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" Let him that stole steal no more ; but rather let him labour, working with his hands the thing which is good, that he may have to give to him that needeth. "
An exposition on the Book of common prayer; with notes. [With] A companion ... - Page 107
1765
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Knowledge & Practice: Or, a Plain Discourse of the Chief Things Necessary to ...

Samuel Cradock - 1659 - 650 pages
...may knew how ye ought t в M fiver ever y ma». Eph.4.2?. Let no corrupt communication proceed eut tf your mouth, but that which is good to the ufe of edifying, that it may minißer Grâce unto the hearfrs. ЕрЬ.У'3» Sut fornication, *nd aS uneleanneff'e, tr covetoufneß,...
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A Practical Discourse Upon the Blessed Sacrament: Shewing the Duties of the ...

Edward Pelling - 1692 - 263 pages
...in your familiar difcourfe. Swear not at all, Matth. j. 34. Blefs, but curfe not, Rom. n. i4. Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but...edifying, that it may minifter Grace unto the hearers, Ephef. 4. 19. And let your fpeech be alway with Grace, feafoned with fait, that ye may know how ye...
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Devotions in the Ancient Way of Offices: with psalms, hymns, and prayers ...

John AUSTIN (Roman Catholic Writer.) - 1706 - 612 pages
...down upon your Wrath. Neither give place to the Devil. Let him that Hole fteal no more j but rather let him labour, working with his Hands the thing which...to the ufe of Edifying, that it may minifter Grace to the Hearers. And grieve not the Holy Spirit of God, whereby you are fealed unto the Day of Redemption....
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Practical discourses on all the parts and offices of the liturgy of the ...

Matthew Hole - 1716
...labour for an honeft Livelihood, in the following words j Let him that ftole fteal no more, but rather let him labour, working with his Hands the thing, which is good, that he may have to give to him that needeth. Stealing was another Sin that was rife, and commonly praftis'd among the Gentiles-...
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The Christian institutes, or, The sincere word of God, a plain account of ...

Francis Gastrell (bp. of Chester) - 1717
...Eph, 4. I5. ' Strive not about Words, to no Profit, but to the fubverting or" the Hearers. b Let no corrupt Communication proceed out of your Mouth, but...to the^ ufe of edifying, that it may Minifter Grace to the Hearers. c Strengthen ye the weak Hands, and con(irm the feeble Knees. Speak a Word in feafon...
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A Practical Exposition of Our Saviour's Sermon on the Mount

James Gardiner - 1720 - 408 pages
...works of charity, according to that rule of St. Paul, * Let him that ftole fteal no more : but rather let him labour, working with his hands the thing -which is good, that he may have to give to him that needeth. Or, as it is exprefled upon another occafion, that "\ our abundance may be a fupply...
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A Practical Treatise Upon Christian Perfection

William Law - 1726 - 538 pages
...Communication, that we may not fancy it only implies finful and wicked Difcourfe, the Apoftle adds ; but that which is good to the Ufe of edifying, that it may minifter Grace unto the Hearers. So that it is a Converfation that does not edify and profit the Hearer, that the Apoftle condemns as...
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An Exposition of the Church-catechism

Samuel Clarke, John Clarke - 1729 - 344 pages
...by his Own Labour and Induftry. Induftry. 'Let him thatftole,fteal no more ; Eph.iv.i8. but rather let him labour, working with his hands the thing which is good, that he may have to give to Him that needeth. CHAR I IT alfo (as I before obfervcd,) being the Means by which Providence has appointed...
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A Practical Treatise Concerning Evil Thoughts: ... By William Chilcot, M.A.

William Chilcot - 1734 - 137 pages
...Converfation. And the fame Apoftle exhorts, Ephef. iv. ap. Let no corrupt Communication proceed cut of your Mouth, but that which is good to the ufe of...Edifying, that it may minifter Grace unto the Hearers. Religious Converfation, good Difeourfe, greatly enlivens the Soul, raifes the Thoughts, and animates...
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Sermons . Nineteen sermons on several subjects

John Sharp (abp. of York.) - 1734
...from fome Scruples which have been raifed from two or three particular Texts. EPHES. iv. 25?. Let 110 corrupt Communication proceed out of your Mouth, but...which is good, to the Ufe of Edifying ; that it may miuifter Grace to the Hearers. SER M. XIV. p. 344. JAMES i. 13. Let no Man jay, when he is tempted,...
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