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" And now I shall come to the second, whom I call a prudent man, that boasts of his infirmities, fearing of his wisdom to judge in so weighty a cause... "
The Trial of Joanna Southcott: During Seven Days, which Commenced on the ... - Pagina xiii
door Jane Townley - 1804 - 111 pagina’s
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Sermons on Various Subjects

James Lindsay - 1818 - 488 pagina’s
...intimate connections from among the proud and the haughty. Choose them rather among those " who do not think of themselves more highly than they ought to think, but who think soberly." Neither ought we to seek our familiar friends among those, who have established...
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Sermons Preached at the Annual Election

1836
...in the light of reason and eternal truth. Men must take counsel of common sense and the Bible, and not think of themselves more highly than they ought to think, but think soberly ; soberly of their own talents and powers ; soberly of their merits, and soberly of their...
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Comments on the Epistles, as appointed to be read at the communion table

Joseph Frederick Hone - 1842
...the Apostle wisely reminds these faithful converts of their danger, and tells them, that they must not " think of themselves more highly than they ought to think, but soberly, according as God has dealt to every man the measure of faith." And he gives two good reasons...
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The scriptures of the holy Trinity

Joanna Southcott - 1861
...digest such men to have them settled in heart with me. And now I shall come to the second, whom call a prudent man, that boasts of his infirmities....themselves more highly than they ought to think, but wait until the} are clear in judging before they condemn. And now I shall come to the . other, who said...
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The New Englander

1871
..."worship"—that reverence and praise, the men of Plymouth have now gained. In their day and generation they did not think of themselves more highly than they ought to think, but were willing to take a humble place. Never before have their simple virtues shone out in such brightness....
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The Church Teacher's Manual of Christian Instruction: Being the Church ...

Michael Ferrebee Sadler - 1872 - 349 pagina’s
...baptized into Chris fs body ? Yes ; St. Paul reminds the Roman Christians of it, in order that they might not think of themselves more highly than they ought to think, but think soberly. (Rom. xii. 3, 4, 5.) (34) 1 8. Would the constant remembrance of this first Baptismal...
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The Church teacher's manual, the Church catechism expanded and explained in ...

Michael Ferrebee Sadler - 1872
...baptized into Chris fs body ? Yes ; St. Paul reminds the Roman Christians of it, in order that they might not think of themselves more highly than they ought to think, but think soberly. (Rom. xii. 3, 4, 5-) (34) 1 8. Would the constant remembrance of this first Baptismal...
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Passages from a common-place book

Samuel Hayman - 1873
...thus highly honored ; but they were still only clay. Let Ministers learn the lesson, and they will not think of themselves more highly than they ought to think, but will think soberly. Let them rightly estimate their innate brittleness and frailty ; for it is only...
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The Church Teacher's Manual of Christian Instruction: Being the Church ...

Michael Ferrebee Sadler - 1875 - 349 pagina’s
...baptized into Christ's body ? Yes ; St. Paul reminds the Roman Christians of it, in order that they might not think of themselves more highly than they ought to think, but think soberly. (Rom. xii. 3, 4, S-) (34) 19. What proof did our Saviour give from heaven that He held...
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A Kaffir - English dictionary

Albert Kropf - 1899 - 486 pagina’s
...Cingela, Rel. form. To think of or over : mabangazicingeli ngap'ezu koko bamelize kuzicingela ngako, let them not think of themselves more highly than they ought to think. — Cingisa, Caus. form. To cause to think : ucingiswe buhlwempu bake, his poverty made him to think....
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