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Page 168 - gone out of the way, they are together " become unprofitable, there is none that *' doth good, no not one. Their throat is " an open fepulchre; with their tongues ," they have ufed deceit; the poifon of afps " is under their lips: whofe mouth is full " of curfing and bitternefs. Their feet *
Page 314 - I wound, and I heal; neither is there any " that can deliver out of my hand. For I " lift up my hand to heaven, and fay, I " live for ever. If I whet my glittering " fword, and mine hand take hold on
Page 363 - Wherefore gird up the *' loins of your mind, be fober, and hope " to the end, for the grace that is to be " brought unto you at the revelation; of " jefus Chrift.
Page 218 - the Lord caft off for ever? will he be favourable no more ?" Is " his mercy clean gone for ever? doth his " promife fail for evermore? Hath God for" gotten to be gracious ? hath he in anger
Page 180 - becaufe the Lord hath anointed me to *.* preach good tidings to the meek, he hath " fent me to bind up the broken-hearted, to. *' proclaim liberty to the captives, and the " opening of the prifon to them that are " bound.
Page 384 - fon Ifaac, whom thou loveft; and get " thee into the land of Moriah, and offer " him there for a burnt-offering, upon
Page 334 - his coming; and fhall begin to beat the " men-fervants, and maidens, and to eat " and drink, and to be drunken: the lord " of that fervant will come in a day when '** he looketh not for him, and at an hour
Page 122 - lead me in thy truth, and teach me; for " thou art the God of my falvation; on thee '* do I wait all the day.