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" The great objects of faith in their simplest expression are felt by him BO sufficient to stir all the deepest affections of the heart, that any attempt to dress them up, to array them in moving language, were merely superfluous. The passion is there,... "
Early Latin Hymns: With Introduction and Notes - Page 24
edited by - 1922 - 445 pages
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Sacred Latin poetry, chiefly lyrical, selected and arranged, with notes and ...

Richard Chenevix Trench (abp. of Dublin) - 1849
...faith in their simplest expression are felt by him so sufficient to stir all the deepest affections of the heart, that any attempt to dress them up, to...indeed, but not to every careless beholder. Nor do we presently fail to observe how truly these poems belonged to their time and to the circumstances under...
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Sacred Latin poetry: chiefly lyrical, selected and arranged for use

Hymns, Latin - 1849 - 316 pages
...faith in their simplest expression are felt by him so sufficient to stir all the deepest affections of the heart, that any attempt to dress them up, to...indeed, but not to every careless beholder. Nor do we presently fail to observe how truly these poems belonged to their time and to the circumstances under...
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The Ecclesiologist, Volume 9; Volume 12

Church architecture - 1851
...faith in]their simplest expression are felt by him so sufficient to stir all the deepest affections of the heart, that any attempt to dress them up, to...them in moving language, were merely superfluous. And suitably did the faith which was in actual conflict with, and was just triumphing over, the power...
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Thesaurus hymnologicus: ...

Hermann Adalbert Daniel - Hymns, Greek - 1855
...faith in their simplest expression are felt by him so sufficient to stir all the deepest affections of the heart, that any attempt to dress them up, to...represt, a fire burning inwardly, the glow of' an austere enthuDaniel, Thes. Hymn. IV. ] nihil invenio quod ad hymnum pertinere possit: contra conf. IX, 12 '...
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Thesaurus hymnologicus sive hymnorum canticorum sequentiarum, Volume 4

Hermann Adalbert Daniel - 1855
...faith in their simplest expression are felt by him so sufficient to stir all the deepest affections of the heart, that any attempt to dress them up, to...represt, a fire burning inwardly, the glow of an austere enthüllend. Thes. Hymn. IV. } nihil invenio quod ad hymnum pertinere possit: contra conf. IX, 12 apertissima...
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Thesaurus hymnologicus sive Hymnorum: canticorum, sequentiarum ..., Volumes 3-4

Hermann Adalbert Daniel - Hymns, Greek - 1855
...faith in their simplest expression are felt by him so sufficient to stir all the deepest affections of the heart, that any attempt to dress them up, to...represt, a fire burning inwardly, the glow of an austere enthuDaniel, Thes. Hymn. IV. J nihil invenio quod ad hymnum pertinere possit: contra conf. IX, 12 apertissima...
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The Christian Witness and Congregational Magazine, Volume 1

Congregational churches - 1865
...faith in their simplest expression are felt by him so sufficient to stir all the deepest affections of the heart, that any attempt to dress them up, to...them in moving language, were merely superfluous." And though in these hymns there may be no softness, perhaps little tenderness, in place of these there...
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Monthly Packet, Volume 11

1871
...lifted. The great objects of faith are felt by him so sufficient to stir all the deepest affections of the heart, that any attempt to dress them up, to...The passion is there, but it is latent and represt — o fire burning inwardly, the glow of an austere enthusiasm, which reveals itself indeed, but not...
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St. Ambrose: His Life, Times, and Teaching

Robinson Thornton - 1879 - 215 pages
...faith in their simplest expression are felt by him so sufficient to stir all the deepest affections of the heart, that any attempt to dress them up, to...superfluous. The passion is there, but it is latent and repressed, a fire burning inwardly, the glow of an austere enthusiasm, which reveals itself, indeed,...
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History of the Christian Church, Volume 1

Henry Clay Sheldon - Church history - 1894
...in moving language, were simply superfluous. The passion is there, but it is latent and repressed, a fire burning inwardly, the glow of an austere enthusiasm,...itself indeed, but not to every careless beholder." * Neale accounts as genuine ten of the many hymns assigned to Ambrose. The following on the Nativity...
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