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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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Spiritual Riches of the Liturgy: With a Preface and Occasional Notes

Joseph R. Walker - 1859 - 270 pages
...rapidity with which the process is carried on. A late eminent Christian exclaimed on his death-bed: " Oh! what a blessed thing it is to lose one's will;...since I have lost my will, I have found happiness." Few, comparatively,do perfectly attain to this blessed frame of mind while in the flesh, but it is...
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The Primitive Church (or Baptist) Magazine, Volumes 17-18

1860 - 598 pages
...to the disgrace of the Christian profession, these names are almost grown out of date. ALL OF GRACE. Dr. Payson, when racked with pain, and near to death, exclaimed, " Oh what a hlessed thing it is to lose one's will. Since I have lost my will, I have found happiness ! There can...
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Golden hours, ed. by W.M. Whittemore

William Meynell Whittemore - 1865 - 200 pages
...exceeding sorrowful, even unto death, and An eminent minister, when racked with pain, and nearly dying, exclaimed, " Oh, what a blessed thing it is to lose one's will ! Since 1 have lost my will I have found happiness. There can be no such thing as disappointment to me, for...
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The class leader's assistant

John Bate - 1865 - 456 pages
...what we will, we cannot complain. Dr. Payson, when the subject of excruciating pain,- just before his death, exclaimed: " Oh, what a blessed thing it is to lose one's will. CLASS LEADER'S ASSISTANT. 287 Since I have lost my will I have found happiness ! There can be no such...
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Bible illustrations: consisting of apophthegms [ &c.], grouped ..., Volume 5

James Lee (M.A.) - 1867 - 484 pages
...enlarged ; never go to hear the Word but •ing 'Thy will be done!'—0, what ablessed thing is it to lose one's will: since I have lost my will, I have found happiness. There can be no such thing as disappointmeuts to me, for I have no desires but that God's will may bo accomplished. Thus I hope I...
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The dawn of heaven; or, The principles of the heavenly life applied to the ...

Joseph Avery Collier - 1869 - 170 pages
...therein an almost heavenly degree of pleasure. Thus that holy man, the Rev. Dr. Payson, could exclaim: 'Oh, what a blessed thing it is to lose one's will!...lost my will I have found happiness. There can be no svxtV 32 THE DAWN OF HEAVEN. pointment to me, for I have no desires but that God's will may be accomplished.'...
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Alone with Jesus: Gleanings for Closet Reading

J. C. Lanphier - 1872 - 206 pages
...the Philippian Christian (Phil. iv. 8) will servo to beget and strengthen, these graces in the soul. WHAT a blessed thing it is to lose one's will! Since...no desire but that God's will may be accomplished. WE should bear in mind that we are responsible for our afflictions, as well as for our mercies. Our...
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The class leader's assistant

John Bate - 1874 - 456 pages
...what we will, we cannot complain. Dr. Payson, when the subject of excruciating pain, just before his death, exclaimed: " Oh, what a blessed thing it is...no desire but that God's will may be accomplished." And One greater than Payson, found the blessedness of losing His will in that of His eternal Father....
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The new handbook of illustration; or, Treasury of themes, meditations [&c ...

E S. P - 1874 - 588 pages
...still in possession.— Buck. DR. PAYSON, when racked with pain, and near to death, exclaimed, " О what a blessed thing it is to lose one's will ! Since...lost my will I have found happiness. There can be uo such thing as disappointment to me, for I have no desire but that God's will be accomplished." TRUE...
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A miscellaneous selection from the scrapbook of the compiler [sir E. Denny].

1874 - 80 pages
...EXTRACTS GVW FROM THE LIFE OF EDWARD PAYSON. NO WILL BUT GOD'S. " Oh what a blessed thing it is to loso one's will! Since I have lost my will, I have found happiness. There can ho no such thing as disappointment to mo, for I have no desire but that God's will may be accomplished."...
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