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" lying, and slandering. May we preserve our bodies in temperance, soberness, and chastity. May we not covet other men's goods ; but learn, and labour truly, to get our living ; and to do our duty in that state of life to which it hath pleased GOD to call... "
Family prayers [ed. by sir R.H. Inglis]. - Página 68
por Henry Thornton - 1834
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A paraphrase and comment upon the Epistle and Gospels, appointed to be used ...

George Stanhope - 1732
...Catechifm faid, among many other things, to confift in this, that -we learn and labour truly to get our own living, and to do our Duty in that State of Life to which it Jhall pleafe God to callus. Our Living muft be got, but got truly, that is, juftly and honeftly....
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The Theological, Philosophical and Miscellaneous Works of the Rev ..., Volumen5

William Jones - 1801
...and contribute what he can towards it. The duties which a man owes to society; will depend much on that state of life, to which it hath pleased God to call him. Men in society differ from each other in their offices, as the limbs and members of the same body...
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A lecture on the evils of popular ignorance, and on the remedies thereof

Thomas Martin - 1843
...and who has been taught from his youth up, that one of the fundamental principles of Christianity is to do our duty in that state of life to which it hath pleased God to call us ? Away then with the degrading and unchristian sentiment that education is necessary for those only...
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Sermons, for parochial and domestic use, designed to illustrate ..., Volumen2

Richard Mant (bp. of Down, Connor and Dromore.) - 1813
...We cannot do our duty to man without it, in those various relations, which we bear to others in the state of life, to which it hath pleased God to call us. If we cannot do our duty to man, we cannot (it is an inevitable consequence, unequivocally maintained...
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Sermons, for parochial and domestic use, designed to illustrate ..., Volumen2

Richard Mant (bp. of Down, Connor and Dromore.) - 1817
...We cannot do our duty to man without it, in those various relations, which we bear to others in the state of life, to which it hath pleased God to call us. If we cannot do our duty to man, we cannot (it is an inevitable consequence, unequivocally maintained...
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Cursory observations on the charters granted to the inhabitants of Tiverton ...

George Coles - 1823
...humble confession indeed of the publican, will not avail him, who continueth not to do his duties in that state of life to which it hath pleased God to call him. How then can he, who has lived in the neglect of duties which he hath (I) sworn he will to the...
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The pocket prayer book [compiled by R. Wilkinson].

Pocket prayer book - 1825
...in temperance, soberness, and chastity. Grant that we may never covet other men's goods : but may we learn and labour truly to get our living, and to do our duty in that state of life into which it hath pleased God to call us. And, as we know that we are not. able to do these things...
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The Theological and Miscellaneous Works of the Rev. William Jones ..., Volumen3

William Jones, William Stevens - 1826
...and contribute what he can towards it. The duties which a man owes to society, will depend much on that state of life, to which it hath pleased God to call him. Men in society differ from each other in their offices, as the limbs and members of the same body...
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Sermons: Practical, Doctrinal, and Expository

William Jones (of Nayland.) - 1829 - 600 páginas
...and contribute what he can towards it. The duties which a man owes to society, will depend much on that state of life, to which it hath pleased God to call him. Men in society differ from each other in their offices, as the limbs and members of the same body...
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Effects of drunkenness shewn in an address

Edward Feild (bp. of Newfoundland.) - 1831
...Catechism said among many other things to consist in this, That we learn and labour truly to get our own living, and to do our duty in that state of life to which it shall please God to call us. Our living must be got, but got truly, that is, justly and honestly....
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