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" God made Sun and Moon to distinguish seasons, and day, and night, and we cannot have the fruits of the earth but in their seasons : But God hath made no decree to distinguish the seasons of his mercies ; In paradise, the fruits were ripe, the first minute,... "
The Modern Language Review - Page 20
1912
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The Works of John Donne: With a Memoir of His Life, Volume 1

John Donne - 1839 - 660 pages
...book of life, I should sooner be afraid that it were not so, than find a reason why it should be so. God made sun and moon to distinguish, seasons, and...always autumn, his mercies are ever in their maturity. We ask our daily bread, and God never says you should have come yesterday, he never says you must again...
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The Works of John Donne: With a Memoir of His Life, Volume 1

John Donne - 1839 - 648 pages
...book of life, I should sooner be afraid that it were not so, than find a reason why it should be so. God made sun and moon to distinguish seasons, and...fruits were ripe the first minute, and in heaven it ia always autumn, his mercies are ever in their maturity. We ask our daily bread, and God never says...
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The Works of John Donne: With a Memoir of His Life, Volume 1

John Donne - 1839 - 632 pages
...of life, I should sooner be afraid that it were * not so, than find a reason why it should be so./ God made sun and moon to distinguish seasons, and...decree to distinguish the seasons of his mercies; c in Paradise, the fruits were ripe the first minute, and in heaven it is always autumn, his mercies...
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The Christian miscellany, and family visiter

1869 - 396 pages
...evermore. Ever so prays Your affectionate friend and brother, A. MATHEII. "NOW IS THE ACCEPTED TIME." GOD made sun and moon to distinguish seasons, and...autumn, — His mercies are ever in their maturity. We ask panem quotidiatntm, our "dailybread," and God never says you should have come yesterday. He...
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English Prose: Selections, Volume 2

Sir Henry Craik - 1894 - 636 pages
...book of life, I should sooner be afraid that it were not so, than find a reason why it should be so. God made sun and moon to distinguish seasons, and...always autumn, His mercies are ever in their maturity. We ask our daily bread, and God never says you should have come yesterday. He never says you must again...
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English Prose: Selections : with Critical Introductions by Various ..., Volume 2

Sir Henry Craik - 1894 - 624 pages
...book of life, I should sooner be afraid that it were not so, than find a reason why it should be so. God made sun and moon to distinguish seasons, and...always autumn, His mercies are ever in their maturity. We ask our daily bread, and God never says you should have come yesterday. He never says you must again...
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English Literature During the Lifetime of Shakespeare

Felix Emmanuel Schelling - 1910 - 528 pages
...book of life, I should sooner be afraid that it were not so, than find a reason why it should be so. God made sun and moon to distinguish seasons, and...always autumn, his mercies are ever in their maturity. We ask our daily bread, and God never says you should have come yesterday. He never says you must come...
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English Prose: From the sixteenth century to the restoration

Sir Henry Craik - 1913 - 624 pages
...book of life, I should sooner be afraid that it were not so, than find a reason why it should be so. God made sun and moon to distinguish seasons, and...always autumn, His mercies are ever in their maturity. We ask our daily bread, and God never says you should have come yesterday. He never says you must again...
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Donne's Sermons: Selected Passages

John Donne, Logan Pearsall Smith - 1919 - 342 pages
...book of Life, I should sooner be afraid that it were not so, then finde a reason why it should be so. God made Sun and Moon to distinguish seasons, and...fruits were ripe, the first minute, and in heaven it is alwaies Autumne, his mercies are ever in their maturity. We ask panern quotidianum, our daily bread,...
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A Treasury of English Prose

Logan Pearsall Smith - 1920 - 264 pages
...themselves more grievous than the darkness. The Wisdom of Solomon, xvii. JOHN DONNE 1573-1631 GOD'S BOUNTY GOD made Sun and Moon to distinguish seasons, and...in Heaven it is always Autumn, His mercies are ever at their maturity. We ask panem quotidianum, our daily bread, and God never says, You should have come...
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