 1788 - 558 pages
...the reparation which is impoflible is not required; that fincerely to will, is to do, in the fight of Him to whom all hearts are open; and that what is deficient in our endeavours is fupplied by the merits of Him who died to redeem us. ' „ Yet let us likewife be careful, left an...
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The Works of Samuel Johnson, LL.D: In Thirteen Volumes, Volume 14

Samuel Johnson, John Stockdale, Sir Henry Pottinger (Bart.), Virtus in ardua - 1788
...the reparation which is impoflible is not required ; that fmcerely to will, is to do, in the fight of Him to whom all hearts are open ; and that what is deficient in our endeavours is fupplied by the merits of Him who died to redeem us. Yet let us likewife be careful, left an erroneous...
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Thoughts in Prison: And Other Miscellaneous Pieces

William Dodd - Christian life - 1796 - 125 pages
...the reparation which is impoffihle is not required ; that fincerely to will, is to do, in the fight of Him to whom all hearts are open ; and that what is deficient in our endeavours, is fupplied hy the merits of Him who died to redeem us. Yet let us likewife he careful, left an erroneous...
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The beauties of Samuel Johnson, LL. D.: consisting of maxims and ...

Samuel Johnson, Hester Lynch Piozzi, James Boswell - 1804 - 394 pages
...unrepaired, and, therefore, repentance is vain ; let us remember that the reparation which is impossible is not required ;that sincerely to will, is to do,...hearts are open ; and that what is deficient in our endeavour, is supplied by the merits of Him who died to redeem us. Yet let us likewise be careful,...
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A companion for the prisoner: being a selection of sermons, exhortations ...

chaplain Thomas Bowen - Prisons - 1809 - 216 pages
...the ret paration which is impoffible is not required; that fincerely to will, is to do, in the fight of him to whom all hearts are open; and that what is deficient in our endeavours is fupplied by the merits of him who died to redeem us. ' Yet let us likewife be careful, left an erroneous...
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Thoughts in Prison;: In Five Parts, Viz. The Imprisonment, The Retrospect ...

William Dodd, Samuel Johnson - Imprisonment - 1815 - 212 pages
...unrepaired, and therefore repentance is vain, let us remember that the reparation, which is impossible is not required ; that sincerely to will, is to do, in the sight of Hun to whom all hearts are open ; and that what is deficient in our endeavours, is supplied by the...
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A companion for the prisoner: being a selection of sermons, exhortations ...

Thomas Bowen (chaplain.) - Social Science - 1820 - 216 pages
...unrepaired, and therefore repentance is vain 5 let us remember that the reparation which is impossible is not required ;, that sincerely to will, is to do,...sight of him to •whom all hearts are open ; and that whatis deficient in our endeavours is supplied by the merits of him who died to redeem us. Yet let...
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Voices of the Night

John Cumming - Eschatology - 1854 - 277 pages
...any advantage ; you have incurred a load of heavy responsibility, which you will have to discharge in the sight of Him to whom all hearts are open, and from whom no secrets are hid. If this Gospel has not given a new tone to your character, a new elevation...
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Modern Laodiceans and Other Sermons: Chiefly Preached to Bradfield Boys

Herbert Branston Gray - Sermons, English - 1883 - 234 pages
...actions of our everyday routine, may be — nay, rather, are — the index to the book of our life in the sight of Him to Whom all hearts are open, and from Whom no desires are hid. They are facts whose issues lie in eternity. And so, as we advance in...
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The Sunday at Home, Volume 38

Religion - 1891
...was led to doubt whether -it was enough to live for tho.-e who could see only the outside, and not as in the sight of Him to Whom all hearts are open and all desires known. I need not pursue the story further. I have given it thus far to show the vast importance...
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