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" There is, as the Apostle has remarked, a way to strength through weakness. " Let me then be the most feeble creature alive, as long as that feebleness serves to invigorate the energies of my rational and immortal spirit ; as long as in that obscurity... "
Memoirs of Christina, Queen of Sweden - Page 2
by Henry Woodhead - 1863
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The Children's Magazine and Missionary Repository, Volume 11

Children's literature - 1848
...at liberty to contemplate the beauty and stability of virtue and of truth. How many things are there besides, which I would not willingly see ; how many...weakness. Let me then be the most feeble creature alive, so long as that feebleness serves to invigorate the energies of my rational and immortal spirit ; so...
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The Baptist children's magazine (ed. by J.F. Winks).

Joseph Foulkes Winks - 1855
...at liberty to contemplate the beauty and stability of virtue and of truth. How many things are there besides, which I would not willingly see ; how many...weakness. Let me then be the most feeble creature alive, so long as that feebleness serves to invigorate the energies of my rational and immortal spirit; so...
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Paradise Lost

John Milton - Authors, English - 1851 - 415 pages
...hesides whieh I would not willingly see ; how many whieh I must see against my will; and how few whieh I feel any anxiety to see! There is, as the Apostle...remarked, a way to strength through weakness. Let me then ho the most i feehle ereature alive, as long as that feehleness serves to invigorate the energies of...
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The poetical works of John Milton

John Milton - 1855 - 748 pages
...at liberty to contemplate the beauty and stability of virtue and of truth. How many things are there besides which I would not willingly see ; how many...remarked, a way to strength through weakness. Let me then bo the most feeble creature alive, as long as that feebleness serves to invigorate the energies of...
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Lives of the Illustrious, Volumes 3-5

1856
...liberty to contemplate the beauty and stability of virtue and of truth. How many things are there, besides, which I would not willingly see — how many...which I must see against my will — and how few which 1 feel any anxiety to see! There iť, as the Apostle has remarked, a way to strength through weakness....
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The American Journal of Education, Volume 2

Henry Barnard - Education - 1856
...things, while it leaves me at liberty to contemplate the beauty and stability of virtue and truth. There is, as the apostle has remarked, a way to strength through weakness. Let me be the most feeble creature alive, as long as my feebleness seems to invigorate the energies of my...
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The Baptist youth's magazine, with which the Baptist children's magazine is ...

Joseph Foulkes Winks
...at liberty to contemplate the beauty and stability of virtue and of truth. How many things are there besides, which I would not willingly see; how many...feel any anxiety to see ! There is, as the apostle lias remarked, a way to strength through weakness. Let me then be the most feeble creature alive, as...
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Gleanings from the Harvest Fields of Literature: A Melange of Excerpta ...

Charles Carroll Bombaugh - Literature - 1860 - 527 pages
...are inclined to regard them as a paraphrase : — Let mo then be the most feoblo creature alive, so long as that feebleness serves to invigorate the energies of my rational and immortal spirit, so long as in that obsenrity in which I am enveloped the light of Divine Presence more clearly shines....
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The Land We Love, Volumes 1-2

1866
...at liberty to contemplate the beauty and stability of virtue and of truth. How many things are there besides, which I would not willingly see ; how many...creature alive, as long as that feebleness serves to invigorute the energies of my rational and immortal ppirit; as long as in that obscurity in which I...
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History of Worcester in the War of the Rebellion

Abijah Perkins Marvin - Massachusetts - 1870 - 582 pages
...Ruler of the universe, as John Milton in his blindness ; and join with him in his declaration : — ' There is, as the apostle has remarked, a way to strength...feebleness serves to invigorate the energies of my immortat spirit; as long as in that obscurity, in which I am enveloped, the light of the divine presence...
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