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" If I did despise the cause of my man-servant or of my maid-servant when they contended with me ; what then shall I do when God riseth up? and when he visiteth, what shall I answer him? Did not he that made me in the womb, make him? and did not one fashion... "
The Spectator, with Illustrative Notes: To which are Prefixed, the Lives of ... - Page 259
1794
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The Free-thinker, Volume 3

1723
...were thoroughly weighed, and my Calamity laid in the Balances together ! In another place, he prays ; Let me be weighed in an even Balance, that God may know mine Integrity! In the ( which are bold and noble Compo/itions in the Lyrick Kind ) the wicked Man is faid, to be deceitful...
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An Introduction to the Classics: Containing a Short Discourse on Their ...

Anthony Blackwall - Classical education - 1737 - 271 pages
...Providence he is pleas'd to make them known to the World, and recommend them with Marks of Favour : Let me be weighed in an even Balance, that God may know mine Integrity *. Pindar has an Expreffion exactly parallel ; Tvooffo/utaii T»V 6A£/«» K0f iv$ov\\, I will know...
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The Spectator, Volume 3

1778
...out. Did not I weep for him that was in trouble ? " Was not my foul grieved for the poor ? Let me bt " weighed in an even balance, that God may know " mine integrity. If I did defpife the caufe of my man" fervant or of my maid-fervant when they contended " with me ; what then...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volume 4

1786
...(earched out. Did not I weep for him that was in trouble? Was not my foul grieved for the poor? Let me he weighed in an even balance, that God may know mine integrity. If I did defpiie the caufe of my manfêrvant or of my maid-fervant when they contended with me; what then (hall...
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Sacred Extracts: Or, Books and Chapters Selected from the New and Old ...

Bible - 1788 - 577 pages
...ways, and count all my fteps ? 5 If I have walked with vanity, or if my foot hath hafted to deceit ; 6 Let me be weighed in an even balance, that God may know mine integrity. 7 If my ftep hath turned out of the way, and mine heart walked after mine eyes, and if any blot hath...
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Select British Classics, Volume 13

English literature - 1803
...searched out. Did " not I weep for him that was in trouble ? Was " not my soul grieved for the poor ? Let me be " weighed in an even balance, that God may...with me ; what then shall I do when " God riseth up ? and when he visiteth, what shall " I ansvijpr him ? Did not he that made me in the " womb, make him...
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Sacred hours; or, Extracts for private devotion & meditation, Volume 1

Sacred hours - 1804
...My harp also is turned to mourning,, and my organ into the voice of them that weep. From the same. Let me be weighed in an even balance, that God may know mine integrity. Doth not he see my ways, and count all my steps ? If I have walked with vanity, or if my foot hath...
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Beauties of the Bible: Being a Selection Form the Old and New Testaments ...

Ezra Sampson - 1806 - 338 pages
...the caufe which I knew not I fearch. ed out. 4. ...Doth not God fee my ways, and count all my fteps ? Let me be weighed in an even balance, that God may know mine integrity. If I have walked with vanity, or if my footbath hailed to deceit ; if my (lep fcaih turned out of the way,...
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The Plain Teacher: Shewing the Advantage of Man's Prudent and Pious Conduct ...

Richard Steele - Business ethics - 1807 - 223 pages
...reflection of Job in the like case, " if I did despise the cause of my man servant, or of my maid servant, when they contended with me ; what then shall I do when GOD riseth up ? and when he visiteth, what shall I answer him ? Did not he that made me in the womb make him ? and...
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The Spectator, Volume 3

Joseph Addison, Sir Richard Steele - English literature - 1809
...I searched out. Did not I weep for him that was in trouble ? was not my soul grieved for the poor ? Let me be weighed in an even balance, that God may know mine integrity. If I did despise the cuuse of my man-servant or of my maid-servant when they contended with me ; No. 177. THE SPECTATOR....
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