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" God/ How should we rejoice in the prospect, the certainty rather, of spending a blissful eternity with those whom we loved on earth, of seeing them emerge from the ruins of the tomb, and the deeper ruins of the fall, not only uninjured, but refined, and... "
The Hopes of the Human Race: Hereafter and Here: Essays on the Life After ... - Page 134
by Frances Power Cobbe - 1880 - 221 pages
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The Friendly Visitor, Volume 26

William Carus Wilson - Theology - 1844
...certainty rather, of spending a blissful eternity with those whom we loved on earth; of seeing them emerge from the ruins of the tomb, and the deeper ruins of the fall, not only uninjured, but refined and perfected, "with every tear wiped from their eyes;" standing before...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th], Volume 24

1825
...certainty, rather, of spending a blissful eternity with those whom we loved on earth, of seeing them emerge from the ruins of the tomb, and the deeper ruins of the fall, not only uninjured, but refined and perfected, " with every tear wiped from their eyes," standing before...
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The baptist Magazine

1825
...certainty, rather, of spending a blissful eternity with those whom we loved on earth, of seeing them emerge from the ruins of the tomb, and the deeper ruins of the fall, not only uninjured, but refined and perfected. ' with every tear wiped from their eyes, standing before...
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The Christian observer [afterw.] The Christian observer and advocate, Volume 26

1827
...certainty rather, of spending a blissful eternity with those whom we loved on earth ; of seeing them emerge from the ruins of the tomb, and the deeper ruins of the Fall, not only uninjured, but refined and perfected ; ' with every tear wiped from their eyes,' standing...
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An Illustration of the Principles of Elocution ...

William Brittainham Lacey - Elocution - 1828 - 300 pages
...rather, of spending a blissful eternity with those whom we loved on earth — of seeing them •merge from the ruins of the tomb, and the deeper ruins of the fall, no; only uninjured, but refined and perfected, with every tear wiped from their eyes, standing before...
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral, & philosophical ...

1832
...men have, of a re-union of kindred spirits and congenial natures in the heavenly fruition ; when they have emerged from the ruins of the tomb, and the deeper ruins of the fall, not only uninjured, but refined and perfected ; with every tear wiped from their eyes ;" through Him...
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The Eclectic Reader: Designed for Schools and Academies

Bela Bates Edwards - Readers - 1832 - 324 pages
...certainty rather, of spending a blissful eternity with those whom we loved on earth, of seeing them emerge from the ruins of the tomb, and the deeper ruins of the fall, not only uninjured, but refined and perfected, " with every tear wiped from their eyes," standing before...
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The Comforter; Or, Extracts Selected for the Consolation of Mourners: Under ...

Consolation - 1832 - 203 pages
...certainty rather, of spending a blissful eternity with those whom we loved on earth ; of seeing them emerge from the ruins of the tomb, and the deeper ruins of the fall, not only uninjured, but refined and perfected, " with every tear wiped from their eyes," standing before...
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Sermons, charges, and circular letters

Robert Hall - Baptists - 1832
...certainty rather, of spending a blissful eternity with those whom we loved on earth, of seeing them emerge from the ruins of the tomb, and the deeper ruins of the fall, not only uninjured, but refined and perfected, " with every tear wiped from their eyes," standing before...
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The Works of the Rev. Robert Hall, A. M.

Robert Hall - Baptists - 1832
...certainty rather, of spending a blissful eternity with those whom we loved on earth, of seeing them emerge from the ruins of the tomb and the deeper ruins of the fall, not only uninjured, but refined and perfected, " with every tear wiped from their eyes," standing before...
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