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" And all the Inhabitants of the Earth are reputed as nothing : And he doth -according to his Will in the Army of Heaven, and among the Inhabitants of the Earth : And none can ftay his Hand, or fay unto him, What doft thou ? v. S2, :;. And thou... "
Of the Principles and Duties of Natural Religion - Page 130
by John Wilkins, William Lloyd - 1722 - 389 pages
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Of the principles and duties of natural religion: 2 books, by John, bishop ...

John Wilkins (bp. of Chester.), William Lloyd (bp. of Worcester.) - 1704
...as nothing before him. And he doth according to his will, in the armies of heaven, and twtongjt the Inhabitants of the earth, and none can ftay his hand,...And as this was their declared opinion, fo was their praftice fuitable to it 3 by owning that to be their Duty which they fuppofed to be agreeable to his...
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A Discourse Concerning the Divine Providence

William Sherlock - God - 1715 - 452 pages
...nothing ; and he doth according to his Will in the Army of Heavm, and among the Inhahitants of the Earthy and none can ftay his Hand, or fay unto him. What doft then ? This cut off all reafonable Pretences of paying Divine Worfhip to their Countrey-God's ,•...
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An exposition of the [Apostles'] Creed

John Pearson (bp. of Chester.) - 1715
...j^9™j|? ui? " his will,, in the army of heaven, and among the inhabitants of the earth : ?eft; % necvoand none can ftay his hand, or fay unto him, What doft thou.? According luntate cujufto the degrees of Power in the Agent and the Refiftent, is an Action per- j^Stis...
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Astronomical Principles of Religion, Natural & Reveal'd: In Nine Parts

William Whiston - Cosmology - 1717 - 304 pages
...Earth are reputed as nothing : And he doth according to his Will in rhe Army of Heaven, and among the Inhabitants of the Earth : And none can ftay his Hand, or fay unto him What doft thou > v- J2, 23. And thou his Son, O Bclfhazzar, haft not humbled thine Heart, though thou kneweft all...
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Astronomical Principles of Religion, Natural and Reveal'd: In Nine Parts ...

William Whiston - 1725 - 304 pages
...Earth are reputed as nothing : And he doth according to his Will in the Army of Heaven,and among the Inhabitants of the Earth : And none can ftay his Hand, or fay unto him, What doft thou ? v. a, 23. And thou his Son, O Beljhazzar^ haft not humbled thine Heart, though thou kneweft all this...
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An abstract of the historical part of the Old Testament [by E. Harley].

Edward Harley - 1730
...as nothing, and he doeth according to his Will in the Army of K kkk > Heaven, Heaven, and among the Inhabitants of the Earth, and none can ftay his Hand, or fay unto him, What doeft thou? 36 At the fame Time my Reafon returned unto me, and for the Glory of my Kingdom, mine Honour...
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Of the principles and duties of natural religion: 2 books, by John, bishop ...

John Wilkins (bp. of Chester.), William Lloyd (bp. of Worcester.) - 1734
...he doth according to his wilt, in the armies of heaven, and amongfl the inhabitants of the earth j and none can ftay his hand, or fay unto him^ what...And as this was their declared Opinion, fo was their Pradice fuitable to it ; by owning that to be their Duty which they fuppofed to be agreeable to his...
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The Ancient History of the Egyptians, Carthaginians, Assyrians ..., Volume 2

Charles Rollin - Carthaginians - 1734
...him, and that he doeth according to his " will, in the army of heaven, and among the incc habitants of the earth ; and none can ftay his ' hand, or fay unto him, what do'ft thou ? " Now he recover'dvhis former countenance and form. His courtiers went out to feek him ; he was reftored...
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An Explication of the First Part of the Assembly's Shorter Catechism: In ...

Thomas Boston - Sermons, English - 1755 - 301 pages
...them all.' Dan. iv. 35. ' He doth according to his own will in the army of ' heaven, and among the inhabitants of the earth : ' and none can ftay his hand, or fay unto him, ' What doft thou ?' Wherefore, God is. not the Author of Sin ; no more than he who rides a crooked Horfe, is the Caufe...
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A Sermon, Preached at Haberdashershall, November 30th: On Occasion of the ...

Thomas Gibbons - Earthquakes - 1756 - 44 pages
...Earth are reputed as nothing; and he does according to his Will, in the Army of Heaven, and among the Inhabitants of the Earth : and none can ftay his Hand, or fay unto him, What doe/} thou? What Devaftation and Mifery can the Almighty crowd into a few Moments, if he pleafes;...
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