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" Come, come ! I am ready I am ready to lay down my life for thy truth . . . patient as a lamb. For it is the cause of justice — it is thine. ... I will never separate myself from thee ; neither now, nor through eternity. . . . And though the world should... "
Miscellanies - Page 282
by J. T. Headley - 1850 - 298 pages
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The Congregational magazine [formerly The London Christian ..., Volume 9

1845
...patient as a lamb : for the cause is just, and it is thine. I will not withdraw from thee now, nor in all eternity. . . . And though the world should be filled with devils, — though my body, which is yet the work of thy hands, should be forced to bite the dust ... to be stretched on the ground . ....
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The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository

...assist me against all the wisdom of the world. Thou hast chosen me for the work. Stand by my side, and though the world should be filled with devils, though my body, which, however, is the work of thy hands, should bite the dust, be racked on the wheels, cut in pieces, ground...
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History of the Reformation in the Sixteenth Century, Volume 2

Jean Henri Merle d'Aubigné, Henry Beveridge - Reformation - 1846
...a lamb. For the cause is just, and it is thine ! . . . I will not break off from thee either now or through eternity ! . . . And though the world should be filled with devils, though my body, which however is the work of thy hands, should bite the dust, be racked on the wheel, cut in pieces . . ....
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History of the Reformation of the Sixteenth Century, Volume 1

Jean Henri Merle d'Aubigné - Reformation - 1851 - 675 pages
...silent straggle, he thus continues : "Lord! where stayest Thon? 0 my God! where art Thou? Come! come! I am ready! I am ready to lay down my life for Thy truth patient as alamb. For it is the cause of justice — it is thine! I will never separate myself from Thee, neither...
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The miners' sons: Martin Luther and Henry Martyn, Volume 7

Charles Dent Bell - 1853
...!" he cries, " help me, it is not my work, but thine — 0 my God, where art tbou ? — come, come, I am ready to lay down my life for thy truth, patient as a lamb — I will never separate myself from thee, either now or through eternity. Though the world should...
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History and revelation, the correspondence of the predictions of ..., Volume 2

1870
...patient as a lamb. For the cause is just, and it is thine 1 I will not break off from thee cither now or through eternity. And though the world should be filled with devils, though my body, which, however, is the work of thy hands, should bite the dust, be racked on the wheel, be cut in pieces,...
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The History of Protestantism, Volume 1

James Aitken Wylie - Church history - 1874
...once more become audible. "Lord, where etayest thou? . . . O my God ! where art thou 1 Come, come ! I am ready . . . I am ready to lay down my life for...should be filled with devils — though my body, which IB still the work of thy hands, should be slain, should be racked on the wheel . . . cut in pieces...
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Short papers on Church history, Volume 2

Andrew Miller - 1874
...presence of God — " Lord ! where stayest Thou ? . . . O my God ! where art Thou ? . . . Come ! Come 1 I am ready ! . . . I am ready to lay down my life for...justice — it is Thine ! ... I will never separate Thyself from me, neither now nor through eternity ! . . . And though the world should be filled with...
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The history of Protestantism, Volume 1

James Aitken Wylie - 1882
...more become audible. " Lord, where stayest thou t . . . O my God ! where art thou 1 Come, come ! I am ready I am ready to lay down my life for thy truth...which is still the work of thy hands, should be slain, should be racked on the wheel . . . cut in pieces . . . reduced to ashes . . . my soul is thine Yes...
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The history of Protestantism, Volume 1

James Aitken Wylie - 1883
...more become audible. " Lord, where stayest thou ? . . . O my God ! where art thou 1 Come, come ! I am ready I am ready to lay down my life for thy truth....through eternity. . . . And though the world should bo filled with devils — though my body, which is still the work of thy hands, should be slain, should...
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