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" Who is she that looketh forth as the morning, fair as the moon, clear as the sun, and terrible as an army with banners? "
Some Brief Remarks Upon Sundry Important Subjects, Necessary to be ... - Page 43
by John Griffith - 1765 - 100 pages
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The Works of Tibullus: Containing His Four Books of Love Elegies

Tibullus - Elegiac poetry, Latin - 1720 - 598 pages
...Soloj^Zbolo Solomon, defcribing his Spoufe, makes Ufes beautifully of the fame, Cantic* C. 6. " Who is file that " looketh forth as the Morning, fair as the Moon, clear as the Sun, and terrible as an Army with " Banners? Broukhus^ The Amaranthus glowing Red.] The Amaranthns...
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A Collection of Hymns of the Children of God in All Ages, from the Beginning ...

United Brethren in Christ - Hymns - 1754 - 828 pages
...choice one of her that bare her. The daughters faw her, and blef* fed her : who is flie that lookcth forth as the morning, fair as the moon, clear as the fun, and terrible u an army with banner* " Or ever I was aware : my foul made me like the chariots of .'.>.-. ••/.:nadab....
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Memoirs of the life of Mr. Josiah Tomkins, publ. by dr. Montague

James Nassau - 1774 - 402 pages
...Dwell in all the reformed churches ; purge them from all errors, herefies, and corruptions; make them fair as the moon, clear as the fun, and terrible as an army with banners. O Lord, remember the Britifh ifles with thy falvatibn, and maintain the gofpel in them till time fhall...
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Observations on divers passages of Scripture [by T. Harmer].

Thomas Harmer - 1776 - 516 pages
...for they have over'' come me," appear perfectly natural ; as do alfo thofe that precede the fecond, " Who " is me that looketh forth as the morning, " fair as the moon, dear as the fun f" It in the Holy-Land. 479 It may not be unfit to add, that thofe places that fpeak...
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The Standard of the Spirit Lifted Up Against the Enemy Coming in Like a ...

Thomas Bell - Bible - 1780 - 878 pages
...cannot but lament her wildernefs-ftate, Kev. xii. 17. Pray for that period, when {he {hall again look forth as the morning, fair as the moon, clear as the fun, and terrible to her enemies as an army with banners : Fair A aa <zf the moon, with refpect to her morals ; clear...
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Faithful Contendings Displayed: Being an Historical Relation of the State ...

1780 - 712 pages
...cafe and condition atthetime. Once it might have faid of this church, thatjbe looked forth as the mat fair as the moon, clear as the fun, and terrible as an •with banners : We had the light of the glorious gc we were made to drink the pure blood of the grape...
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A collection of memorials concerning divers deceased ministers and others of ...

Society of friends - 1788 - 430 pages
...little or nothing at fetting it forth. The ' foul will be filled with holy admiration, and * fay, *' Who is me that looketh forth as the " morning, fair...the fun, " and terrible as an army with banners." ' Although the foul has at times to behold the glory, fplendor, and magnitude of the true church or...
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Letters to and from the Rev. Philip Doddridge, D.D. Late of Northampton ...

Philip Doddridge - 1790 - 496 pages
...chapter is not inferior to any of the reft of it, and I am particularly pleafed with the tenth verfe, " "Who is me that looketh forth as the morning, fair...clear as the fun, and terrible as an army with banners ?" I never read thefe charming words but with a double pleafurc, when I remember the inimitable grace...
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A cloud of witnesses, for the royal prerogatives of Jesus Christ: or, The ...

Jesus Christ - 1794 - 408 pages
...and oAer conuptions,• and abounding errors, but in the reformed church of Scotland, which was lair as the moon, clear as the fun, and terrible as an army with banners. This day was, when we could have fur.g that fong, Ifa. Jiixvi. i. We S 3 have have a ftre-ng city,...
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The Arminian Magazine: Consisting of Extracts and Original ..., Volume 3

John Wesley - Biography - 1780 - 762 pages
...Son, And reap eternal joy, in worlds unknown. SHORT HYMNS. Canticles vi. 1o. Who is Jhe that looheth forth as the morning, fair as the moon, clear as the fun, and terrible as an army with banners ! • LO! the Church with gradual light Her opening charms difplays; After a long dreary night, Looks...
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