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" Nor knowing us nor known; and if by prayer Incessant I could hope to change the will Of Him who all things can, I would not cease To weary Him with my assiduous cries. But prayer against His absolute decree No more avails than breath against the wind,... "
Paradise Lost: A Poem, in Twelve Books - Page 343
by John Milton - 1750
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The Poetical Works of John Milton

John Milton - 1886 - 634 pages
...places else Inhospitable appear and desolate, Nor knowing us nor known ; and if by prayer Incessant I could hope to change the will . Of Him who all things can, I would not cease To weary him with my assiduous cries. But prayer against His absolute decree No more avails than...
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Poetical Works: Reprinted from the Chandos Poets. With Memoir, Explanatory ...

John Milton - 1886 - 630 pages
...places else Inhospitable appear and desolate, Nor knowing us nor known ; and if by prayer Incessant I could hope to change the will Of Him who all things can, I would not ceaae To weary him with my assiduous cries. But prayer against Hia absolute decree No more avails than...
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Elocutionary Manual: The Principles of Elocution ; with Exercises and Notations

Alexander Melville Bell - Elocution - 1887 - 276 pages
...And make the impossibility they fear. PRAYER AND SUBMISSION. — AfiltOH. If I could hope by prayer to change the will Of Him who all things can, I would not cease To weary Him with my assiduous cries ; But prayer against His absolute decree No more avails...
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Elocutionary Manual: The Principles of Elocution, with Exercises and ...

Alexander Melville Bell - Elocution - 1887 - 272 pages
...hazard, And make the impossibility they fear. PRAYER AND SUBMISSION.—Milton. If I could hope by prayer to change the will Of Him who all things can, I would not cease To weary Him with my assiduous cries; But prayer against His absolute decree No more avails than...
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Elocutionary Manual: The Principles of Elocution, with Exercises and ...

Alexander Melville Bell - Elocution - 1887 - 270 pages
...And make the impossibility they fear. PRAYER AND SUBMISSION. — Milton. If I could hope by prayer to change the will Of Him who all things can, I would not cease To weary Him with my assiduous cries ; But prayer against His absolute decree No more avails...
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Living Thoughts in Words that Burn, from Poet, Sage and Humorist

Charles F. Beezley - Literature - 1891 - 406 pages
...places else Inhospitable appear and desolate, Nor knowing us, nor known : and if by prayer Incessant I could hope to change the will Of him who all things can, I would not cease To weary him with my assiduous cries; But prayer against his absolute decree No more avails than...
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The Poetical Works of John Milton: English and Latin, Volume 2

John Milton - 1892 - 410 pages
...places else Inhospitable appear and desolate, Nor knowing us nor known. And, if by prayer Incessant I could hope to change the will Of him who all things can, I would not cease To weary him with my assiduous cries ; 310 But prayer against his absolute decree No more avails...
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The Poetical Works of John Milton, Volume 1

John Milton - English Literature - 1892 - 654 pages
...places else Inhospitable appear, and desolate. Nor knowing us, nor known. And, if by prayer Incessant I could hope to change the will Of him who all things can, I would not cease .To weary him with my assiduous cries; 310 But prayer against his absolute decree No more avails...
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Paradise Lost: Books XI and XII

John Milton - Bible - 1892 - 198 pages
...places else Inhospitable appear, and desolate, Nor knowing us, nor known. And, if by prayer Incessant I could hope to change the will Of him who all things can, I would not cease To weary him with my assiduous cries ; 310 But prayer against his absolute decree No more avails...
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Paradise Lost: In Twelve Books

John Milton - 1894 - 360 pages
...places else Inhospitable appear and desolate, Nor knowing us nor known. And, if by prayer Incessant I could hope to change the will Of Him who all things can, I would not cease To weary him with my assiduous cries. 310 But prayer against his absolute decree No more avails...
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