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Page 206 - Entreat me not to leave thee, or to return from following after thee: for whither thou goest I will go; thy people shall be my people and thy God my God.
Page 21 - ... is to no profit. For if there be those who are able to shine in the Church, there will soon be also numbers: but where these are not, the numbers will never be good for anything. How many, suppose you, may there be in our city who are likely to be saved (roi>c аи^оцеvovç) ? It is disagreeable, what I am going to say, but I will say it nevertheless.
Page 201 - Why not, Hetty ?" said Rebecca, turning he? face to Hetty. " Why not ?" said Hetty. " Why, of all the indiscretions I ever committed, this is the worst. I hope you will not be so foolish as I have been." "Why not?" said Rebecca. " Because you would cut the last ground from under my father's feet. Rebecca, you have a noble soul committed to your care, for which you will have to answer at the Day of Judgment.