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|Come Companion Come Come uncalled, sit unserved. (Scottish) First come ... (|
Chinese) It is a comfort to the wretched to have companions in misfortune. (
Roman) No ... (French) Companion A faithful companion is a sure anchor. (
Roman) A ...
|TRUST. A FAITHFUL COMPANIONS IS A SURE ANCHOR... UNLESS YOUR |
ANCHOR IS A CHEAP BASTARD WHO BUYS BARGAINBIN CLIMBING ROPE.
TEAMWORK NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE PERSONAL SATISFACTION OF ...
|... a Roman epitaph) sit ut est, aut non sit: let it be as it is, or let it not be sit venia |
verbis: pardon my words situ et tempore: in place and time socius fidelis anchora
tuta est: a faithful companion is a sure anchor sol lucet omnibus: the sun shines ...
|... ad praemia velox: a prince should be slow to punish and swift to reward (Ovid) |
societatis vinculum est ratio et oratio: reason and speech are the bond of society (
Cicero) socius fidelis anchora tuta est: A faithful companion is a sure anchor sol ...
|... light mantle drawn around her, and the hood over her head, sat along with her |
faithful companion, awaiting his return, ... It's myself, sure enough," rejoined that
identical personage ; " an' who are you — a woman, to be sure, who else 'id be ...
|QuotationsBook.com. Safety is from God alone. - Motto The middle station is the |
most secure. - Motto One should be of service rather than be conspicuous. -
Motto Candor gives wings to strength. - Motto A faithful companion is a sure
|Moore, Marianne A faithful companion is a sure anchor. - Motto I have seldom |
known a person, who deserted the truth in trifles and then could be trusted in
matters of importance. - Paley, Babe You mustn't always believe what I say.
|In sickness and health, in adversity and rosperity, thou art ever the faithful |
companion f man — standing by when all others forsake, ... The apostle declares
that the hope of the gospel is 'as an anchor of the soul both sure and steadfast.
|Upon these his hopes take hold; into the cliffs of these rocks he casts his anchor, |
and feels, in the midst of his greatest peril, that ... yet will the faithful Christian
keep himself firmly to the Rock of Ages, with an anchorage which sets boldly at
defiance the mightiest ... Thus the storm may rage, but the Christian is calm; for
his hopes take hold upon heaven, and he feels that his anchor is sure and
|And now, let the reader deal faithfully with himself, and examine himself whether |
he does truly love the people of God, and can thereby prove ... Are the children of
God, or the men of the world, your sought-out and chosen companions ?