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" Wherefore seeing we also are compassed about with so great a cloud of witnesses, let us lay aside every weight, and the sin that doth so easily beset us... "
The Excellency of the Liturgy: In Four Discourses, Preached Before the ... - Page 138
by Charles Simeon - 1813 - 268 pages
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Critica Biblica: or, Depository of sacred literature, comprising remarks on ...

William Carpenter - 1824
...discipline we have received, and who long to applaud and congratulate us upon our victory, " let us lay aside every weight and the sin that doth so easily beset us :"$ let us throw off every impediment, as the competitors for the Olympic crown did, and that sin that...
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The whole works of ... Jeremy Taylor, with a life of the author ..., Volume 5

Jeremy Taylor (bp. of Down and Connor.) - 1828
...whole body of sin and death, — that we should crucify the old man with his lusts, — that we should lay aside every weight, and the sin that doth so easily beset us, — that we should cast away the works of darkness, — that we should awake from sleep, and arise...
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Christian Essays ...

Samuel Charles Wilks - Christianity - 1828 - 470 pages
...produces the most celestial effects. " Looking unto Jesus," its author and finisher, it enables us to " lay aside every " weight, and the sin that doth so easily beset " us." It prompts us to emulate that glorious company of saints, confessors, and martyrs, " of whom the world...
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A Family Prayer Book: Containing Forms of Morning and Evening Prayers for a ...

Charles Brooks - Devotional exercises - 1829 - 280 pages
...in vanity and indolence ; in the gratification of corrupt desires and empty wishes. Grant us aid to lay aside every weight and the sin that doth so easily beset us; and may we run, with patience and perseverance, the race laid out for us, looking unto Jesus. Gracious...
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Christian Essays: To which is Added an Essay on the Influence of a Moral ...

Samuel Charles Wilks - Christianity - 1829 - 348 pages
...produces the most celestial effects. "Looking unto Jesus," its author and finisher, it enables us to " lay aside every weight, and the sin that doth so easily beset us." It prompts us to emulate that glorious company of saints, confessors, and martyrs, " of whom the world...
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The Episcopal Manual: Being Intended as a Summary Explanation of the ...

William Holland Wilmer - 1829 - 235 pages
...come and abide in us. Our sacramental occasions will then be joyfu! occasions, and, excited thereby to lay aside every weight, and the sin that doth so easily beset us, we shall, with patience, run the race that is set before us, until we come to partake of the marriage...
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Biblical Repertory, Volume 1

Bible - 1829
...at home : — that they are " encompassed with a great cloud of witnesses ;" and that they ought to lay aside every weight, and the sin that doth so easily beset them, that in a word, they ought to constitute the centre of an influence which shall be felt through...
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The Practical Works of Richard Baxter: with a Life of the Author ..., Volume 9

Richard Baxter - Theology - 1830
...dead to the world, in that measure as he is dead to it, is freed from the world. " Let us therefore lay aside every weight, and the sin that doth so easily beset us ; and then we may run with patience the race that is set before us ;" Heb. xii. 1. This makes a poor Christian...
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The Pilgrim's Progress: With a Life of John Bunyan by Robert Southey

John Bunyan, Robert Southey - 1830 - 411 pages
...Pilgrims on Earth, but they derired a better Country, that it an Heavenly. Hebrews xi. 13. 16. " / . / us lay aside every weight, and the Sin that doth so easily beset us, and run with patience the race that is set before its. Hebrews xii. 1. London, printed for Thomas Malthus,...
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Sacred Classics, Or, Cabinet Library of Divinity, Volume 24

Richard Cattermole, Henry Stebbing - Christianity - 1830
...their not coming, that they increase their sin, and secure misery to themselves, because they do not ' lay aside every weight, and the sin that doth so easily beset them,' that they may come to the marriage-supper. It is as if we should excuse ourselves from the duties...
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