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|If all of us woke up tomorrow and took control of our self—esteem, we would all |
have decided to stop self—criticism and to value ourselves just as we are, to
value the bodies we ... —Thaddeus Golas 'Blessed are they who heal us of self-
despising. Of all services which can be done to man, I know of none more
|Blessed are they who heal us of self-despisings," Mark Rutherford says : " of all |
services which can be done to man, I know of none more precious." The results of
this work are easier to tabulate in such figures as have been already given than ...
|... say of love when once he has found it — ' If a man wants to know the potency |
of love, he must be a menial ; he must be despised. Those who are prosperous
and courted cannot understand its power. ... should like to add one more
beatitude to those of the Gospels, and to say, ' Blessed are they who heal us of
our self-despisings.' Of all services which can be done to man, I know of none
|It is thus that he becomes the helper of the troubled soul after all. He not merely |
inflicts on us the story of his sorrows; he makes us the sharers of his aspirations.
... memorable passages of the book, "one more beatitude to those of the Gospels,
and to say, 'Blessed are they who heal us of our self- despisings.' Of all services
which can be done to man, I know of none more, precious." In some degree, it
may be said that he has earned his own beatitude ; he has comforted the
|like to add one more beatitude to those of the Gospels, and to say, 'Blessed are |
they who heal us of self-despisings.' Of all services which can be done to man I
know of none more precious. ... It is one thing to heal a man of despising others,
or hating others or wronging others ; but to heal a man of self-despising, that is
|will see about the pamphlet. ..." I should like to add one more beatitude to those |
of the gospels and to say, Blessed are they who heal us of self- despising. Of all
services which can be done to man, I know of none more precious, (pp. 188-189)
|Every true Christian as really has a cross to endure and shame to despise as |
Christ had, although his crucifixion may come in a very ... Ask him which among
all the objects of life he deems most precious, and most desirable. ... I need not
say that none can enjoy selfishness. I say more. If men would not be positively
unhappy they must cease to be selfish. Self is so ... If their eye were single for
God, they would not fail of enjoying his service ; but being selfish, they starve
themselves, and ...
|Places into which men have pushed themselves, they are apt speedily to vacate |
by dishonorable failure, as every one of these disciples ... so far from being
worthy a seat at the first place at the table, they were none of them worthy to sit at
that table at all. ... and rejected of men, was seeking the only true honor, the
honor of a heroic and divine and self-sacrificing service. ... supper, but there are
many more precious words spoken to the disciples he called his own, but spoken
also for us.
|IS such suggestions pain us, the less likely they are to defile us; even as bad |
language fails to pollute us, ... By long observation and deep penetration, our
enemy knows how powerfully the prospect of authority, honour, and greatness ...
Alas ! we find but very few men who, in all instances, decidedly and with
indignant abhorrence, silence every proposal of this kind. ... alone," and not
attempt to divide our heart between him and Mammon, which will be as ruinous
as more gross idolatry.