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|Be more prompt to go to a friend in adversity than in prosperity. ... Christie, |
Agatha Treat your friends as you do your pictures, and place them in their best
light. - Churchill, Jennie ... Cicero, Marcus T. Friends are proved by adversity. -
|Certainly, if it is necessary to give witness, then, when one knows of any fault in a |
friend, one ought to rebuke him secretly— if he does not listen, one ... Sirach 22:
26 In adversity, too, a friend is proved, for in prosperity all seem to be friends.
|Even if a friend thinks himself hurt, still rebuke him; and if the bitterness of the |
correction wounds his mind, still rebuke him and fear not. “The wounds of ... 763
In adversity, too, a friend is proved, for in prosperity all seem to be friends. But as
|Do not be afraid of such displeasure, for the voice of the just says: Though evil |
come upon me, I will endure it for a friend's sake. In adversity, too, a friend is
proved, for in prosperity all seem to be friends. But as in adversity patience and ...
|Whether it is right to break one's faith, and so aid and maintain a friend's |
advantage? 126. And Scripture also says : "A maul, and a ... In adversity, too, a
friend is proved, for in prosperity all seem to be friends. But as in adversity
patience and ...
|Friends. were. proved. wrong. The Friends of Job did not believe Job's innocence |
and continued to argue that he might have been reaping the result of his sins just
as the wicked and the unrighteous would experience. They continued to ask ...
|You discern your friend's countenance by means of your body; you discern your |
faith by means of your mind ; but your friend's faith is not ... It is true that we can
have a friend even in prosperity, but he is proved more surely in adversity.
|Cicero, Marcus T. Friends are proved by adversity. - Cicero, Marcus T. Friendship |
is the only thing in the world concerning the usefulness of which all mankind are
agreed. - Cicero, Marcus T. Friendship makes prosperity brighter, while it ...
|But if yon see it not, how do you repay in turn the good will of your friend, if what |
you cannot see, you believe not ? Will you haply ... And yet it is true that a friend
may be had also in prosperity, but proved more surely in adversity. But assuredly
|Seemeth it therefore to you that we must wish for our own affliction, that our |
friend's love towards us may be proved? And shall no man be happy in most sure
friends, unless he shall be unhappy through adversity? so that, forsooth, he enjoy