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" God's grace, the religious man is content to suffer ; and the ills, to which mortality is liable, he takes to himself without complaint. . . . Let the executioner stand before him ; let him prepare tortures, whet the knife, and kindle the pile ; he will... "
The Life of Thuanus: With Some Account of His Writings, and a Translation of ... - Page 396
by John Collinson - 1807 - 467 pages
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The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral ..., Volume 4

1822
...knife, aud kindle the pile, he will still persevere ; and his mind will dwell, not upon what he is te endure, but upon the part which it behoves him to act. His happiness is within bis own bosom, antl whatever assails him outwardly is trivial, and only grazes the surface of the body."—...
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...to suffer; and the ills, to which mortality is liable, he takes to himself without complaint. . . . Let the executioner stand before him ; let him prepare...is trivial, and only grazes the surface of the body Consider the conduct of one of those who perished by torture for their religious opinions. When bound...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1830
...persevere : and his mind will dwell, not upon what he is to endure, but upon the part which it becomes him to act. His happiness is within his own bosom,...is trivial, and only grazes the surface of the body Consider the conduct of one of those who perished by torture for their religious opinions. When bound...
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The History of the Church and Court of Rome: From the ..., Volume 2

Hallifield Cosgayne O'Donnoghue - 1830
...will dwell, not upon what he is to endure, but upon the part which it behoves him to act. Hihappiness is within his own bosom, and whatever assails him...outwardly is trivial, and only grazes the surface of the body....Consider the conduct of one of those who perished by torture for their religious opinions....
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The History of the Church of Christ: Comprising the sequel of the Lutheran ...

John Scott - Lutheran Church - 1832
...to suffer ; and the ills, to which mortality is liable, he takes to himself without complaint. . . . Let the executioner stand before him ; let him prepare...trivial, and only grazes the surface of the body. . . . Consider the conduct of one of those who perished by torture for their religious opinions. When...
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