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" ... all but superiority of virtue, will shortly cease; and that it is expressly declared, on the highest authority, that to whom much has been given, of him, much will be required; a declaration, which, if duly impressed, might afford comfort to the dunce,... "
Winter Evenings: Or Lucubrations on Life and Letters - Strana 245
autor/autoři: Vicesimus Knox - 1823
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Sermons, Svazek 2

Joseph Stevens Buckminster - 1829
...for thy goodness is as the morning cloud and the evening dew, which soon passeth away. To another, To whom much has been given, of him much will be required. Wherefore, beloved, seeing that ye look for such things, what manner of persons ought ye to be in all...
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The British Essayists: With Prefaces, Biographical, Historical ..., Svazek 39

1823
...inferiority to their fellow-creatures, that all distinctions, whether civil, natural, mental, or corporeal, all but superiority of virtue, will shortly cease;...authority, that TO WHOM MUCH HAS BEEN GIVEN, OF HIM 248 ' WINTER EVENINGS: 85, EVENING LXXXV. > On mcral Phlebotomy, a Mode of Discipline among the Romans....
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The Works of Vicesimus Knox, D.D.: With a Biographical Preface, Svazek 3

Vicesimus Knox - 1824
...inferiority to their fellow-creatures, that all distinctions, whether civil, natural, mental, or corporeal, all but superiority of virtue, will shortly cease;...the dunce, and cause the genius to tremble. EVENING XXII. ,ON MORAL PHLEBOTOMY, A MODE OF DISCIPLINE AMONG THE ROMANS. SIR, — IT was a part of the ancient...
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The Quarterly Christian Spectator, Svazek 8

1826
...the divine administrations, and which will be acted upon in the day of final reckoning. In that day, to whom much has been given, of him much will be required. The pagan will be judged according to that knowledge of his duty which he enjoyed, or rather might...
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The Works of Joseph Stevens Buckminster: With Memoirs of His Life, Svazek 2

Joseph Stevens Buckminster - 1839
...for thy goodness is as the morning cloud and the evening dew, which soon passeth away. To another, To whom much has been given, of him much will be required. " Wherefore, beloved, seeing that ye look for such things, — what manner of persons ought ye to be...
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Exposition of the Gospel according to st Luke, in a ser. of lects, Svazek 2

James Thomson - 1850
...are the gifts of God, and that we are responsible to him for the use to which we apply them. " For to whom much has been given, of him much will be required." * On the other hand, " to whom little is given, of him little will be required." From the assurance...
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History of Greek Literature

Sir Thomas Noon Talfourd, Charles James Blomfield - 1851 - 396 str.
...brave, of former days, and if it finds in this contrast matter of self-gratulation, let it also remember that " to whom much has been given, of him much will be required." The birth of Thucydides preceded by thirteen years the birth of Lysias (Fasti Hellenic!). LYSIAS. B....
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The Universalist Quarterly and General Review, Svazek 13

1856
...fortune as an end, but as a means. His benevolent life was a commentary on the divine requirement, " to whom much has been given of him much will be required." The parent will consult the welfare of his family, by placing within reach, the Diary and Correspondence...
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THE HISTORY OF THE HOLY BIBLE

REV. JOSEPH REEVE - 1862
...to stifle the graces, and to bury the gifts of God ; we must absolutely improv^ them, to be saved. To whom much has been given, of him much will be required. The Last Judgment.— MATT. xxv. [AD34.] OUR blessed Saviour finished his discourse to the people,...
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Infant Salvation According to the Bible

Lewis M. Ayer - 1879 - 259 str.
...every power and faculty of each one, whatever they may be, into the unity of the one Saving Spirit. "To whom much has been given, of him much will be required." God demands his usury on every talent intrusted to man' s stewardship, whether it be one, or whether...
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