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" ... he had been situated ; that though he had endured as much or more than fell to the lot of most men, yet all had been in mercy. I here remarked to him, that with most persons the days of ease and comfort were far more numerous than those of pain and... "
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The Christian Observer, Volume 31

Religion - 1832
...comfort were far more numerous than those of pain and sorrow. He replied, ' But I have been a great sufferer in my time : it is, however generally true...in pain or distress, or in expectation of death." pp. 24 — 28. " The subsequent part of the night was passed more quietly ; not, however, without other...
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The American Baptist Magazine, Volume 12

Baptists - 1832
...comfort were far more numerous than those of pain and sorrow. He replied, " But I have been a great sufferer in my time: it is, however, generally true:...when in pain or distress, or in expectation of death. ( To be continued.) THE BAPTISM. The following beautiful lines, by Mrs. Sigourney, are taken from the...
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The Works of the Rev. Robert Hall, A. M.

Robert Hall - Baptists - 1833
...comfort were far more numerous than those of pain and sorrow. He replied, ' But I have been a great sufferer in my time : it is, however, generally true...reflect much on this subject when in pain or distress, 01 in expectation of death.* " During the whole of this severe illness, he read much in Campbell's...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1833
...comfort were far more numerous than those of pain and sorrow. He replied : " But I have been a great sufferer in my time : it is, however, generally true...pain or distress, or in expectation of death.' p. 1 12. In the last agony, his sufferings extorted the exclamation, ' O the sufferings of this body !...
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Works of the Rev. Robert Hall ...: With a Brief Memoir and a ..., Volume 6

Robert Hall - 1833
...comfort were far more numerous than those of pain and sorrow. He replied, 'But I have been a great sufferer in my time : it is, however, generally true...in pain or distress, or in expectation of death.* " During the whole of this severe illness, he read much in Campbell's translation of the Gospels ;...
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The Works of the Rev. Robert Hall, A.M.

Robert Hall - Baptists - 1833
...comfort were far more numerous than those of pain and sorrow. He replied, ' But I have bden a great sufferer in my time : it is, however, generally true...in pain or distress, or in expectation of death.* " During the whole of this severe illness, he read much in Campbell's translation of the Gospels ;...
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Memoirs and private correspondence of the Rev. Robert Hall, of Bristol, England

Olinthus Gregory - 1833 - 372 pages
...cpmfort were far more numerous than those of pain and sorrow. He replied, ' But I have been a great sufferer in my time : it is, however, generally true:...in pain or distress, or in expectation of death.* " During the whole of this severe illness, he * Chandler's Authentic Account, p. 28. read much in Campbell's...
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A brief memoir of the life of Robert Hall, with observations on his ...

Olinthus Gilbert Gregory, John Foster - 1833
...comfort were far more numerous than those of pain and sorrow. He replied, " But I have been a great sufferer " in my time : it is, however, generally...when in pain or distress, or in expectation of death. * ' During the whole of this severe illness, he read much in Campbell's translation of the Grospels:...
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The Works of the Rev. Robert Hall, A.M.

Robert Hall, John Foster - Baptists - 1833
...were far more numerous than those of pain and sorrow. He replied, ' But I have been a great sufrbrer in my time : it is, however, generally true : the...in pain or distress, or in expectation of death.* " During the whole of this severe illness, he read much in Campbell's translation of the Gospels ;...
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Biographical Recollections of the Rev. Robert Hall

John Webster Morris - 1833 - 536 pages
...contrasted with the sufferings of Christ. He then observed that a contemplation of Christ's sufferings was the best antidote against impatience under any troubles we might experience, any pain or distress, or in ex* pectation of death itself. Notwithstanding the nature of his disorder...
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