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Of the Imitation of Christ: Four Books - Page 68
by Thomas ( Kempis) - 1869 - 207 pages
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A practical treatise upon Christian perfection

William Law - 1726
...Dainties, and lives upon Delicacies out of Choice, may be no Epicure. AGAIN, Who does not know that a Man may give all his Go'ods to feed the Poor, and yet want Charity ? But will any one therefore conclude, that another may keep all his Goods to himfelf,...
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A practical treatise upon Christian perfection. Repr. [of the 1726 ed.].

William Law - 1734
...dainties, and lives upon delicacies out of choice, may be no Epicure. AGAIN, who does not know that a man may give all his goods to feed the poor, and yet want charity ? but will any one therefore conclude, that another may keep all his goods to himfelf,...
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The History of the Poor Laws: With Observations

Richard Burn - Charity laws and legislation - 1764 - 295 pages
...charity ; that great and comprehenfive virtue, of which almfgiving at the moft is but a fmall part ; for a man may give all his goods to feed the poor; and yet not have charity. Even the lord chief juftice Hale, long after the compulfory laws were in force, gave...
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The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature, Volume 33

Tobias George Smollett - English literature - 1772
...great number of other learned and ingenious writers. In the fecond difcourfe, the author proves, that a man may give all his goods to feed the poor, and yet be destitute of true chrifttan charity. — This exhibits a juft defcription of univerfal benevolence....
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The Light of Nature Pursued, Volume 3, Part 2

Abraham Tucker - Philosophy - 1777
...all i and for the potTibility of its being none, we have the authority of Saint Paul, who tells us a man may give all his goods to feed the poor and yet not have Charity : we cannot fuppofe the man here fpecified to give away all his goods upon temporal...
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The Christian Observer, Volume 10

Religion - 1812
...where it is written, " husbands, love your wives even as Christ loved the church." We know also, that " a man may give all his goods to feed the poor," and yet be " nothing." It is one thing to enrich a Missionary or a Bible Society ; another, to " seek not our...
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Edinburgh Review, Or Critical Journal, Volume 39; Volume 73

Sydney Smith - History - 1841
...zeal with piety — especially when accompanied by mortification and self-denial — he declares, that a man may give all his goods to feed the poor, and his body to be burned, and it still shall profit him nothing. In a Christian man, what else is goodness...
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Sermons

William Jay - Free churches - 1805 - 478 pages
...are eflential to the goodnefs of action. A thing may be materially good, when it is not morally fo. A man may give " all his " goods to feed the poor, and not have charity ;" while a poor widow is held up as an example ot benevolence, though fhe cafts into...
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The works of the rev. John Newton, Volume 1

John Newton - 1808
...in a supreme love to God, have his glory for their aim,, and are produced by faith in Jesus Christ. A man may give all his goods to feed the poor, and his body to be burned, in zeal for the truth, and yet be a mere nothing, a tinkling cymbal, in the...
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The works of ... William Huntington ... to the close of the year MDCCCVI.

William Huntington (works.) - 1811
...poor and relieve their distresses are the best performances the children of nature are capable of, yet a man may give all his goods to feed the poor, and his body to be burnt, and be destitute of charity, consequently destitute of real morality. I believe...
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