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" Offices are celebrated: the other, a spiritual fabric, which is the Collection of the Faithful. The church, that is the people forming it, is assembled by its ministers, and collected together into one place by "Him who maketh men to be of one mind in... "
Medieval Cathedrals - Page 238
by William W. Clark - 2006 - 272 pages
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The Christian Advocate, Volume 10

1832
...of any of the friends of the Society. Your Committee cannot omit to acknowledge their gratitude to Him who maketh men to be of one mind in a house, that among themselves a unanimity of feeling has prevailed, and that their proceedings through the...
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The Christian guardian (and Church of England magazine).

1827
...anxiety. Under such circumstances it surely becomes all, without exception, to intreat by fervent prayer Him who maketh men to be of one mind in a house, to send and preserve peace upon earth, and to hasten that day when the gospel shall be preached unto...
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The Governess: Or, The Young Female Academy

Mary Martha Sherwood - 1827 - 222 pages
...Teachum, " let us thank God for this blessed change which has taken place among you, and give the glory to him who maketh men to be of one mind in a house." Miss Jenny thanked her governess for her kind approbation, and said, that if she would give them leave,...
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The Governess, Or, The Little Female Academy

Mary Martha Sherwood - Children's stories - 1827 - 252 pages
...Teachum, " let us thank God for this blessed change which has taken place among you, and give the glory to him who maketh men to be of one mind in a house." Miss Jenny thanked her governess for her kind approbation, and said, that if she would give them leave,...
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Sermons on several occasions, by H. Moore. With a memoir of his life

Henry Moore - 1830 - 422 pages
...the London circuit, and another of them to be his helper; and the Conference concluded with praise to Him " who maketh men to be of one mind in a house."* * For a few years our happy unanimity continued. But in the year 1796, a young man, Mr. Alexander Kilbam,...
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Remains of the Late Right Reverend Daniel Sandford: Including ..., Volume 2

Daniel Sandford (Bishop of Edinburgh), John Sandford - 1830
...support. You are all so good and kind, that I were indeed most insensible not to be most grateful to Him " who maketh men to be of one mind in a house," and to yourselves. Nor must I forget in this pleasing enumeration my dearest little Jane, whose affection...
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Remains of ... Daniel Sandford [ed.] with a memoir by J. Sandford, Volume 2

Daniel Sandford (bp. of Edinburgh.) - 1830
...support. You are all so good and kind, that I were indeed most insensible not to be most grateful to Him " who maketh men to be of one mind in a house," and to yourselves. Nor must I forget in this pleasing enumeration my dearest little Jane, whose affection...
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The Governess, Or, The Little Female Academy, Volume 1

Mrs. Sherwood (Mary Martha), Mary Martha Sherwood - Children's stories - 1832 - 252 pages
...Teachum, " let us thank God for this blessed change which has taken place among you, and give the glory to him who maketh men to be of one mind in a house." Miss Jenny thanked her governess for her kind approbation, and said, that if she would give them leave,...
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The Christian Observer, Volume 32

Religion - 1832
...members of the society. May the thanks for so great a benefit be paid, where alone they are due, to Him who maketh men to be of one mind in a house, and cements brethren together in godly unity. I have alluded, my lord, to these fundamental laws, because,...
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The Works of Mrs. Sherwood: Being the Only Uniform Edition Ever Published in ...

Mary Martha Sherwood - English literature - 1834
...Teachum, " let us thank God for this blessed change which has taken place among you, and give the glory to Him who maketh men to be of one mind in a house." Miss Jenny thanked her governess for her kind approbation, and said, that if she would give them leave,...
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