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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1889-1890-719

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GENERAL LITERATURE DEPARTMENT 73 15 Draw out into logical shape St Paul's "Evidences of Christianity -as represented in this Epistle 16 Render into Greek -Teachers miracles gifts of healings helps governments diversities of tongues-Now we see through glass darkly but then face to face-Charity doth not behave itself unseemly seeketh not her own is not easily provoked thinketh no evil-Who goeth warfare at Φ any time at his own charges -Watch ye stand fast in the faith quit you like men be strong IV enteral iltteratuve Scpartmrnt Is-Bttmutp Describe the character of David in the early period of his history and illustrate it from his early Psalms Quote and explain David's lamentation over Saul and Jonathan Explain the course of events by which David became king over all Israel after Saul's death Illustrate from the Psalms the spirit which animated David in the establishment of the Ark in Jerusalem Explain the import of the Divine message and promise to David in response to his wish to build temple Comment on the 51st Psalm as illustrating David's character and the nature of repentance Narrate and explain the closing scenes of David's reign in reference to the building of the Temple ψ
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