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|Therefore ro keep the Lord's Day is a kind of Sacrifice j But to be reconcil'd to my |
Brother is a Point of Mercy. ... No Man Can be said to keep the Law of God, bat he
that keeps it according to the Mind of God. ... No Man is hurt but by himself.
Rev. James Wood - 1893 - 658 pages
|No man is esteemed for gay garments but by fools and women. Sir \V. Raleigh. |
No man is ever good for much who has not been carried off his feet by
enthusiasm between twenty and thirty. Froude. No man is ever hurt but by himself
. Diogenes ...
Philip Schaff - 2007 - 588 pages
|For where is the harm of believing that such an one's father or grandfather was a |
good man, when he was not? or that he ... But to the persons who tell these lies,
they do much harm: to the former sort, because they so desert troth as to rejoice
in ... Whether therefore he does not hurt himself in so profiting another, or in that
compensation not hurt himself in which he profiteth the other, is a great question.
|There are no fewer movements in the intellectual or reasonable appetite which is |
called the will, than there are in the ... by present evil, whereas no evil can befal a
wise man, since no man is hurt but by himself, according to their maxim.
|Death is common to every age. Miserable men use to envy happy men. Do not |
follow the errors of the common people. Nothing is more effectual than plain truth.
Nature is satisfied with a little. No man is hurt but by himself. Too much mildness
|Do not follow the Er- Ne vulgi rors of the common rorss. • People. Nothing is more |
eflfectu al than plain truth. Nature's Necessity isj satisfied with a little. No Man is
hurt but from] himself. Too much Mildness not allowed of. sequans er« Nihil ...
|Thus then when a man does not injure himself, he cannot possibly be hurt by |
another: for I will not cease harping ... foreign land, but the enemy's assault
became to them rather the occasion of greater confidence: what shall be able to
harm the ...
|And put no difference between us :21 :10. no man shall set on thee to hurt :27 :24 |
:22. ... unclean of l4.thnt I baptized none of youI but 8- Which none of the princes
of ll.the things of God knoweth no man, 15. he himself is judged of no man.
|Thither likewise came Conflantius one of hie most beloved Presbyters, besides |
several Bishops and Priests that went ... to Olympian upon this Subject, That no
Man is hurt but by himself, wherein he proves from many Examples in Scripture, ...