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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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The Divine Armory of Holy Scripture

Kenelm Vaughan - Bible - 1894 - 928 pages
...Gel,3 Gel, 31 fit 99, 3 fs 44, 24 2^9,6 In the beginning God created heaven and earth. Be light made. God saw all the things that He had made, and they were very good. He made us, and not we ourselves. I am the Lord, that make all things, that alone stretch out the heavens,...
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Bible History: Containing the Most Remarkable Events of the Old and New ...

Richard Gilmour - Bible stories, English - 1894 - 336 pages
...earth, and breathed into him an immortal soul, and called him Adam; that is, taken from the earth. God saw all the things that He had made, and they were good. So He rested on the seventh day, and blessed it. 5. As God created man on the sixth day of creation,...
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Natural Theology

Rev. Bernard Boedder - Natural theology - 1896 - 480 pages
...the following objection : " God does not cause anything but what is good, according to Gen. i. 31, ' God saw all the things that He had made, and they were very good.' Therefore, if the human will were moved only by God, it never would be moved to anything bad ; and...
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The Seven Ages of Creation: Or, Cosmos and the Mysteries Expounded

John Martin Russell - Bible - 1898 - 543 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,...feed upon.' And it was so done. 31. And God saw all things that He hath made, that they were very good, and the evening and morning were the sixth day....
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Dante's ten heavens: a study of the Paradiso

Edmund Garratt Gardner - 1898 - 310 pages
...since creation is the work of all three Persons; into perfect being, ad esser che non avea fallo, for * God saw all the things that He had made and they were very good; " and instantaneously, for (Eccles. xviii. J) "He that liveth for ever created all things together." St....
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Beyond the Black Ocean

Thomas McGrady - Socialism and Christianity - 1901 - 304 pages
...kind, to be your meat. And to all the 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.' (Gen., 1 Ch.) "This is sufficient evidence to show that God gave the earth and all its fruits to mankind...
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The McBride Elementary Geography

Geography - 1902 - 147 pages
...beasts of the earth, and to every fowl of the air, and to all that move upon the earth, and within there is life, that they may have to feed upon." And it was so done. they were very good; and the evening and the morn- in it He had rested from all His work which God...
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Explanation of the Apostles' Creed: A Thorough Exposition of Catholic Faith

Hermann Rolfus - Apostles' Creed - 1902 - 360 pages
...only what is good, and with His will has created the world, it follows that He made the world good. " And God saw all the things that He had made : and they were very good " (Genesis i. 31). It is not the less true and evident that God was free in creating the world, and...
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Messenger, Volume 43

1905
...man to his own image : male and female He created them ;" since, according to the same book (i. 31) " God saw all the things that He had made, and they were very good." Be it remarked, by the way, that a woman may be weaned from the exaggerated emotion no less than a...
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The Catholic University Bulletin, Volume 14

1908
...a divine idea, it possesses in its own degree a worth which only its Maker can fully comprehend. " And God saw all the things that He had made, and they were very good." From the beginning men had gleaned some knowledge of the world about them. They had noted the qualities,...
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