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" It is a sorry amends, that death allows us to give utterance to that admiration, which, so long as its object was living, delicacy commanded us to suppress. A better consolation lies in the thought, that, blessed as it is to have friends on earth, it... "
Kingsconnell - Halaman 401
oleh mrs. Gordon - 1850
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Kingsconnell, Volume 3

mrs. Gordon - 1850
...they have aided them,—the glorified Church and its Eternal Head in Heaven!" "Thanks be to God 1" mentally echoed Beatrice, as laying down this letter,...many there ! whilst ' I am here, Living again o'er all my life's farewells.' " Her memory called them all in review. Her gentle mother, with that sweet...
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My Father's Knell: Poems, in Memory of S. G., who was Drowned Near ...

Helen Augusta Griggs - 1856 - 168 halaman
...And the clear waves, with kindred waters blended, Arise, in loftier play, IX. FRIENDS IN HEAVEN. " Blessed as it is to have friends on earth, it is still more blessed to have friends in Heaven." GUESSES AT TRUTH. Is it a pleasant thing to listen When infants laugh, — to see How guileless are...
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Guesses at Truth

Julius Charles Hare, Augustus William Hare - 1867 - 576 halaman
...object was living, delicacy commanded us to suppress. A better consolation lies in the thought, that, blessed as it is to have friends on earth, it is still more blessed to have friends in heaven. But in truth through the whole of this work I have been holding converse with him who was once the...
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Company of Heaven: Daily Links with the Household of God ...

S. J. Crossley - 1901 - 457 halaman
...me, and lovedst them.— S. JOHN xvii. 22, 23. A BETTER consolation lies in the thought, that, -^*- blessed as it is to have friends on earth, it is still more blessed to have friends in heaven. But in truth, through the whole of this work I have been holding converse with him who was once the...
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Leverett Bradley: A Soldier-boy's Letters, 1862-1865; a Man's Work in the ...

Leverett Bradley - 1905 - 91 halaman
...object was living, delicacy commanded us to suppress. A better consolation lies in the thought that, blessed as it is to have friends on earth, it is still more blessed to have friends in heaven.'" "So many worlds, so much to do, So little done, such things to be, How know I what had need of thee,...
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Leverett Bradley: A Soldier-boy's Letters, 1862-1865; a Man's Work in the ...

Leverett Bradley - 1905 - 91 halaman
...object was living, delicacy commanded us to suppress. A better consolation lies in the thought that, blessed as it is to have friends on earth, it is still more blessed to have friends in heaven.'" "So many worlds, so much to do, So little done, such things to be, How know I what had need of thee,...
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Heaven, Hell, and the Victorians

Michael Wheeler - 1994 - 279 halaman
...32, 181-2. 77 Julius Hare held that consolation for the loss of friends 'lies in the thought, that, blessed as it is to have friends on earth, it is still more blessed to have friends in heaven': [Julius and Augustus Hare], Guesses at Truth (1867), p. 175. The young Thomas Carlyle wrote in a letter...
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