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" You are they for whom, more immediately, I composed this work ; you are they to whom I was (whiles I was yours) engaged in nearest bonds * * * If you had not been, I had not stayed my ministry so long in Preston ; many and many a time I have been on the... "
Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of ... - Page 166
1879
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Pia desideria: or, Divine addresses, in three books. Illustrated with XLVII ...

Herman Hugo - Christian life - 1702 - 238 pages
...beautiful than He, from whom all Beauty that delights thee is derived. XIII. 0 that ( 222 ) ( 22J ) XIII. 0 that I had the wings of a. Dove ! for then I would fly *way, and be at reft, Pfal. lv. 6. THO' Great Creator ! I receive from Thee AH that I am, and all...
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Emblems divine and moral: together with hieroglyphics of the life of man

Francis Quarles, Charles Edward De Coetlogon, Christopher Harvey - Emblems - 1777 - 281 pages
...her own; Thy flefhjs high : foul, take this curtain down. V '.. Pfalm. 5 5 6. XIII. PSALM Iv. 6. 0 that I had the wings of a dove, for then I would fy away and lie at rejl, I. AND am I fworn a diinghill-flave for ever To earth's bafe.drudg'ry ? Shall...
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The works of ... John Fletcher, Volume 5

John William Fletcher - 1826
...he went out and wept bitterly :' And shall not the timely flight of more than one fowl make you pray with David ?, ' Oh that I had the wings of a dove ! for then would I fly away and be at rest ?' With the wings of prayer and faith I would fly to him, who says,...
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My aspirations

George Matheson - Religion - 1833 - 120 pages
...goods laid up for many days ; soul, take thine ease ; eat, drink, and be merry." Aspiration says, " Oh ! that I had the wings of a dove, for then I would fly away and be at rest." Pride watches over her conquered treasures. Aspiration traverses sea and...
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The whole works of ... John Fletcher

John William Fletcher - 1835
...he went out and wept bitterly : and shall not the timely flight of more than one fowl, make you pray with David, Oh that I had the wings of a dove ! for then would I flee away and be at rest. Witli the wings of prajer and faith I would flee to him, who says,...
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The Scottish Christian herald, Volume 3

Church history - 1838
...deliverance, possessed by the dove, we will readily understand the exclamation of David, (Pa. Iv. 6.) " Oh that I had the wings of a dove ! for then I would flee away, and be at rest." The wish was natural to one in hourly danger of his life from the implacable...
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The Gospel in Burmah: The Story of Its Introduction and Marvelous Progress ...

Mrs. Macleod Wylie - Missions - 1860 - 332 pages
...dying, than coming back to life again." When her aching frame was turned in bed, she would often say, " Oh ! that I had the wings of a dove ; for then I would flee away and be at rest." Conversing during one of her last days, on the great work to be done for the...
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The Maiden Widow: A Sequel to "The Family Doom."

Emma Dorothy Eliza Nevitte Southworth - American fiction - 1870 - 313 pages
...at homoj and wake up to find m3'self still in exile. And in the language of Scripture, I exclaim, ' Oh ! that I had the wings of a dove, for then I would flee away and be at rest,' — with you my own Berenice ! But be sure that I will hurry home as soon the...
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The treasury of David: containing an original exposition of the ..., Volume 1

1870
...cannot say that he doth compare himself to a dove, but he would compare himself (Psalm Iv. 6), " O that I had the wings of a dove, for then I would flee away, and be at rest." Some will say, How is it possible that birds of so different a feather should...
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The History of the Parish of Garstang in the County of Lancaster, Volume 105

Henry Fishwick - Garstang (England) - 1879
...been, I had not stayed my ministry so long in Preston ; many and many a time I have been on the wingf yea, sometimes the opposition has been so strong,...signature of Ambrose was attached to the " Harmonious *i Media, first printed in 1650, but written ante 1649. It was probably on this occasion he paid a...
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