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" Again, dost not thou find in thyself the seeds of malice, revenge, and all uncharitableness? And what are these but the very tempers of the devil ? Again, do we not all by nature follow, and suffer ourselves to be led by our natural appetites, always... "
The Christian's companion: or, Sermons on several subjects - Page 254
by George Whitefield - 1739
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The Works of the Reverend George Whitefield, M.A...: Containing ..., Volume 6

George Whitefield - Sermons, English - 1772
...find in thyfelf the feeds of malice, revenge, and all uncharitablenefs ? and what are thefe but-the very tempers of the devil ? Again, do we not all by...the whole world (by nature) lies in the wicked one ;" we are no better than thofe wtoom St. Jude calls " brute beafts ;" for we have tempers in us all...
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Memoirs of Rev. George Whitefield

John Gillies - Bookbinding - 1834 - 648 pages
...these but the very tempers of the devil ? Again, do we not all by nature follow, and suffer ourselves to be led by our natural appetites, always looking...upwards to that God, in whom we live, move and have our bemg ? And what is this but the very nature of the beasts that perish 1 Out of thy own heart, therefore,...
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Contributions to the Ecclesiastical History of the United States ..., Volume 1

Francis Lister Hawks - Maryland - 1836 - 332 pages
...altars and our temples : to whom do you imagine he would think they were dedicated 1. Not, surely, to that GOD in whom we live, move, and have our being, and who was made known to us by his messengers : nor even to the unknown God. No ! he would consider them...
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Memoirs of Rev. George Whitefield

John Gillies - Clergy - 1837 - 648 pages
...these but the very tempers of the devil ? Again, do we not all by nature follow, and suffer ourselves to be led by our natural appetites, always looking...being ? And what is this but the very nature of the beasts that perish? Out of thy own heart, therefore, will I oblige thee to Confess, what an inspired...
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Memoirs of Rev. George Whitefield

John Gillies - Clergy - 1838 - 648 pages
...very tempers of the devil? Again, do we not all by nature follow, and suffer ourselves to be led hy our natural appetites, always looking downwards, never...being ? And what is this but the very nature of the beasts that perish? Out of thy own heart, therefore, will I oblige thee to confess, what an inspired...
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Memoirs of Rev. George Whitefield

John Gillies - Clergy - 1838 - 648 pages
...these but the very tempers of the devil ? Again, do we not all by nature follow, and suffer ourselves to be led by our natural appetites, always looking...looking upwards to that God, in whom we live, move and havei our being ? And what is this but the very nature of the beasts that perish? Out of thy own heart,...
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Sketches of the life and labours of the rev. George Whitefield. To which are ...

1849
...by nature follow, and suffer ourselves to be led by our natural appetites, always looking downward?, never looking upwards to that God in whom we live,...being ? and what is this but the very nature of the beasts that perish ? Out of thy own heart, therefore, will I oblige thee to confess, what an inspired...
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Evangelical Christendom, Volumes 3-4

Christian union - 1849
...deeds blameless, perfect, such as God can acknowledge? Take the best of them, — instance their love to that God in whom we live, move, and have our being. Should not the love wherewith we love Him be perfect ? Ought we not to love him with the whole henrt,...
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The Baptist Magazine, Volume 42

Baptists - 1850
...deeds blameless, perfect, such as God can acknowledge? Take the beat of them, — instance their love to that God in whom we live, move, and have our being. Should not the love wherewith we love Htm be perfect ? Ought we not to love him with the whole heart,...
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The Great Didactic of John Amos Comenius

Johann Amos Comenius - Education - 1896 - 468 pages
...and to enjoy the One who is the height of all goodness, there has arisen a horrible shrinking from that God in whom we live, move, and have our being, and a foolish conjuration of His holy name. Instead of mutual love and purity, reign hatred, enmity, war,...
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