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" O let not mine heart be inclined to any evil thing ; let me not be occupied in ungodly works with the men that work wickedness, lest I eat of such things as please them. "
Forty-eight scriptural studies - Page 72
by Charles Bridges - 1837 - 125 pages
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The life of Jesus Christ, meditations for each day from Easter (to the ...

Jacques Nouet - 1846
...Think earnestly of this, and henceforth be careful to speak oftener of JESUS and with JESUS. " Set2 a watch, O LORD, before my mouth, and keep the door of my lips. Let not my heart be inclined to any evil thing," unworthy of a soul which professeth lo love Thee and...
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Scriptural STudies

Rev. Charles Bridges, M.A. - 1847
...Mark the ill success in the neglect of waiting upon the Lord, Jos. ix. 14—23. XXIX. PSALM cxli. 8. Set a watch, O Lord, before my mouth, and keep the...the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh, Matt. xii. 34. Because the tongue is an unruly evil, James iii. 5—7. Therefore, strict watch must be kept...
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Short Helps to Daily Devotion, selected and arranged for every day in the year

Thomas Kerchever Arnold - Devotional calendars - 1847 - 520 pages
...4. " Foolish talking or jesting . . . are not convenient, but rather giving of thanks." Ps. cxxxiii. 3. " Set a watch, O Lord, before my mouth, and keep the door of my lips." Matt. xii. 34. " Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh. How can ye, being evil, speak...
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Daily readings; consisting of devotional reflections on some passage of ...

Edward Feilde - 1847
...his own soul, degrades himself below the beasts that perish. Great cause have we all daily to pray " Set a watch, O Lord, before my mouth, and keep the door of my lips." (7). COL. iii. 3. Ye are dead, and your life is hid with Christ in God. WE all know how vain it is...
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Sacra Privata: The Private Meditations and Prayers of Thomas Wilson ...

Thomas Wilson - Devotional exercises - 1847 - 318 pages
...11. " Foolish talking or jesting are not convenient, but rather giving of thanks." — Eph. v. 4. " Set a watch, O Lord, before my mouth, and keep the door of my lips." — Ps. cxxxiii. 3. " Out of the abundance of the heart the mouth speaketh. How can ye, being evil,...
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Similitudes used in holy Scripture

Walter John Trower (bp. of Gibraltar.) - 1847
...mighty; and he that ruleth his spirit than he that taketh a city."3 Frequently offer up the prayer, " Set a watch, O Lord, before my mouth, and keep the door of my lips." ? Ps. cxli. 3. 2 Prov. xx.3. 3 Ibid. xvi. 32. " The path of the just is as the shining light, that...
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Prayers for the laity: a selection from the public and private devotions of ...

Prayers - 1877
...never he surprised by sudden temptations or a careless spirit, nor ever return to folly or vanity. Set a watch, O Lord, before my mouth, and keep the door of my lips, that I offend not in tongue neither against piety or charity. Teach me to think of nothing; hut Thee...
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Short aspirations to God, for every day in the year: mostly from holy ...

1877
...Thyself to me, and I shall have no wants. 28. O LoRD, if Thou be for us, who shall be against us ? 29. Set a watch, O LoRD, before my mouth ; and keep the door of my lips. 30. I will magnify Thee, 0 GoD, my King! *LL Thy works praise Thee, O LORD, and Thy saints give thanks...
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History of Battle Abbey

Catherine Lucy W. Powlett (duchess of Cleveland.) - 1877 - 357 pages
...when our Saviour's agony in the garden, it is believed, began. The service concluded with this verse : Set a -watch, O Lord, before my mouth, and keep the door of my lips; and after this the monks were not allowed to talk, but went to bed immediately.'—Hutchinsorfs Durham....
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The awakening soul, as sketched in the 130th Psalm. Addresses

Ernest Roland Wilberforce (bp. of Chichester.) - 1877
...often speak in whisper, lest they bring down the avalanche ; for us at this stage the prayer was made, "Set a watch, O Lord, before my mouth, and keep the door of my lips *." But you may say, " Here it is that I find my own chief temptation, it is the world that ensnares...
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