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" Is this the general character of Fellows of Colleges? I fear it is not. Rather, have not pride and haughtiness of spirit, impatience and peevishness, sloth and indolence, gluttony and sensuality, and even... "
Scriptural Christianity:: A Sermon Preached, August, 24, 1744. at St. Mary's ... - Page 26
by John Wesley - 1744 - 31 pages
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The Works of the Rev. John Wesley, Volume 7

John Wesley - Methodism - 1811 - 468 pages
...peevishness, sloth and indolence, gluttony and sensuality, and even a proverbial uselessness, been objected to us, perhaps not always by our enemies, nor wholly...reproach from us, that the very memory of it might perish for ever ! 8. Many of us are more immediately consecrated to God, called to minister in holy...
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Sermons on Several Occasions

John Wesley - Methodist Church - 1825 - 742 pages
...peevishness, sloth aud indolence, gluttony and sensuality, and even proverbial uselessticsj, been objected to us, perhaps not always by our enemies, nor wholly without ground i' O that God would roll away this reproach from us, that the very memory of it might perish for ever!...
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The Works of the Rev. John Wesley, A.M.: Sermons

John Wesley - Methodism - 1829 - 520 pages
...peevishness, sloth and indolence, gluttony and sensuality, and even a proverbial uselessness, been objected to us, perhaps not always by our enemies, nor wholly...reproach from us, that the very memory of it might perish for ever ! 8. Many of us are more immediately consecrated to God, called to minister in holy...
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Sermons on Several Occasions, Volume 1

John Wesley - Methodist Church - 1831 - 466 pages
...peevishness, sloth and indolence, gluttony and sensuality, and even a proverbial uselessness, been objected to us, perhaps not always by our enemies, nor wholly...reproach from us, that the very memory of it might perish for ever ! 8. Many of us are more immediately consecrated to God, called to minister in holy...
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Sermons on Several Occasions, Volume 1

John Wesley - Methodist Church - 1836 - 550 pages
...peevishness, sloth and indolence, gluttony and sensuality, and even proverbial uselessness, been objected to us, perhaps not always by our enemies, nor wholly without ground ? Oh that God would roll away this reproach from us, that the very memory of it might perish for ever...
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The Works of the Reverend John Wesley, A.M.

John Wesley - Methodist Church - 1840 - 566 pages
...uselessness, been objected to us, perhaps not always by our ennmies, nor wholly without ground ? Oh that God would roll away this reproach from us, that the very memory of it might perish for ever ! S. Many of us are more immediately consecrated to God, called to minister in holy...
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Works

John Wesley - 1856 - 560 pages
...peevishness, sloth and indolence, gluttony and sensuality, and even proverbial uselessness, been objected to us, perhaps not always by our enemies, nor wholly without ground ? Oh that God would roll away this reproach from us, that the very memory of it might perish for ever...
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The Christian Leaders of the Last Century: Or, England a Hundred Years Ago

John Charles Ryle - Clergy - 1869 - 444 pages
...peevishness, sloth and indolency, gluttony and sensuality, and even a proverbial uselessness, been objected to us, perhaps not always by our enemies nor wholly without ground 1 Oh ! that God would roll away this reproach from us, that the very memory of it might perish for...
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The Life and Times of the Rev. John Wesley, M.A., Founder of the ..., Volume 1

Luke Tyerman - Methodism - 1870 - 590 pages
...peevishness, sloth and indolence, gluttony and sensuality, and even a proverbial uselessness, been objected to us, perhaps not always by our enemies, nor wholly without ground ? " Many of us are more immediately consecrated to God, called to minister in holy things. Are we then...
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John Wesley and the Evangelical Reaction of the Eighteenth Century

Julia Wedgwood - Evangelical Revival - 1870 - 426 pages
...haughtiness, impatience and peevishness, sloth and indolence, gluttony and sensuality been objected to us, perhaps not always by our enemies, nor wholly without ground ? Many of us are more immediately consecrated to God, called to minister in holy things. Are we then...
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