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" ... exercises, and ceased not to give thanks to God with uplifted hands. I declare with truth, that I have never seen with my eyes, nor heard with my ears, any man so earnest in giving thanks to the living God. " O truly happy man ! He chanted the sentence... "
The Complete Works of Venerable Bede: Life, poems, letters, etc - Page lxxx
by Saint Bede (the Venerable) - 1843
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The baptist Magazine

1877
...truly happy man ! He chanted the sentence of St. Paul the Apostle, " It is a dreadful thing to fall into the hands of the living God," and much more out...our poetry, he said some things also in our tongue concerning the departure of the soul. He also sang antiphons according to our custom and his own, one...
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Sketches of Durham: Being an Attempt to Indicate to the Stranger Some of the ...

George Ornsby - 1846 - 226 pages
...thanks to Almighty God every day and night, nay, every hour, till the day of our Lord's Ascension, and daily read lessons to us his disciples, and whatever...think of our last hour, and to shake off the sleep * SURTEBS, TOl. II. p. 89of the soul. He also sang Antiphons according to our custom and his own, one...
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The Venerable Bede's Ecclesiastical History of England. Also the Anglo-Saxon ...

Saint Bede (the Venerable) - 1849 - 515 pages
...day of our Lord's ascension, that is, the seventh before the kalends of June [twenty-sixth of May], and daily read lessons .to us his disciples, and whatever...for he said, putting the same into English, ' For thain neod-fere Nenig wyrthcth Thanccs snottra Thonne him thcarf sj To gehiggene Jf.r his heonen-gange...
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Lives of eminent Anglo-Saxons, illustrating the dawn of Christianity ..., Part 1

Anglo-Saxons - 1850
...with my eyes, nor heard with my ears, any man so earnest in giving thanks to the living God. " Oh, truly happy man ! He chanted the sentence of St. Paul...shake off the sleep of the soul ; and being learned in onr poetry, he said some things also in our tongue, putting hig thoughts into English verse thus, '...
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The Evening of Life: Or, Meditations and Devotions for the Aged

William Edward Heygate - 1856
...so earnest in giving thanks to the living GOD. " O truly happy man ! He chanted the sentence of S. Paul the Apostle, ' It is dreadful to fall into the...last hour, and to shake off the sleep of the soul He also sang antiphons, according to our custom and his own, one of which is, ' O glorious King ! LORD...
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Cheering words, Volume 9

1859
...dreadful to fall into the hands of the living God,' and much more out of Holy Writ ; ONE HAMTENNY. wherein also he admonished us to think of our last hour and to shake off the sleep of the soul. He also sang, ' O glorious King, Lord all power, who, triumphing this day, didst asoend above all the...
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The Early Dawn: Or, Sketches of Christian Life in England in the Olden Time

Elizabeth Rundle Charles, Henry Boynton Smith - 1864 - 397 pages
...truly happy man ! He chanted the sentence of St. Paul the apostle, " It is a dreadful thing to fall into the hands of the living God," and much more out...our poetry, he said some things also in our tongue concerning the departure of the soul. He also sang antiphons according to our custom and his own, one...
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Sketches of Christian life in England in the olden time, by the author of ...

Elizabeth Charles - 1864
...truly happy man ! He chanted the sentence of St. Paul the apostle, " It is a dreadful thing to fall into the hands of the living God," and much more out...our poetry he said some things also in our tongue concerning the departure of the soul. He also sang antiphons according to our custom and his own, one...
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The Early Dawn: Or, Sketches of Christian Life in England in the Olden Time

Elizabeth Rundle Charles - 1864 - 429 pages
...the apostle, " It is a dreadful thing to fall into the hands of the living God," and much more out ot Holy Writ ; wherein also he admonished us to think...our poetry, he said some things also in our tongue concerning the departure of the soul. He also sang antiphons according to our custom and hia own, one...
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English Writers. V.1, Pts. 1-2; 2, Pt.1, Volume 1, Issue 1

Henry Morley - 1867
...Anglo-Saxon as a fit part of the education of an English gentleman. 1 Will, of Malmesbury, lib. ic 2. " 0 truly happy man ! He chanted the sentence of St. Paul...for he said, putting the same into English, ' For tham neod-fere Nenig wyrtheth Thances snottra Thonne him thearf sy To gehiggene Mr his heonen-gange...
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