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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 Whole Works of the Late Reverend and Learned Mr. Thomas ..., Volume 10

Thomas Boston - 1851 - 720 pages
...the honour of God to be advanced thereby, but to please ourselves merely ; though (1 Cor. x. 31,) " whether we eat or drink, or whatsoever we do, we should do all to the glory of God." It is purely something in the creature itself, not any thing of God about it, that grounds the inclination...
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Selections from the Writings and Speeches of William Lloyd Garrison: With an ...

William Lloyd Garrison - 1852 - 416 pages
...avocations of life — but earnestly maintain, with Him who was ranked among the offscouring of all things, that, whether we eat or drink, or whatsoever we do, we should do all to the glory of God. This is the /head and front of my ' infidelity.' How far it is dishonorable to God, or hostile to the...
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The Army of the Great King: Short Sermons on Short Texts, Miscellaneous ...

John M. Orrock - 1855 - 224 pages
...of the body, so the religion of Jesus should be carried by us into every department of life ; for, whether we eat or drink, or whatsoever we do. we should do all to the glory of God. A man may eat an abundance of good food, but if he has not proper exercise of body and mind, his health...
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The Christian's pocket companion

Robert Butler - 1855
...become a snare before us; nor that which is for our welfare become a trap (Ps. Ixix. 22). Lord teach us, That whether we eat, or drink, or whatsoever we do, we may do all to thy glory (1 Cor. x. 31). OF LOVE TO THE PUBLIC ORDINANCES. Blessed is the man whom thou...
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Select Lectures: Comprising Some of the More Valuable Lectures Delivered ...

Young Men's Christian Association (England) - 1856 - 439 pages
...of music in the hands of Christians, amid the lights of Scripture, and directed by souls that feel that, whether we eat, or drink, or whatsoever we do, we should do all to the glory of God. My first demand of the Christian musician is, that he should be "born again," that the affections of...
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Select Lectures Comprising Some of the More Valuable Lectures Delivered ...

D. W. Clark - 1856
...of music in the hands of Christians, amid the lights of Scripture, and directed by souls that feel that, whether we eat, or drink, or whatsoever we do, we should do all to the glory of God. My first demand of the Christian musician is, that he should be " born again," that the affections...
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Musings of a pilgrim at Jacob's Well

Nāblus Jacob's Well - 1857
...life strews about our path ; and, on the other hand, while we sing, " Te Deum laudamus," we forget that, whether we eat or drink, or whatsoever we do, we should have a single eye to the glory of God. " Whatsoever ye do." Let us carry this thought with us, to the...
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Plain Sermons for Servants by the Rev. T.T. Castleman ... and by Other ...

Thomas Taylor Castleman - 1858 - 438 pages
...the meaning of it, and yet use no endeavours to make it effectual ? It is St. Paul's precept, that "whatsoever we do," we should "do all to the glory of God." And how can we glorify our Heavenly Father, more than by bringing up his poorer children, whom he hath...
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The Church-warder and domestic magazine, Volumes 12-14

1858
...hath given unto us, we shall, to say no worse, fall shamefully short of the apostle's rule, who tells us, " That whether we eat or drink, or whatsoever we do, we must do all to the glory of God." To whom, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, be ascribed, as is most due,...
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The Ancient Church: Its History, Doctrine, Worship, and Constitution Traced ...

William Dool Killen - 1859 - 656 pages
...for the present, not expedient; and on the same principle that, whether we eat, or drink, or whatever we do, we should do all to the glory of God, the Gentile converts were admonished to remove them from their tables, that no • " Since the eating of...
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