Exercises in religious knowledge

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Manners and Miller, and T. Cadell and W. Davies, 1809 - Christian education - 124 pages
 

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Page 135 - God with all our heart, and with all our soul, and with all our strength, and with all our mind.™ Q.
Page 139 - ... love the Lord our God with all our heart, and with all our mind, and with all our soul...
Page 110 - Lord has taught us to pray that the will of God may be done on earth as it is- in heaven.
Page 97 - ... love our enemies, to bless them that curse us, to do good to them that hate us, and to pray for them that despitefully use us and persecute us...
Page 155 - We have not met with any thing nearly so good as this since we read the Castle Rackrent and the Popular Tales of Miss Edgeworth. This contains as admirable a picture of the Scotish Peasantry as those works do of the Irish ; and rivals them, not only in the general truth...
Page 155 - WORKS of HENRY MACKENZIE, Esq, revised and corrected by the Author, with the addition of various Pieces never before published. Most beautifully printed, in Eight Volumes Post 8vo., with a Portrait of the Author. Price 3i. 3s. boards. This edition, published under the careful inspection and review of th...
Page 155 - Popular Tales of Miss Edgeworth. This contains as admirable a picture of the Scottish peasantry as those works do of the Irish ; and rivals them not only in the general truth of the delineations, and in the cheerfulness and practical good sense of the lessons which they convey, but in the nice discrimination of national character, and the skill with which a dramatic representation of humble life is saved from caricature and absurdity.
Page 154 - ... diligent, and sober-minded servants, well instructed in their duty to God and man, and who have acquired habits which may accord with and support their principles.
Page 126 - ... object of the devotion of the patriarchs and prophets : for Him they constantly sighed ; Him they regarded in all their sacrifices, which were, indeed, so many figures of Him, and of His death. All these figures were to have an end when Christ Himself, the very Truth, came in person into the world, and offered Himself upon the Cross, a sacrifice for the sins of the world. But still His death and passion is to be the perpetual object of the devotion of all His children and servants, even to the...
Page 154 - ... is at present limited to six; but if the plan is deemed worthy of general approbation, the Managers confide in the liberality of the Public, for bestowing the means of its extension and permanent establishment. ''In order to prevent any misapprehension of their views with regard to the...

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