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|... their plate forward on the jable, put their elbows on it and lean their head on |
their hand, in order to rest themselves, or otherwise. ... their parents what they are
in reality; they do not seeel themselves restricted by their presence, and their
parents on that account know them the better. Hence also results that the children
have a certain something free, easy, and bold in their motions and in their counte
|All the emanations from the Father, therefore, are Fullnesses, and all his |
emanations have their roots in the one who ... his head, which is rest for them,
and they remain there near to it so that they receive embraces in his presence,
but these  do not appear as though this were the case. They do not exceed
themselves, and they do not fall short of the Father's glory,† nor do they think of
him as small, ...
|The very young may fear separation and demand a parent (usually the mother) to |
be present all the time . ... Professionals also have their feelings –
opportunities should be identified for mutual support. ... The need for a
professional presence may change; some parents will be confident enough to
have less of a presence, others might ... As time slips away, being with their child
becomes very precious for parents, and they may forget to look after themselves
and fail to eat properly.
|But ifa mandarine has greatly distinguished himself by his equity and humanity, |
the literati cause a garment to be they *cry ... They have always such
compliments in their mouths, which they utter in an affecting tone, though they
seldom proceed ... they cry, The service the Lord has done for his meanest
servant has greatly affected me. to his father, will call himself his ... They speak
little, and always stand in their presence ; and on their birth-days, and on other
occasions, they salute ...
2007 - 1050 pages
|Motive X. Lastly, consider, that holy, well-governed families are blessed with the |
special presence and favour of God. They are his churches where he is
worshipped ; his houses where he dwelleth : he is engaged both by love and ...
did themselves receive that venom from their parents, in their birth and education,
which inclineth them to all this mischief. ... quicken considerate parents to this
duty ; and though most that I have to say for it be already said in my "Saints' Rest,"
part iii. chap.
|Through love they have attained already what they lack and they long for nothing, |
because, so far as they can in this ... They have no need to train their spirit to be
calm, for their mind is at rest because they are persuaded that all things work
together for good. ... They love others with no mere human fondness, but as the
objects of the love of a loved and loving Father. ...  All alike have drawn from
Jesus Christ, who hides Himself from those who in their own imaginations are
wise and ...
|Peter (in Chapter 2) argued with his mother in a counselling session about |
whether he minded that his father could not play football. ... snakes and ladders
with his father but he now found that boring because he had to make all the
moves: it was like playing by himself. ... Parents who are ill often seem to
overlook the importance to their children of their presence. ... Children endow
their parents with far more power and authority than they actually have, whether
they are ill or healthy.
Matthew Henry - 1809
|Though they dig into hell, into the centre of the earth, or the darkest recesses of it, |
yet thence shall my hand take tliem, and bring ... Though they hide themselves
there, where they imagine nobody will look for them, ' I will search, and take them
out ... That which binds on all this, and makes their escape impossible, and their
ruin inevitable, is, that God will " set his ... Their cafe is truly miserable, who have
the providence of God, and all the dispensations of it, against them, working for ...
|So, them aside by themselves, a little in advance of the rest ' He nto them, My |
soul is exceeding sorrovful, even unto death ... of his soul — no matter irhat
cause — can neither be understood nor relieved by any re, ho seeks not creature
presence ; ho ... But when He reached tho age of boyhood, at the age of twelve,
when taken up by His parents for the first timo to the ... Long before this they must
have told Him of these festivals, with their stately sen-ices, and as the time
approached for ...