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" Yea, even mine own familiar friend, whom I trusted, who did also eat of my bread, hath lifted up his heel against me. "
pt. 1. Notes - Page 277
by Aristotle - 1885
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The Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments and Other ...

Episcopal Church - 1808 - 590 pages
...Let the sentence of guiltiness proceed against him and now that he litth, let him rise up no more. 9 Yea, even mine own familiar friend whom I trusted, who did also eat of my bread, hath laid great wait for me. 10 But be thou mercifu unto me, O Lord ; raise thou me up again, and I shall...
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The Book of Common Prayer and Administration of the Sacrements...

Church of England - 1810
...Let the sentence of guiltiness proceed against him, and now that he lieth, let him rise up no more. 9 Yea, even mine own familiar friend whom I trusted, who did also eat of my bread, hath laid great wait for me. 10 But be thou merciful unto me, O Lord; raise thou me up again, and I shall...
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The Book of Common Prayer: And Administration of the Sacraments, and Other ...

Church of England - 1815 - 766 pages
...telleth it. 7 All mine enemies whisper together against me : even against me do they imagine this evil. 9 Yea, even mine own familiar friend, whom I trusted: who did also eat of my bread, hath laid great wait for me. 8 Let the sentence of guiltiness proceed against him : and now that he lieth,...
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The Book of common prayer: with notes on the Epistles, Gospels, Psalms, and ...

sir John Bayley (1st bart) - 1816
...the plans they have agrt« (n) " Thou," similar complaint upon. ie Ahitophel. A \ occurs, Ps. xli' 9" Even mine own familiar friend, whom " I trusted, who did also eat of my " bread, hath laid wait for me " (/>) ' Many with me," ie (perhaps), God was with me, who gives more assistance than...
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Horę Mosaicę: Or, A Dissertation on the Credibility and Theology of the ...

George Stanley Faber - Bible - 1818
...butter, having war in his heart ; his words were smoother than oil, and yet be they very szvords. 1 Yea, even mine own familiar friend, whom I trusted, who did also eat of my bread, hath laid great wait for me* But, though Ahitophel be here primarily intended, every person must perceive,...
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The Book of common prayer, Volume 1

1818
...against me, even against me do they imagine this evil. also eat of my bread, hath great wait for me. 9 Yea, even mine own familiar friend whom I trusted, who did laid 11 By this I know thou favour•est me, that mine enemy doth not triumph against me. 10 But be...
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The Book of Common Prayer: And Administration of the Sacraments, and Other ...

1820 - 459 pages
...Let the sentence of guiltiness proceed against him, and now that he lieth, let him rise up no more. 9 Yea, even mine own familiar friend whom I trusted, who did also eat of my bread, hath laid great wait for me. 10 But be thou merciful unto me, O Lord; raise thou me up again, and I shall...
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The Book of Common Prayer, and Administration of the Sacraments, and Other ...

1822 - 332 pages
...Kroceed against him, and now that e lieth, let him rise up no more. 8 Let the sentence of guiltiness 9 Yea, even mine own familiar friend whom I trusted, who did also eat of my bread, hath laid great wait for me. 10 But be thou merciful unto me, O Lord; raise thou me up again, and I shall...
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Llyfr gweddi gyffredin

Book of Common Prayer - 1823 - 32 pages
...Let the sentence of guiltiness proceed against him : and now that he lieth, let him rise up no more. 9 Yea, even mine own familiar friend, whom I trusted : who did also eat of my bread, hath laid great wait for me. 10 But be thou merciful unto me, О Lord : raise thou me up again, and I shall...
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The Book of common prayer. With notes by sir J. Bayley

sir John Bayley (1st bart) - 1824
...not turn, nor fear God. (A) v. U. " Thou," ie " Ahitophel." A similar complaint occurs, Ps. xli. 9. " Even mine own familiar friend, whom I « trusted, who did also eat of my bread, " hath laid wait for me." (Ic) v. 19. " Many," ie " He, who is " more than equal to many, God." (i) v. 18....
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