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" THE SOULS OF THE RIGHTEOUS ARE IN THE HAND OF GOD, and there shall no torment touch them. In the sight of the unwise they seemed to die: and their departure is taken for misery, and their going from us to be utter destruction: but they are in peace. "
Sermons - Page 137
by Richard Tomlins - 1850
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Sermons, various and rare ...

1685
...heart. That is, as the Royal Preacher expounds himfelf -, Though the righteous be punijhed in the fight of men, yet is their hope full of immortality : And. having been a little chajiifed , they jhall be greatly rewarded •' For Cod proved thctn> and found them worthy for himfelf....
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The History of the Works of the Learned ..., Volume 7

Bibliography - 1740
...their going from us to be utter *' DcftrucJion i but they are in Peace ; fort ho' they *' be perijhed in the Sight of Men, yet is their Hope " full of Immortality ; and iv. 7. though the Righte" ous be prevented with Death, yet they Jhall be " in reft. That this was the...
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Sermons...

Samuel Clarke, Benjamin Hoadly - 1744
...and made 'white and tried, (Dan. xii. 105 and xL 3.3.) And having been a little chajlifed, they fhall be greatly rewarded; for God proved them, and found them worthy for him/elf; As gold in the furnace has be tried them, and received them as a burntoffering ; And in the...
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The posthumous works ...

Isaac Watts, David Jennings - 1754 - 336 pages
...die: and their departure is taken for misery. But they are in peace. Having C been a little chastened, they shall be greatly rewarded : for God proved them, and found them worthy of himself*. Many and important lessons may be learnt from the object and the conclusion of the mortal...
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The Wisdom of Solomon

Sir David Dalrymple - 1755 - 240 pages
...of men : yet is their hope full of immortality. . j. And having been a little ehaftifed, they (hall be greatly rewarded: for God proved them, and found them worthy for him(ilf. 6. As gold in the furnaee hath he tried them, and reeeived them as a burnt offering. 7. And...
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Miscellaneous Correspondence, Volume 3

1764
...their Departure a taken for Mifery. v. 2. But they arc in Peace, v. 3. For though they be puntdied in the Sight of Men, yet is their Hope full of Immortality. v. 4. The Hope of the Ungodly is like the Smoke driven with the Wind, and paficth away like a Shadow....
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The sick man visited: and furnished with instructions, meditations, and ...

Nathaniel Spinckes - 1775 - 407 pages
...cxvi. 15. (jf) Wifd. iii. i, Ve. Aa 3 *f of immortality. And having been a little cbajliftd, thtj Jhall be greatly rewarded: for God proved them, and found them worthy for himfelf. As gold in the furnace both bt tried them, and received them as a burnt -offering. And again,...
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A companion for the feastivals [sic] and fasts of the Church of England [by ...

Robert Nelson - 1791
...of r0r the thy Saints is precious, and though their De- *™jthaet'on parture is taken for Mifery, yet is their Hope full of Immortality; and having been a little chaftifed, they are now greatly rewarded, let the Memory of what they endured, fupport thy Servants...
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Representation of the Conduct and Opinions of the Primitive Christians ...

Henry Kett - 1792 - 298 pages
...tb.ef:ght of ** men, yet was their hope full of immorta" lity. As they have been chaflifed they mail " be greatly rewarded, for God proved them " and found them worthy for himfelf. As " gold in the furnace hath he tried them, and " received them as a burnt offering." Thus...
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Olam Haneshamoth: Or, a View of the Intermediate State, as it Appears in the ...

George Bennet - Intermediate state - 1800 - 419 pages
...of God. In the eyes of fools they seem to die, and their departure is reckoned reckoned a calamity, and their going from us to be utter destruction ; but they are in peace, in the time of their visitation they shall shine forth anew." Wisd. chap.iii. /_j4. Language of this...
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