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" Why is thy countenance sad, seeing thou art not sick ? this is nothing else but sorrow of heart. "
The Land We Love - Page 2
1866
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AN ADDRESS IN BEHALF OF THE Society for the Promotion of Collegiate and ...

REV. JOSEPH F. TUTTLE - 1854
...convention of heart-heavy men—to each of whom one might have said as King Artaxerxes did to jSTehemiah, " Why is thy countenance sad, seeing thou art not sick ? This is nothing else but sorrow of heart." And it was nothing else but sorrow of heart, for they could have said, " Thou hast brought a vine out...
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Sketch of Rev.Barnabas King, Part 4

Joseph Farrand Tuttle - 1854 - 6 pages
...convention of heart-heavy men — to each of whom one might have said as King Artaxerxes did to Nehemiah, " Why is thy countenance sad, seeing thou art not sick ? This is nothing else but sorrow of heart." And it was nothing else but sorrow of heart, for they could have said, " Thou hast brought a vine out...
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The golden chain; or, The Christian graces illustrated and enforced

John Harvey (Methodist minister.) - 1855
...was observed on the countenance of the pious Nehemiah, and Artaxerxes enquired the canse thereof : " Why is thy countenance sad, seeing thou art not sick ? this is nothing else but sorrow of heart." He answered, "Let the king live for ever : why should not my countenance be sad, when the city, the...
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Notes, critical, illustrative, and practical, on the book of Daniel: with an ...

Albert Barnes - Bible - 1855 - 494 pages
...twentieth year of his reign, (c) Ho states distinctly, that it was because Jerusalem was still in ruins: "Why should not my countenance be sad, when the city, the place of my fathers' sepulchres, l<\i!i watte, and the gates thereof are consumed with fire." ch. ii. 3. (rf) The n•/<!>•( of Nehemiab,...
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The life and travels of Herodotus in the fifth century: before ..., Volume 2

James Talboys Wheeler - History - 1855
...favours and benefits, but still he determined to speak out. " Let the king," he said, " live for ever. Why should not my countenance be sad, when the city, the place of my father's sepulchres, lieth waste, and the gates thereof are consumed with fire ? " The king asked what...
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The Novels and Miscellaneous Works of Daniel De Foe: Moll Flanders. The ...

Daniel Defoe - 1855
...to begin the world anew ; and exposed to all the hardships and inconveniences of want and poverty. Should not my countenance be sad, when the city, the place of my father's sepulchre, lieth waste, and the gates thereof are consumed with fire ? While the terrors occasioned...
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The Novels and Miscellaneous Works of Daniel De Foe: History of the plague ...

Daniel Defoe - English fiction - 1855
...age, to begin the world anew; and exposed to all the hardships and inconveniences of want and poverty. Should not my countenance be sad, when the city, the place of my father's sepulchre, lieth waste, and the gates thereof are consumed with fire ? While the terrors occasioned...
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Earnest Christianity illustrated: or, Selections from ..., Volume 87; Volume 876

James Caughey, Daniel Wise - Architecture - 1855 - 404 pages
...but real, downright sorrow. When King Artaxerxes noticed the dejection of Nehemiah, he inquired, " Why is thy countenance sad, seeing thou art not sick? this is nothiiig else but sorrow of heart." 0 Jesus, my Lord ! this is nothing else but sorrow of heart ! But...
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Family life; or, Masters and servants as they were, are, and ought to be, by ...

William Maxwell Hetherington, Andrew Thomson - 1856
...the Persian monarch, observing the sorrowful countenance of Nehemiah, his cupbearer, inquired, • " Why is thy countenance sad, seeing thou art not sick ? This is nothing else but sorrow of heart," he bound the heart of the noble-minded Jew from that hour more closely to his throne. And when honest...
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The Life and Travels of Herodotus in the Fifth Century: Before ..., Volume 2

James Talboys Wheeler - History, Ancient - 1856
...he owed so many favors and benefits, but still he determined to speak out. " Let the king," he said, "live forever. Why should not my countenance be sad, when the city, the place of my father's sepulchers, lieth waste, and the gates thereof are consumed with fire ?" The king asked what...
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