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" So I returned and considered all the oppressions that are done under the sun: and behold the tears of such as were oppressed, and they had no comforter; and on the side of their oppressors there was power; but they had no comforter. Wherefore I praised... "
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The best refvge for the most oppressed: in a sermon preached to the ...

Simeon Ashe - 1642 - 62 ˹
...the fide of t heir oppreffeurs there-s was power, but there was no Comforter. Wherefore I praijed the dead which are already dead, more than the living which are jet alive. Many in this Kirgdome have dyed many deaths under the y ron hands of heavy opprtffours,...

Eleven sermons, by J. Piggott, being all that were printed in his life-time ...

John Piggott, Joseph Stennett - 1714
...ask, Is not this inconfiftent with what the Wife- Man ECC!. 4..i. has elfewhere advanc'd, in fraifmg the Dead. which are already dead^ more than the Living which are yet alive ? To this I return, that ) in one Paflage he has regard to the Troubles of Life, and in the other to...

A Discourse Concerning the Divine Providence

William Sherlock - 1715 - 452 ˹
...they have the Scripture on their fide. For the Wife Man, Eccl. 4. 2, 3. tells us, Wherefore I prtifcd the dead, which are already dead, more than the living, which are yet alive : Tea hetter is he than both they, who hath not yet heen, who hath not feen the evil work that is done...

Discourses on various subjects

John Leland - 1769
...Comforter. This fo affected his Heart, that in the Bitternefs of his Concern he adds, Wherefore I praifed the dead which are already dead, more than the living which are yet alive. But this feems to have been the Language of Paffion and Melancholy. A more juft and reafonable Conclufion...

A Collection of Sermons and Tracts ...: To which are Prefixed ..., 1

John Gill - 1773
...Occafioned by the Death of the Reverend Mr JAMES FALL. Ее с L ES. IV. г. Wherefore I praifed tbe dead, which are already dead, more than the living, which are yet alive, - - ------551 SERM. 34. Occafioned by the Death of Mrs ELIZABETH GILL. HEBREWS XI. 16. But now they...

Essays: Philosophical, Historical & Literary, 3

William Belsham - 1791
...vexation of fpirit, " and there was no profit under the fun! " Therefore I hated life, and I praifed the " dead which are already dead, more than the " living which are yet alive." He feems to place man's fupreme good in a kind- of ftoical apathy, a proud and contemptuous indifference...

Sermons, tr. by R. Robinson (H. Hunter)

Jacques Saurin - 1800
...reason to doubt, whether it be the language of Solomon or the fool introduced in the book) J.pra ised the dead which are already dead, more than the living which are yet alive : yea, better is he than both they, which hath not yet been, Eccjes. iv. 2, 3. To consider things as...

A series of sermons, upon the most important principles of our holy religion ...

Alexander Macwhorter - 1803
....Solomon had confidered all theoppreffions and fore evils done under the fun^ he exclaimed, " I " praifed the dead which are already dead, more than the " living which are yet alive ; yea, better is he than both they» " whick hath not yet been, who hath not feen the evil work " that...

A Short and Plain Exposition of the Old Testament: With ..., 5

Job Orton, Robert Gentleman - 1805
...side of their oppressors [there was] power ; but they had no comforter : and this -VCT2 ed my spirit ; Wherefore I praised the dead which are already dead more than the living which are yet alive ; I thought them in a better condition than those who suffer by o/ifiression, vihofear 3 it, or even...

Sermons Translated from the Original French of the Late Rev ..., 5

Jacques Saurin, Robert Robinson - 1806
...is some reason to doubt whether it be the language of Solomon or the foot / introduced in the book) I praised the dead which are already dead, more than the living which are yet alive: yea, better is he than both they, which hath not yet been, Eccles. iv. 2, 3. To consider things as...




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