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... his ascension to heaven. But if the pious at such periods had sought for any
form evident to their senses, must not " Matt xxviii. so. " i Kings xix. 14, 18. their
hearts have been quite discouraged? Indeed it was already TO THE INSTITUTES
Thus the Lord punished the ingratitude of men in former ages; for, in
consequence of their resistance to his truth, and extinction of the light he had
given them, he permitted them to be blinded by sense, deluded by absurd
falsehoods, and ...
... contrary to the accepted view of mathematicians, and well-nigh contrary to
common sense, to form a conception of any terrestrial motion whatsoever.
Therefore I would not have it unknown to Your Holiness, that the only thing which
The Heavens are high, far off, and unsearchable: we have sense and feeling of
corporal things; and of eternal grace, but by revelation. Xo marvel then that our
thoughts are also earthly: and it is less to be wondered at, that the words of ...
... so much as looking back from the very instant time, and from our now being,
the poor, diseased, and captive creature, (7) HC XXXIX hath as little sense of all
his former miseries and TO THE HISTORY OP THE WORLD 101.
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