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History of Scotland - Page 359
by Patrick Fraser Tytler - 1834
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The Acts and Monuments of John Foxe: A New and Complete Edition, Volume 5

John Foxe - Church history - 1838
...joyful days ; but this day, in which we must die, ought to be most joyful unto us both, because we must have joy for ever ; therefore I will not bid you good night, for we shall suddenly meet with joy in the kingdom of heaven.'" The woman, after that, was taken to a place...
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The Lollards: Or, Some Account of the Witnesses for the Truth in Great ...

George Stokes - Lollards - 1838 - 324 pages
...joyful days ; but this day, in which we must die, ought to be most joyful to us both, because we must have joy for ever; therefore I will not bid you good night, for we shall suddenly meet with joy in the kingdom of heaven." She was then taken to the waterside to be...
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The Scottish Christian Herald

Church history - 1839
...and this day on which we must die, we ought to esteem the most joyful of all, Because now we shall have joy for ever. Therefore, I will not bid you good night, for we shall shortly meet in the kingdom of heaven." After witnessing- his death, she was ordered to prepare...
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Sketches of Scottish Church history: embracing the period from the ...

Thomas M'Crie - 1841
...and this day on which we must die, we ought to esteem the most joyful of all, because now we shall have joy for ever. Therefore, I will not bid you good night, for we shall meet in the kingdom of heaven." ' eter witnessing his death, she was ordered to prepare for...
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Publications, Issue 133, Volume 1

Presbyterian Church in the U.S.A. Board of Publication - 1843
...many joyful days; but this day in which we must die ought to be most joyful unto us both, because we have joy for ever. Therefore I will not bid you good night ; for we shall suddenly meet, with joy, in the kingdom of heaven." She was then led forth to be drowned ;...
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The Earthen Vessel and Christian Record & Review, Volumes 12-14

Baptists - 1856
...and this day, on whicl: we must die, we ought to esteem the mosi joyful of all, because now we shall have joy for ever. Therefore I will not bid you good night, for we shall shortly meet in the Kingdom of Heaven." She saw her husband expire, and was then taken to...
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The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository

...and this day on which we must die, we ought to esteem the most joyful of all, because now we shall have joy for ever. Therefore, I will not bid you good night, for we shall shortly meet in the kingdom of Heaven." She saw her husband expire, and was then taken to...
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Select Extracts for the Young

Free Church of Scotland. Committee for the Publication of the Works of Scottish Reformers and Divines - Scotland - 1846 - 250 pages
...joyful days; but this day in which we must die ought to be most joyful to us ooth, because we must have joy for ever. Therefore I will not bid you good night, for we shall suddenly meet with joy in the kingdom of heaven." The woman after was taken toaplacetobe drowned...
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The Bulwark, Or, Reformation Journal: In Defence of the True ..., Volumes 1-2

Protestantism - 1852
...joyful days, and this day of our death we ought to esteem the most joyful of them all, for we shall have joy for ever ; therefore, I will not bid you good night, for we shall shortly meat in the kingdom of heaven.' As soon as the men were executed, the woman was taken...
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The Church Historians of England: Reformation Period, Volume 5, Part 2

Josiah Pratt - 1858
...joyful days ; but this day, in which we must die, ought to be most joyful unto us both, because we must have joy for ever ; therefore I will not bid you good night, for we shall suddenly meet with joy in the kingdom of heaven." The woman, after that, was taken to a place...
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