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" How much less to him that accepteth not the persons of princes, nor regardeth the rich more than the poor ? for they all are the work of his hands. "
Discourses Concerning the Being and Natural Perfections of God, in which ... - Page 192
by John Abernethy - 1757
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The Whole Works of the Late Reverend and Learned Mr. Thomas Boston ..., Volume 1

Thomas Boston - Presbyterian Church - 1848 - 720 pages
...the least inconsistent with the immutable rules of perfect justice. ' He accepteth not the persons of princes, nor regardeth the rich more than the poor ; for they are all the work of his hands,' Job xxxiv. 19. 6. Christ is a very merciful King. Mercy is the prevailing...
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Expository discourses on the first epistle of ... Peter, Volume 1

John Brown - 1848
...God will not do wickedly, neither will the Almighty pervert judgment. He accepteth not the persons of princes, nor regardeth the rich more than the poor, for they are all the work of his hands." " Of a truth," says Peter, " I perceive that God is no respecter of...
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The Daily Services of the United Church of England and Ireland

Church of England - 1849 - 979 pages
...Thou art wicked? and to princes, Ye are ungodly? How much less to ffim that accepteth not the persons e street shall be built again, and the wall, even in troublous times. And after In a moment shall they die, and the people ITS shall be troubled at midnight, »IM pass away : and...
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The comforter; or, Short addresses from the book of Job

Richard Cobbold - 1850
...thou art wicked, and to princes, ye are ungodly ? How much less to Him that accepteth not the person of princes, nor regardeth the rich more than the poor? for they all are the work of His hands." To high or low, rich or poor, prince or beggar, the quietness and assurance of the kingdom of heaven...
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The English Version of the Polyglot Bible Containing the Old and New ...

1850 - 790 pages
...wicked ? and, to princes, Ye are ungodly ? 19 How much less to him' that accepteth"1 not the persons the ark of the LOED upon the cart, and the coffer with the mice of gold and the images of their 20 In a moment shall they die, and the people shall be troubled at midnight, and pass away: and Vthe...
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The Christian miscellany, and family visiter, Volumes 7-8

1850
...do wickedly," says Elihn, " neither will the Almighty pervert judgment. He accepteth not the persons of Princes, nor regardeth the rich more than the poor ; for they are all the work of His hands." "Of a truth," says Peter, " I perceive that God is no respecter of...
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The Christian code; or, Rules for the conduct of human life, taken from the ...

Henry Tyrwhitt J. Macnamara - 1878
...will not do wickedly, neither will the Almighty pervert judgment . . . (He) accepteth not the persons of princes, nor regardeth the rich more than the poor : for they all are the work of His hands.7 Justice and judgment are the habitation of Thy throne : mercy and truth shall go before Thy...
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The soul's inquiries answered in the words of Scripture, a year-book of ...

George Washington Moon - 1878
...Will HE regard your persons? — MAL. i, 9. HE accepteth not the persons of princes, nor regarcleth the rich more than the poor ; for they all are the work of HIs hands. — JOB xxxiv, 19. GOD is no respecter of persons : but in every nation he that feareth HIM, and vvorketh...
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My daily text book, a short reading from holy Scripture for every morning ...

Sarah Mary Campbell (countess of Cawdor) - 1878
...for the wrong that he hath done : and there is no respect of persons. God accepteth not the persons of princes, nor regardeth the rich more than the poor, for they are all the work of his hands. i CTnw. xxviii. » ; Eccia. viii. 12, 13 ; 1 Tim. fl. 8 ; rt. xiv. 18...
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Mrs. Thorne's guests, or, Salt, with savour and without, by Archie Fell

Mary J. Capron - 1880 - 400 pages
...God's sight, for the greater usefulness of his people ; but unlike man, he ' accepteth no* the persons of princes, nor regardeth the rich more than the poor, for they, all are the work of his hands.' " Kate's only answer was a deep-breathed sigh. " Would you expect to find much pleasure in a company...
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