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" It has been so far from preserving you " from trouble, that I think you have " had more than the usual share." " No," said Mrs. Simpson ; " nor did " Christianity ever pretend to exempt " its followers from trouble; this is no " part of the promise.... "
Stories for the middle ranks of society and Tales for the common people - Página 296
por Hannah More - 1818
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The works of Hannah More, Volumen4

Hannah More - 1801
...Mrs. Betty, " that your religion has been of any ufe " to you. It has been fo far from pre" ferving you from trouble, that I think " you have had more than the ufual " fhare," " No," faid Mrs. Simpfon ; " nor did " Chriltianity ever pretend to exempt its " followers...
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The Works of Hannah More, in Four Volumes: Including Several ..., Volumen2

Hannah More - 1803 - 393 páginas
...any use to you. It has " been so fur froin preserving you from trouble, that; t{ I think you ìiave had more than the usual share." " No," said Mrs. Simpson ; " Nor did Christia" nity ever pretend to exempt its followers front " trouble ; this is no part of the promise....
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The New-York Missionary Magazine, and Repository of Religious ..., Volumen2

1801
...interrupted Mrs. Betty, " that your religion has been of any ufe to you. It has been fo far from preferving you from trouble, that I think you have had more than the ufual fhare." " No," faid Mrs. Simpfon; " nor did Cliriftianity ever pretend to exempt its followers...
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The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life

Hannah More - 1827
...sense of dépendance on God.' ' I do noi see, however,' interrupted Mrs. Betty. • llist your religion has been of any use to you. It has been so far from preserving 1 you from yon had been turned oui of doors ; that your the usual share.' in danger of starving, though...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volumen3

Hannah More - 1830
...sense of dependence on God." — "I do not see, however," interrupted Mrs. Betty, " that your religion has been of any use to you. It has been so far from...trouble: this is no part of the promise. Nay, the contrary is rather stipulated: ' in the world ye shall have tribulation.' But if it has not taught...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volumen3

Hannah More - 1830
...sense of dependence on God." — "I do not see, however," interrupted Mrs. Betty, " that your religion has been of any use to you. It has been so far from...trouble: this Is no part of the promise. Nay, the contrary is rather stipulated: ' in the world ye shall have tribulation.' But if it has not taught...
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The Works of Hannah More: With a Sketch of Her Life, Volumen1

Hannah More - 1832
...sense of dependence on God.' ' I do not see, however,' interrupted Mrs. Betty, ' that your religion has been of any use to you. It has been so far from...think you have had more than the usual share.' 'No, Betty,' replied Mrs. Simpson, 'it we» very providential ; this man, though he maintaincd a decent...
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The Works of Hannah More

Hannah More - 1834 - 2318 páginas
...sense of dependence on God." " I do not see, however," interrupted Mrs. Betty, " that your religion has been of any use to you. It has been so far from...that I think you have had more than the usual share.' 1 " No." said Mrs. Simpson : " nor did Christianity ever pretend to exempt its followers from trouble...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volumen1

Hannah More - 1836
...sense of dependence on God." " 1 do not see, however," interrupted Mrs. Betty, " that your religion has been of any use to you. It has been so far from...trouble; this is no part of the promise. Nay, the contrary is rather stipulated ; ' in the world ye shall have tribulation. 1 But if it has not taught...
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The Works of Hannah More, Volumen1

Hannah More - 1846
...sense of dependence on God.' ' I do not see, however,' interrupted Mrs. Betty, ' that your religion has been of any use to you. It has been so far from...have had more than the usual share.' 'No,' said Mrs. Simpsnn ;'nor did Christianity ever jirctcnd to exempt its followers from trouble ; this is no part...
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