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" If a teacher, though a genins, would attempt to "prove all things and hold fast to that which is good," he would keep on all through life proving things and would have no time to "hold fast. "
Proceedings - Seite 241
von National Education Association of the United States - 1890
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The exercise of faith [ed. by J.H. Hopkins].

Milo Mahan - 1877
...warrant his acting upon evidence short of sensible demonstration — he will find it the more needful to " prove all things, and hold fast to that which is good." What, then, is to be his principle of judgment, as a man, and as a Christian ? Must he test what he...
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The exercise of faith [ed. by J.H. Hopkins].

Milo Mahan - 1877
...warrant his acting upon evidence short of sensible demonstration — he will find it the more needful to " prove all things, and hold fast to that which is good." What, then, is to be his principle of judgment, as a man, and as a Christian ? Must he test what he...
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Proceedings of the Annual Session

American Association on Mental Deficiency - 1877
...our Association I think their attitude has been this with regard to the operation, — scripturally to prove all things and hold fast to that which is good. We are aware that cerebral surgery and experiment must be undertaken. This must be serious in order...
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Report of the Vermont Board of Agriculture ..., Band 5

Vermont. Board of Agriculture - 1878
...intelligent enterprise in sugaring, unless it is prejudice. We come to a meeting like this, not so much to "prove all things and hold fast to that which is good," as to be braced up and confirmed in some preconceived notion. We consider that the best paper that...
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Report of the Oral Discussion Between Mr. M.W. Green, Minister of the Church ...

M. W. Green - 1878 - 251 Seiten
...Unknown, and, in so doing, we follow the law of our God, and not of ourselves. (Applause.) Why are we told to prove all things and hold fast to that which is good ? Why should we be told to exercise our faculties, in the first place, and then that we must accept...
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Southern Practitioner: An Independent Monthly Journal ..., Band 9,Ausgabe 2

1887
...with another. In this matter every individual is a law unto himself, and the advice of good old Paul to " prove all things, and hold fast to that which is good," is to be commended. As a people we are a nation of dyspeptics, and Charles Dickens struck the key-note...
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Nashville Journal of Medicine and Surgery, Band 24

1879
...gnat, he was laughed at by the entire profession. We ought to learn a lesson from the injunction " to prove all things, and hold fast to that which is good." It would require too much time to eliminate any of these points, and I only give them a brief passing...
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The Contributor: Representing the Young Men's and Young Ladies ..., Band 5

1884
...understanding of those everlasting truths which lead and guide unto eternal life and salvation. We are told to "prove all things and hold fast to that which is good;" now, if the Mutual Improvement Associations have not proven themselves to be a good thing, also a blessing...
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Moral problem

Stephen Alexander Hodgman - 1881
...a late discourse said: "An apostle of the early church, writing to one of the members, advises him to ' prove all things ' and 'hold fast to that which is good' in their faith. At that time, the reason of man was supposed to be the docile recipient of the doctrines...
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Moses and the Philosophers, in Three Parts: The Physical System; the Moral ...

Stephen Alexander Hodgman - 1881
...a late discourse said: "An apostle of the early church, writing to one of the members, advises him to ' prove all things ' and 'hold fast to that which is good' in their faith. At that time, the reason of man was supposed to be the docile recipient of the doctrines...
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