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" standing alone has an ill sound, and I do not justify it; but in the sense in which I employed it I still stand to it. No Christian should do anything in which he cannot glorify God — and this may be done, according to Scripture, in eating and drinking... "
Atlanta Medical and Surgical Journal - Página 557
1875
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The Smoker's Guide, Philosopher, and Friend: What to Smoke, what to Smoke ...

Andrew Steinmetz - 1876 - 184 páginas
...alone has an ill sound, and I do not justify it ; but in the sense in which I employed it, I shall stand to it. No Christian should do anything in which...gifts to the poor — if I had rendered my mind less vigorous — I trust I should see my fault and turn from it ; but he who charges me with these things...
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The Smoker's Guide, Philosopher and Friend: What to Smoke - what to Smoke ...

Andrew Steinmetz - 1877 - 184 páginas
...this may be done, according to Scripture, in eating, and drinking, and the common actions of life. -_ "When I have found intense pain relieved — a weary...gifts to the poor — if I had rendered my mind less vigorous — I trust I should see my fault and turn from it ; but he who charges me with these things...
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The Life and Labors of Charles H. Spurgeon: The Faithful Preacher, the ...

George Carter Needham - 1883 - 603 páginas
...liberty may bring upon me the upbraidings of many of the good, and the sneers of the self-righteous : but I shall endure both with serenity, so long as...gifts to the poor; if I had rendered my mind less vigorous, I trust I should see my fault and turn from it: but he who charges me with these things shall...
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Tobacco Talk and Smokers' Gossip: An Amusing Miscellany of Fact and Anecdote ...

1885
...it. No Christian should do anything in which he cannot glorify God ; and this may be done, recording to Scripture, in eating, and drinking, and the common...gifts to the poor, if I had rendered my mind less vigorous, I trust I should see my fault and turn from it ; but he who charges me with these things...
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Tobacco Talk and Smokers' Gossip: An Amusing Miscellany of Fact and Anecdote ...

1886 - 148 páginas
...alone, has an ill sound, and I do not justify it ; but in the sense in which I employed it, I shall stand to it. No Christian should do anything in which...gifts to the poor, if I had rendered my mind less vigorous, I trust I should see my fault and turn from it ; but he who charges me with these things...
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Medical Herald, Volúmenes39-40

1920
...much, who eat too much, who work too much. *As the celebrated Spurgeon, a famous London LL. D., said, "When I have found intense pain relieved, a weary...calm, refreshing sleep obtained by a cigar, I have feh grateful to God, and blessed His name for it." JMB •Temperance is a word the application of which...
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The Soverane Herbe: A History of Tobacco

W. A. Penn - 1901 - 326 páginas
...longer hold it together. Spurgeon once brought a shower of rabid abuse upon his head by saying : ' When I have found intense pain relieved, a weary brain...obtained by a cigar, I have felt grateful to God, and blessed His name for it.' In reply to a correspondent who would not believe this report, and inquired...
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Tobacco and Mental Efficiency

Michael Vincent O'Shea - 1923 - 258 páginas
...which adds to the commands of God the precepts of men ; to that system I will not yield for an hour. No Christian should do anything in which he cannot...have felt grateful to God and have blessed His name. Bishop Burnet always smoked while he was writing. In order to perform both operations comfortably he...
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Spurgeon: Prince of Preachers

Lewis A. Drummond - 895 páginas
...liberty may bring upon me the upbraidings of many of the good and the sneers of the self-righteous; but I shall endure both with serenity, so long as...gifts to the poor, if I had rendered my mind less vigorous, I trust I should see my fault and turn from it; but he who charges me with these things shall...
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The Scottish Congressional Magazine

Andrew Elliot - 1874
...been taken to task for the expression, "smoking to the glory of God," and here is his defence : — "The expression 'smoking to the glory of God' standing...gifts to the poor — if I had rendered my mind less vigorous — I trust I should see my fault and turn from it ; but he who charges me with these things...
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