Samson Marrying, Samson at Timnah, Samson Hybristes, Samson Blinded: Four Dramatic Poems

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R.G. Badger, 1905 - 190 pages
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Page 95 - As now for us, when long matured His high intent his purpose serves, With vindication full and fair event.
Page 7 - Manoah. With wavering hope and doubtful resolution Of what before so oft by me essayed, I have drawn thee to this place, where friendly silence...
Page 183 - Just are the ways of God, And justly ordained His purposes, though darkened oft by doubt What Heavenly disposition may...
Page 143 - Happy, and that his high intent Good out of evil brings forth still ; The event the purpose vindicates.
Page 147 - Dalila. Once more with doubtful hope and wavering purpose, Although my oft repulse contrary warn And promise like...
Page 190 - His purpose high decreed, chief hope To us remaining, and the end With vindication full and fair event. A...
Page 50 - So foul dishonor stuck upon our front, This day's disgrace, our sad reproach and shame.
Page 53 - Samson. O what a swarm of restless thoughts aroused Awakens in me, while I contemplate...
Page 99 - From utmost bound of Judah's land I come To Hebron old, the seat of Anakim.
Page 97 - Samson, for his incursions into the land of the Philistines and his hostile deeds, is preemptorily demanded of the men of Judah for vengeance to be inflicted upon him.

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