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" Yea, mine own familiar friend, in whom I trusted, which did eat of my bread, hath lifted up his heel against me. "
The Guardian - Side 206
1859
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The Fountain of Life Opened, Or, A Display of Christ in His Essential and ...

John Flavel - 1671 - 576 sider
...the twelve," is added to aggravate the sin and to show how that prophecy was accomplished in him, " Yea, mine own familiar friend, in whom I trusted,...of my bread, hath lifted up his heel against me." Ps. 4.1 : 9. Lo, this was -the traitor, and this was his name and office. 2. You have a description...
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Letters on the sacred predictions

Theophilus Lobb - 1761 - 330 sider
...of FleJh. This Affliction befel David, as appears from what he'fays, in Pfal. Iv. ver. 12, 13, 14. For it was not an Enemy that reproached me, then I could have horn it ; neither was it he that hated me, that did magnify himfelf againft me, then I would have hid...
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The confession of faith, the larger and shorter catechisms, with the ...

Assembly of divines confess. and catech - 1765 - 626 sider
...ipend and be fpent for you, though the more abundantly I love you, the Jefe I be loved. Pfa.lv. 12. For it was not an enemy that reproached me, then I could have born it; neither was it he that hated me, that did magnify himfelf againft me, then I would have hid...
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Gospel Sonnets: Or, Spiritual Songs, in Six Parts ... Concerning Creation ...

Ralph Erskine - 1793 - 384 sider
...to have drunk of the deep waters, but ye muft foul the refidue with your feet ? v Pfalm lv; 12. 13. For it- was not an enemy that reproached me, then I could have1 borne it,; neither was it he that hated me, that did magnify hrmfelf again ft me, then I •would...
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The New England Quarterly Magazine, Bind 2

1802 - 308 sider
...thofe whom we love and refpeét Î Howfenfibly did the Pfalmift feel, this, when he exclaimed — " It was not an enemy that reproached me, then I could have borae it ; neither was it he that hated me that did magnify himfelf againil me, then I would have hid...
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A new translation of the Psalms, with notes, by M. Young. Without titleleaf ...

Matthew Young (bp. of Clonfert) - 1806 - 404 sider
...mifchief are in the midft of her, fraud is within her, deceit and guile depart not from her ftreets. 11. For it was not an enemy that reproached me, then I could have borne it; neither was it mine adverfary, that ufed his ftrength againft me, then peradventure I would have hid myfelf from him....
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A Scripture Account of the Faith and Practice of Christians: Consisting of ...

Hugh Gaston - 1807 - 550 sider
...xxxviii. 11. My lovers and my friends stands aloof from my sore, and my kinsmen stand afar off. xli. 2. Mine own familiar friend in whom I trusted, which...eat of my bread, hath lifted up his heel against me. lv. 12. If it was an enemy that reproached me, then I could have borne it. Ver. 13. But it was thou,...
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Paraphrases on hard texts

Joseph Hall - 1808 - 568 sider
...have too veil seen them apt, both to devise and execute violent practices against thy Church. LV. 12 For it was not an enemy that reproached me; then I could have borne it : 6fc. It was not an open and professed enemy, that hath offered this cruel measure to me, for then...
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Sermons Principally Designed to Illustrate and to Enforce Christian Morality

Thomas Gisborne - 1809 - 450 sider
...blood, were harrafTed by fome groundlefs fufpicions ? When, in the anguifh of his foul, he exclaimed ; It was not an enemy that reproached me, then I could have borne it ; but it was thou, mine equal, my . guide , mine acquaintance : yea mine own f ami" liar friend in...
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A Commentary Upon the Old and New Testaments, with the Apocrypha: Genesis to ...

1809 - 556 sider
...never be able to confute), and hath laid him so low, that he cannot possibly recover. Ver. 9. TTeat mine own familiar friend, in whom I trusted, which did eat of my bread, bath lifted up his heel against me.'] And, which is still more afflictive, the man with whom I never...
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