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" And God saw all the things that he had made, and they were very good. "
The Catholic encyclopedia: an international work of reference on the ... - Page 311
by Charles George Herbermann, Edward Aloysius Pace, Condé Bénoist Pallen, Thomas Joseph Shahan, John Joseph Wynne - 1913
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Readings from the Old Testament, arranged with notes, by J.G. Wenham

John George Wenham - 1875
...own kind, to be your meat : and to all beasts of the earth, and to every fowl of the air, and to all that move upon the earth, and wherein there is life,...that they may have to feed upon. And it was so done. And God saw all the things that He had made, and they were very good. And the evening and morning were...
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Catholic progress

Young men's Catholic assoc - 1878
...dominion over the fishes of the sea, and the fowls of the air, and the beasts and the whole earth. . . . And God saw all the things that He had made, and they were very good, and the evening and the morning were the sixth day." Man may have been preceded by other creations of beings more or less...
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The Christian life and virtues considered in the religious state, tr. by ...

Louis Charles Gay (bp. of Anthédon.) - 1879
...first time this magnificent creation, "the work of His Hands." "He saw," saith the book of Genesis, " all the things that He had made, and they were very good " (Gen. i. 3i). As there are under-currents, whose source is in the depths of the sea, and which flow...
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A Konkani Grammar

Angelus Francis Xavier Maffei - Konkani language - 1882 - 439 pages
...kind, to be your meat: 30 And to all beasts of the earth, and to every fowl of the air, and to all that move upon the earth, and wherein there is life,...that they may have to feed upon. And it was so done. 3 1 And God saw all the things that He had made, and they were very good. And the evening and morning...
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Half-hours with the saints and servants of God [extr. from their writings ...

Half hours - 1882
...Scripture says that He rested on the seventh. But in what consisted this rest of God ? Here it is : " And God saw all the things that he had made, and they were very good." God took a general review of all His works, and found them to be good and perfect. He found His vest...
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The office of Holy week according to the Roman rite

Holy week Office of - 1882
...own kind, to be your meat ; and to all beasts of the earth, and to every fowl of the air, and to all that move upon the earth and wherein there is life, that they may have wherewith to feed upon. And it was so. And God saw all the things that He had made, and they were very...
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the catechism of perseverance

monsignor gaume - 1882
...applied to the glory of God or sanctified by a general blessing or approbation. God, says the Scripture, saw all the things that He had made, and they were very good.' But sin, having entered the world, spoiled and vitiated all creatures.' Hence, the indispensable necessity...
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Jesus Christ: God; God and the Man; Conferences Delivered at Notre Dame in Paris

Henri-Dominique Lacordaire - God - 1884 - 418 pages
...repeat with all the worlds the testimony which God bore to Himself after He had finished His work : " God saw all the things that he had made, and they were very good." * * Genesis i. THE GENERAL PLAN OF CREATION. MY LORP, — GENTLEMEN, In our last conference we sought...
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Man and His Maladies; Or, The Way to Health: A Popular Handbook of ...

Adolphus Edward Bridger - Health - 1889 - 593 pages
...balance. Modern science echoes every day more and more plainly those words in the Book of Genesis : "And God saw all the things that he had made, and they were very good." II. Tfie Digestive Process. This consists simply in the conversion of insoluble (and therefore unaaaimilabk)...
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Man and his maladies

Adolphus Edward Bridger - 1889 - 593 pages
...balance. Modern science echoes every day more and more plainly those words in the Book of Genesis : " And God saw all the things that he had made, and they were very good." II. T/te Digestive Process. This consists simply in the conversion of insoluble (and therefore unassimilable)...
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