For in many things we offend all. If any man offend not in word, the same is a perfect man, and able also to bridle the whole body.
The Second State of Prayer. Its Supernatural Character.
... But as what I write is to be seen by those who have the learning to discover whether
I make mistakes or not, I go on without anxiety; for I know I need have ...
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Furnished Completely unto Every Good Work
... You may feel as if you know not how or what to work aright. Fear not"all learning
begins with ignorance and mistakes. Be of good courage. ...
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... mistakes will be made. Probably there will. You never saw any boy learning
a trade who did not make a good many mistakes. If you do not ...
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Christian Morals. Part ii.
... Quotation mistakes, inadvertency, expedition, and human lapses, may make not only
moles but ... Though I have no great opinion of Machiavel's learning, yet I shall ...
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... than all the works of human art and learning; but they ... his dramas"the occasional
chronological, historical, and geographical mistakes notwithstanding, which ...
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Growth in Christliness of Life.
... are so conscious of our short-comings, and so keenly aware of our mistakes, that
it ... With all his learning and scholarship he is as humble as a child, and one ...
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Whether Justice and the Other virtues Cease to Exist in the Future ...
... in this life only, which we see to be full of troubles and mistakes; but not ... is a
blessed life; but that blessed souls are blessed only in learning and knowing ...
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The Writings of Clement.
... 8. These books abound also in much other learning. ... 109-111), the former of whom merely
copies from Eusebius, with some mistakes, while the latter copies from ...
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... to himself, personally, an immeasurably greater object than all human learning or
honor. ... hands, Church History became not a mere record of the mistakes of the ...
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Should Reply be Made?
... critics has entered the Protestant Church and many of our institutions of learning. ...
critics of to-day are better informed concerning the mistakes of Moses than ...
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