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|Based on Reagan's leadership and on our response in World War I and II, based |
on sacrifices our founding fathers were willing to make, I think ... Besides, in the
final analysis, as one of our leaders said, duty is ours, consequences are God's.
|Through the tender mercy of our God we have reached the place of our |
destination, and vre now sit down to give you some account of our voyage. ' We
left Liverpool, Dec. ... Duty is ours — consequences must be left with God. Men
cannot be ...
|Consequences, my friends, belong no more to you, than they did to these |
apostles. Duty is ours and events are God's. If you think slavery is sinful, all you
have to do is to set your slaves at liberty, do all you can to protect them, and in
|Presents a comprehensive biography of Confederate General Thomas J. Jackson and traces his life and military career from his childhood and entrance into West Point, years of teaching at the Virginia Military Institute, Civil War campaigns, ...|
|Resolved, That we commend our southern brethren to a temperate vindication of |
their rights, to a firm reliance upon our ... The doctrines held by the abolitionists, "
that duty is ours and consequences are God's," we view as founded neither in ...
|“You can take that pony, and keep your head down,” said the officer, but Gib was |
already mounting the small gray pony, with the dispatch ... Now he knew what
Pap Doan meant when he said “duty is ours, the consequences are God's.
|It is a glorious history our God has bestowed upon His chosen people; a history |
heroic with faith in our mission and our future; ... a history of prophets who saw
the consequences of evils inherited from the past and of martyrs who died to save
us from them; a history ... We can not fly from our world duties; it is ours to execute
the purpose of a fate that has driven us to be greater than our small intentions.
|Men violate the commands of God, without miicli reflection, either at the time or aft |
IT wards : yet every ain (a marked in his book, ... This may *n£fje*t many
important duties to men of every order, for their own good, and that of iheir
neighbor*, and the rising generation. ... Text, and Sept. fear; mid thi» gircs a le:
irer sense, than ours from the margin of the Fleb. ... 3 O my mountain din the field,
I * will give thy substance and all thy treasures to the spoil, and thy Irish places lor
sin, throughout ...
|Nor doth the donation of blessings upon many, in consequence of the obedience |
of one, at all diminish the grace, but very much recommends ... Verse 23, (Duty) "
Take heed unto yourselves, lest ye forget the covenant of the Lord your God.
|-Nor doth the Donation of Blessings upon many, in Consequence os the |
Obedience os one, at all diminish the GR/ICE, but very much recommends ... 23, [
DUTY] Take heed unto your/"elves, ley? ye forget the Covenant of the Lord your