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" Who hath measured the waters in the hollow of his hand, and meted out heaven with the span, and comprehended the dust of the earth in a measure, and weighed the mountains in scales, and the hills in a balance? "
Institutes of Natural and Revealed Religion - Page 190
by Joseph Priestley - 1782
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Sermons on Practical Subjects: to which is Added, a Farewell ..., Volume 5

John WITHERSPOON (President of Princeton College.), William Shenstone - 1768 - 323 pages
...his glory. See, to this purpofe, the fortieth chapter of Ifaiah, from the 12 verfe and! downwards, ' Who hath meafured the waters in ' the hollow of his hand, and meted out hearea ' with the fpan, and comprehended the duft of the ' earth in a mcafure, and weighed the mountains...
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Discourses on various subjects, Volume 2

John Leland - 1769
...in Twaddling Bands. Chap . xxxviii. 8, 9. He is reprefented as having meted out Heaven with a Span, and comprehended the Duft of the Earth in a Meafure, and weighed the Mountains in Scales, and the Hills in a Balance. If. xl. 12. The Lord hath his Way in the Whirlwind, and in the...
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Discourses on various subjects, Volume 3

John Leland - 1769
...Inconvenience. God is reprefented in the beautiful Language of the Prophet, as having, when he made the World, 'comprehended the Duft of the Earth in a Meafure, and weighed the Mountains in Scales, and the HUh in a Balance. If. xl. 12. The Manner .of Expreffion (hews that in forming this...
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The Scripture-theory of the Earth: Throughout All Its Revolutions, and All ...

William Worthington - 1773 - 502 pages
...fit ; wiping it as a man wipeth a dlfh, and turning it upfde down*. The prophet afks the queftion, Who hath meafured the waters in the hollow of his hand? And meted out the heavens with a fpan, and comprehended the duJi of the earth in a meafure ; and weighed the mountains...
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Divine light displayed, or, A compendious discourse upon the being and ...

Edmund Ball - 1774
...God. Who hath mealured the Waters in the Hollow of'his Hand ? and meeted out the Heaven with a Span, and comprehended the Duft of the Earth in a meafure, and weighed the Mountains in Scales; and the Hills in a Balance ? And therefore it appears, that Creative Power, cannot but only...
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The Arminian Magazine: Consisting of Extracts and Original ..., Volume 19

John Wesley - 1796
...fliouted for joy." It is he who meafured the "waters in the hollow of his hand, meted out heaven with a fpan, and comprehended the duft. of the Earth in a meafure, and weighed the mountains.in fcales and the hills in a balance. Before him the nations are as a drop ot the bucket,...
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Harrison's British Classicks, Volume 5

1785
...and coiifolation. The Lord is great, and we know him not : His greatneli is unfearchable. Who but he hath meafured the waters in the hollow of his hand, and meted out the heavens with a fpan? Thine, Lord, is the greatncls. and the powrr, and the glory, and the viftory,...
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A Collection of Theological Tracts, Volume 1

Richard Watson - 1791
...and " created man upon it ; that he ftretched out the heavens, and com" manded all their hofts. He meafured the waters in the hollow of his " hand, and. meted out the heavens with a fpan, and comprehended the " duft of the earth in a meafure, and weighed'the mountains...
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The Adventurer, Volume 2

1793
...lefs than nothing, and E 4 vanity vanity introduced making the following fublime enquiTf \ " Who harh meafured the waters in the hollow of " his hand, and meted out heaven with a fpan, and " comprehended the duft of the earth in a meafure, and " weighed the mountains in fcales,...
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Lectures on Natural and Experimental Philosophy: Considered in It ..., Volume 4

George Adams - 1794
...conlider the immcnfity of HIS powci, who regulates and governs all thcfe wide extended motions ; " who hath meafured the waters in the hollow of his hand, and meted out heaven with afpan." " Who turns his eye, on nature's midnight face, BUT MUST iNoyiRE What hand behind the fcene,...
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