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|But it may also be within my power to take a life; this awesome responsibility must |
be faced with great humbleness and ... Esteem is lifting our efforts up to the
heights of our talents, good fortune, and grace. ... Esteem can also include a
sense of humility – whereby we always struggle to do something just a little bit
better than ...
|Some people wear religious jewelry like a good luck charm that offers divine |
protection. Still others today seek a ... Grace will always lead to humility and
holiness and never to spiritual arrogance and immoral behavior. Gifts without
|It is the same with all true virtue, which always respects its Creator and its |
fellowcreatures, though none probably are more ... as well as all we can hope,
are entirely of Him and His grace alone, and earnestly desiring that all may be
devoted, not to our own honor, but to His glory. Whatever success attends our
exertions, whatever reputation honors our name, whatever good fortune crowns
our lives, we ...
|cross accidents, and humility in good fortune. Permit me never to ... to my good |
purposes. Inspire me, 0 Lord ! with a watchful care to have always a clear
conscience, a modest de- meanour, an edifying conversation, and a regular
|Maclaren, Alexander Always accept good fortune with grace and humility. - Mika, |
Mark L. Without grace beauty is an unabated hook. - Proverb, French Grace is the
beauty of form under the influence of freedom. - Schiller, Johann Friedrich Von ...
2005 - 195 pages
|... whom I serve with my spirit in the gospel of his Son, that without ceasing I |
mention you always in my prayers, l"asking that somehow ... Jewish and pagan
greetings wished people material prosperity or good fortune; the Apostle's are
wishes for ... which comes in the form of the gift of sanctifying grace, and the
virtues and gifts of the Holy Spirit, and interior peace, ... while pointing to the
grace of God he also reveals his humility; the grace of God, because the Lord
entrusted him with an ...
Graham Ward - 2008 - 560 pages
|It is nonetheless true that, for Aristotle, just as we need good fortune to begin to |
be good, so we must continue to enjoy ... It may, however, also be noted that, for
a Christian, “to be good” was dependent on “fortune” in the new guise of the
grace of God ... a philosopher) can always, in every situation, respond in a moral
fashion – even in an unambiguously moral fashion. This is partly because virtue
itself has now been redefined: the more apparently “passive” modes of humility,
|She went in as usual to her granddaughter, from whom she had not been able to |
conceal her good fortune and her hopes, ... Not knowing what course ' to take, in
order.to procure him relief, a secret voice directed me to Damas ; I thought it ...
The virtue of humility is always rated too low. ... My great-grandmother eat and
drank with the best grace she could ; and her landlord, no doubt, was diverted
with her ...
|We do not take to lanes and to the seclusion of the fields. ... The road in England |
is always well-kept, the roadbed is often like a rock, but the traveler's view is shut
in by high hedges, and ... horse to make men proud and fast and ill-mannered;
only when you go afoot do you grow in the grace of gentleness and humility. ...
You are eligible to any good fortune when you are in the condition to enjoy a
|It takes humility and grace to serve others, but it also takes humility and grace to |
allow others to serve us. The beautiful thing about a ... Aristotle defined
happiness as "good fortune joined to virtue ... a life that is both agreeable and
secure." That might do for a ... The world is constantly pursuing happiness, but
that is like chasing a shadow: it is always just beyond your reach. Jesus was their