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" Keep innocency, and take heed unto the thing that is right : for that shall bring a man peace at the last. "
The Arians of the Fourth Century - Page 404
by John Henry Newman - 1871 - 478 pages
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The Book of psalms, as read in the daily service, with notes by E. Hawkins

Ernest Hawkins - 1859
...see it. 36 I myself have seen the ungodly in great power : and flourishing like a green bay-tree. 37 I went by, and lo, he was gone : I sought him, but his place could no where be found. 38 Keep innocency, and take heed unto the thing that is right : for that shall bring...
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A selection from the sermons ... of ... Edward Atkyns Bray [ed. by A.E. Bray].

Edward Atkyns Bray - 1860
...the Psalmist, " the ungodly in great power; and flourishing like a green bay-tree." But he adds, " I went by, and, lo, he was gone: I sought him, but his place could no where be found." The sower may sow good seed, but it may fall on " stony ground ;" and though it...
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A prayer book for the young; or, Complete guide to public and private ...

Prayer book - 1862 - 423 pages
...see it. 36 I myself have seen the ungodly in great power : and flourishing like a green bay-tree. 37 I went by, and lo, he was gone : I sought him, but his place could no where be found. 38 Keep inuocency, and take heed unto the thing that is right : for that shall bring...
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The Psalms of David, with illustr. by J. Franklin

John Franklin (illustrator.) - 1862
...shalt see it I myself have seen the ungodly in great power : and flourishing like a green bay-tree. I went by, and lo, he was gone : I sought him, but his place could no where be found. Keep innocency, and take heed unto the thing that is right : for that shall bring...
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The night hours of the Church, Volume 2

1870
...see it. 36 I myself have seen the ungodly in great power : and flourishing like a green bay-tree. 37 I went by, and lo, he was gone : I sought him, but his place could no where be found. 38 Keep innocency, and take heed unto the thing that is right : for that shall bring...
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The Catholicity of the Anglican Church. The Protestant idea of Antichrist ...

John Henry Newman - Christianity - 1871
...myself," says the Psalmist, " have seen the ungodly in great power, and flourishing like a green-bay tree. I went by, and lo, he was gone ; I sought him, but his place could nowhere be found." Heresies and schisms, whatever be their promise at first, and whatever be their struggles, yet gradually...
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The Oxford and Cambridge Psalter, pointed for chanting, ed. by A. Beard and ...

Arthur Beard - 1871
...myself have see'a the ungodly | in great | power : and flourishing | like a | green | hay-tree. 37 I went by, and | lo, he was | gone : I sought him, but his place |could no | where be| found. 38 Keep innocency, and take heed unto the thing | that is | right f for that...
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The Philology of the English Tongue

John Earle - English language - 1871 - 599 pages
...emphasize the pronouns here. The same may be observed of the pronouns in the following quotation : — ' I went by, and lo, he was gone ; I sought him, but his place could no where be found." — Psalm xxxvii. 37. But words of this rank may receive the rhetorical emphasis....
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Words of the anthems sung at S. Philip's church, compiled by M. R. Lochner

Kensington St. Philip - 1873
...xxxvii., 37, 18.) The fool hath said in his heart there is no God ; there shall no harm happen unto me. I went by, and lo, he was gone ; I sought him, but his place could nowhere be found. The Lord knoweth the days of the godly, and their inheritance shall endure for ever. No. 120. "THE...
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The Philology of the English Tongue

John Earle - English language - 1873 - 679 pages
...emphasize the pronouns here. The same may be observed of the pronouns in the following quotation: — ' I went by, and lo, he was gone ; I sought him, but his place could no where be found.' — Psalm xxxvii. 37. But words of this rank may receive the rhetorical emphasis....
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