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" If you thus behave yourselves, and so become a terror to evil doers and a praise to them that do well... "
The Works of John Adams, Second President of the United States: With a Life ... - Page 199
by John Adams, Charles Francis Adams - 1851
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The Home Missionary, Volumes 4-7

Home missions - 1832
...people. Here you ire a nursing father, and Hautia Vahiné a nursing mother to the church. Here you are a terror to evil doers, and a praise to them that do well. In no other pl«ce could you do so much good, by authority, by precept, by persuasion, and byeďample,asyou...
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Journal of Voyages and Travels by the Rev. Daniel Tyerman and ..., Volume 1

Daniel Tyerman, George Bennet - Missions - 1832
...people. Here you are a nursing father, and Hautia Vahine is a nursing mother, to the church. Here you are a terror to evil doers and a praise to them that do well. In no other place could you do so much good, by authority, by precept, by persuasion, and by example,...
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A visit to the South Seas: in the U. States ship Vincennes, during ..., Volume 2

Charles Samuel Stewart - Oceania - 1833
...protection and aid to every lawful and laudable pursuit, and of becoming in fact what rulers ought to be, " a terror to evil doers, and a praise to them that do 'well" If, then, the rulers of the people follow (as we hope they will) the important suggestions from the...
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Tales of Travel: Consisting of Narratives of Various Journeys Through Some ...

F. B. Miller - Voyages and travels - 1833 - 198 pages
...things which are God's ; that the power which existed was appointed of God, and that magistrates were a terror to evil doers and a praise to them that do well. " After these general directions, they left the determination of the matter to their own discretion....
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Quakerism Not Christianity: Or: Reasons for Renouncing the Doctrine of Friends

Samuel Hanson Cox - Society of Friends - 1833 - 686 pages
...us when we trespass, the witness that cannot be hid " in a corner," or bribed or doubted ; that is " a terror to evil doers and a praise to them that do well." This is in substance one of their very common forms of popular inculcation and appeal ; and as it is...
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Shakspeare's Seven Ages of Man: Or, The Progress of Human Life. Illustrated ...

John Evans, William Shakespeare - Life - 1834 - 252 pages
...Indeed wben JUSTICE is perverted, society sustains an irreparable injury. When magistrates cease to be a terror to evil doers, and a praise to them that do well, they become, instead of a blessing, a curse to the community. Of these abuses, THOMSON indignantly...
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The Presbyterian Preacher, Volume 3

Presbyterianism - 1835
...government be questioned"? It teaches magistrates that they are the ministers of God, appointed to be a " terror to evil doers, and a praise to them that do well." It teaches the people to regard their authority as " the ordinance of God, not only for fear, but for...
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A Commentary on the Epistle to the Romans: Designed for Students of the ...

Charles Hodge - Bible - 1835 - 588 pages
...promote the advantage of rulers but of the ruled. They are ordained and invested with authority to be a terror to evil doers, and a praise to them that do well. They are the ministers of God for this end, and are appointed for " this very thing." On this ground...
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Sermons; with a brief memoir of the author

Benjamin Beddome - 1835
...falseheartedness are equally improper in a minister of the gospel. There is a faithful magistrate, who is a terror to evil doers, and a praise to them that do well. Jehoshaphat, who was himself a faithful prince, appointed such to administer justice under him, giving...
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Beecher's lectures on scepticism

Lyman Beecher - Philosophy - 1835 - 160 pages
...human governments, mingling with justice, which takes off the appearance of cruelty, and makes them a terror to evil doers, and a praise to them that do well. Nor need our faith in the compassion of the Deity be shaken by the strong and terrible expressions...
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