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" God hath tempered the body together, having given more abundant honour to that part which lacked: that there should be no schism in the body, but that the members should have the same care one for another. And whether one member suffer, all the members... "
Outline Lessons on Morals - Page 157
by Gertrude Martineau - 1881 - 195 pages
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The Christian institutes, or, The sincere word of God, a plain account of ...

Francis Gastrell (bp. of Chester) - 1717
...Members (hould have.the fame Care one for another; and whether one Member fuffer, all the Members fuffer with it ; or one Member be honoured, all the Members rejoice with it. c As every Man hath received the Gift, even ' fo minifter the fame one to another, as good Stewards...
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The whole duty of man. With Private devotions

Richard Allestree (D.D.) - History - 1719 - 120 pages
...fimilitude of the natural Body he urges this Duty; Wither one member fuffers, all the members fuffer with it': or one member be honoured, all the members rejoice with it. And thefe feveral effects of love we owe to thefe fpiritual brethren. And this love is that which Chrift...
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An Exposition of the Church-catechism

Samuel Clarke, John Clarke - Religion - 1729 - 344 pages
...«-er.zj,z6. have the fame care One for Another : And whether One member fuffer, all the members fuffer with it ; or One member be honoured, all the members rejoice with it. Laftly : TH is Similitude of our being Members of the fame Body, \s jiill further fignificant of our...
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The Works of Jonathan Swift, D.D., Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin, Volume 11

Jonathan Swift, John Hawkesworth - 1755
...which feem to be more feeble, are neceffary : and whether one member fuffer, all the members fuffer 'with it ; or one member be honoured, all the members rejoice with it. The cafe is directly the fame among mankind. The prince cannot fay to the merchant, I have no need...
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The confession of faith, the larger and shorter catechisms, with the ...

Assembly of divines confess. and catech - 1765
...fhould have the fame care one of another, v. 26. And whether one member fuffer, all the members fuffer with it : or one member be honoured, all the members rejoice with it. v. 37. Now ye are the body of Chrift, and members in particular. 168. z Luke xxii. 30. Likewiit alfo...
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The Works of Dr. Jonathan Swift, Dean of St. Patrick's, Dublin ..., Volume 11

Jonathan Swift, Alexander Pope, John Hawkesworth - Literary Criticism - 1775
...are necejfary i and whether one member fuffer, all the members fuffer [c] Rom. xii. 21, az, aS. 26. •with it ; or one member be honoured, all the members rejoice with it. The cafe is dircctly the fame among mankind. The prmce cannot fay to the merchant, I have no need of...
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The whole works of the Reverend Mr. John Flavel ...

John Flavel - 1770
...animated by one and the fame fpirit of life, " whether one member fuffer, all the " members fuffer with it ; or one member be honoured, all the " members rejoice with it : now ye are the body of Chrift, *' and members in particular," i Cor. xii. 26, 27. For look, as Chrift,...
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The anarchy of the Ranters, and other libertines: the hierarchy of the ...

Robert Barclay, Miscellaneous Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress), William Penn - Society of Friends - 1771 - 91 pages
...have the fame Care one of another. Verfe 26. And whether one Member fuffer, all the Members fuffer with it ; or one Member be honoured, all the Members rejoice with it. Verfe 2 7. Now ye are the Body of Chrift, and Members in particular : Verfe 28. And God hath fet fame...
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The Works of Dr Jonathan Swift, Dean of St Patrick's, Dublin. In Thirteen ...

Jonathan Swift - 1774
...which feem to be more feeble, are neceffary. And whether one member fuffer, all the members fuffer with it; or one member be honoured, all the members rejoice with it *." The cafe is directly the fame among mankind. The prince cannot fay to the merchant, I have no need...
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The Works of the Rev. Dr. Jonathan Swift ...

Jonathan Swift, Thomas Sheridan - Literary Criticism - 1784
...feem to ** be more feeble, are neceflary : and whether one " member fuffer, all the members fuffer with it { " or one member be honoured, all the' members " rejoice with it." The cafe is dire&ly the fame among mankind. The prince cannot fay to the merchant, I have no need of...
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