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" I may thus be perfected by feebleness, and irradiated by obscurity ! And, indeed, in my blindness, I enjoy in no inconsiderable degree the favor of the Deity, who regards me with more tenderness and compassion in proportion as I am able to behold nothing... "
Memoirs of Christina, Queen of Sweden - Page 2
by Henry Woodhead - 1863
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The Baptist children's magazine (ed. by J.F. Winks).

Joseph Foulkes Winks - 1855
...invincibly strong ; and in proportion as I am blind, I shall more clearly see. O ! that I may thus be perfected by feebleness, and irradiated by obscurity ! And indeed, in my blindness, 1 enjoy, in no inconsiderable degree, the favour of the Deity ; who regards me with more tenderness...
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Lives of the illustrious. The Biographical magazine [ed. by J.P. Edwards].

Biographical magazine - 1853
...invincibly strong; and, in proportion as I am blind, I shall more clearly see. O that I may thus be perfected by feebleness, and irradiated by obscurity! And, indeed, in my blindness I enjoy, iu no inconsiderable degree, the favour of the Deity; who regards me with more tenderness and compassion,...
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The poetical works of John Milton

John Milton - 1855 - 748 pages
...as in that obscurity in which I am enveloped, the light of the divine presence more clearly shines ! And, indeed, in my blindness, I enjoy in no inconsiderable degree the favour of the Deity; who regards ma with more tenderness and compassion in proportion as I am able to behold nothing but himself. Alas!...
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 2

Henry Barnard - Education - 1856
...be invincibly strong ; and in proportion as I am blind, I shall more clearly see. O, that I may be perfected by feebleness and irradiated by obscurity...blindness I enjoy, in no inconsiderable degree, the favor of the Deity, who regards me with more tenderness as I am able to behold nothing but himself!...
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The National Magazine, Volume 8

Abel Stevens, James Floy - American essays - 1856
...proportion as I am blind. I shall more clearly ее. О that I may thus be perfected by fehlem***, and irradiated by obscurity ! And indeed in my blindness I enjoy in no inconsiderable degree the favor of the Deity, who regards me with more tender84 EDITORIAL KOTES AND GLEANINGS. поев and compassion...
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Lives of the Illustrious, Volumes 3-5

1856
...invincibly strong; and, in proportion as I am blind, I shall more clearly see. O that 1 may thus be perfected by feebleness, and irradiated by obscurity ! And, indeed, in my blindness J enjoy, in no inconsiderable degree, the favour of the Deity; who regards me with more tenderness...
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The R.I. Schoolmaster, Volume 3

Education - 1858
...invincibly strong, and in proportion as I am blind I shall more clearly see. Oh ! that I may thus be perfected by feebleness, and irradiated by obscurity...blindness I enjoy in no inconsiderable degree, the favor of the Deity, who regards me with more tenderness and compassion in proportion as I am able to...
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Gleanings from the Harvest Fields of Literature: A Melange of Excerpta ...

Charles Carroll Bombaugh - Literature - 1860 - 527 pages
...strong ; and iu proportion as I am blind, I shall more clearly see. Oh that I may thus be perfeeted by feebleness, and irradiated by obscurity ! And indeed...blindness I enjoy in no inconsiderable degree the favor of the Deity, who regards me with more tenderness and compassion in proportion as I am able to...
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Selections from the prose writings of John Milton, ed. with memoir, notes ...

John [prose Milton (selected]) - 1862
...to perfect joy, in this darkness be irradiated by heavenly light. And indeed, in our blindness, we enjoy, in no inconsiderable degree, the favour of the Deity ; who regards us with more tenderness and compassion in proportion as we are able to behold nothing but Himself....
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The Christian miscellany, and family visiter, Volumes 11-12

1865
...of epot," were deprived of light ; and I quoted to him those remarkable words of the great poet ; " In my blindness I enjoy in no inconsiderable degree the favour of the Deity, who regards ir.e with more tenderness and compassion in proportion as I am able to behold nothing but Himself."...
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