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" Surely in vain the net is spread in the sight of any bird. "
The Christian Observer - Page 251
1824
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Mentor, Or, The Moral Conductor of Youth: From the Academy to Manhood ...

David Morrice - Moral education - 1801 - 328 pages
...excite your utmost exertions in business. SECT. 2. I Of Gaming, and Plays of Hazard in general. Surely in vain the net is spread in the sight of any bird. PROVEBSS. OF all the vices youth or age can give into, with the greatest chances against them of ruin...
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The Proper Names of the Bible, New Testament, and Apocrypha ... to which is ...

John Robinson (Schoolmaster) - Names in the Bible - 1804 - 190 pages
...thy foot from their />aiS/j. ** For their y^/ run to evil, and make /wjte to shed blood. Surely, in vain, the net is spread in the sight of any bird : And they lay wait for their own blood: they lurk privily for their own lives. So. are the ways of...
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A Short and Plain Exposition of the Old Testament: With Devotional ..., Volume 5

Job Orton, Robert Gentleman - Bible - 1805 - 474 pages
...refrain thy foot from their path : For their feet run to evil, anj 1 7 make haste to shed blood. Surely in vain the net is spread in the sight of any bird, but wicked men are more foolish, they see 18 their danger, and yet run into it. And -they lay wait...
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The Christian Monitor, Volume 2

Christian life - 1806 - 416 pages
...against yielding, and watch that you may shun the rock, which has proved fatal to thousands. " Surely in vain the net is spread in the sight of any bird." If you see your danger, it may be avoided ; and you must see it, unless you shut your eyes. But, my friends,...
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Select parts of the holy Bible, for the use of the negro slaves, in the ...

1807 - 570 pages
...refrain thy foot from their path : 16 For their feet run to evil, and make haste to shed blood. 17 Surely in vain the net is spread in the sight of any bird. 18 .And they lay wait for their Kt'n blood ; they lurk privily for their ozrn lives. 19 So are the...
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The works of ... Joseph Hall, with some account of his life and ..., Volume 3

Joseph Hall (bp. of Norwich.) - 1808 - 574 pages
...mother. I. 18 And they lay wait for their own blood; they lurk pri-cily for their own lives. I. 17 Surely in vain the net is spread in the sight of any bird. Well might the foolish bird be warned and kept ofl, by the sight of the net, which is spread for her...
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Paraphrases on hard texts

Joseph Hall - 1808 - 568 pages
...to think it safe for thee, to slight that charge which thy mother shall lay upon thee. I. 17 Surely in vain -the net is spread in the sight of any bird. Well might the foolish bird be warned and kept off, by the sight of the net, which is spread for her;...
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A historical ... dictionary of the holy Bible, Volume 2

John Brown - 1810 - 722 pages
...16. The Jewish rulers and priests were a net, a means of drawing others into sin and ruin, Has. v. 1. In vain the net is spread in the sight of any bird : without cause, traps are laid to ensnare and destioy innocent persons ; and to no_purpose are sinners...
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A Dictionary of the Holy Bible: Containing an Historical Account ..., Volume 2

John Brown - Bible - 1811 - 742 pages
...16The Jewish rulers and priests were a net, a means of drawing others into sin and ruin, Hog. v. I . In vain the net is spread in the sight of any bird: without cause, traps are laid to ensnare and destroy innocent persons ; and to no purpose are sinners...
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The works of ... William Huntington ... to the close of the year MDCCCVI.

William Huntington (works.) - 1811 - 462 pages
...continued path, the bird would soon get as cunning as the fowler: for, as the wise man says, " Surely in vain the net is spread in the sight of any bird." No, no; Satan, in this sense, is no fool; though, in another sense, he is the greatest of fools, because...
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