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" I thank Thee that I am not as other men are, or even as this publican... "
The Eclectic Review - Sivu 286
1832
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The Life of Faith: Or, a Treatise of the Holy and Happy Life of Sincere ...

Richard Baxter - 1764 - 176 sivua
...Need of you. Let not your Heart imagine, what the Pharifee proudly fpoke, ' God I thank thee, that I am not as * other Men are, or even as this Publican (a).' Appear not before God with fuch Pharifaical Conceit of theWorthinefs of yourfelves, or yourWorfhip,...

Sermons

George Lyon - 1794 - 412 sivua
...whofe attainments you regard as inferior to your own ? Is it the fecret language of your hearts, — I am not as other men are, or even as this publican ? In a word, are you fcvere in cenfuring the conduct of others ; while in the mean time, you allow...

Practical and Familiar Sermons Designed for Parochial and Domestic ..., Nide 2

Edward Cooper - 1818
...acts of devotion, he could not abstain from speaking of him with contempt ; " God, I thank thee that I am not as other men are, or even as this Publican." But God did not approve of these words. He did not despise the Publican. It is expressly said, *' This...

Christian Examiner, Nide 3

1826
...committees, the bond, and free, which have appeared like the aspirations of the selfrighteous, ' I thank God I am not as other men are, or even as this publican.' It is a matter of accident with many persons, that they are not in the society of prisoners. Besides,...

Twenty plain and practical sermons, delivered to a country congregation, by ...

Twenty plain and practical sermons - 1828 - 306 sivua
...and the Publican, who went up to the temple to pray. " God, I thank thee," said the Pharisee, " that I am not as other men " are ; or even as this Publican."* He thought it a sufficient testimony of his uprightness, that he could boldly compare his conduct with...

The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1832
...mistaken in practice ; to see that their errors and transgressions are used tenderly and compassionately, rather than bitterly, so that by the comparison, if...ungodliness. What, however, is unsanctified knowledge or unsanctined wisdom ? The most distinguished among men, either in the one or the other, stands like...

The Unitarian Advocate and Religious Miscellany, Niteet 5–6

1832
...feeling not very different, at least from that in which the Pharisee said, ' God, I thank thee that I am not as other men are, or even as this publican.' Is it not manifest that except by the assumption of an arbitrary hypothesis of religious influences,...

The Imperial magazine; or, Compendium of religious, moral, & philosophical ...

1833
...a prison's ward. It is pride which creates and nourishes the exultation, " God, I thank thee, that I am not as other men are, or even as this publican." It is pride which hardens the heart into uncharitableness, and which shuts the eye at those evidences,...

An Endeavour to Answer the Protest Made by William Morshead, Against the ...

Henry Raper Slade - 1833 - 15 sivua
...— " Give place, I am more honourable than thou ; stand off", I am holier than thou." " Thank God, I am not as other men are, or even as this publican." It is a question with me whether the laying himself open to such conjectures is not more amazing and...

The Whole Works of the Rev. Ebenezer Erskine, Minister of the Gospel ..., Nide 1

Ebenezer Erskine, Donald Fraser - 1836
...say, " Stand by, for I am holier than thou ; " or, with the proud Pharisee, "God, 1 thank thec, that I am not as other men are, or even as this publican." No, he rather sinks in his own esteem, when he looks on others, as Agur did, Prov. xxx. 2. 3. It has...




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