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" That to whom much is given, of him much will be required. "
Discourses on several important subjects. To which are added, 8 sermons ... - Página 6
de Jeremiah Seed - 1747
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Discourses on Several Important Subjects: To which are Added ..., Volumen 2

1747
...is pofleft of, confiders them as fo many Trufts repofed in him by God, which are fo far from railing his Pride, that they excite " his Caution ; as knowing...The proud Man is dazzled with the Luftre of his own Excellen~ cies: Whereas the humble Man, though not infenfible of particular Endowments, yet thinks...
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Essays on the Active Powers of Man: By Thomas Reid, ...

Thomas Reid - 1788 - 493 páginas
...This, indeed, amounts to nothing more than that maxim of common fenfe, confirmed by Divine authority, That to whom much is given, of him much will be required. The fum of this argument is, That a certain degree of active power is the talent which GOD hath given...
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Sermons on practical subjects, Volumen 2

William Enfield, John Aikin - 1798
...well, I intreat you, the importance of your flation and the extent of your duty; and never forget, that " to whom much is given, of him much will be required." V Animated ) Animated Exertions in all laudable Undertakings recommended. 2 CHRONICLES xxxi. 21. Itl...
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Essays on the Powers of the Human Mind, Volumen 3

Thomas Reid, Dugald Stewart - 1803
...This, indeed, amounts to no:hing more than that maxim of common fenfe, confirmed by Divine authority, That to whom much is given, of him much will be required. Ths The fum of this argument is, That a certain degree of active power is the talent which GOD hath...
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The Eclectic review. vol. 1-New [8th]

1805
...possess not riches, he is exempt from the alarming responsibility attached to them." ' We are taught, that " to whom much is given, of him much will be required." — When wealth, talent, and influence are abundantly concentered in one individual, the DUTIES become...
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The Reports of the Society for bettering the condition and increasing the ...

Society for bettering the conditions and increasing the comforts of the poor - 1805
...exempted from the alarming and accumulated responsibility, attached to those advantages. We are taught that " to whom " much is given, of him much will be " required." — When wealth, talent, and influence, are abundantly concentered in one individual, the DUTIES become...
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Elements of Christian Theology: Containing Proofs of the ..., Volumen 2

George Tomline - 1818
...church of Christ will hereafter be rewarded with appropriate blessings. But we must ever bear in mind, that to whom much is given, of him much will be required : a more exalted virtue, and a greater purity of heart, will be expected from Christians, in proportion...
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The Works of Thomas Reid; with an Account of His Life and Writings, Volumen 3

Thomas Reid - 1822
...This, indeed, amounts to nothing more than that maxim of common sense, confirmed by Divine authority, that to whom much is given, of him much will be required. The sum of this argument is, that a certain degree of active power is the talent which God has given...
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Gleanings, Moral and Religious, from Various Authors, Latin and English

John Kendall - 1826 - 318 páginas
...every soul of man that doeth evil, whether he be Jew, Gentile, or Christian. We must ever bear in mind, that to whom much is given, of him much will be required : a more exalted virtue and a greater purity of heart will be expected from Christians, in proportion...
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Essays on the powers of the human mind [orig. publ. as Essays on the ...

Thomas Reid - 1827
...This, indeed, amounts to nothing more than that maxim of common sense, confirmed by Divine authority, That to whom much is given, of him much will be required. The sum of this argument is, That a certain degree of active power ithe talent which God hath given...
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