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|Nietzsche, Friedrich Suddenly is the soul oned to God when it is truly peaced in |
itself: for in Him is found no wrath. And thus I ... O'Neill, Eugene God has been
pleased to prescribe limits to his power and to work out his ends within these
|Including Phrases, Mottoes, Maxims, Proverbs, Definitions, Aphorisms, and |
Sayings of the Wise Men, in Their Bearing on Life, .... God has been pleased to
prescribe limits to His 50 own power, and to work out His ends within these limits.
|God often visits us, but most of the time we are not at home. — Joseph Roux. God |
has been pleased to prescribe limits to His own power, and to work out His ends
within these limits. — Paley. 62 IV. t%t &\f( of (Bob. " If thou knewest the.
|as the mechanism by which it has been accomplished ; and if one chemical |
change be admitted to be a reality, why may not all others ? ... even his favourite "
laws of nature" themselves, when a particular purpose requires it ; if, we say, he
can witness all these and ... God has been pleased to prescribe limits to his own
power, and to work his ends within those limits. ... and afterwards have committed
to another Being, out of these materials, and in subordination to these rules, the
task of ...
|God, therefore, has been pleased to prescribe limits to his own power, and to |
work his ends within those limits. The general laws of matter have perhaps the
nature of these limits ; its inertia, its reaction; the laws which govern the
communication of motion, ... and, afterwards, have committed to another Being,
out of these materials, and iu subordination to these rules, the task of drawing
forth a creation: a ...
|If to perceive objects by some other mode than that of touch, or objects *hich lay |
out of the reach of that sense, wre the thing proposed ; could not a ... God,
therefore, has been pleased to prescribe limits to his own power, and to work his
ends within those limits. The general laws of matter have perhaps the nature of
these limits ; its inertia, its reaction ; the laws which govern the communication of
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|I have written a prescription to help the patient. If the patient doesn't want all the pills I've recommended, that's up to him.|
|We are told that "in the work of healing let the physician work intelligently, NOT |
WITH DRUGS, but by following rational methods. Then let them by the prayer of
faith draw upon the power of God to stay the progress of disease. ... By observing
these rules, many who have been given up by the physicians may be restored to
health" (Te88). ... our SANITARIUMS that "As to drugs being used in our
institutions, it is CONTRARY TO THE LIGHT which the Lord has been pleased to
|There are elements In the spirit of the age on this subject which may require |
consideration. ... This is considered its worth; intrinsic value being out of the
question. ... of the man who, though he unites to his immo. tailty every other
element of worth has not the quality of rapid money- getting. ... And, If restrained
within healthy limits prescribed by a religious conscience, it may be favorable to
physical Improvement. ... Such a product is the working out of far higher
principles of action.
|Shall this miserable limitation which has enlisted the interest and excited the |
sympathy of the nation for years, continue logo ... 1 thought that it would work out
no practical advantage to the South, and might end in serious detriment to the
Union. ... I know what my rights are, and shall be ready, when the time comes, if it
ever should — which God in his mercy avert! ... In the midst of these various
considerations, the committee will pardon me for saying thai I have been
accustomed, in the ...