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" A shelter from life-wearing cares is something : but a temple typifies higher things — more than what we shall eat and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed. "
The American Woman's Home: Or, Principles of Domestic Science: Being a Guide ... - Page 231
by Catharine Esther Beecher, Harriet Beecher Stowe - 1869 - 500 pages
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The good man: a sermon, preached at the Church in Brattle Square, on the ...

Samuel Kirkland Lothrop - Religion - 1842 - 16 pages
...passages, which forbid industry and enterprise, prudence, and forethought, and require us, as to " what we shall eat, and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed," to trust directly on God, with as little effort of our own as is made by the lily or the sparrow; and...
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The Great Commission: Or, The Christian Church Constituted and Charged to ...

John Harris - Evangelistic work - 1842 - 484 pages
...the last ray of his glory, should yet leave us calmly to give nearly all our time and attention to "what we shall eat, and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed ! " " Father, forgive us, we know not what we do." But not long can this state of things continue....
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A Treatise on Domestic Economy: For the Use of Young Ladies at Home, and at ...

Catharine Esther Beecher - Home economics - 1843 - 383 pages
...there be not, let the least important be stricken from the list, as not being duties, and which must be omitted. In doing this, let a woman remember, that,...very apt to obtain a wrong relative importance, while social, intellectual, and moral, interests, receive too little regard. In this Country, eating, dressing,...
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Sermons, Volume 1

Thomas Arnold - Sermons - 1844
...in fact, the great business of our lives to provide ourselves with them. We are ever taking thought what we shall eat, and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed. But the wants of the soul do not so easily win our attention ; the love of our spiritual life, the...
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The Wesleyan methodist association magazine

1845
...the last ray of his glory, should yet leave us calmly to give nearly all our time and attention to what we shall eat, and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed ! " Father, forgive us, we know not what •we do.'1 But not long can this state of things continue....
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Sermons Preached at the Annual Election

Massachusetts. General Court - 1846
...passages, which forbid industry and enterprise, prudence, and forethought, and require us, as to " what we shall eat, and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed," to trust directly on God, with as little effort of our own as is made by the lily or the sparrow ;...
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The Christian Messenger and Family Magazine

James Wallis - Churches of Christ - 1847
...impressions from what he daily sees and hears. If these be altogether, or for the most part, about what we shall eat, and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed : — if the conversation and objects constantly presented to the infant mind, be addressed to our...
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The reporter's reading-book: being a compilation of speeches, lectures, etc ...

Thomas Allen Reed - 1851
...in fact, the great business of our lives to provide ourselves with them. We are ever taking thought what we shall eat, and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed. But the wants of the soul do not so easily win our attention ; the love of our spiritual life, the...
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A treatise on domestic economy, for the use of young ladies at home, and at ...

Catharine Esther Beecher - House & Home - 1854 - 369 pages
...there be not, let the least important be stricken from the list, as not being duties, and which must be omitted. In doing this, let a woman remember, that,...very apt to obtain a wrong relative importance, while social, intellectual, and moral, interests, receive too little regard. In this Country, eating, dressing,...
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Family culture; or, Conversations in the domestic circle at Carlton house

Carlton house, Family culture - 1854
...impressions from what he daily sees and hears. If these be altogether, or for the most part, about what we shall eat, and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed: if the conversation and objects constantly presented to the infant mind, be addressed to our sensual...
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