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" I can not go to visit my distant patients on horseback, by reason of an almost broken neck, a reminiscence of war, glorious war — some fifty years since — and even walking quickly wearies me. The Melanesian clergy very kindly take the afternoon service... "
The Mutineers of the Bounty and Their Descendants in Pitcairn and Norfolk ... - Side 344
af Lady Diana Jolliffe Belcher - 1871 - 377 sider
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The Christian Contemplated in a Course of Lectures: Delivered in Argyle ...

William Jay - 1828 - 382 sider
...ashamed of their self-denial or sufferings, for they knew whom they had believed ; and were persuaded that he was able to keep that which they had committed unto him against that day. Even then they rejoiced iu the testimony of their consciences, and the secret smiles...
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The Eclectic Review, Bind 7;Bind 71

Samuel Greatheed, Daniel Parken, Theophilus Williams, Josiah Conder, Thomas Price, Jonathan Edwards Ryland, Edwin Paxton Hood - 1840
...holy angels. They knew in whom they had believed, and, as they were persuaded so has it been proved, that he was able to keep that which they had committed unto him until the great day. And as in their Father's house there are many mansions, ana they each one meet...
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The Methodist Review, Bind 11;Bind 22

1840
...holy angels. They knew in whom they had believed, and, as they were persuaded, so has it been proved, that he was able to keep that which they had committed unto him until the great day. And as in their Father's house there are many mansions, and they each one meet...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1840
...holy angels. They knew in whom they had believed, and, as they were persuaded so has it been proved, that he was able to keep that which they had committed unto him until the great day. And as in their Father's house there are many mansions, and they each one meet...
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An exposition of the Gospel according to st. John [ed. by James Fawcett].

John Fawcett - 1860
...knowledge of Jesus Christ and him crucified ? They knew whom they had believed, and were persuaded that he was able to keep that which they had committed unto him against that day. Hence it was that they loved not their lives, but were faithful unto death, being...
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The Nature of the Bible, Considered in Relation to Modern Scepticism

Charles Wills - 1865 - 114 sider
...confidence were established in their bosoms, since they knew now that nothing could harm them, and that He was able to keep that which they had committed unto Him. (3) On the other hand, since Miracle connects the open and the secret operations of God, it confirms...
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The Mutineers of the Bounty and Their Descendants in Pitcairn and Norfolk ...

Lady Diana Jolliffe Belcher - 1870 - 420 sider
...son's as my amanuensis, or to announce my death. I am not dangerously ill, but wearing away, I cannot go to visit my distant patients on horseback, by reason...yours, while to the windward side of the grave-yard, " GH NOBBS." 0 In a later letter addressed by Mr. Nobbs to his friend, the Bev. Gr. D. Glennie, he...
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The Mutineers of the Bounty and Their Descendants in Pitcairn and Norfolk ...

Lady Diana Jolliffe Belcher - 1871 - 377 sider
...de guerre." To MB. and MBS. ROBERT WHITE, Son-in-law and Daughter of ADMIEAI, SIB FAIEFAX MOBESBY, GCB "Norfolk Island, February 19th, 1869. " MY DEAE...yours, while to the windward side of the grave-yard, GH NOBBS." In a later letter addressed by Mr. Nobbs to his friend, the Rev. GD Glennie, he gives a...
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The Heavenly World: Views of the Future Life by Eminent Writers

Godfrey Holden Pike - 1880 - 328 sider
...ashamed of their self-denial or sufferings, for they knew whom they had believed ; and were persuaded that He was able to keep that which they had committed unto Him against that day. Even then they rejoiced in the testimony of their consciences, and the secret smiles...
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Devotional readings for family prayer, by J.J. Dillon, Bind 1

John Jeffcott Dillon - 1885
...them, and commend themselves and their work to God. " They knew Whom they believed, and were persuaded that He was able to keep that which they had committed unto Him against that day." They were miling therefore to suffer, neither were they ashamed ; for their treasure...
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