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|This new edition features an Afterword by George Hendrick, a James Jones scholar, who discusses the novel's origin and eventual censorship at the hands of its first publisher.|
|If only to distract us from the fact that each subsequent step may be our entry into |
Paradise, to eternal salvation, or else may end with a fall ... Scientific activity is,
just like any other pastime, a waste oftime—but none of us has any time to waste.
|... at all events, make arrangements for so doing by means of a good resolution ; |
for I don't like, when people read a great deal, without any practical result. It is
only a waste of time. Do, therefore, as I request, and make such arrangements as
|“Absolutely notand don't waste time arguing. We should stick together, and you |
may need my help. I'm not going back without you.” Galveron scowled at her—but
she knew that he knew he couldn't make her go back. “All right,” he said coldly.
|Given enough time these once vertical wooden giants become so soft you can |
put your fist through them. Even without karate ... Those maggots waste no time at
all in converting a corpse to a shadow of its former self. So, there you have it.
|Dreams are not a waste of time. Dreams are not something we do because we |
are lazy or wish we could be away from where we are. Dreams are developed in
our minds—minds that are part of a living, breathing, functioning body—which
|Protestantism also strained to level the hierarchy that allowed some Christians to |
be closer to God and eternity than ... twentiethcentury theologian Karl Barth.42
Mysticism as Delusion Needless to say, if monasticism was a waste of time and
re sources, so was its prime objective, contemplation of divine, eternal realities.
|An autistic child presents revelations about her own past lives, Jesus, and the concept of spiritual masters|
|In verse 2 the earth was a waste, without form, vain, confusion, empty, nothing, |
wilderness (Isa 24:10; Job 38:26). You can see that God did not originally create
the earth in such a condition as this; which was 71 Time in Eternity.
|But we can't have those things and still invest the cost of them toward something |
eternal. Likewise, we can waste time recklessly and still go to heaven. But we can
't waste time and invest that same time in an eternal work. We frequently make ...