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" Certainly there must be some Being who made all these things, a Being that always was, and can never cease to be. He must be inexpressibly more mighty, knowing and wise, than the wisest man. He must be very good too, because every thing that he has made... "
The History of Greenland:: Containing a Description of the Country, and Its ... - Side 199
af David Cranz - 1767
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A View of Universal History, from the Creation to the Present Time ..., Bind 2

John Adams - 1795
...man. He muft be very good too, be" caufe every thing that he has made is good, ufeful, and ne" ceflary for us. Ah ! did I but know him, how would I " love him and honour him ! Ei:t who has feen him? Y\ h*." has ever converted with him .' None oi us poor men. ^ ct * there may...
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The Age of Infidelity: In Answer to the Second Part of the Age of ..., Del 2

Thomas Williams - 1796 - 62 sider
...inexpreffibly more mighty, knowing and wife than the wifeft man. He muft be very good too, becaufe that every thing that he has made is good, ufeful and neceflary for us. Ah, did I but know him, how would I love and honour him ! But who has feen him ? Who has ever converfed with him, none of us poor men. Yet there...
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A Complete Body of Doctrinal and Practical Divinity: Or, A System of ..., Bind 1

John Gill - 1796
...must be very good too, because that eveГУ thing that ^he has made is good, useful, and necessary for us. Ah, did I but know him, how would I love him and honour him ! But who has seen him ? who has ever conversed with him ? None of us poor men. Yet there may be men too that know...
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Gill's Complete Body of Practical and Doctrinal Divinity

John Gill - 1810
...He must be very good too, because that every thing that he has made is good, useful, and necessary for us. Ah, did I but know him, how would I love him and honour him! But who has seen him? who has ever conversed with him? None of us poor men. Yet there may be men too that know...
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The History of Missions: Or, Of the Propagation of Christianity ..., Bind 1

William Brown (M.D.) - 1816
...wisest man. He must be good too, because every thing that he has made is good, useful and necessary for us. Ah! did I but know him, how would I love him and honour him! But who has seen him? Who has ever conversed with him? None of us poor men. Yet there may be men, too, that know...
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Spirit of the English Magazines, Bind 12

1823
...man. He must be very good too ; because, every thing that he has made is good, useful, and necessary for us. Ah ! did I but know him, how would I love him and honour him ! But who lias seen him ? Who has conversed with him ? — none of us poor men. Yet there may be men too that...
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A dictionary of all religions and religious denominations,including the ...

Hannah Adams - 1823
...wisest man. He must be very good too; for every thing that he has made is good, useful, and necessary for us. Ah, did I but know him, how would I love him, and honour him ! But who has seen him? who has ever conversed with him ? None of us poor men. Yet there may be men, too, who know...
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The Nature and Extent of the Christian Dispensation: With Reference to the ...

Edward William Grinfield - 1827 - 461 sider
...man. He must be very good too, because every thing that he has made is good, useful, and necessary for us. Ah! did I but know him, how would I love him and honour him! But who has seen him ? Who has ever conversed with him ? None of us poor men. Yet there may be men, too, that know...
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The Nature and Extent of the Christian Dispensation: With Reference to the ...

Edward William Grinfield - 1827 - 461 sider
...man. He must be very good too, because every thing that he has made is good, useful, and necessary for us. Ah! did I but know him, how would I love him and honour him! But wiio has seen him ? Who has ever conversed with him? None of us poor men. Yet there may be men, too,...
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The Scottish Christian Herald, Bind 1,Del 2

1836
...wisest man. He must be verygoodtoo, because every thing that he has made is good, uselul, and necessary for us. Ah, did I but know him, how would I love and honour him ! But who has seen biro! Who has ever conversed with him? None of uspo« men. Yet there...
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