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" ... which all that is pure and noble and kind in us will develop into new vigour and clothe itself with new beauty ; in which also we shall find the very discipline we need in order that we may be wholly purged from sin and imperfection ; in which we... "
A struggle for fame - Page 156
by Charlotte Eliza L. Riddell - 1883
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Salvator mundi; or, Is Christ the saviour of all men?

Samuel Cox - Future punishment - 1877 - 222 pages
...purged from sin and imperfection ; in which we may undo much that we have done wrongly, do again and with perfect grace that which we have done imperfectly, become what we have wished and aimed to be, achieve what we have longed to achieve, attain the wisdom, the gifts and powers...
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