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Page 392 - I wait for the LORD, my soul doth wait, And in his word do I hope. My soul waiteth for the Lord more than they that watch for the morning : I say, more than they that watch for the morning.
Page 445 - Wilt thou leave thy sins and go to Heaven, or have thy sins and go to hell ?' At this I was put to an exceeding maze ; wherefore, leaving my cat upon the ground, I looked up to Heaven, and was as if I had, with the eyes of my understanding, seen the Lord Jesus looking down upon me, as being very hotly displeased with me, and as if He did severely threaten me with some grievous punishment for these and other ungodly practices.
Page 401 - In God have I put my trust : I will not be afraid what man can do unto me.
Page 597 - Is not a patron, my lord, one who looks with unconcern on a man struggling for life in the water, and, when he has reached ground, encumbers him with help?
Page 451 - Look at the generations of old, and see; did ever any trust in the Lord, and was confounded? or did any abide in his fear, and was forsaken ? or whom did he ever despise, that called upon him?
Page 529 - He, however, allowed the merit of good wit to his lordship's saying of lord Tyrawley and himself, when both very old and infirm : " Tyrawley and I have been dead these two years ; but we don't choose to have it known.
Page 437 - Each legend of the shadowy strand Now wakes a vision blest ; As little children lisp, and tell of Heaven, So thoughts beyond their thought to those high Bards were given.
Page 399 - The Lord bless thee and keep thee, The Lord make his face to shine upon thee and be gracious unto thee, The Lord lift up the light of his countenance upon thee and give thee peace ! — Num.