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|Rob — plunder me if thou wilt, but do not say thou couldst murder one who only |
lived for llice ! There, there, take the gold; I hoarded it hut for thte. ... and the old
man, who in his passion had quitted (he bed, fell at the feet of the foiled assassin,
and writhed on the ... If men call me a miser, it was but that none might despise
thee, my heir, because nature has stunted and deformed thee, ... It was reserved
for Robespierre hereafter to make the sanguinary painter believe in the Etic
|He selected an orphan of the lowest extraction, whose defects of' person and |
constitution only yet the more moved his pity, and ... who, during Gionetta's
pretended illness, had been induced to supply her place; but the hireling an.
swered not. ... Rob—plunder me if thou wilt, but do not say thou couldst murder
one who only lived for thee ! .... To spoil her acting may be easy enough—shall
they spoil her nature'! No, I think not. There, at home, she is still good ... Hark!
what changes the ...
|There is a saving of life which is a losing of it, and what shall a man be profited if |
he gain the whole world, and forfeit his (true, higher) life? As, however, Jesus had
spoken, not only of dying, but of rising again, so now He encourages His
disciples by ... from the Father, (Jn 1 14) was permitted to burst forth, suffusing His
person and garments, and changing them into a dazzling brightness. ... Such little
faith as the man had revived under Christ's word: “I believe; help thou mine
|He hides men in the grave, as we hide our treasure in a place of secrecy and |
safety ; and he who hides, will find, and nothing (hall be lost. " O that thou
wouldest hide me, not only from the storms and troubles of this life, but for the
bliss and glory of a ... so long there are some remains of that wrath which they
were by nature children bf, so long they are under some of the ... If a man die
Jhall he live again ? ... I think it cannot be meant of his return to a prosperous
condition in this world.
|I believe Jesus was Officially anointed as king when He went to heaven after His |
resurrection. ... Jesus' nature (that is, His deity), like His title and His being
worshiped, show His superiority to angels. ... And as a mantle Thou wilt roll them
up; as a garment they will also be changed. But Thou art the same, and Thy years
will not come to an end. ... sky was split apart like a scroll when it is rolled up; and
every mountain and island were moved out of their places” (Rev. ... Men come
|I. PROVIDENCE, SATURDAY, MAY lO, 1834. NO. 49. JEalts ana SWtsccIlantes. |
THE BROTHERS. [We alluded to the ... by the young English lover to his
betrothed, during their passage by the mountain which is still otffeed by the
massive ruins of ... dearest cousin, said Warbeck, gazing passionately on her
changing cheek ; " and thou, Leoline, believe that the silent ... But Warbeck's
frame, though of equal strength, was more slender in its proportions than that of
his brother; the fair long ...
|This may refer to the conversion of a remnant of the Jews, in the days of the |
apostles: but it seems likewise to predict that of the remnant of the ... •The
Romans, being lord* of the known world, had the strength of nil nations united in
|We see man's folly displayed every where ; but this if God's wisdom, that having |
begun the work, he will finish it; having laid ... Let the saint of God but observe the
movements of his own will, but one day, oh, what changes ... as it were, this
mountain suspended on this feeble straw, who does not say that as in nature it
would be ridiculous, in grace it would be awful ? ... But before I turn to this part of
my subject, I cannot but think how, in every congregation, a vast proportion will
ever be ...
|15 Thou fshalt call, and I will answer thee : • thou wilt have a desire to the work of |
thine hands. ... 18 And surely * the mountain falling * Cometh to nought, and ' the
rock is removed out of his place. ... The change he waits for must, I world, (Ps.
188: 8.) ... I. Job liere returns to his coin- If a man die, shall he live agai?i ? must
be taken plaints ; and though he is not without ... Some think he pleads this for
relief: ' Lord, my patience will not hold out always, even rocks and mountains will
fail at ...