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|Change, indeed, is painful, yet ever needful; and if memory have its force and |
worth, so also has hope. Thomas Carlyle Change is ... Tryon Edwards Christians
are supposed not merely to endure change, nor even to profit by it, but to cause it.
|Christians are supposed not merely to endure change, nor even to profit by it, but |
to cause it. - Fosdick, Harry Emerson When you're finished changing, you're
finished. - Franklin, Benjamin Sometimes the answer to prayer is not that it
|Start with a smile South Dakota is so underpopulated that merely by entering it |
you become a member of the state ... Paul Frost Seize the summits Christians are
supposed not merely to endure change, nor even profit by it, but to cause it.
|Great living starts with a picture, held in your imagination, of what you would like |
to do or be. - Fosdick, Harry ... Fosdick, Harry Emerson Christians are supposed
not merely to endure change, nor even to profit by it, but to cause it. - Fosdick ...
|Even your eternal self, whichgoeson existing and growingafter your physical |
body dissolves,undergoes its owncontinual evolution. ... Change happens not
only to you, it happens through youand extends its transformative
dynamictoothers. ... from 1878to 1969, said, Christians are supposednot
merelyto endure change, noreventoprofit byit, butto cause it. Of course, we
actually do profit from change, but we also act as prophets of itat least, wedo
when weactinthetrue spirit of Christ.
|But every writing, 1 if it be brought forward new and unheard of, or be |
commended by few, with no reason to confirm it, it is ... But if they say that we are
not even to believe in Christ, unless undoubted reason shall be given us, they
are not Christians. ... But who can endure that these profess to belong to Christ,
who contend that they are to believe nothing, unless they ... should change water
into wine,1 to omit other (miracles), if men would follow Him, doing no such, but (
only) teaching; ...
|For Jesus not only says that they put on ap- pearnaces, but he levels [an even |
more] vehement attack against them when he ... to one's manner of professing
Christianity, and if one is doing this of choice and not merely enduring it through
necessity, ... 5 Trials of one kind or another that cause these people to lose the
very advantages they have gained through their ... ought not to change their skin
even though wolves sometimes hide themselves beneath it, so a Christian ought
not try to ...
|For He not only disarmed death and vanquished it, but even destroyed it, and |
made it quite cease from being. ... So that it was no small change which the law
brought in, first causing us to know sin better, and then enhancing the
punishment. ... Since even the presence of Christ made the Jews' burden heavier
, yet must we not therefore blame it, but while we the more admire it, we must
hate them the ... For nothing so disquiets as the thought that we are buffeted
without cause or profit.
|For the believer hath no need to see a sign, but requires only teaching and |
catechizing. ... but, is not for a sign, as the tongue, i.e., a mere sign without
profit: nor is the tongue any way useful to believers; for its only work is to ... But
when thou hearer of unbelievers, do not suppose that the same persons are in
every case intended, but at one time they ... is without, as though by it
establishing Christ's doctrine; he signifies that not only it gives no aid to the cross,
but even makes it void.
|Read the account of this persecution in the book of the Acts, dictated, as it is |
supposed to have been, by Paul himself to St. ... not by the hand of nature not
with the solace and consolation of friends, nor even with the mitigated terrors
of a modern execution, but death accompanied by every act of barbarity which
refined malice could invent, and human nature endure. Jerusalem was thus soon
purged »f the followers of Christ, but not even so was this vindictive man to be