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" ... seldom do we allow ourselves in any omission of religious duties, without even thus perceiving a very sensible abatement and decay of zeal. The perseverance of good men, in the midst of so many difficulties and avocations, must be ascribed to God's... "
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The Christian's Pattern: Or, A Treatise of The Imitation of Jesus Christ ...

Thomas ( Kempis) - 1706 - 339 pages
...our falling off, or fainting in our Minds, are various and many; and feldom do we. allow our felves in any Omiffion of Religious Duties, without even...Notion of the Thing, for they depend upon God for the Succefs of all they do, even of their beft and wifeftUnderta-. xvi. <?. the Lord diretteth his Steps,...
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The Christian's pattern: or, A treatise of the imitation of Jesus Christ, by ...

1865
...difficulties and avocations, must be ascribed to God's favour and assistance, more than to any care and wisdom of their own. And good men have always this notion of the thing ; for they depend upon God for the success of all they do, even of their best 'and wisest undertakings. "A man's heart deviseth his way,...
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The Imitation of Christ

Thomas ( Kempis) - Christian life - 1888 - 318 pages
...difficulties and avocations, must be ascribed to God's favour and assistance, more than to any care and wisdom of their own. And good men have always this notion of the thing. For they depend upon God for the success of all they do, even of their best and wisest undertakings. "A man's heart deviseth his way,...
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The Approach to Philosophy

Ralph Barton Perry - Philosophy - 1905 - 448 pages
...blessed angels in all manner of holiness, since we, as well as they, are always in His presence. . . . And good men have always this notion of the thing. For they depend upon God for the success of all they do, even of their best and wisest undertakings." " Such is to be the practical...
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