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" It is true ; and this is no impediment unto that ; for were I sure to go to heaven tomorrow, I would do what I do to-day. "
A Sketch of the Life of the Apostle Eliot: Prefatory to a Subscription for ... - Sayfa 21
Henry Alexander Scammell Dearborn tarafından - 1850 - 32 sayfa
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Life of John Eliot, the Apostle to the Indians

Convers Francis - 1840 - 357 sayfa
...believed a life of duty to be the best preparation for death ; " for," said he, on one occasion, " were I sure to go to heaven to-morrow, I would do what I am doing to-day." The spirituality of his feelings was ever going forth in spontaneous manifestations....
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The Christian Witness, and Church Member's Magazine, 20. cilt

...Eliot some remarks on the consistency of heavenly-mindedness with attention to things about us. Mr. Eliot replied, " It is true, and this is no impediment...to heaven tomorrow, I would do what I do to-day." He went into a merchant's countingroom, where he saw his mercantile books on the table, and some books...
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The Library of American Biography, 5. cilt

Jared Sparks - 1836
...believed a life of duty to be the best preparation for death ; " for," said he, on one occasion, " were I sure to go to heaven to-morrow, I would do what I am doing to-day." The spirituality of his feelings was ever going forth in spontaneous manifestations....
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Lives of the Chief Fathers of New England, 3. cilt

1847
...Eliot some remarks on the consistency of heavenly-mindedness with attention to things about us. Mr. Eliot replied, " It is true ; and this is no impediment...to heaven tomorrow, I would do what I do to-day." He went into a merchant's counting room, where he saw his mercantile books on the table, and some books...
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Lives of the Chief Fathers of New England, 3. cilt

1847
...attention to things about us. Mr. Eliot replied, " It is true ; and this is no impediment unto that; far were I sure to go to heaven tomorrow, I would do what I do to-day." He went into a merchant's counting room, where he saw his mercantile books on the table, and some books...
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Magnalia Christi Americana: book 1. Antiquities. 1855. book 2. Ecclesiarum ...

Cotton Mather - 1853
...friend pleasantly said unto him, " Sir, you tell us we must be heavenly-minded ;" but he immediately replied, "It is true; and this is no impediment unto...to heaven to-morrow, I would do what I do to-day." From such a frame of spirit it was that once in a visit, rinding a merchant in his counting house,...
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Genealogy of the Eliot Family

William Smith Porter - 1854 - 184 sayfa
...said to some students, who were not early risers—" I pray look to it, that you be morning birds." to pull up the weeds, when his friend said to him...energy. He said to a minister who had delivered a well-written sermon—" There is aid required for the service of the sanctuary, but it must be well...
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Magnalia Christi Americana: book 1. Antiquities. 1855. book 2. Ecclesiarum ...

Cotton Mather - 1855
...friend pleasantly said unto him, "Sir, you tell us we must be heavenly-minded;" but he immediately replied, "It is true; and this is no impediment unto...to heaven to-morrow, I would do what I do to-day." From such a frame of spirit it was that once in a visit, finding a merchant in his counting house,...
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Magnalia Christi Americana: book 1. Antiquities. 1855. book 2. Ecclesiarum ...

Cotton Mather - 1855
...friend pleasantly said unto him, "Sir, you tell us we must be heavenly-minded;" but he immediately replied, "It is true; and this is no impediment unto...to heaven to-morrow, I would do what I do to-day." From such a frame of spirit it was that once in a visit, finding a merchant in his counting house,...
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The Life of John Eliot

Nehemiah Adams - 1870 - 324 sayfa
...Eliot some remarks on the consistency of heavenly-mindedness with attention to things about us. Mr. Eliot replied, " It is true ; and this is no impediment...to heaven tomorrow, I would do what I do to-day." He went into a merchant's counting room, where he saw his mercantile books on the table, and some books...
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