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" ... it is for us to gain habits of virtue in this life, if we would enjoy the pleasures of the next. "
An essay on the origin of evil - Side 444
av William King - 1732 - 404 sider
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The Spectator, Volum 6

1729
...Nature, of being delighted with thofe Actions to which it is accuftomed, is to (hew how absolutely neceflary it is for us to gain Habits of Virtue in this Life, if we would enjoy the Pleasures of the next, The State of Blili we call Heaven will not be capable of affecting thofe Minds,...
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A Collection of Select Aphorisms and Maxims: With Several Historical ...

1748 - 322 sider
...mod delighted with thofe actions to which it is moft accuftomed. then how abfolutely neceflary is it for us to gain habits of virtue in this life, if we would enjoy the eternal pleafures of the next ! Heaven will not be capable of affecting thofe minds which, are not...
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The Spectator, Volum 6

1767
...property in human nature, of being delighted with thofe actions to which it is accuftomed, is to fhcw how abfolutely neceflary it is for us to gain habits...life, if we would enjoy the pleafures of the next. The ftate of blifs we call Heaven will not be capable of affefting thofe minds, which are not thus qualified...
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The Moral Miscellany: Or, a Collection of Select Pieces, in Prose and Verse ...

1773 - 376 sider
...of being delighted with thofe aftions to which it is accuftomed, is to mow how abfolutely nece/iar.y it is for us to gain habits, of virtue in. this life, if we would enjoy the pleafures of the next. The flate of blifs we call heaven will not be capable of affcfting thofe minds, which are not thus.qualified...
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The Spectator, Volum 6

1778
...nature, of being delighted with thrife actions to which it is accuftomed, is to ftiew how r.btolurely neceflary it is for us to gain habits of virtue in this lite, if we would enjoy the pleafures of the next. Tho Hate of blifs we call Heaven will not be capable...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volum 5

1786
...actions to which it is accuilomed, is to Ihew how abfolutely neceflary it is for us to gain habit» of virtue in this life, if we would enjoy the pleafures of the next. The (late of blifs we call Heaven will not be capable of nffeiting thofe minds, which are not thus qualifiai...
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Medical Abstracts: On the Nature of Health, with Practical Observations and ...

1797
...being delighted with thofe a&ions to which it is accuftomcd, is to {hew how abfo6 A a lutely hitely neceflary it is for us to gain habits of virtue in...life, if we would enjoy the pleafures of the next. The ftate of blifs we call heaven will not be capable of affecting thofe minds, which -are not thus qualified...
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The English Reader: Or, Pieces in Prose and Poetry Selected from the Best ...

Lindley Murray - 1799 - 356 sider
...being delighted with thofe actions to which it is accuftomed, is, to fliow how abfolutely necefsary it is for us to gain habits of virtue in this life, if we would enjoy the pleaTures of the next. The Hate of blifs, we call Heaven, will not be capable of affecting thofe minds...
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The New England Quarterly Magazine, Utgave 1

1802
...thofe a&ions to which it is Otjervattoiu on Haiti. IJt accuftomed, Is to mew how abfolutely ncceflary it is for us to gain habits of virtue in this life, if we would enjoy the pleafures of the next. The ftate of blifs we call heaven will not be capable of affecting thofe minds, which are not thus qualified...
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Select British Classics, Volum 16

1803
...of being delighted with those actions to which it is accustomed, is to shew how absolutely necessary it is for us to gain habits of virtue in this life, if we would enjoy the pleasures of the next. The state of bliss we call heaven will not be capable of affecting those minds,...
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