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" Eh well, tha'rt more cocky than me, an' tha says less. John Thomas! Dost want her! Dost want my lady Jane? Tha's dipped me in again, tha hast. Ay, an' tha comes up smilin'.—Ax 'er then! Ax lady Jane! Say: Lift up your heads o' ye gates, that the king... "
The History of Antiquity - Page 162
by Max Duncker - 1879
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A suggestive commentary on the New Testament. St. Luke (St. John) by W.H ...

William Howard Van Doren - 1871
...true source of reunion. If angels sang at His birth, on earth, now they shout with heaven in view. " Lift up your heads, O ye gates, that the King of Glory may come in." Psa. xxiv. 7. Let the righteous rejoice, their last conflict will be a triumph. Carried. Gr. taken...
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The history of antiquity, from the Germ. by E. Abbott, Volume 2

Maximilian Wolfgang Duncker - 1879
...road, at the house of Obed-edom ; and not until it was seen that it brought prosperity to the heuse of Obed-edom did David, three months after, again...loaf of bread and a cake of raisins " (about 1020 BC1). Abiathar, the son of Ahimelech, of the heuse of Eli, of the race of Ithamar, of the tribe of...
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The Apocalypse Revealed: Wherein are Disclosed the Arcana There Foretold ...

Emanuel Swedenborg - Bible - 1880 - 1199 pages
...Blessed are they that do His commandments, and enter in through the gates into the city (Apoc. xxii. 14). Lift up your heads, O ye gates, that the King of glory may come in (Ps. xxiv. 7, 9). The' ways of Zion do mourn, all her gates are desolate, her priests sigh (Lam. i....
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The Homilist; or, The pulpit for the people, conducted by D. Thomas ..., Part 2

David Thomas - 1883
...them to the end. His coronation was before Him, high honours awaited Him. Angels were ready to sing, " Lift up your heads, O ye gates, that the King of glory may come in." Yet He lingered on the mount. What a different departure to that on the cross. " Into Thy hands I commit...
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'The communion of saints'. 5 addresses

George Howard Wilkinson (bp. of St. Andrews.) - 1883
...passage from the Prophets, or the Psalms, or our LORD'S last Discourse, or the Epistles. For instance : " Lift up your heads, O ye gates, that the King of Glory may come forth ! THOU art the King of Glory, O CHRIST ! Come, LORD JESUS, and all the Saints with Thee ! Gather...
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Aids to the Devout Study of Criticism

Thomas Kelly Cheyne - Bible - 1892 - 397 pages
...their great copyist, John Bunyan, find a new and yet a true interpretation of these poetic words, ' Lift up your heads, O ye gates, . . . That the King of glory may come in ' ? It is indeed no mere rhetorical figure that the heart has gates, which may be closed even against...
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Proceedings, Volumes 47-48

Somersetshire Archaeological and Natural History Society - Archaeology - 1902
...which was used at the service on Palm Sunday, when a procession came round to the door and sang, " Open your heads O ye gates that the King of Glory may come in." The response was " Who is this King of Glory ? " and then came the reply, " The Lord of Hosts, He is...
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The Centennial History of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church: 1803-1903

Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church - Presbyterians - 1905 - 750 pages
...compassed about by a great cloud of witnesses. Who are they that join in the singing of the Psalms, "Lift up your Heads, O, ye Gates, that the King of Glory may come in?" Who are they, indeed, but the holy men of God, by whose labors have we been brought into this goodly...
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The Religion of Duty

Felix Adler - Ethical culture movement - 1905 - 199 pages
...highest and best ideals ? The Theistic conception is that of a King. " King of Kings," Jehovah is called. "Lift up your heads, O ye gates, that the King of Glory may enter. Who is the King of Glory ? Jehovah of Hosts. " This conception arose in monarchial countries,...
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The Religion of Duty

Felix Adler - Ethics - 1905 - 199 pages
...highest and best ideals ? The Theistic conception is that of a King. " King of Kings," Jehovah is called. "Lift up your heads, O ye gates, that the King of Glory may enter. Who is the King of Glory ? Jehovah of Hosts. " This conception arose in monarchial countries,...
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