The Family Instructor: In Two Parts. I. Relating to Family Breaches, and Their Obstructing Religious Duties. II. To the Great Mistake of Mixing the Passions in the Managing and Correcting of Children. ... Vol.II.
H. Woodfall, W. Strahan, G. Keith, W. Johnston, L. Hawes, W. Clarke and B. Collins, and T. Longman, 1766 - 384 pages
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Page 164 - And when ye spread forth your hands, I will hide mine eyes from you: yea, when ye make many prayers, I will not hear: your hands are full of blood.
Page 126 - When you spread forth your hands, I will hide mine eyes from you ; yea,- when you make many prayers, I will not hear ; your hands are full of blood1.
Page 362 - ... which dreadful vision entirely extinguished the courage of Sancho Panza, whose teeth began to chatter as if he had been in the cold fit of an ague ; and this agitation and chattering increased when they saw" them more distinctly; for, first and foremost appeared about twenty persons on horseback, all of them clothed in white, with each a lighted flambeau in his hand, muttering in a low and plaintive tone. Behind them came a litter covered with...
Page 308 - But thou when thou fafteft, anoint thine head, and wafh thy face, that thou appear not unto men to faft, but unto thy Father which is in fecret ; and thy Father which feeth in fecret, fliall reward thee openly.
Page 158 - The Grace of GOD that bringeth Salvation, . bath appeared unto all Men, teaching us, that denying Ungodlinefs and worldly Lujls, we Jhould live foberly, rigbteoufly, and godly in this prejent World.
Page 164 - ... and that his heart was not right in the sight of God. If any man alive was in the predicament of one whose prayer is an abomination, Simon was the man ; yet observe what Peter, the blessed preacher of repentance, says to him, Acts viii. 22 : Repent therefore of this thy wichedness, and pray God, if perhaps the thought of thine heart may be forgiven thee.
Page 192 - Cursed be their anger, for it was fierce ; and their wrath, for it was cruel.
Page ii - Divine Authority of the Scripture against the Deists. 2. Proofs, That the Messias is already come, &c., against the Atheists and Jews. 3. Asserting the Divinity of Jesus Christ, that he was really the same with the Messias, and that the Messias was to be really God; against our Modern Hereticks.
Page 291 - ... womans , negree mans, negree womans, just so as live here. Boy. What and not know God? Toby. Yes, the white mans say God prayers, — no much know God. Boy. And what do the black mans do? Toby. They much work, much work, — no say God prayers, not at all. Boy. What work do they do, Toby? Toby. Makee the sugar, makee the ginger, — much great work, weary work, all day, all night.