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" We have no mean proof of this in his endeavouring to "hide himself," among the trees of the garden, from the presence and eye of Him, whom, previously to his transgression, he knew to be " every where present ;" to whose eye the darkness and the light... "
The potters' common - Página 33
por Mary Martha Sherwood - 1860
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The Methodist Magazine, Volumen8

1825
...light and understanding, and even his moral feeling. We have no mean prooY of this in his endeavouring to "hide himself," among the trees of the garden, from the presence and eye of Him, whom, previously to his transgression, he knew to be " every where present ;" to whose...
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Sermons, Volumen1

Isaac Milner - 1820 - 447 páginas
...to turn again unto him, we are apt to hide ourselves from him : we imitate our first father, who hid himself among the trees of the garden from the presence of God. Never, therefore, let any one of us flatter himself that he possesses that which he does not possessj...
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The Wesleyan-Methodist Magazine

1824
...light and understanding, and even his moral feeling. We have no mean proof of this in his endeavouring to " hide himself," among the trees of the garden, from the presence and eye of Him, whom, previously to his transgression, he knew to be " every where present ; " to whose...
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The Methodist Review, Volumen8

1825
...light and understanding, and even his moral feeling. We have no mean proof of this in his endeavouring to "hide himself," among the trees of the garden, from the presence and eye of Him, whom, previously to his transgression, he knew to be " every where present ;" to whose...
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The True Christian's Faith and Experience Briefly Declared ...

William Shewen - 1830 - 136 páginas
...now it becomes his fear and terror. Now a night comes over him, and he runs in the darkness thereof to hide himself among the trees of the garden from the presence of God. This was the way and work of the first Adam in the beginning, and his children are found in the same...
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The Works of Mrs. Sherwood: Being the Only Uniform Edition Ever Published in ...

Mary Martha Sherwood - 1837
...depend upon it, which keeps man in the state of gross ignorance in which many in this Christian country remain until death. The first thing which Adam did,...only do not know him as he is, but will not know him. The unconverted man shuts his eyes against the light, and seeks darkness to cover him. It is in this...
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The Works of Mrs. Sherwood: Being the Only Uniform Edition Ever Published in ...

Mary Martha Sherwood - 1837
...depend upon it, which keeps man in the state of gross ignorance in which many in this Christian country remain until death. The first thing which Adam did,...only do not know him as he is, but will not know him. The unconverted man shuts his eyes against the light, and seeks darkness to cover him. It is in this...
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The Quarterly Christian Spectator

1829
...light and under ttanding, and even his moral feeling. We have no mean proof of this, in his endeavoring to hide himself among the trees of the garden, from the presence and eye of Him, whom, previously to this transgression, he knew to be every where present ; to whose...
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