Proverbs, between circa 11 August and circa 4 September 1842

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hills he cannot posess himselfe of his own Life God made him and thee and gave all things in common
5th. There is one thing under the Sun which I have learned and that is that the ritcheousness of man is Sinn, be cause it exacteth over Much neverless <​nevertheless​> the ritcheousness of God is Just because it exacteth nothing at all, but Sendeth the rain on the Just and the unjust Sead [seed] time and harvest for all of which Man is ungreatefull [1/2 page blank] [p. [2]]
hills he cannot posess himselfe of his own Life God made him and thee and gave all things in common
5th. There is one thing under the Sun which I have learned and that is that the ritcheousness of man is Sinn, be cause it exacteth over Much nevertheless the ritcheousness of God is Just because it exacteth nothing at all, but Sendeth the rain on the Just and the unjust Sead [seed] time and harvest for all of which Man is ungreatefull [1/2 page blank] [p. [2]]
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