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" Shall there be evil in the City, and the Lord hath not done it? "
Lowe's Edinburgh magazine - Page 466
1847
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Protestant Modernism in Holland

Eldred Cornelius Vanderlaan - Modernism - 1924 - 127 pages
...that sin and unbelief, where they exist, are not ordained by God, not taken up into His world-plan ? " Shall there be evil in the city, and the Lord hath not done it ? " ' 26 No other view is possible without denying the sovereignty of God. 23 ' . . . het kunnen of...
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 26

1871
...the •mediœval Devil the metamorphosis is as great as that * " I create evil," Isaiah xlv. 7 ; " Shall there be evil in the city, and the Lord hath not done it," Amos iii. 6 ; cf. Iliad, xxlv. 527, and contrast 2 Samuel xxiv. i with x Chronicles x*i. xwhich degraded...
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Proceedings and Addresses, Volume 13

Pennsylvania-German Society - German Americans - 1904
...He read Leviticus XXVI., and by way of introduction referred to and briefly explained Amos III. 6: " Shall there be evil in the city and the Lord hath not done it?" He maintained that the ministers of the English court were instruments in the hands of God like Nebuchadnezzar...
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So Dreadfull a Judgment: Puritan Responses to King Philip’s War, 1676–1677

Richard Slotkin, James K. Folsom, Wesleyan University Press, University Press of New England - History - 1978 - 490 pages
...should be ready to run out against the heathen, but the scripture would quiet me again, Amos 3. 6, Shall there be evil in the city, and the Lord hath not done it? The Lord help me to make a right improvement of His word, and that I might learn that great lesson,...
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Puritans Among the Indians: Accounts of Captivity and Redemption, 1676-1724

Alden T. Vaughan, Edward W Clark - Biography & Autobiography - 2009 - 286 pages
...I should be ready to run out against the heathen, but the scripture would quiet me again, Amos 3:6, "Shall there be evil in the city, and the Lord hath not done it?" The Lord help me to make a right improvement of His word and that I might learn that great lesson,...
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American Colonial Prose: John Smith to Thomas Jefferson

Mary Ann Radzinowicz, Graham Storey - Literary Criticism - 1984 - 285 pages
...say? God seemed to leave his People to themselves, and order all things for his own holy ends. Shal there be evil in the City and the Lord hath not done it? They are not grieved for the affliction of Joseph, therefore shal they go Captive, with the first that...
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The Cholera Years: The United States in 1832, 1849, and 1866

Charles E. Rosenberg - Medical - 2009 - 276 pages
...and illness, the Christian must never forget that first causes were under the Lord's direct control. "Shall there be evil in the city and the Lord hath not done it." Cholera was clearly a divine imposition.12 What had science learned of it? The residents of orthodox...
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Remarkable Providences: Readings on Early American History

John Demos - History - 1991 - 455 pages
...say? God seemed to leave His people to themselves, and [He] orders all things for His own holy ends. Shall there be evil in the city and the Lord hath not done it? They are not grieved for the affliction of Josephi therefore shall they go captive, with the first...
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Spurgeon: Prince of Preachers

Lewis A. Drummond - Biography & Autobiography - 895 pages
...sermon on the subject until the following Sunday. On the next Lord's Day, he preached from Amos 3:6, "Shall there be evil in the city, and !;•• the Lord hath not done it?" He entitled the message "The Royal DeaŘibed." In his introduction he paid tribute to the character...
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Colonial American Travel Narratives

Wendy Martin - Travel - 1994 - 352 pages
...I say? God seemed to leave his People to themselves, and ordered all things for his own holy ends. Shall there be evil in the City and the Lord hath not done it? They are not grieved for the affliction of Joseph, therefore they shall go captive with the first that...
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