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Sida 504 - Church. Let others be pontiffs, patriarchs, or popes; let them glitter in purple, in scarlet, or in gold ; let them seek the admiration of the wondering multitude, and receive obeisance on the bended knee. Ye have acquired a better name than they, and a more sacred fame. And when that day shall arrive when the Chief Shepherd shall give to every man according to his work, a greater reward shall be adjudged to you. Admitted into the glorious society of the prophets, evangelists, and apostles, ye, with...
Sida 517 - To expect, therefore, that the arts and sciences should take their first risa in a monarchy, is to expect a contradiction.
Sida 503 - Reverend and Beloved, — Your letters, dated the 20th of January of the present year, were most welcome to us; not only because the work undertaken by you of converting the heathen to the Christian faith, doth, by the grace of God, prosper, but also because, that, in this our kingdom, such a laudable zeal for the promotion of the Gospel prevails. " 'We pray you may be endued with health and strength of body, that you may long continue to fulfil your ministry with good success ; of which, as we shall...
Sida 255 - The manufacturing system has already so far extended its influence over the British Empire as to effect an essential change in the general character of the mass of the people.
Sida 491 - And he called unto him his disciples, and saith unto them, Verily I say unto you, That this poor widow hath cast more in, than all they which have cast into the treasury: For all they did cast in of their abundance ; but she of her want did east in all that she had, even all her living.
Sida 254 - This change has been owing chiefly to the mechanical inventions which introduced the cotton trade into this country, and to the cultivation of the cotton tree in America. The wants which this trade created for the various materials requisite to forward its multiplied operations, caused an extraordinary demand for almost all the manufactures previously established, and, of course, for human labour. The numerous fanciful and...
Sida 194 - His lord answered and said unto him, Thou wicked and slothful servant, thou knewest that I reap where I sowed not, and gather where I have not strawed ? Thou oughtest therefore to have put my money to the exchangers, and then at my coming I should have received mine own with usury.
Sida 528 - That breathed when soul was knit to soul, And heart to heart responsive beat ? What visions rise ! to charm, to melt ! The lost, the loved, the dead, are near ! Oh, hush that strain too deeply felt ! And cease that solace too severe ! But thou, serenely silent art ! By heaven and love wast taught to lend A milder solace to the heart, The sacred image of a friend.
Sida 504 - Let them enjoy, in the bosom of the church, titles and honours, obtained without labour and without danger. Your praise it will be (a praise of endless duration on earth, and followed by a just recompense in heaven) to have laboured in the vineyard which yourselves have planted; to have declared the name of Christ, where it was not known before; and through much peril and difficulty to have converted to the faith those among whom ye afterwards fulfilled your ministry.