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" With peaceful mind thy race of duty run : God nothing does, or suffers to be done, But what thou wouldst thyself, if thou couldst see Through all events of things as well as he. "
Extracts from the Diary and Letters of Mrs. Mary Cobb - Halaman 163
oleh Mary Blackburn Cobb - 1805 - 324 halaman
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Not lost, but gone before: voices of the departed, after the mode of Richter ...

Not - 1869
...last may have been more beautiful than you will hope to see again.39 " With patient mind thy course of duty run, God nothing does, nor suffers to be done, But thou wouldst do thyself, if thou couldst see The end of all He does as well as He." Weep not for her...
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The believer's daily remembrancer: or, Pastor's evening visit

James Smith - 1870 - 382 halaman
...or buffets us for ourfaults, endeavour to say, "Inou HAST DONE BIGHT.' With peaceful steps thy race of duty run, God nothing does, nor suffers to be done, But thou wouldst do thyself, couldgt thou but see The end of all events as well as he. My Godshallbemy...
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Friends Intelligencer, Volume 26

1870
...move honest Captain Gifford. Who would do thus now 1 — úr. Paper. " With patient heart, thy course of duty run, God nothing does, nor suffers to be done, But thou wouldst do thyself, if thou couldst only see The end of all He does as well as He." "Blessed are...
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Fors Clavigera: Letters to the Workmen and Labourers of Great Britain, Volume 8

John Ruskin - 1884
...for us, and you shall have them early in the new year (DV), and for it may I say — ' With patient mind, thy path of duty run : God nothing does, nor suffers to be done, But thou thyself wouldst do, if thou couldst see The end of all events as well as He.'" \ III. The surface...
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Gems of Odd Fellowship in Prose and Poetry

Edward P. Nowell - 1874 - 288 halaman
...good end." We shall regard them with the feelings expressed by the poet: "With patient mind thy course of duty run; God nothing does, nor suffers to be done, But thou wouldst do thyself, couldst thou but see The end of all events as well as He." We shall be patient...
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The best song, and other addresses

Henry Dening - 1876
...the earth : and none can stay His hand, or say unto Him, What doest Thou 1 '' (Dan. iv. 35). For " God nothing does, nor suffers to be done, But what thou would'st thyself, could thou but see Through all the events of things, as well as He." Also learn that man has to make...
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Monthly Packet, Volume 27

1879
...where they are to be found. The original lines differ from those quoted, and are as follows : — ' With peaceful mind thy path of duty run ; God nothing...suffers to be done But what thou wouldst thyself, couldst thou but see Through all events of things as well as He.' QUOTATIONS WANTED. ' Taillefer, who...
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May Coverley, the young dressmaker. By the author of 'Helen Maurice'.

May Coverley (fict.name.) - 1880
...future without fear to His care, I will close it in words taught me by my dear father long ago : " With peaceful mind thy path of duty run ; God nothing...suffers to be done, But what thou wouldst thyself, couldst thou but see Through all events of things as well as He." LONDON : KNIGHT, PRINTER, MIDDLE...
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A Cloud of Witnesses: Containing Selections from the Writings of Poets and ...

John Wesley Hanson - 1880 - 324 halaman
...Universalism imparts this optimistic spirit to the genuine believer : With patient heart thy course of duty run ; God nothing does, nor suffers to be done, But thou woulds't do thyself, if thou coulds't see The end of all he does as well as He. The compiler acknowledges...
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Our Woman Workers: Biographical Sketches of Women Eminent in the ...

E. R. Hanson - 1881 - 500 halaman
...she exhibits, and that sustains her, is embodied in the poet's lines : "With patient heart thy course of duty run. God nothing does, nor suffers to be done, But thou wouldst do thyself, if thou couldst see The end of all he does as well as he," ELIZABETH OAKES...
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