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" When I preach I sink myself deeply down, I regard neither doctors nor masters, of which there are . in the church above forty. But I have an eye to the multitude of young people, children, and servants, of which there are more than two thousand. "
The Percy Anecdotes: Original and Select [by] Sholto and Reuben Percy ... - Página 141
1826
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Luther's table talk; or, Some choice fragments from the familiar discourse ...

Martin Luther - 1832
...deeply down. I regard neither Doctores nor Magistros, of whom above forty are here in the church ; but I have an eye to the multitude of young people, children, and servants, of whom here are more than two thousand. I preach to these, and direct myself to those who have most need...
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The Life and Times of Martin Luther

Hannah Farnham Sawyer Lee - 1839 - 324 páginas
...pulpit, I regard neither doctors nor magistrates, of whom above forty are here in the church ; but I have an eye to the multitude of young people, children, and servants, of whom there are more than two thousand." " Christ," he said, " taught by parables, that all could understand,...
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The General Baptist repository, and Missionary observer [afterw.] The ...

1876
...deeply down : I regard neither doctors nor masters, of whom there are in the church above forty ; but I have an eye to the multitude of young people, children, and servants, of whom there are more than two thousand.' It is hardly too much to say that two-thirds of every sermon...
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The Book of Good Examples Drawn from Authentic History and Biography ...

John Frost - 1846 - 288 páginas
...deeply down ; I regard neither doctors nor masters, of which there are in the church above forty. But I have an eye to the multitude of young people, children,...I preach to them, and direct my discourse to those who have need of it. A preacher should be a logician and a rhetorician ; that is, he must be able to...
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The Table Talk Or Familiar Discourse of Martin Luther

Martin Luther - 1848 - 390 páginas
...down. I regard neither Doctors nor Magistrates, of whom are here in this church above forty; but I have an eye to the multitude of young people, children, and servants, of whom are more than two thousand. I preach to those, directing myself to them that have need thereof....
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The Presbyterian Magazine, Volumen 2

1852
...neither Doctors nor Magistrates, of whom are here in this church [of Wittenberg] above forty; but I have an eye to the multitude of young people, children, and servants, of whom are more than two thousand. I preach to those, directing myself to those that have need thereof....
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The Table Talk of Martin Luther

Martin Luther, Alexander Chalmers - 1857 - 390 páginas
...down. I regard neither Doctors nor Magistrates, of whom are here in this church above forty; but I have an eye to the multitude of young people, children, and servants, of whom are more than two thousand. I preach to those, directing myself to them that have need thereof....
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Impressions of Germany

1865 - 451 páginas
...pulpit I regard neither magistrates nor doctors, of whom there are above forty here in the church, hut I have an eye to the multitude of young people, children and servants of whom there are more than two thousand." In the apsis behind the altar, hung four pictures of very great...
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volumen 105

1869
...deeply down : I regard neither doctors nor masters, of whom there are in the church above forty; but I have an eye to the multitude of young people, children, and servants, of whom there are more than two thousand." It is hardly too much to say that twothirds of every sermon...
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The Edinburgh monthly magazine [afterw.] Blackwood's Edinburgh ..., Volumen 105

1869
...deeply down : I regard neither doctors nor masters, of whom there are in the church above forty ; but I have an eye to the multitude of young people, children, and servants, of whom there are more than two thousand." It is hardly too much to say that twothirds of every sermon...
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