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" Helpers and friends of mankind. Servants of God! — or sons Shall I not call you? because Not as servants ye knew Your Father's innermost mind, His, who unwillingly sees One of his little ones lost Yours is the praise, if mankind Hath not as yet in its... "
Pacific Educational Journal - Page 30
1888
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New Poems

Matthew Arnold - 1867 - 208 pages
...all round me to-day Bluster or cringe, and make life Hideous, and arid, and vile ; But souls tempered with fire, Fervent, heroic, and good, Helpers and...ones lost, — Yours is the praise, if mankind Hath not as yet in its march Fainted, and fallen, and died ! See ! in the rocks of the world Marches the...
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Friends' Quarterly Examiner, Volume 14

1880
...come Bringing thy sheep in thy hand ; And through thee I believe In the noble and great who are gone ; Fervent, heroic, and good ; Helpers and friends of...little ones lost. Yours is the praise, if mankind Have not as yet in its march Fainted and fallen, and died ! Beacons of hope, ye appear ! Languor is...
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Saint Anselm

Richard William Church - 1870 - 303 pages
...of the bosom of simplicity All that her holy customs recommend. " WORDSWORTH, Excursion, b. vii. " Servants of God ! or sons Shall I not call you ? because...ones lost — Yours is the praise, if mankind Hath not as yet in its march Fainted, and fallen, and died ! * * # * Then in such hour of need Of your fainting,...
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Saintly workers, 5 lectures

Frederic William Farrar - 1878
...snow. " Languor was not in their hearts, nor weakness in their words, nor weariness on their brows." "Servants of God ! or sons Shall I not call you? because...who unwillingly sees One of His little ones lost." It would be quite impossible to call before you the multitudes of noble figures with white robes and...
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Saintly Workers: Five Lenten Lectures Delivered in St. Andrew's, Holborn ...

Frederic William Farrar - 1878 - 207 pages
...nor weakness in their words, nor weariness on their brows." " Servants of God ! or sons Shall I rot call you? because Not as servants ye knew Your Father's...who unwillingly sees One of His little ones lost." It would be quite impossible to call before you the multitudes of noble figures with white robes and...
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Saintly Workers: Five Lenten Lectures Delivered in St. Andrew's, Holborn ...

Frederic William Farrar - 1878 - 207 pages
...nor weakness in their words, nor weariness on their brows." " Servants of God ! or sons Shall I rot call you? because Not as servants ye knew Your Father's...mind — His who unwillingly sees One of His little rnes lost." It would be quite impossible to call before you the multitudes of noble figures with white...
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Quiet Hours: A Collection of Poems. Second Series ...

Mary Wilder Tileston - 1880 - 223 pages
...all round me to-day Bluster or cringe, and make life Hideous, and arid, and vile ; But souls temper'd with fire, Fervent, heroic, and good. Helpers and...ones lost — Yours is the praise, if mankind Hath not as yet in its march Fainted, and fallen, and died! See ! In the rocks of the world Marches the...
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Cuthberht of Lindisfarne: His Life and Times

Alfred Cooper Fryer - 1880 - 215 pages
...her torch, and quenched it in deep night." CHAPTER II. THE PREDECESSOR OF CUTHBERHT — AIDAN. ' ' Servants of God ! or sons Shall I not call you ? because...ones lost — Yours is the praise, if mankind Hath not as yet in its march Fainted, and fallen, and died ! " — M. ARNOLD. . BOUT a mile and a half distant...
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The New Hebrides and Christian Missions: With a Sketch of the Labour Traffic ...

Robert Steel - 1880 - 485 pages
...confess a Saviour's name.' — J. MONTGOMERY. CHAPTER XXII. THE SYNOD OF THE NEW HEBRIDES MISSION. ' Servants of God ! or sons Shall I not call you ? because...ones lost — Yours is the praise, if mankind Hath not as yet in its march Fainted, and fallen, and died ! ' Then in such hour of need Of your fainting,...
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Cuthberht of Lindisfarne: His Life and Times

Alfred Cooper Fryer - 1880 - 215 pages
...reversed her torch, and quenched it in deep night." CHAPTER II. THE PREDECESSOR OF CUTHBERHT — AIDAN. " Servants of God ! or sons Shall I not call you ? because...ones lost — Yours is the praise, if mankind Hath not as yet in its march Fainted, and fallen, and died ! " — M. ARNOLD. . BOUT a mile and a half distant...
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