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" If I rejoiced at the destruction of him that hated me, or lifted up myself when evil found him (neither have I suffered my mouth to sin, by wishing a curse to his soul). The stranger did not lodge in the street ; but I opened my doors to the traveller. "
The Spectator [by J. Addison and others] with sketches of the lives of the ... - Page 89
by Spectator The - 1853
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The Spectator, Volume 3

1739
...Ifufferedmy mouth to Jin, byvjijhing a Curfe to his foul.} Thejlranper did not lodge in the ftreet ; but I opened my doors to the traveller. If my land cry again]} me, or that the furrmvs likewife thereof complain. If I have eaten the fruits thereof •without...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volume 4

1786
...fuffered my mouth to fin, by wifliing a curfe to his foul. The Uranger aid not lodge ir. the ftreetj but I opened my doors to the traveller. If my land cry againft me, or that the furrows likewife thereof complain : if I have eaten the froitt thereof without...
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The Truth and Safety of the Christian Religion Deduced from Reason and ...

Daniel Bellamy - 1789 - 466 pages
...mended only by the greateft of all teachers and the moft perfect of all examples." SCOTT. VERSE XXXII. THE STRANGER DID NOT LODGE IN THE STREET; BUT I OPENED MY DOORS TO THE TRAVELLER. " MY gate fl:w open at the Pilgrim's voice, " Beneath my roof I bade his heart rejoice. «' His family,...
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The Spectator, with Illustrative Notes: To which are Prefixed, the ..., Volume 3

1794
...rejoiced at the destruction of him that hated me, or lift up myself when evil found him : (Neither have I suffered my mouth to sin, by wishing a curse to his soul.) The stranger d.'d not lodge in the street ; but I opened my doors to the traveller. If my land cry against me, or...
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Select British Classics, Volume 13

1803
...me, or lift up myself when evil found him : " neither have I suffered my mouth to sin, by wish" ing a curse to his soul. The stranger did not *' lodge...have " eaten the fruits thereof without money, or have " caused the owners thereof to lose their life : let " thistles grow instead of wheat, and cockle...
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Sacred hours; or, Extracts for private devotion & meditation, Volume 1

Sacred hours - 1804
...rejoiced at the destrOction of him that hated me, or lifted up myself when evil found him : neither have I suffered my mouth to sin by wishing a curse to his...the street; but I opened my doors to the traveller. Did not I weep for him that was in trouble ? was not my soul grieved for the poor? Did I fear a great...
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A Short and Plain Exposition of the Old Testament: With Devotional ..., Volume 4

Job Orton, Robert Gentleman - 1805
...avenged their master, with so much rage as almost to eat ufi 32 his enemies, but I would not permit it. The stranger did not lodge in the street : [but] I opened my doors to the traveller ; 33 my house was always often for their reception. If I covered my transgressions, as Adam, by hiding...
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A Short and Plain Exposition of the Old Testament: With Devotional ..., Volume 4

Job Orton, Robert Gentleman - 1805
...found him ; if I ever wished evil to my enemy, or insulted him when it came upon 30 Mm ; Neither have I suffered my mouth to sin by wishing- a curse to his soul ; I never uttered any im/irecation or curse a31 gainst him ; If the men of my tabernacle said not,...
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The Odyssey of Homer, Volume 6

Homer - 1806
...I rejoiced at the destruction of him that hated me, or lifted up myself when evil found him : if I suffered my mouth to sin, by wishing a curse to his soul,' &c. Were a prince, who makes war for glory, to stand upon a field of battle immediately after victory,...
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Memoirs of the author and the entire Gospel according to Matthew

Timothy Kenrick - 1807
...those who practised it prided themselves on possessing so excellent a quality. Job says, xxxi. 32, " The stranger did not lodge in the street; but I opened my door to the traveller." Against showing such hospitality to Christians, whose principles were so obnoxious,...
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