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Nor do the laws neglect small matters, but provide that even those may be managed after an unblamable manner.
They enjoin the keeping of "a diligent eye over their own people, and they live unblamable and without reproof."
Wherein you reprove another, be unblamable yourself; for example is more prevalent than precepts.
Wherein you reprove another, be unblamable yourself; for example is better than precept.
Wherein you reprove another be unblamable yourself, for example is more prevalent than precept.
OUR DEPORTMENTJOHN H. YOUNG
Wesley regarded Hall as a man "holy and unblamable in all manner of conversation."
Their conduct is pure and unblamable, although the rules of the monastery are severe.
Paul prayed: “God establish your hearts unblamable in holiness.”
If a man barks only at him who deserves his invectives, while he himself is unblamable?

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