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" —Youth's Companion. , DR. PAYSON, when racked with pain, and near to death, exclaimed, " Oh, what a blessed thing it is to lose one's will!— Since I have lost my will, I have found happiness. There can be no such thing as disappointment to me, for... "
The Massachusetts Teacher - Page 165
1854
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A Memoir of the Rev. Edward Payson, D. D.: Late Pastor of the Second Church ...

Asa Cummings - 1830 - 460 pages
...muscles and organs of the body—" then my diseases commence their gambols !" K! I Sept. 21.—" O, what a blessed thing it is to lose one's will! Since...such thing as disappointment to me, for I have no desires but that God's will may be accomplished." " I have been all my life like a child whose father...
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A Memoir of the Rev. Edward Payson: Late Pastor of the Second Church in Portland

Asa Cummings - 1830 - 530 pages
...the muscles and organs of the body—' then my diseases commence their gambols !' SEPT. 21.—' O, what a blessed thing it is to lose one's will! Since...such thing as disappointment to me, for I have no desires but that God's will may be accomplished.' ' I have been all my life like a child whose father...
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A Memoir of the Rev. Edward Payson, D.D.

Asa Cummings - 1830 - 416 pages
...suppose you feel as if the equinox ought to be deferred on account of your school." Sept. 21. " O, what a blessed thing it is to lose one's will! Since I have lost my will, 1 have found happiness. There can be no such thing as disappointment to me, for I have no desires but...
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The Christian's Privilege, Or, Words of Comfort for His Hours of Sadness

Disney Robinson - 1832 - 212 pages
...will then be the subject of our petitions ; and this will be a ground of rejoicing and consolation. ' What a blessed thing it is to lose one's will ! Since...desire, but that God's will may be accomplished.'— Memoir of Dr. Edward Paysan. 3 1 John v. 15. And this is the ground of our thanksgiving. Who then are...
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A Memoir of the Rev. Edward Payson, D.D.: Late Pastor of the Second Church ...

Asa Cummings - 1832 - 482 pages
...the muscles and organs of the body,— ' then my diseases commence their gambols !' ' Sept. 21.—O what a blessed thing it is to lose one's will! Since...such thing as disappointment to me, for I have no desires but that God's will may be accomplished.' ' I have been all my life like a child whose father...
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The Church in the army

Army - 1841 - 266 pages
...of perfect love. " Oh, what a blessed thing it is to lose one's will ! " said \ another Christian. " Since I have lost my will, I have found happiness....desire but that God's will may be accomplished."* The breeze which we received at noon increased to a gale as the night approached. It drove us rapidly...
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The Christian's privilege; or, Words of comfort for his hour of sadness

Disney ROBINSON - 1843 - 200 pages
...will then be the subject of our petitions; and this will be a ground of rejoicing and consolation. ' What a blessed thing it is to lose one's will! Since...me, for I have no desire, but that God's will may be accomplished.'—Memoir of Or. Edward Payson. * 1 John v. 15. f Phillippians i. 4. % 1 John iv. 18....
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Visitor: Or Monthly Instructor

1848 - 530 pages
...ever new, and the landscapes n ever fade from the sight.—Legh Richmond. THE WILL OF GOD. DR. PATSON, when racked with pain, and near to death, exclaimed,...disappointment to me, for I have no desire but that God's will be accomplished." CHEPSTOW AND ITS ENVIRONS. CHEPSTOW, a веа-port town and parish of England, is...
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Ears of the spiritual harvest; or, Narratives of the Christian life, ed. by ...

Christian life - 1850 - 260 pages
...but of perfect love. " Oh, what a blessed thing it is to lose one's will!" said another Christian. " Since I have lost my will, I have found happiness....no desire but that God's will may be accomplished." The breeze which we received at noon, increased to a gale as the, night approached. It drove us rapidly...
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The first series tracts, Volume 11

Religious tract society - 1850 - 550 pages
...if justice did not require infinitely more." September 21, he exclaimed, " Oh, what a blessed thins; it is to lose one's will! Since I have lost my will,...such thing as disappointment to me, for I have no desires but that God's will may be accomplished." He was asked, " Do you feel yourself reconciled?"—Oh!...
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