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" For he shall grow up before him as a tender plant, and as a root out of a dry ground : he hath no form nor comeliness ; And when we shall see him, there is no beauty that we should desire him. "
Comparison of Mahometanism and Christianity in Their History, Their Evidence ... - Page 178
by Joseph White - 1811 - 420 pages
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The Reasons of the Christian Religion: The First Part, of Godliness: Proving ...

Richard Baxter - Apologetics - 1667 - 644 pages
...hath believed our report, and tt whom is the armoftheLordrevealed? for he Jhall grow up before him as a tender plant, and as a root out of a. dry ground; he hath no form wr comelinefl; and when we Jhall fee hint, there if no beauty that wejhould defire him : He it deftifed...
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A Funeral Sermon Occasion'd by the Death of Mr. Caleb Head: Who Died ...

Samuel Wright - Bible - 1707 - 116 pages
...believed our Report? And, to whom, is the Arm of the Lord. Revealed ? For he {hall grow ap before him AS a tender Plant, and as a Root out of A dry Ground : He hath no form nor Come line fs ; And when we fha/l fee him, there is no Beauty that we fhottlddefire him. He is defpifed...
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The reasonableness and certainty of the Christian religion, Volume 2

Robert Jenkin - 1708 - 466 pages
...Sorrows of it are exprefs'd, Ifai. liii. 23. For he flatt grow up before him at a tender plant, and ai a root out of a dry ground : he hath no form nor comelinefs : and when we flatt fee him, there is no beauty that me flould defirt him. He is defptfed...
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The Apologies of Justin Martyr, Tertullian, and Minutius Felix in ..., Volume 1

William Reeves - Apologetics - 1709 - 548 pages
...believed our Report, and to whom is the Arm of the Lord revealed ? For he Jhall grow up before hint as a tender Plant , and as a Root out of a dry Ground^ he hath qo Form or Comelinefs, and when we flail fee him, tksre is no Beauty that m Jbould defire him, * Be...
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A Conference with a Theist: Containing an Answer to All the Most ..., Volume 1

William Nicholls - Apologetics - 1723 - 556 pages
...is the. Branch, and hejballgrcnv up out of his Plate. ^4nd as Ifa. lu'iz he Jball grow up before him as a tender Plant, and as A Root out of a dry Ground. And David fays of him, Pfal. op. J. Thy Birth is its the Dew of the Morning. So R. Solomon...
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An inquiry into the shape, the beauty, and stature, of the person of Christ ...

Thomas LEWIS (M.A.) - 1735 - 118 pages
...literally underftood by the old Hebrews} was mifapplicd by Abarbinel^ * He fhatf grow /> before him as a tender 'Plant, and as a Root out of a dry Ground\ he hath no Form nor Comelinefs> and when we fha// fee him, there is no Beauty that we foould defire him. The literal Senfe,...
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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
...believed our report ? and to whom is the arm of Jehovah revealed ? For he mall grow up before him wa tender plant, and as a root out of a dry ground : he hath no form nor cometinefs, and when we (hall fee him, there is no beauty that we ihould defire him. He is defpifed...
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Sermons on Various Subjects: With a Prefatory Discourse on Mistakes ...

Thomas Hartley - Bible - 1754 - 302 pages
...Enemies. The Church which before, under all the Weaknefs and Difgrace of Infancy and Sufferings, grew up as a tender Plant, and as a Root out of a dry Ground, yet bearing much precious Fruit, when tranfplanted into the richer Soil of an Eftablifhment,...
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A Discourse on Mistakes Concerning Religion, Enthusiasm, Experiences, &c

Thomas Hartley - Christian life - 1759 - 180 pages
...The Church which before, fore, under all the Weaknefs and Difgrace of Infancy and Sufferings, grew up as a tender Plant, and as a Root out of a dry Ground, yet bearing much precious Fruit, when tranfplanted into the richer Soil of anEftablifhment,...
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The Works of Mr. John Glas: In Four Volumes, Volume 1

John Glas - Sandemanianism - 1761 - 530 pages
...branch fpringing out of the " root of Jeffe," If. xi. i. : fo that when he mould come, he ftiould be " as a tender plant, and as a root out of a dry " ground, having nothing of that form or comelinefs" that his defpifcrs were locking after, If. liii....
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