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" All these things live and remain for ever for all uses, and they are all obedient. •• .•- * ' ."..... JIT. All things are double one against another : and he .hath made nothing imperfect. "
The Microscope: Its History, Construction, and Applications - Page 177
by Jabez Hogg - 1856 - 457 pages
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Sacred hours; or, Extracts for private devotion & meditation

Sacred hours - 1804
...his works! and that a man may see even to a spark. All these' things live and remain for ever for ail uses, and they are all obedient. All things are double...another: and he hath made nothing imperfect. One thing establishetl! the good of another : and who shall be filled with beholding his glory ? The pride of...
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Moral Maxims: From the Wisdom of Jesus, the Son of Sirach, Or, Ecclesiasticus

Maxims - 1807 - 128 pages
...counsellor. 405. O how desirable are all his works ! and that a man may see, even to a spark. 406. All these things live and remain for ever for all uses ; and they are all obedient. 497. All things are double one against another, and he hath made nothing imperfect. 498. One thing...
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The Christian review and clerical magazine

1828
...Hampden then proceeds to shew that such is actually the case; and that, according to the Son of Sirach, " all things are double, one against another, and He hath made nothing imperfect " (Ecclus. xlii. 24) : drawing his arguments principally from the practical nature of our religion,...
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The Religious Magazine, Or Spirit of the Foreign Theological ..., Volume 1

Religion - 1828
...then proceeds to show that euch is actually the case ; and that, according to the Son of Sirach, " all things are double, one against another, and He hath made nothing imperfect " (Ecclus. xlii. 24) : drawing his arguments principally from the practical nature of our religion,...
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Sermons on points of doctrine and rules of duty

Richard Parkinson - Sermons, English - 1832 - 356 pages
...that our eternal state in the next will be determined. In the language of the wise son of Sirach, " all things are double, one against another; and he hath made nothing imperfect l \" on the contrary, he hath made every thing to work together in perfect harmony for the good of...
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The remains of William Phelan [ed. by M. Phelan]. With a biogr ..., Volume 1

William Phelan, John Jebb (bp. of Limerick.) - 1832
...aims multiply * See an ingenious little tract, intitled, ' Reflections at Cheltenham in 1817." •(• "All things are double, one against another; and He hath made nothing imperfect." Ecclus. xlii. 24. with the advance of years, his powers of forethought and combination are proportionally...
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Selections from the Old Testament[...]

Sarah Austin - 1833 - 304 pages
...of any counsellor. 5 Oh how desirable are all his works ! and that a man may see even to a spark. 6 All these things live and remain for ever for all uses, and they are all obedient. 7 All things are double one against another: and he hath made nothing imperfect. 8 One thing establisheth...
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St. Pierre's Studies of Nature

Bernardin de Saint-Pierre - Natural history - 1836 - 398 pages
...be found in many passages of the holy Scriptures. I produce one from the book of Ecclesiasticus :* ' All things are double one against another; and He hath made nothing imperfect : one thing established! the good of another.' I consider this great truth as the key of all philosophy. It has...
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St. Pierre's Studies of Nature

Bernardin de Saint-Pierre - Natural history - 1836 - 398 pages
...be found in many passages of the holy Scriptures. I produce one from the book of Ecclesiasticus :* ' All things are double one against another ; and He hath made nothing unperfect : one thing establisheth the good of another.' I consider this great truth as the key of...
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Punishment by Death: Its Authority and Expediency

George Barrell Cheever, Tayler Lewis - Capital punishment - 1842 - 156 pages
...of Plato: KPITJIN: 16. mighty superstructure of his Analogy of Religion natural and revealed, " All things are double one against another ; and he hath made nothing imperfect."* He hath set one thing over against another. He hath put a sword into the hands'of the human government...
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