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" God of heaven; wherefore, while I stood there, and hanging down my head, I wished with all my heart that I might be a little child again, that my father might learn me to speak without this wicked way of swearing... "
Lectures on the Pilgrim's Progress, and on the Life and Times of John Bunyan - Halaman 21
oleh George Barrell Cheever - 1844 - 514 halaman
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A Library of Famous Fiction: Embracing the Nine Standard Masterpieces of ...

1873 - 1065 halaman
...able to spoil all the youth in the town if they came into my company. At this reproof I was silenced. I wished with all my heart that I might be a little...learn me to speak without this wicked way of swearing. And from this time forward I left my swearing ; and whereas before I knew not how to speak unless I...
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The Complete Works

John Bunyan - 1873 - 1015 halaman
...as 1 thought, before the God of heaven ; wherefore, while I stood there, and hanging down my head, I wished with all my heart that I might be a little child again, that my father might teach me to speak without this wicked way of swearing ; for, thought I, I am so accustomed to it, that...
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Histoire de la littérature anglaise, Volume 2

Hippolyte Taine - 1873
...thought, before thé God of heaven; wherefore, while I stood there, hangirig down my head, I wished that I might be a little child again, that my father might learn me to speak withom this wicked way of swearing; for, thought I, I am so accustomed to it, that it is in vain to...
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The Dublin University Magazine: A Literary and Political Journal, Volume 37

1851
...telling him that his conduct was such as to corrupt the whole town. He stood admonished and abashed. " I wished with all my heart that I might be a little...me to speak without this wicked way of swearing." Till now he felt that to swear was to give authority to his words, but this rebuke from an abandoned...
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History of English Literature, Volume 2

Hippolyte Taine - 1877
...wherefore, while I stood there, hanging down my head, I wished that I might be a little child again, and that my father might learn me to speak without this wicked way of swearing; for, thought I, I am so accustomed to it, that it is in vain to think of a reformation, for that could...
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Wycliffe to Wesley; heroes and martyrs of the Church in Britain [by G.J ...

Gregory J. Robinson - 1879
...to secret shame before the God of heaven ; wherefore, while I stood there, and hanging down my head, I wished with all my heart that I might be a little...learn me to speak without this wicked way of swearing ; for, thought I, I am so accustomed to it that it is vain for me to think of a reformation.' But to...
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The fatherhood of God

Robert Mitchell (pastor at Manchester.) - 1879 - 183 halaman
...angel-infancy;" a great desire takes possession of the soul, akin to that of Bunyan's when he says, " I wished with all my heart that I might be a little child again." To have grieved, offended, and angered such a Father, is the darkest shadow that rests upon the soul's...
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The pilgrim's progress. With a life of the author and bibligr. notes by R ...

John Bunyan - 1881
...thought, ' before the God of Heaven ;' wherefore he says, ' while I stood there, and hanging down my head, I wished with all my heart that I might be a little...learn me to speak without this wicked way of swearing : for, thought I, I am so accustomed to it, that it is in vain for me to think of a reformation.' From...
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Gladness of heart

Gladness - 1881
...too, as I thought, before the God of heaven. Wherefore, while I stood there and hanging down my head, I wished with all my heart that I might be a little...learn me to speak without this wicked way of swearing. For, thought I, I am so accustomed to it that it is vain for me to think of reformation ; for I thought...
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Churchman, Volume 7

1883
...standing by the shop-window, ne hung his head in silence and in shame. " While I stood there," he says, " I wished with all my heart that I might be a little...me to speak without this wicked way of swearing." From that moment he left off this sinful habit, and one by one he relinquished the other sins which...
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