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" XIX. 42.) at leaft in this our day, the things which belong unto our peace, before they are hid from our eyes. Never may fuch blindnefs happen to us, as befel the Jews; but may we (If. LV. 6, 7-) feek the Lord while he may be found, and call upon him... "
An appeal to the commons and citizens of London. [Followed by] the preface ... - Page 31
by Charles Lucas - 1756 - 75 pages
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Three sermons; Of forms of prayer, and particularly those of the church of ...

Thomas Newton (bp. of Bristol.) - 1745
...nation, and thofe chiefly in the beft and greateft families. God give us grace and wifdom that we mayjee the things which belong unto our peace before they are hid from our eyes! And furely you will not need any other admonition; it will be fufHcient to admonifh you in the words...
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Dissertations on the prophecies, which have remarkably been ..., Volume 2

Thomas Newton (bp. of Bristol.) - Bible - 1766
...natural and probable confequences of them. God give us grace, that we may know, (Luke XIX. 42.) at leaft in this our day, the things 'which belong unto our...before they are hid from our eyes. Never may fuch blindneis happen to us, as befel the Jews ; but may we (If. LV. 6, J.}feek the Lord •while he may...
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Reform Or Ruin: Take Your Choice!: In which the Conduct of the King: the ...

John Bowdler - Great Britain - 1798 - 42 pages
...lea ft, in this our day, the things which belong nnto. our 'Peace, before they are hid from wr qyes. Never may fuch blindnefs happen to. Us as befell the Jews ; but may wefeek the Lord •while he may be found, and call upon him while he is near ; and return unto the...
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Dissertations on the Prophecies which Have Remarkably Been ..., Volume 2

Thomas Newton - Bible - 1803
...natural and pro' babk: confequences of them. God give us grace, that we may know (Luke XIX. 42.) at leaft in this our day, the things which belong unto our...our eyes. Never may fuch blindnefs happen to us, as befel the Jews; but may we (If. LV. 6, 7-) feek the Lord while he may be found, and call upon him -while...
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The plain reader's help in the study of the holy Scriptures ..., Volume 228

William Thomas Bree - 1821
...the tree, and nothing can stay the hand of justice from striking the fatal stroke. May we see, then, the things which belong unto our peace, before they are hid from our eyes! 4. There were giants in the earth Ire.] It is uncertain whether by this, we are to understand giants...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate, Volume 23

1824
...charity, for glorifying drop of water cannot be obtained to cool the tongue. Let us, then, wisely consider in this our day, •• the things which belong unto our peace," before they are for ever hidden from our eyes. " Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do," says Solomon, " do it with thy...
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The Christian Observer, Volume 23

Religion - 1824
...flames where even A drop of water cannot be obtained to cool the tongue. Let us, then, wisely consider in this our day, " the things which belong unto our peace," before they are for ever hidden from our eyes. " Whatsoever thy hand findeth to do," says Solomon, " do it with thy...
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Sermons Preached in England

Reginald Heber - Sermons, English - 1829 - 392 pages
...so shun their obstinacy as that we may not be given over to their blindness, but that we may know, in this our day, the things which belong unto our peace before they are hid from our eyes, before the evil days come and the years in which we shall say we have no pleasure in them,* and before...
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Sermons preached before the Honourable society of Lincoln's inn ..., Volume 1

William Van Mildert (bp. of Durham.) - 1832
...these dreadful consequences are set before us, that we may be persuaded to " know" and consider, " in this our day, the things which " belong unto our peace," before " they are " hid from our eyesd." Thus the goodness, no less than the justice of God, is displayed in that very circumstance...
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Sermons, and other remains; collected and arranged, with an intr. memoir by ...

Robert Lowth (bp. of London.) - 1834
...abandon " every weight, and the sin which does most easily beset us," and with diligence " seek those things which belong unto our peace, before they are hid from our eyes." Be not so deceived as to imagine that your alliance to Abraham, your communion with the purest church,...
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