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- adjective being four more than ninety
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Men may have a general persuasion that they are under the eye of God: and this is in the thoughts of all; -- I do not say actually, but in respect of the principle of it that lies in them; which, if it may freely act itself, will make them know it and consider it, Ps. xciv.
And in his own days, notwithstanding the differences between them, the aged and learned Jerome tells him, Epist. xciv.,
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Augustine says on John 16: 7: "Except I go, the Paraclete will not come to you" (Tract. xciv in Joan.).
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Psalm xciv: 20, [b] but that the latter is founded on the Rock
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The spelling of the word "gospel" varies throughout; thus, in Mark, fols. lxiiii-lxxii., xci., xciv., xcv., xcvii., and xcviii. it is
By J.R. Sen. London: M. DCC.XXXIV. (pp. iii-v; xciv; c; cxiv.)
-- The texts of Holy Scripture which you cannot find are to be found as follows: -- Psalm xciv. 22, and Gen. xvii.
[Page xciv] disappeared, and, with certain modifications, holds good to-day.
Gennadius (De vir.illustr. xciv) says he composed a sacramentary; the Liber Pontificalis speaks of his liturgical work, and there must be some basis for the way in which his name is attached to the famous Gelasian Sacramentay.
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