Lily Green at the Town Hall Hospital, Oxford, item 37

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He brought light out of darkness,

not out of a lesser light; he

can bring thy summer out

of winter, though thou have

no spring; though in the

ways of fortune, or understanding,

or conscience, thou have

been benighted till now,

now God comes to thee, not

as in the dawning of the

day, not as in the bud of

the spring, but as the

sun at noon.

(From a sermon given

by John Downe at St

Panes , 1624)

 John Svindle

August 1964

     __________________

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He brought light out of darkness,

not out of a lesser light; he

can bring thy summer out

of winter, though thou have

no spring; though in the

ways of fortune, or understanding,

or conscience, thou have

been benighted till now,

now God comes to thee, not

as in the dawning of the

day, not as in the bud of

the spring, but as the

sun at noon.

(From a sermon given

by John Downe at St

Panes , 1624)

 John Svindle

August 1964

     __________________


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  • April 7, 2017 03:55:16 Cheryl Ellsworth

    He brought light out of darkness,

    not out of a lesser light; he

    can bring thy summer out

    of winter, though thou have

    no spring; though in the

    ways of fortune, or understanding,

    or conscience, thou have

    been benighted till now,

    now God comes to thee, not

    as in the dawning of the

    day, not as in the bud of

    the spring, but as the

    sun at noon.

    (From a sermon given

    by John Downe at St

    Panes , 1624)

     John Svindle

    August 1964

         __________________

  • March 27, 2017 17:54:18 Annick Rodriguez

    He brought light out of darkness,

    not out of a lesser light; he

    can bring thy summer out

    of winter, though thou have

    no spring; though in the

    ways of fortune, or understanding,

    or conscience, thou have

    been benighted till now

    now God comes to thee, not

    as in the dawning of the

    day, not as in the bud of

    the spring, but as the

    sun at noon.

      (From a sermon given

    by John Donne at St

    Panes , 1624)

              John Swindle

                August 1964

         __________________


  • March 27, 2017 17:52:25 Annick Rodriguez

    He brought light out of darkness,

    not out of a lesser light; he

    can bring thy summer out

    of winter, though thou have

    no spring; though in the

    ways of fortune, or understanding,

    or conscience, thou have

    been benighted till now

    now God comes to thee, not

    as in the dawning of the

    day, not as in the bud of

    the spring, but as the

    sun at noon.


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