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" Himself, in which is the creature's only true happiness. Now the work of our natural selfishness is the exact opposite of all this. It begins by leading us to find our gratification in those pleasures which relate especially to ourselves. Thus it clogs... "
A Sermon Preached at St. Aldate's Church, Oxford, on Behalf of a Proposed ... - Página 4
por Samuel Wilberforce - 1847 - 15 páginas
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Hints on the Culture of Character

1855 - 319 páginas
...shall, by his good guidance, be led on to that love of himself, in which is the creature's only tree happiness. Now the work of our natural selfishness...the acts prompted by them are done merely as being pleasurable, not as being right, but yet which are intended to help us in the first labour of doing...
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Character and culture, by the bishop of Durham [and others] with passages ...

Character - 1878
...good guidance, be led on to that love of himself, in which is the creature's only true happiness. 0 Now the work of our natural selfishness is the exact...the acts prompted by them are done merely as being pleasurable, not as being right, but yet which are intended to help us in the first labour of doing...
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