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Let us delight to think and to speak of God , omitting no opportunity of conversing
with him in private or public prayer ; of pouring out our souls before himn on all
occasions , whether of sorrow or joy ; intreating pardon for our offences , and ...
... as far as the occasion agreed , than to affect a variety of expression , according
to the custom of men , since the dictates of infinite wisdom could not be improved
; and the sentiments of the Deity ( if it may be so expressed ) must be invariable ...
On many occasions , he had shewn the utmost compassion for the sorrows of
others ; can we then wonder that he shouldfeel for himself , when he had a view
of every circum . stance of indignity and cruelty that would be inflicted on him ?
... a power of becoming visible or invisible as occasion required , therefore were
not seen by Peter and Joha . Whether Mary perceived : them to be angels , or
took them for young men , is un-certain ; but it seems * she was so immersed in
This neither Paul nor Barnabas on the present occasion did , and , therefore , the
dispute ended as such matters usually do , when men suffer passion to rule them
. Let and Let us think of the unhappy consequences of this ( 351.
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