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|What then will be the standard by which He will try us and our actions 1 By what |
shall we be " weighed " in the balance of ... Let us look thus at our good works,
our alms deeds, our good dispositions, the best and choicest that we have to
|And as the powers of our souls.and the words of our mouths, so the actions of our |
lives, should be examined — our ... Let us search and try our ways. ... Presuming
that you made these vows, allow me to ask you if you have fulfilled them ?
|O Lord, let us consider our ways before it be too late to redeem the time we have |
lost; the little day of life soon wears away, ... and appear at the judgment-seat of
Christ, to give an account of our actions, and to be tried by the laws of his Gospel.
|And when we all come to appear before his righteous tribunal to have our actions |
and our motives tried — " should he mark iniquity — who could stand ?" Let us
therefore say with Job, " though I were righte- " ous yet would I not answer him, ...
|IL Having considered the manner in which, let us observe THE PURPOSES FOH |
WHICH WE ARE TO COME TO THE ... And when we all come to appear before
his righteous tribunal, to have our actions and our motives tried — " should he ...
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|And they would want us to run like headless cowards, mindless of our actions |
and without a plan but fainter than survival. ... HOMLUN: Then let us be on our
way—Oh! Let me just try to retrieve that piece of spectacle that's fallen from aloft a
|Thus also if you would understand the state of your souls, you must diligently and |
especially mark what passes at council board ... and into which our actions may
be resolved, what most base and filthy ends rule us, and what petty, slight, foolish
motives we have, ... “Let us search and try our ways, and turn again to the Lord.
|To make some reflections upon it The truth before us may be made exceedingly |
profitable to our souls — Among the many reflections ... does not feel his need of
the publican's spirit V — Let every one know that his works will ere long " be tried
by fire"i — Then will our ... him * — Let us remember the woe denounced by the
prophet * — Let us seek mercy not only for our actions, but our thoughtsc — Let ...
|It will give us the highest pleasure to be able to tell you, that the Vizier h s made |
good his pecuniary engagements to the Company before he received our last
requisition. ... These are our principles, Gentlemen ; let our actions be tried by