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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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Christ Triumphant and Christian Ideal

Perry Calhoun Schilling - Christianity - 1917 - 256 pages
...beginning of the narration he informs them of the fact that he was unconscious of his true state, hence he could not tell whether he was in the body or out of it. However, he was consciously alive, and cognizant of his mysterious surroundings. He went to the "third...
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Confessions of an Old Priest

Samuel David McConnell - Christianity - 1922 - 125 pages
...in an ecstasy, the Quaker with his inward voices, the convert in the midst of revival frenzy, Paul when he could not tell whether he was in the body or out of the body, the Salvation Army soldiers with shining faces shouting hallelujahs, all these and all alike...
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History of the Y.M.C.A. in North America

Charles Howard Hopkins - Young Men's Christian associations - 1951 - 818 pages
...landmarked my life." As he glided across the emerald surface of one of America's loveliest lakes, Wishard could not tell whether he was "in the body or out of the body": I only know that I saw and heard things indescribable and unutterable; I had a vision of...
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The Apocalypse: An Exposition of the Book of Revelation

Joseph A. Seiss - Religion - 1969 - 544 pages
...inferable from the description. Perhaps the apostle himself was not able to perceive how it was. Paul could not tell whether he was " in the body, or out of the body," when he " was caught up." This only he knew, that he was somehow present in " the third...
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Faith in All Its Splendor

C. H. Spurgeon - Religion - 2001 - 112 pages
...snapping of a cord, the staying of a breath, and he that had God with him shall be with God. Sometimes he could not tell whether he was in the body or out of the body, but had to leave that question with God; he will soon be able to answer the question for...
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Faith in All Its Splendor

C. H. Spurgeon - Religion - 2006 - 112 pages
...snapping of a cord, the staying of a breath, and he that had God with him shall be with God. Sometimes he could not tell whether he was in the body or out of the body, but had to leave that question with God; he will soon be able to answer the question for...
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The Apocalypse: Lectures on the Book of Revelation

Joseph A. Seiss - Religion - 2007 - 536 pages
...inferable from the description. Perhaps the apostle himself was not able to perceive how it was. Paul could not tell whether he was " in the body, or out of the body," when he " was caught up." This only he knew, that he was somehow present in " the third...
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The life of ... colonel James Gardiner. With an appendix. Cooke's ed

Philip Doddridge - 1850
...disciples got, as they were going to Emmaus, when they said, Did not our hearts bum within us? &c. or rather like what Paul felt, when he could not tell whether he was in the hody or out of it." He th'en mentions his dread of spiritual pride, from which he earnestly prays that...
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Signs of the Times, and Doctrinal Advocate and Monitor, Volume 73

Baptists - 1905
...in him and by him. Twice ho repeats in the next two verses that he knew this man in Christ, and that he could not tell whether he was in the body or out of it at the time of this vision and revelations ; the Lord alone knew. What Paul did not know it is sure...
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The Medical Advance, Volume 1

1874
...graceful evolutions and enthusiastic contortions — such an ecstacy of sensational excitement, that one could not tell whether he was in the body or out of it. Ah! gentlemen, you complacently boast of the progress of modern medical science; — but are you sure...
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