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" In short, heaven is not to be looked upon only as the reward, but as the natural effect of a religious life. "
British Classics - Page 887
by Edward Francis Burney, Richard Corbould - 1786
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The spectator, Volume 6

Richard Steele - 1729
...Heaven will not be capable of affecting thofe Minds, which are not thus qualified for it j we muft, in this World, gain a Relifh of Truth and Virtue,...Perfection, which are to make us happy in the next. The Seeds of thofe fpiritual Joys and Raptures, which are to rife up and flourifh in the Soul to all Eternity,...
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An essay on the origin of evil

William King, John Gay - Election (Theology) - 1731 - 330 pages
...anfwers in every fefpect to our Wiflies, and that moderate which, tho' NOTES. Many attain " we muft in this World gain a Relifh of " Truth and Virtue,..." are to make us happy in the next. The feeds " of tliofe Spiritual Joys and Raptures which " are to r.fe up and flourifti in the Soul to all " Eternity...
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An essay on the origin of evil, Volume 2

William King, Edmund Law - 1732
...of affefting thofe Minds which are not thus qualify'd for' it ; we muft in this World gain a Relilh of Truth and Virtue, if we would be able to tafte...are to make us happy in the next. The feeds of thofe Spiritual Joys and Raptures which are to rife up and flourilh in the Soul to all Eternity muft be planted...
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A Collection of Select Aphorisms and Maxims: With Several Historical ...

Aphorisms and apothegms - 1748 - 322 pages
...next ! Heaven will not be capable of affecting thofe minds which, are not qualified for it ; we muft in this world gain a relifh of truth and virtue, if we would be able to tafle that knowledge and perfection which are to make us happy in the next. The feeds of thofe fpiritual...
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An Essay on the Origin of Evil, Volume 2

William King - Fall of man - 1758
...Heaven will not be capable of affecting thofe " Minds which are not thus qualified for it; we muft in this " World gain a Relifh of Truth and Virtue,...to " make us happy in the next. The feeds of thofe Spiritual " Joys and Raptures which are to rife up and ftourifh in the " Soul to all Eternity muft...
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The Spectator, Volume 6

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1767
...are not thus qualified for it ; we mult, in this world, gain a reliftj of truth and virtue, if \v'e would be able to tafte that knowledge and perfection,...in the next. The feeds of thofe fpiritual joys and laptures, which are to rife up and flourifh in the foul to all eternity, muft be planted in her during...
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The Moral Miscellany: Or, a Collection of Select Pieces, in Prose and Verse ...

English literature - 1773 - 376 pages
...heaven will not be capable of affcfting thofe minds, which are not thus.qualified for. it; we muft, in this world, gain a relifh of truth and. virtue, if we would be able to tafle that knowledge and perfeftion, which are to make us happy in the next. The feeds of ihofe fpiritual...
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The Spectator, Volume 6

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - 1778
...affecting thofe minds, which are not thus qualified for ir ; we muft, in this world, gain a relifh of trmh and virtue, if we would be able to tafte that knowledge and perfection, which are to make us hsppy in tiie next. The feeds of thoie fpi.itua! joys and raptures, which are to rife up and flourilh...
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An Essay on the Origin of Evil

William King - Fall of man - 1781 - 456 pages
...of affening thofe minds which are not thus qualified for it ; we muft in this world gain a reliftS of truth and virtue, if we would be able to tafte that knowledge and perfection which arc to make us happy in the next. The feeds of thofe fpiritual joys and raptures, which are to rife...
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Miscellanies, Moral and Instructive, in Prose and Verse

American literature - 1787 - 198 pages
...force their way into the heart ; and too much. care cannot be taken to rcpulfe their efforts. WE muft, in this world, gain a relifh of truth and virtue, if we would be able to tafte that knowledge and perfeftion, which are to make us happy in the next. The GOVERNESS: A SIMILE. AS when blithe lambs their...
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