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The Resolutions of Jonathan Edward (46/70)
46. Resolved, never to allow the least measure of any fretting uneasiness at my father or mother. Resolved to suffer no effects of it, so much as in the least alteration of speech, or motion of my eve: and to be especially careful of it, with respect to any of our family.
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The Resolutions of Jonathan Edward (45/70)
45. Resolved, never to allow any pleasure or grief, joy or sorrow, nor any affection at all, nor any degree of affection, nor any circumstance relating to it, but what helps religion.
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The Resolutions of Jonathan Edward (44/70)
44. Resolved, that no other end but religion, shall have any influence at all on any of my actions; and that no action shall be, in the least circumstance, any otherwise than the religious end will carry it.
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The Resolutions of Jonathan Edward (43/70)
43. Resolved, never henceforward, till I die, to act as if I were any way my own, but entirely and altogether God’s.
The Resolutions of Jonathan Edward (42/70)
42. Resolved, frequently to renew the dedication of myself to God, which was made at my baptism; which I solemnly renewed, when I was received into the communion of the church.
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The Resolutions of Jonathan Edward (41/70)
41. Resolved, to ask myself at the end of every day, week, month and year, wherein I could possibly in any respect have done better.
The Resolutions of Jonathan Edward (40/70)
40. Resolved, to inquire every night, before I go to bed, whether I have acted in the best way I possibly could, with respect to eating and drinking.
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The Resolutions of Jonathan Edward (39/70)
39. Resolved, never to do anything that I so much question the lawfulness of, as that I intend, at the same time, to consider and examine afterwards, whether it be lawful or no; except I as much question the lawfulness of the omission.
The Resolutions of Jonathan Edward (38/70)
38. Resolved, never to speak anything that is ridiculous, sportive, or matter of laughter on the Lord’s day.
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