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Brockes, Barthold Heinrich: Jrdisches Vergnügen in Gott. Bd. 2. Hamburg, 1727.

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The Guardian, Vol. II.
No. 169.
Voiez le Mentor moderne, Tome III. Discours 141.

In fair Weather, when my Heart is cheered
and I feel that Exaltation of Spirits, which
results from Light and Warmth, joined with a
beautiful Prospect of Nature, I regard my self
as one placed by the Hand of God in the midst
of an ample Theatre, in which the Sun, Moon
and Stars, the Fruits also, and Vegetables of the
Earth, perpetually changing their Positions or
their Aspects, exhibit an elegant Enter-
tainment to the Understanding as well as to the
Eye.

Thunder and Lightning, Rain and Hail,
the painted Bow, and the glaring Comets, are
Decorations of this mighty Theatre. And the
sable Hemisphere studded with Spangles, the
blue Vault at Noon, the glorious Gildings and
rich Colours in the Horizon, I look on as so
many successive Scenes.

When
The Guardian, Vol. II.
No. 169.
Voiez le Mentor moderne, Tome III. Diſcours 141.

In fair Weather, when my Heart is cheered
and I feel that Exaltation of Spirits, which
reſults from Light and Warmth, joined with a
beautiful Proſpect of Nature, I regard my ſelf
as one placed by the Hand of God in the midſt
of an ample Theatre, in which the Sun, Moon
and Stars, the Fruits alſo, and Vegetables of the
Earth, perpetually changing their Poſitions or
their Aſpects, exhibit an elegant Enter-
tainment to the Underſtanding as well as to the
Eye.

Thunder and Lightning, Rain and Hail,
the painted Bow, and the glaring Comets, are
Decorations of this mighty Theatre. And the
ſable Hemiſphere ſtudded with Spangles, the
blue Vault at Noon, the glorious Gildings and
rich Colours in the Horizon, I look on as ſo
many ſucceſſive Scenes.

When
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Zitationshilfe: Brockes, Barthold Heinrich: Jrdisches Vergnügen in Gott. Bd. 2. Hamburg, 1727, S. 544. In: Deutsches Textarchiv <http://www.deutschestextarchiv.de/brockes_vergnuegen02_1727/580>, abgerufen am 15.09.2019.