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" Is it then all mere talk that Christ brought life and immortality to light? Why is it that with the certainty of the continued existence of your loved ones you feel as disconsolate and forlorn as if there were no other world and as if Christ had never... "
After Death; Or Letters from Julia - Page 28
by William Thomas Stead, Mary Theresa Shelhamer Longley, Édouard Grimard - 1910 - 121 pages
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The journal of Thomas Chalkley: To which is annexed, a collection of his works

Thomas Chalkley, Israel Pemberton - Quakers - 1808 - 563 pages
...before men, that others seeing your good works, may glorify your Father which is in heaven. And again ; You are as a city set on a hill, which cannot be hid. And as you thus train up your children in the way which they should go, when they are young, yoH may...
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The Orthodox Presbyterian, Volume 3

Presbyterians - 1832
...world. How much more in this large and populous town, the metropolis of the first county in Ireland. You are as a city set on a hill which cannot be hid. On your life and ministry the triumph or the overthrow of evangelical religion, in this place, is suspended....
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Discourses to seamen

William Scoresby - 1831
...out, and to be trodden under foot of men." Christians, whose nature is really renewed and sanctified, 'are as a city set on a hill, which cannot be hid.' They are as 'good trees bringing forth good fruit;' but they require attention and pruning that they...
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The means of a religious revival

John Howard Hinton - Conversion - 1831 - 90 pages
...of a wondering, and sometimes of a scoffing world. They thus acquire an inevitable publicity. They are as a city set on a hill, which cannot be hid. Their prominence, like the elevation of a candle on a candlestick, is intended to enlarge the sphere...
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A journal of the life and travels of Thomas Chalkley

Thomas Chalkley - 1832
...before men, that others seeing your good works, may glorify your Father which is in heaven. And again, You are as a city set on a hill, which cannot be hid. And as you thus train up your children in the way in •which they should go, when they are young,...
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The Cottager's monthly visitor

1835
...for us. Let me entreat you then to call to mind the peculiar watchfulness which is required of you. You are as a city set on a hill which cannot be hid. Whether then, you eat or drink or whatsoever you do, endeavour to do all to the glory of God. Pray...
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The Friends' Library: Comprising Journals, Doctrinal Treatises, and Other ...

William Evans, Thomas Evans - Society of Friends - 1842
...men, that others seeing your good works, may glorify your Father which is in heaven.' And again; 'Ye are as a city set on a hill, which cannot be hid.' As you thus train up your children in the way which they should go, when they are young, you may have...
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The Worcester Pulpit: With Notices Historical and Biographical

Elam Smalley - Worcester (Mass.) - 1851 - 561 pages
...spread the Gospel over the world. Ye amiable people ! Ye are entitled to be called the elect of God. Ye are as a city set on a hill, which cannot be hid. Ye seem feeble and forgotten ; and many of you are persecuted. But ye are brethren, and yours finally...
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The Sexual Organism and Its Healthful Management

James Caleb Jackson - 1862 - 301 pages
...truthful view of their relations to this great Health Movement ; to remember that they, particularly, are as " a city set on a hill, which cannot be hid," — a light shining in the surrounding darkness, and representatives of that Great Light, " which lighteth...
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The Journal of Thomas Chalkley: A Minister of the Gospel in the Society of ...

Thomas Chalkley - Christian biography - 1866 - 634 pages
...men, that others seeing your good works, may glorify your Father which is in heaven.' And again; 'Ye are as a city set on a hill, which cannot be hid.' As you thus train up your children in the way which they should go, whenthey are young, you may have...
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