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" One great principle, which we should lay down as immovably true, is, that, if a good work cannot be carried on by the calm, self-controlled, benevolent spirit of Christianity, then the time for doing it has not come. God asks not the aid of our vices.... "
A SKETCH OF THE LIFE OF COM. ROBERT F. STOCKTON - Page 76
1856
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Slavery

William Ellery Channing - Slavery - 1835 - 167 pages
...which we should lay down as immovably true, is, that if a good work cannot be carried on by the calm, self-controlled, benevolent spirit of Christianity,...are not the chosen instruments of human happiness. We, indeed, need zeal, fervent zeal, such as will fear no man's power, and shrink before no man's frown,...
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The Microcosm: Or, Little World of Home, Volumes 1-3

1835
...which we should lay down as immovably true, is, that if a good work cannot be carried on by the calm, self-controlled, benevolent spirit of Christianity, then the time for doing it has not come. — We ought to think much more of walking in the right path than of reaching our end. We should desire...
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The Literary and Theological Review, Volume 3

Leonard Woods, Charles D. Pigeon - Theology - 1836
...to the intellect, and allies itself with wisdom." " If a good work cannot be carried on by the calm, self-controlled, benevolent spirit of Christianity,...are not the chosen instruments of human happiness." " The adoption of the common system of agitation by the Abolitionists has proved signally unsuccessful....
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An Inquiry Into the Condition and Prospects of the African Race in the ...

American - African Americans - 1839 - 214 pages
...which we should lay down as immovably true, is, that if a good work cannot be carried on by the calm, self-controlled, benevolent spirit of Christianity, then the time for doing it has not come." CHAXNINO. I. As you had the honour or dishonour to begin the modern agitation of that great question,...
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An Inquiry Into the Condition and Prospects of the African Race in the ...

American - African Americans - 1839 - 214 pages
...which we should lay down as immovably true, is, that if a good work cannot be carried on by the calm, self-controlled, benevolent spirit of Christianity, then the time for doing it has not come." CHANGING. I- As you had the honour or dishonour to begin the modern agitation of that great question,...
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The Works of William E. Channing, Volume 2

William Ellery Channing - Slavery - 1841
...which we should lay down as immovably true, is, that, if a good work cannot be carried on by the calm, self-controlled, benevolent spirit of Christianity,...are not the chosen instruments of human happiness. We, indeed, need zeal, fervent zeal, such as will fear no man's power, and shrink before no man's frown,...
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The Works of William E. Channing, Volume 2

William Ellery Channing - Slavery - 1841
...TJehevolent spiriroT"CTirrst{5nity^ then the time for doing it has^not cdmeT""Xjod 'asks noT"The ^(TTffov He can overrule them for good, but they are not the chosen instruments of human happiness. We, indeed, need zeal, fervent zeal, such as will fear no man's power, and shrink before no man's frown,...
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The Works of William E. Channing, Volume 2

William Ellery Channing - Slavery - 1843
...which we should lay down as immovably true, is, that, if a good work cannot be carried on by the calm, self-controlled, benevolent spirit of Christianity,...are not the chosen instruments of human happiness. We, indeed, need zeal, fervent zeal, such as will fear no man's power, and shrink before no man's frown,...
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People's edition of the entire works of W. E. Channing, Volume 1

William Ellery Channing, Robert E. B. Maclellan - Theology - 1843
...which we should lay down as immovably true, is, that, if a good work cannot be carried on by the calm, self-controlled, benevolent spirit of Christianity,...are not the chosen instruments of human happiness. We, indeed, need zeal, fervent zeal, such as will fear no man's power, and shrink before uo man's frown,...
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The works of William E. Channing, Volume 2

William Ellery Channing - Theology - 1845
...which we should lay down as immovably true, is, that, if a good work cannot be carried on by the calm, self-controlled, benevolent spirit of Christianity,...are not the chosen instruments of human happiness. We, indeed, need zeal, fervent zeal, such as will fear no man's power, and shrink before no man's frown,...
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