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" Did not our hearts burn within us/ &c. ; or rather like what Paul felt, when he could not tell whether he was in the body, or out of it. "
The Life of Col. James Gardiner, with Extracts from His Funeral Sermon - Page 54
1864 - 149 pages
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The life of the soul in the world

Frederick Charles Woodhouse - Devotional literature - 1881 - 369 pages
...near, and afterwards found Him standing by him in prison, before judges, and upon the sinking ship, and could not tell whether He was in the body or out of the body while He talked with him. St. Stephen in his extremity saw his Lord at hand to succour. It...
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Our Country: Its Possible Future and Its Present Crisis

Josiah Strong - Home missions - 1885 - 229 pages
...truths are dim ; and when St. Paul was exalted to a spiritual ecstasy, the senses were so closed that he could not tell whether he was "in the body or out of the body." A time of commercial stagnation is apt to be a time of spiritual quickening, while great...
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Our Country: Its Possible Future and Its Present Crisis

Josiah Strong - Home missions - 1885 - 229 pages
...truths are dim; and when St. Paul was exalted to a spiritual ecstasv, the senses were so closed that he could not tell whether he was "in the body or out of the body." A time of commercial stagnation is apt to be a time of spiritual quickening, while great...
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Faith Made Easy: Or what to Believe, and Why. A Popular Statement of the ...

James Henry Potts - Apologetics - 1888 - 546 pages
...the same sensations that it had while connected with it. St. Paul, when caught up into paradise, says he could not tell whether he was in the body or out of the body, which is about the same as to say that a man may be out of the body and yet seem to himself...
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Facts and Theories as to a Future State: The Scripture Doctrine Considered ...

Frederick W. Grant - Annihilationism - 1889 - 638 pages
...if the passage in Job were gone. For when the apostle says of his vision of the third heaven, that he could not tell whether he was " in the body or out of the body," no words are needed to assure us that here there was no question of the resurrection body....
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The Intermediate State: An Essay Upon the Relation of Prayer to a Conscious ...

Arthur Williamson - Intermediate state - 1890 - 82 pages
...instance to cite in favour of actual consciousness separate from bodily sense. S. Paul expressly says that he could not tell whether he was "in the body or out of the body," ie, he had no consciousness of his body either way. And yet he was clearly conscious of...
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The Opening of the Sixth Seal: The Celestial Messenger and Prophecy of St. John

Lewis King - Bible - 1891 - 252 pages
...tell to the inhabitants of Earth, could not have been in his normal condition, for he informs us that he could not tell whether he was in the body or out of it. The angel that informed St. John that he must make another prophecy before the inhabitants of Earth,...
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The Advancing Kingdom: Or, The Wonders of Foretold History

Frances Emory Tower - Bible - 1892 - 534 pages
...of miles; he would have known (in this case) that he must be out of the body. Yet he declares that he could not tell whether he was in the body or out of it when he was caught away into paradise. His uncertainty in the matter forbids us to suppose either that...
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The Millennial Kingdom: A Book of Surprises. Containing Unusual Statements ...

William A. Redding - Jehovah's Witnesses - 1894 - 305 pages
...up into the third heaven and saw things there not lawful to tell. He says the man was not dead, but he could not tell whether he was in the body or out of the body. It was done in such a way that the person forgot all about himself, and therefore could not...
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The Methodist new connexion magazine and evangelical repository

...distinct recollection of what he had heard CONMEXIONAL DEPARTMENT. and seen in Paradise; for he says that he could not tell whether he was in the body or out of the body. We think in words, which at the time are intelligible, but we often fail when we try to produce...
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