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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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Teacher, Volume 8

1855 - 396 pages
...Satan; and I can heartily join with the apostle, and acknowledge, ' By the grace of God, I am what I am? "—Youth's Companion. DR. PAYSON, when racked with...such thing as disappointment to me, for I have no desires but that God's will may be accomplished." REPORT OF PROF. II. S. FRIEZE, On the Course of Study...
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The Massachusetts Teacher: A Journal of School and Home Education, Volume 8

1855 - 396 pages
...and 1 can heartily join with the apostle, and acknowledge, ' By the grace of God, I am what I am.' "—Youth's Companion. DR. PAYSON, when racked with...such thing as disappointment to me, for I have no desires but that God's will may be accomplished." REPORT OF PROF. HS FRIEZE, On the Course of Study...
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The Wesleyan methodist association magazine, Volume 18

1855 - 616 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." Having now resumed his usual military habit, the sergeant came and reclined his feeble frame upon a...
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The Massachusetts Teacher, Volume 8

1855 - 396 pages
...with the apostle, and acknowledge, ' By the grace of Gcd^ I am what I am.' "—Youth's Companion. Da. Payson, when racked with pain, and near to death, exclaimed, " Oh, what a blessed thing it i3 to lose one's will!— Since I have lost my will, I have found happiness. There can be no such thing...
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The Scottish Christian journal

1857 - 372 pages
...' I seem to be swimming in a river of pleasure, which is carrying me on to the great Fountain.' О 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. • THOMAS GRANT, PRINTER, EDINBDHGB. OUR LORD'S CRUCIFIXION...
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The sacred garland; or The Christian's daily delight, comprising a text, an ...

William Walters - 1857 - 428 pages
...nvi. 39. the late Dr. Payson of America was racked with pain in his last illness, he ex. claimed, " O what a blessed thing it is to lose one's will. Since...lost my will, I have found happiness. There can be no snch thing as disappointment to me, for I have no deeire but that God's will may be accomplished."...
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Memoir, Select Thoughts and Sermons of the Late Rev. Edward Payson ...

Edward Payson - 1858 - 620 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...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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Memoir, Select Thoughts and Sermons of the Late Rev. Edward Payson ...

Edward Payson - 1858 - 630 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...such thing as disappointment to me, for I have no desires but that God's will may be accomplished." " 1 have been all my life like a child whose father...
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Principles of the Interior Or Hidden Life: Designed Particularly for the ...

Thomas Cogswell Upham - 1858 - 416 pages
...shall come to pass. Why, then, should it be troubled? "What a blessed thing it is," says Dr. Payson, "to lose one's will! Since I have lost my will, I...happiness. There can be no such thing as disappointment; for 1 have no desire but that God's will may be accomplished." The blessedness of such a soul is indeed...
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Words of Comfort in Sickness

Invalid - 1859 - 112 pages
...believing." " Oh, what a blessed thing it is to lose one's will!" said an eminent Christian (Dr. Payson). " Since I have lost my will, I have found happiness....such thing as disappointment to me, for I have no desires but that (io& accomplished." Another, vi\iea. bed, said: " I have no particular desire to leave...
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