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" ... lift it," meaning that the sympathizer does not feel so keenly as the sufferer. The result of this truth is, that many sufferers remain unaided. Yet the Christian part of our world shows varied and noble establishments, the sole object of which is... "
America as I Found it - Page 294
by Mary Grey Lundie Duncan - 1852 - 380 pages
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Practical Discourses on the Leading Truths of the Gospel. ...

John Witherspoon, William Shenstone - Apologetics - 1768 - 347 pages
...hearing, and hearing by the word of God." Therefore, Therefore, in expectation of the blelfing of him who " hath the hearts of all men in his hand, and " turneth them howfoever he will," I proclaim in the heaving of every finner within thefe walls, " that God fo loved...
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Sermons and Discourses on Several Subjects and Occasions, Volume 1

Francis Atterbury - Sermons, English - 1774
...opening of this wonderful fcene, at once difcovered itfelf ; and which could proceed from him alone, who hath the hearts of all men in his hand, and turneth them whitherfoever he lifteth* Alas ! When man is to influence man, in order to bring about fuch mighty...
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The Works of the Rev. John Witherspoon, D.D.L.L.D., Late President ..., Volume 1

John Witherspoon, John Rodgers - Presbyterian Church - 1800
...coineth by hearing, and hear" ing by the word of God." Therefore, in expectation, of the bleffing of him who " hath the hearts of all men in " his hand, and turneth them howfoever he will," I proclaim in the hearing of every finner within thefe walls, " that God fo loved...
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The Works of the Rev. John Witherspoon...: To which is Prefixed an ..., Volume 1

John Witherspoon, John Rodgers - Presbyterian Church - 1802
...cometh by hearing, and hear" ing by the word of God." Therefore, in expectation of the bleffing of him who " hath the hearts of all men in " his hand, and turneth them howfoever he will," I prodaim in the hearing of every [inner within thefe walls, " that God fo loved...
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Memoirs of Mr. John Janeway

James Janeway - 1824 - 224 pages
...with comfort at all. But in the mount of the Lord will he be seen. Just as I thought of giving up, he who hath the hearts of all men in his hand, and turneth them as the rivers of water are turned, was pleased, by a merciful, though afflicting providence, to set me...
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The Works of the Rev. Andrew Fuller, Volume 6

Andrew Fuller - Baptists - 1825
...with comfort at all. But in the mount of the Lord will he be seen. Just as I thought of giving up, he who hath the hearts of all men in his hand, and turneth them as the rivers of water are turned was pleased, by a merciful though afflicting providence, to set me at...
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The Works ...

Andrew Fuller - 1825
...with comfort at all. But in the mount of the Lord will he be seen. Just as I thought of giving up, he who hath the hearts of all men in his hand, and turneth them as the rivers of water are turned, was pleased, by a merciful though afflicting providence, to set me...
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A campanha de 1783 contra o Vtigulo

Robert Brook Aspland - Mozambique - 1850 - 626 pages
...manner in which the Revolution was accomplished, is another indication of the interposition of Him who ' hath the hearts of all men in his hand, and turneth them whithersoever he will ;' ' who changeth the times and the seasons; who removeth kings, and setteth...
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America as I Found it

Mary Grey Lundie Duncan - African Americans - 1852 - 440 pages
...noble establishments, the sole object of which is to lighten, if not remove, the load of the burdened. We find it instructive to look from the institution...Out of his emotion of pity sprung the Institution at DOsselthal Abbey, which has preserved, educated, and sent out in the world 1,400 orphans. Thus was...
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america as i found it

1852
...noble establishments, the sole object of which is to lighten, if not remove, the load of the burdened. We find it instructive to look from the institution...water. Thus was the heart of the benevolent Count Yon De Heeke touched when he found naked children living on roots in a Silesian forest, whom a prolonged...
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