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" Surely in vain is the net spread in the sight of any bird," or, before the eyes of every thing that hath a wing, as in the original. "
The Historians' History of the World: England to 1485 - Page 155
edited by - 1904
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Village sermons

George Burder - Sermons, English - 1835
...darkness ; he reigns in darkness, and by darkness. Sinners little think where he is leading them. " Surely in vain is the net spread in the sight of any bird." Prov. i. 17. The silly birds are wiser than sinners. Sinners are told of their danger, but to no purpose....
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Theological Works: Published at Different Times, and Now Collected ..., Volume 4

Thomas Scott - Religion - 1808
...cry for mercy, and eternally curse their folly, in being the dupes of such a delusion ! " Surely " in vain is the net spread in the sight of any " bird." You evidently see the design of Satan in this temptation: he aims only to lull you into security, till...
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The works of the rev. John Newton, Volume 1

John Newton - 1808
...will not be warned. If a beast escapes from a trap, he will be cautious how he goes near it again, and in vain is the net spread in the sight of any bird. But man, though he be often reproved, hardens his neck; he rushes upon his ruin with his eyes open,...
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The works of President Edwards ...

Jonathan Edwards - Congregational churches - 1809
...vanity of all such flatteries. J8e ad.all of that which you are sure is the devil's bait: " Sureiy in vain is the net spread in the sight of any bird," Prov.i. ir. You are not only told in the scriptures, that sinners are generally thus allured to hell,...
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The Works of President Edwards ..., Volume 8

Jonathan Edwards, Samuel Austin - Congregational churches - 1809
...vanity of all such flatteries. Be afraid of that which you are sure is the devil's bait.: i' Surely in vain is the net spread in the sight of any bird," Prov. i. 17. You are not only told in the scriptures, that sinners are generally thus allured to hell,...
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The Testimony of Christ's Second Appearing: Containing a General Statement ...

Benjamin Seth Youngs - Second Advent - 1810 - 620 pages
...evident, them that the manner of Christ's coming, is not according to the expectations of man : For in vain is the net spread in the sight of any bird. . 30. Therefore, when Christ speaks of his coming in the clouds, he also says, Then shall ail t/ie...
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The whole works of ... John Howe [ed. by J. Hunt].

John Howe - 1813
...bent of a disaffect' ed heart. God hath not left us altogether "ignorant of Satan's devices ;" and "in vain is the net spread in the sight of any bird." When he would so grossly impose upon us m so plain cases, we are very foolish creatures, sillier than...
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The London Christian instructor, or, Congregational magazine

1822
...other powers control and persuade him directly contrary to the judging power. The wise man says, " In vain is the net spread in the sight of any bird ;" but not so with respect to the human mind. There shall be no concealment — clear, manifest evil,...
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The Works of the Late Rev. T. Scott, Rector of Aston Sanford, Bucks, Volume 1

John Scott (A.M.) - Theology - 1823
...one cry for mercy, and eternally curse their folly, in being the dupes of such a delusion ! " Surely in vain is the net spread in the sight of " any bird." You evidently sec the design of Satan in this temptation : he aims only to lull you into security,...
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The Works of the Rev. J. Newton ...: With the Memoirs of the ..., Volume 1

John Newton, Richard Cecil - Theology - 1824
...will not be warned. If a beast escapes from a trap, he will be cautious how he goes near it again, and in vain is the net spread in the sight of any bird. But man, though he be often reproved, hardens his neck; he rushes upon his ruin with his eyes open,...
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