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" Paul teaches us that whether we eat or drink, or whatsoever we do, we should do all to the glory of God. "
American Annals of Education - Page 465
1838
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The New-Church preacher, sermons by the ministers and preachers of the New ...

New Church preacher - 1839
...Christian, because all natural employments ought to subserve spiritual ends, "Whether we eat, or whether we drink, or whatsoever we do, we should do all to the glory of God," and we may, therefore, pray that his divine blessing may accompany both our pleasures and our labours....
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The Young Husband, Or, Duties of Man in the Marriage Relation

William Andrus Alcott - 1840 - 388 pages
...preparation of the columns of a newspaper. They will admit, no doubt, the general truth of the proposition that, whether we eat or drink, or WHATSOEVER WE DO, we should do all to the glory of God; but they overlook it in practice. They remember that the eye of God is upon them in the church, at...
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Clement Walton: Or, The English Citizen

William Gresley - 1840 - 202 pages
...lecture. My feeling is, that, whatsoever we undertake, ought to be undertaken on right principles : " Whether we eat or drink, or whatsoever we do, we should do all to the glory of God." It is impossible to take a true and just view of any subject, especially such an one as that before...
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Address to a Medical Student

William Alexander Greenhill - 1843 - 172 pages
...into the worldd !" d St. John m-iii. 37. Prayer. ALMIGHTY God, Who by Thy holy Apostle e hast taught us that, whether we eat, or drink, or whatsoever we do, we should do all to Thy glory ; and Who hast provided manifold ways in which Thy children may serve Thee : Send to me Thy...
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The British Annals of Education for ...: Being The Scholastic ..., Volumes 1-2

1844
...a sphere of observation far different from my own ; and who have ranged it with far different eyes. Paul teaches us that whether we eat or drink, or whatsoever...regarded as great or small, was done conscientiously. lie seemed always to act upon the principle that what was worth doing, was worth doing well. And in...
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The arguments for predestination and necessity contrasted with the ...

Richard Hastings Graves - 1845
...recommend us to God, for that we are not the better or the worse for eating or for not eating ; but that " whether we eat or drink, or whatsoever we do, we should do all to the glory of God." In respect of these points then, as well as many others,1 the inspired Writers have left, as I have...
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Essays on some of the difficulties in the writings of st. Paul, and in other ...

Richard Whately (abp. of Dublin.) - 1845
...recommend us to God, for that we are not the better or the worse for eating or for not eating; but that " whether we eat or drink, or whatsoever we do, we should do all to the glory of God." In respect of these points then, as well as many others, 1 the inspired Writers have left, as I have...
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The Wesleyan methodist association magazine, Volume 8

1845
...symptoms he used to complain of, such as head-ache, pain in the stomach, bile, &c. &c. God's book tells us that " whether we eat or drink, or whatsoever we do, we should do all lo the glory of God : " now is there a smoker, a snuff taker, or alchoholic drinker, that can say,...
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Songs of the Wilderness: Being a Collection of Poems, Written in Some ...

George Jehoshaphat Mountain - 1846 - 153 pages
...how ordinary poetical feelings and conceptions may be bent to a compliance with the direction, that whatsoever we do, we should do all to the glory of God. With reference, however, to that opinion, generally, it is my own very decided conviction, that subjects...
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Thoughts on the Gospel of Jesus Christ. By a lay-member of the Church of ...

John Stow - 1846
...Heavenly Things, was Typified), David prepares a free-will ottering unto The LORD ; and, aware that ohn Stow praises him in the dance. With the Pure all things are pure, and attitudes and gestures, corresponding...
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