Meditations and Contemplations ..., 1. cilt

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J.F. and C. Rivington, 1779
 

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Sayfa 94 - Regions of Sorrow, doleful Shades, where Peace And Reft can never dwell ; Hope never comes, That comes to All : but Torture without End Still urges, and a fiery Deluge, fed With ever-burning Sulphur unconfum'd.
Sayfa 253 - of this great Ordnance of the Heavens, is given us in Rev. xvi. 21. There fell upon Men a great Hail out of Heaven, every Stone about the Weight of a Talent,
Sayfa 23 - how valu'd once, avails Thee not; To whom related, or by whom begot. A Heap of Duft alone remains of Thee : 'Tis all THOU art! —and all the PROUD
Sayfa 182 - Conceptions of that SUPREME BEING, before whom all Nations are as a " Drop of a Bucket, " and are counted as the fmall Duft of the Balance.
Sayfa 159 - cloathed me with the Garments of Salvation ; He hath covered me 'with the Robe of Righteoufnefs,
Sayfa 57 - upon him : And his Example kept others from taking any thing ill, or at leaft feeming to do fo. In a Word, a brighter Courage, and a gentler Difpofition, were never married together, to make the moil chearful and innocent Converfation.
Sayfa 199 - furnifh us with' Game, .*' or raife pleafing Ideas in us by the Delightfulnefs of «' their Appearance. Fountains, Lakes, and Rivers, are «' as refreshing to the Imagination, as to the Soil
Sayfa 89 - In that dread Moment, how the frantic Soul Raves round the Walls of her Clay Tenement -, Runs to each Avenue; and
Sayfa xxvi - noble, difinterefted, and (if I may be allowed the Term) generoufly devout. Repentance indicates our Nature fallen, and Prayer turns chiefly upon a Regard to one's felf. But the Exercifes of Gratitude fubfifted in Paradife, when there was no Fault to deplore; and will be perpetuated in Heaven, when
Sayfa ii - Tis This, that gilds the Horrors of our Night. When Wealth forfakes us, and when Friends are few; When Friends are faithlefs, or when Foes purfue ; 'Tis This, that wards the Blow, or

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