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" There is neither speech nor language : but their voices are heard among them. Their sound is gone out into all lands : and their words into the ends of the world. "
Fifteen Sermons Preach'd on Several Occasions - Page 152
by Richard Duke - 1730 - 400 pages
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A collection of anthems used in the cathedral and collegiate churches of ...

William Marshall - 1840 - 275 pages
...firmament sheweth his handy work. 2. 0ne day telleth another : and one night certifieth another. 3. There is neither speech nor language : but their voices are heard among them. 4>. Their sound is gone out into all lands : and their words into the ends of the world. 5. In them...
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Tracts for the Times, Volume 3

1840
...be alway acceptable in thy sight. O Luiil : my strength, and my redeemer. Glory be, &c. (k) Anliphm. There is neither speech nor language, but their voices are heard among them. (1) Antiphon. The Lord hear thee. Ptalm 20 (17) in the day of trouble: the name of the God of Jacob...
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Tracts for the Times, Volume 3

John Henry Newman, John Keble, William Palmer, Richard Hurrell Froude, Edward Bouverie Pusey, Isaac Williams - 1840
...words of my mouth, and the meditation of my heart: be alway acceptable in thy sight. (k) Autiphon. There is neither speech nor language, but their voices are heard among them. (1) Antiplian. The Lord hear thee. Psalm 20 (17) in the day of trouble: the name of the God of Jacob...
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A Discourse Concerning Prayer: And the Frequenting Daily Public Prayers

Simon Patrick - 1841 - 302 pages
...praises of the Lord. It is not a private whisper, but a public cry, which the heavenly bodies make ; " there is neither speech nor language, but their Voices...lands, and their words into the ends of the world :" which tell us what we should do, and call upon us to make the voice of His praise to be heard, as...
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The Office of Deans Rural. A Sermon [on 1 Cor. Xix. 40], Etc

William Brocklehurst Stonehouse - 1841
...and the firmament showeth his handy work. One day telleth another, and one night certifieth another. There is neither speech nor language but their voices...sound is gone out into all lands; and their words unto the end of the world. In them hath he set a tabernacle for the sun; which cometh forth as a bridegroom...
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The Parlour Window: Or, Anecdotes

Edward Mangin - 1841 - 179 pages
...sacred poet. The translation of the misconceived passage in the book of Common Prayer, stands thus: " There is neither speech nor language, but their voices are heard among them;" where the meaning clearly is, that there is no country or region on earth but what has heard their...
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Plain Sermons, Volume 2

1841
...quickly following each other, but little images of life and of death, and of resurrection after death! " There is neither speech nor language, but their voices are heard among them ; one day telleth another, and one night certifieth another." And what are spring and autumn, summer...
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The Parlour Window: Or, Anecdotes

Edward Mangin - 1841 - 179 pages
...sacred poet. The translation of the misconceived passage in the book of Common Prayer, stands thus: " There is neither speech nor language, but their voices are heard among them /" where the meaning clearly is, that there is no country or region on earth but what has heard...
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The Two Books of Common Prayer: Set Forth by Authority of Parliament in the ...

Church of England - 1841 - 432 pages
...hearing, and hearing cometh by the word of God. But I ask, Have they not heard ? No doubt their sound went out into all lands, and their words into the ends of the world. But I demand, whether Israel did know or not ? First Moses saith, I will provoke you to envy by them...
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The Parlour Window: Or, Anecdotes

Edward Mangin - 1841 - 179 pages
...poet. The translation of the misconceived passage in the book of Common Prayer, stands thus : " TJiere is neither speech nor language, but their voices are heard among them :" where the meaning clearly is, that there is no country or region on earth but what has heard...
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