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" A shelter from life-wearing cares is something : but a temple typifies higher things — more than what we shall eat and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed. "
The American Woman's Home, Or, Principles of Domestic Science: Being a Guide ... - Page 231
by Catharine Esther Beecher, Harriet Beecher Stowe - 1869 - 500 pages
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Sermons, composed for country congregations

Edward Nares - 1803
...Sensible things make a sure impression, invisible things have not half the weight. We take thought daily what we shall eat and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed, for hunger The unjust Steward. 315 ger and thirst and nakedness are evils that SERM. sensibly afflict...
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Thornton Abbey: a series of letters on religious subjects ...

John Satchel - English letters - 1809 - 468 pages
...written on the subject of temperance, I reflected with pleasure, that it will diminish our anxiety about what we shall eat, and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed, when we know how little will supply our real wants. In the present age an expensive way of living almost...
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A Method for Prayer: With Scripture Expressions, Proper to be Used Under ...

Matthew Henry - Prayer - 1818 - 202 pages
...cisterns, that can hold no water, b We have panted after the dust of the earth, and have been full of care what we shall eat, and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed, the things after which the Gentiles seek, and the righteousness thereofc We have lifted up our souls...
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Discourses on Some of the Most Important Doctrines and Duties of Christianity

Peter Smith - Sermons - 1818 - 484 pages
...Lastly, as we live in a world where we are constantly solicited by our circumstances to be anxious wh,at we shall eat, and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed, let us abstract ourselves occasionally from earthly concerns, tha.t we may think and prepare for that...
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The Christian remembrancer; or, The Churchman's Biblical ..., Volume 11

1829
...different degrees of attention paid by us to our bodily and our spiritual wants. We are ever taking thought what we shall eat, and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed. But the wants of the soul do not so easily win our attention : the love of our spiritual life, the...
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Sermons on the fifty first Psalm, with others on doctrinal and practical ...

John Bull (curate of Clipston.) - 1824
...chiefly occupied with the affairs of this present, uncertain world. It is to be wholly engrossed about " what we shall eat, and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed." e It is to be constantly employed about the cares of this mortal life, how we may best secure and enjoy...
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The Works of Grace Kennedy ...

Grace Kennedy - English fiction - 1827
...added unto you." The things that shall be added are mentioned in the preceding verse, and are,—" What we shall eat, and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed." Matth. vi. 31, 33. • END OF VOLUME THIRD. MAR 3 - 1930 ...
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Horae phrenologicae being three phrenological essays

John Epps - 1829
...he directs our attention almost exclusively to the petty details of diet, clothing, exercise, &c., ' what we shall eat, and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed.' " I have already instanced the extreme case of loss of labour in preaching to a deaf man, or to one...
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Sermons

Sermons, English - 1830 - 135 pages
...in fact, the great business of our lives to provide ourselves with them. We are ever taking thought what we shall eat, and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed. But the wants of the soul do not so easily win our attention ; the love of our spiritual life, the...
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The Orthodox Presbyterian, Volume 2

Presbyterians - 1831
...scantily supplied with gratification, while thought bends all its energies to the provision of the flesh. What we shall eat, and what we shall drink, and wherewithal we shall be clothed, absorb our attention, and draw us away from those high intellectual pleasures, more becoming us as...
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