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" If there are any who doubt our faith, let them think of what importance religion is to calamity, and forbear to weaken its force; if they cannot restore our happiness, let them not take away the solace of our affliction. "
The Hibernian Magazine, Or, Compendium of Entertaining Knowledge - Trang 244
1781
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Rossiter Johnson - 1874
...such consolation is yours." " It is, my friend," said he ; " and I trust I shall ever hold it fast. If there are any who doubt our faith, let them think...calamity, and forbear to weaken its force. If they cannot restore our happiness, let them not take away the solace of our affliction." Mr. 'a heart was smitten,...

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Ludwig Herrig - 1885
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Robert Cochrane - 1887 - 536 trang
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...such consolation is yonm." "It is, my friend," said he, "and I trust I shall ever hold it fast; — if there are any who doubt our faith, let them think...calamity, and forbear to weaken its force; if they cannot reetore oar happiness, let them not take away the aolace of our affliction. " Mr 's heart was smitten;...

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