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" I am engaged, my blood runs chill at the very thoughts of it. I am as much convinced it is my duty to act as I do, as that the sun shines at noon-day. I can foresee the consequences very well. They have already in one sense thrust us out of the synagogues.... "
The Monthly magazine - Page 366
by Monthly literary register - 1805
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The Monthly Magazine, Volume 22

1806
...with buldnefs. As lor declining ti. e work in which I am еп^н :'cd, inv blood runs chill »t llie very thought of it. — I am as much convinced it is my duly to, act as I do, us .that the fun fililíes ¡it uoon-duy. 1 can forc.oe the conferences *ery...
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Memoirs of the Life of the Reverend George Whitefield, A.M.: Late Chaplain ...

1812 - 316 pages
...such faithful ministers of the New-Testament, that we may be able to lift up our heads with boldness. As for declining the work in which I am engaged, my blood runs chill at the very thoughts of it. I am as much convinced, it is my duty to act as I do, as that the sun shines at noon-day....
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Autobiography: A Collection of the Most Instructive and Amusing ..., Volume 6

Autobiographies - 1830
...such faithful ministers of the New Testament, that we may be able to lift up our heads with boldness. As for declining the work in which I am engaged, my blood runs chill at the very thoughts of it. I am as much convinced it is my duty to act as I do, as that the sun shines at noon-day....
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Journal of a Voyage from London to Savannah in Georgia

George Whitefield - Astronomers - 1830 - 274 pages
...such faithful ministers of the New Testament, that we may be able to lift up our heads with boldness. As for declining the work in which I am engaged, my blood runs chill at the very thoughts of it. I am as much convinced it is my duty to act as I do, as that the sun shines at noon-day....
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The Christian Witness, and Church Member's Magazine, Volume 11

Theology - 1854
...such faithful ministers of the New Testament, that we may be able to lift up our heads with boldness. As for declining the work in which I am engaged, my...thought of it I am as much convinced it is my duty to act as I do, as that the sun shines at noonday. I can foresee the consequences very welL They have...
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The Life and Travels of George Whitefield, M. A.

James Paterson Gledstone - Great Britain - 1871 - 533 pages
...faithful ministers of the New Testament, that we may be able to lift up our heads with boldness. ' As for declining the work in which I am engaged, my blood runs chill at the very thoughts of it. I am as much convinced it is my duty to act as I do, as that the sun shines at noon-day....
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The Life and Travels of George Whitefield, M. A.

James Paterson Gledstone - Great Britain - 1871 - 533 pages
...boldness. ' As for declining the work in which I am engaged, my blood runs chill at the very thoughts of it. I am as much convinced it is my duty to act as I do, as that the sun shines at noon-day. I can foresee the consequences very well. They have...
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Anecdotes of the rev. George Whitefield, M.A., with biographical sketch

Joseph Beaumont Wakeley - Evangelists - 1872 - 400 pages
...clergy, and censure them for being over-remiss as much as you censure me for being over-righteous. ... As for declining the work in which I am engaged, my blood runs chill at the very thought of it. I am convinced that it is as much my duty to act as I do, as that the sun shines at noonday. I can foresee...
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The English Church in the Eighteenth Century, Volume 2

Charles John Abbey, John Henry Overton - Church and state - 1878
...over-remiss, as much as you censure me for being over-righteous [which the Bishop had never done]. As for declining the work in which I am engaged, my blood runs chill at the very thought of it. If you and the rest of the bishops cast us out, our great and common Master will take us up. However...
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George Whitefield, M. A., Field Preacher

James Paterson Gledstone - 1901 - 359 pages
...that he inveighed against the clergy. 'As for declining the work in which I am engaged,' he said, ' my blood runs chill at the very thought of it. I am as much convinced it is my duty to act as I do, as that the sun shines at noonday. I can foresee the consequences very well. They have...
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