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" I might not die eternally! and my hope is that I shall shortly leave this valley of tears, and be free from all fevers and pain; and, which will be a more happy condition, I shall be free from sin, and all the temptations and anxieties that attend it;... "
The Christian Observer - Page 519
1812
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Half-hours with the best authors, selected by C. Knight, Volume 1

Half hours - 1856
...fractised mortification, and endeavoured to die daily, tiiat I might not die eternally ; and my tope is, that I shall shortly leave this Valley of Tears, and be free from all fevers and pain and, which will be a more happy condition, I shall be free from sin, and all the temptation!...
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Heavenly recognition

Henry Harbaugh - 1857
...mingle converse, interests, amities, and walk high in bliss with God himself, K 4. GEOEGE HEBBEET. My hope is that I shall shortly leave this valley of tears, and be free from all fevers and pain; and, which will be a more happy condition, I shall be free from sin, and all the temptations...
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Walton's Lives of Dr. John Donne: Sir Henry Wotton, Mr. Richard Hooker, Mr ...

Izaak Walton - 1857 - 456 pages
...I have practised mortification, and endeavoured to die daily, that I might not die eternally ; and my hope is, that I shall shortly leave this valley of tears, and be free from all fevers and pain ; and, which will be a more • happy condition, I shall be free from sin, and all...
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THE HEAVENLY RECOGNITION; OR, AN EARNEST AND SCRIPTURAL DISCUSSION

H. HARBAUGH - 1861
...mingle converse, interests, amities, and walk high in bliss with God himse-lf. IV. GEORGE HERBERT. My hope is that I shall shortly leave this valley of tears, and be free from all fevers and pain; and which will be a more happy condition, I shall be free from sin, and all the temptations...
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Walton's Lives of Dr. John Donne, Sir Henry Wotton, Richard Hooker, George ...

Izaak Walton, Thomas Zouch - Great Britain - 1865 - 386 pages
...I have practised mortification, and endeavoured to die daily, that I might not die eternally ; and my hope is, that I shall shortly leave this valley of tears, and be free from all fevers and pain ; and, which will be a more happy condition, I shall be free from sin, and all the...
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Ecclesiastical History of England ...

John Stoughton - Great Britain - 1867
...I have practised mortification, and endeavoured to die daily, that I might not die eternally ! and my hope is that I shall shortly leave this valley of tears, and be free from all fevers and pain ; and, which will be a more happy condition, I shall he free from sin, and all the...
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'Who giveth songs in the night:' words of comfort for the sorrowing children ...

Who - Consolation - 1867 - 170 pages
...stand in such need of it ; and that I have practised mortification, and endeavoured to die daily ; and my hope is that I shall shortly leave this valley of tears, and be free from all fevers and pain ; and, which will be a more happy condition, I shall be free from sin, and all the...
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Ecclesiastical History of England ...

John Stoughton - Great Britain - 1867
...I have practised mortification, and endeavoured to die daily, that I might not die eternally ! and my hope is that I shall shortly leave this valley of tears, and be free from all fevers and pain ; and, which will be a more happy condition, I shall be free from sin, and all the...
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The providence of God illustrated, by the author of 'History in all ages'.

Edward Parsons - Providence and government of God - 1879 - 312 pages
...prepared for it. I praise Him that I have not to. learn patience now I stand in such need of it, and my hope is, that I shall shortly leave this valley of tears, and be free from all fevers and pain ; and, which will be a more happy condition, free from sin and all the temptations...
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Poets in the Pulpit

Hugh Reginald Haweis - Poetry - 1880 - 291 pages
...pleasant conversation, and all these are now past by me like a dream, or as a shadow that returns not. And my hope is that I shall shortly leave this valley...and be free from all fever and pain, and, which is better, free from sin, and this being past I shall dwell in the New Jerusalem ; and this is my content,...
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