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|ren in the missionary direction, he will ever be remembered with tender and |
profound esteem, as a "man of God," "a brother beloved," and a fearless, yet wise
and temperate, advocate ... The lines were repeated, 11 In every pang that rends
the heart, The Man of sorrows had a part. ... He said, "I have not honored God as I
ought to have done; and now he is forsaking me, I cannot enjoy any repose of
|In every pang that rends the heart, The Man of Sorrows has a part; Though now |
exalted up on high, He tends on earth a brother's eye; He sympathizes with our
grief, And to the sufferer sends relief. No longer the Man or Sorrows, ruling ...
|Others endure the n Miction of poverty : with all their economy and industry they |
find it difficult to provide things honest in ... have retreated from the battle — " In
every pang that rends the heart, The man of sorrows had a part ; With boldness, ...
|All sympathy with the Man of Sorrows is not forbidden, but no one can truly |
sympathize with Him who still retains any liking for ... In every pang that rends the
heart The Man of Sorrows has a part ; Touched with the feeling of our grief, He to
|Had it read, “A God of Sorrows,” perhaps it would not have carried the same |
appeal. ... And it takes a God to understand the sorrows of men. ... In every pang
that rends the heart The Man of Sorrows had a part.10 And none will ever be able
|when we have fallen prostrate under a deep sense of the glory of God. ... urge me |
onward when otherwise I should have retreated from the battle — “In every pang
that rends the heart, The man of sorrows had a part; With boldness, therefore, ...
|There has never been sorrow like His sorrow. He spoke of His soul as being |
troubled and “exceedingly sorrowful” (Matthew 26:38). But the last scene of His ...
In every pang that rends the heart The Man of Sorrows had a part. His sorrows
|In every pang that rends the heart the Man of Sorrows had a part. ... But what if in |
and through that human heart of Jesus the very holiness of the Supreme touched,
as it could not otherwise have touched, the foul and loathsome thing, and at ...
|“it has survived the hatred of men, the fires of spurious priesthood, the sueers of |
infidels, and the carnal wisdom of modern critics” (Scripture ... Every utterance of
God is true. ... "In every pang that rends the heart, the Man of Sorrows has a part.
|“In every pang that rends the heart The man of sorrows had a part.” Disease, |
sickness of body, ... If you have a trouble or a difficulty, you may see there the
mark of his hands, for he has climbed that way before. The whole path of sorrow
has his ...
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