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delights. In the midst of struggles Thou implantest peace in our hearts. In the depths of sorrows Thou givest a powerful and living con

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solation. At the approach of that death which is the terror of men, Thou fillest our souls with the firm {xiv} and lively hope of rea

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ching, by the path of Thy cross, life with Thee in the glorious and invisible world. To whom should we go, O Christ? Thou hast the

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words of eternal life, and we have believed and have known, that Thou art the Christ, the Son of the living God. Geneva: March, 1869. BOOK VIII. ENGLAND BREAKS WITH ROME. CHAPTER I. A CONSPIRACY AGAINST THE REFORMATION. (March and April, 1534.) The parliament of 1534 had greatly advance

d the cause of the Reformation. The voices of the most enlightened men of England had been heard in it with still

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