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" But God's ways are not as our ways ; nor his thoughts as our thoughts. "
The works of Robert Hall. With a brief memoir of his life, by dr. Gregory ... - Página 507
por Robert Hall - 1832
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Lectures and Essays on Natural Theology and Ethics

William Wallace - 1898 - 566 páginas
...him down to the level of such an one as mortals are, and to offer a cheap commendation of him whose ways are not as our ways, nor his thoughts as our thoughts. Man is not the industrious bees or the ever-virtuous ant. He is not that kind of pattern. Rather is...
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The Christian Revelation

Borden Parker Bowne - 1898 - 107 páginas
...universe. Their mystery and impenetrability grow more and more marked ; and the impression deepens that his ways are not as our ways,, nor his thoughts as our thoughts. The problem grows faster than our knowledge; and more than ever, for faith and trust in this awful...
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Tractate[s] on the Causes and Remedy of the Disunion of Christendom

Algernon Sidney Crapsey - 1899
...after week and year after year the earth is watered and made fruitful. So in the spiritual heavens God's ways are not as our ways, nor his thoughts as our thoughts. If we had been called upon to devise a method of revelation we should have followed the plan of the...
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Aspects of Religious and Scientific Thought

Richard Holt Hutton - 1899 - 415 páginas
...a truth at all. What I should say is this, — that all who believe in God at all as a Being whose ways are not as our ways, nor His thoughts as our thoughts, ought to expect to find, in His revelations to us, first, that which we can discern to be absolutely...
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The Quarterly of the Oregon Historical Society

Oregon Historical Society - 1916
...How happy would I have been, if my work in the US had been done, and I ready to descend with them, but God's ways are not as our ways, nor his thoughts as our thoughts. AM Forded the river and camped with the company which is going to Missouri. The grove at the Rendezvous,...
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Family History, Genealogical, Historical and Biographical, of the Simonton ...

William Simonton - 1900 - 191 páginas
...said: 'I ain ready to go; Lord Jesus, receive my spirit.' Such removals may seem to us a dark mystery, but God's ways are not as our ways, nor His thoughts as our thoughts. Having consecrated herself unreservedly on the altar of missionary service, her Saviour was pleased...
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The Expositor

Samuel Cox, Sir William Robertson Nicoll, James Moffatt - 1900
...although it is as true for us as for the original recipients of the message of Isaiah Iv. that His ways are not as our ways, nor His thoughts as our thoughts, yet we differ from them in our ability to comprehend these ways in some dim manner, and even Kepler-like...
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Aspects of Religious and Scientific Thought: Selected from the Spectator and ...

Richard Holt Hutton, Elizabeth Mary Roscoe - 1901 - 415 páginas
...a truth at all. What I should say is this, — that all who believe in God at all as a Being whose ways are not as our ways, nor His thoughts as our thoughts, ought to expect to find, in His revelations to us, first, that which we can discern to be absolutely...
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Sermons on Faith and Doctrine

Benjamin Jowett - 1901 - 354 páginas
...representing divine love under the likeness of human love. And some one will perhaps say that ' His ways are not as our ways, nor His thoughts as our thoughts.' There are two senses in which these words may be applied; the one is very false, the other quite true....
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Select Passages from the Theological Writings of Benjamin Jowett ...

Benjamin Jowett - 1902 - 242 páginas
...him to the level of the finite ; and which seem to lose their force in proportion as we admit that God's ways are not as our ways, nor His thoughts as our thoughts ? The belief is strong enough without those fictitious supports ; it cannot be made stronger with them....
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