Memoirs of Captain James Wilson: Containing an Account of His Enterprises and Sufferings in India, His Conversion to Christianity, His Missionary Voyage to the South Seas; and His Peaceful and Triumphant Death
T. Hamilton, 1819 - 286 Seiten
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Seite 125 - Self was obnoxious, and good works he had none, for it is God that worketh in us both to will and to do.
Seite 150 - Strong feeling is naturally contagious ; and if, as the wise man observes, as ' iron sharpeneth iron, so doth the countenance of a man his friend...
Seite 142 - If the world hate you, ye know that it hated me before it hated you. If ye were of the world, the world would love his own : but because ye are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you.
Seite 101 - That such monuments, and such actions or observances, be instituted, and do commence from the time that the matter of fact was done.
Seite 273 - Let them take a lump of figs, and lay it for a plaister upon the boil, and he shall recover. 22 Hezekiah also had said, What is the sign that I shall go up to the house of the LORD?
Seite 172 - Thames, having for their flag, hoisted at the mizen-top-gallant-mast-head, three doves argent, on a purple field, bearing olive branches in their bills.