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|Horace Make a good use of the present. - Horace He that has given today may, if |
he so please, take away tomorrow. - Horace They change their climate, not their
soul, who rush across the sea. - Horace A portion of mankind take pride in their ...
|It is not so!” 3 Then David took an oath again, and said, “Your father certainly |
knows that I have found favor in your eyes, and he ... 5 And David said to
Jonathan, “Indeed tomorrow is the New Moon, and I should not fail to sit with the
king to eat. ... 6 “If your father misses me at all, then say, 'David earnestly asked
permission of me that he might run over to Bethlehem, his ... But if it please my
father to do you harm, then I will disclose it to you and send you away, that you
may go in safety.
|He had thought he would feel very different, becoming—legally—a man. But the |
only difference now, was that old Anna Green who had been always so good to
him, who had taken care of him almost all his life, now was dying. ... The doctor,
who had given Lee the medicines and said he would be back in the morning,
hadn't fooled her. ... "Tomorrow—you're too tired now—" "For me," she said with
her gentle smile, "there may not be any tomorrow—not here. ... And so he—went
|But I swear to you that I am only a step away from death! ... I've always eaten with |
the king on this occasion, but tomorrow I'll hide in the field and stay there until the
evening of the third day. 6 If ... 8 Show me this loyalty as my sworn friend—for we
made a solemn pact before the Lord—or kill me yourself if I have sinned against
your father. But please don't betray me to him! ... 13But if he is angry and wants
you killed, may the Lord strike me and even kill me if I don't warn you so you can
|They had had all the materials, and by now he had had experience in godhood. |
He was ready. But he ... “You were right,” he said simply. “I wasn't ready. Send
me back to 1381 again. Please.” “Perhaps,” Samantha said. “I don't understand.
|so absolutely hideous in feeling like this about a man who — whom I " She broke |
off and sat down on a sofa abruptly, almost ... It's quite possible that he may take
my view — and go; but in case he doesn't, and tries to bother you any more " "
He's been! He's written! He says he will see me. He has guessed that something
has turned me against him." "He knows now what it is. Now I want you to write a
note to him which I will leave at the desk in case he calls tonight or tomorrow
|She: "Who?" He: "The curtain, of course." She: "You needn't be so snippy about it. |
'She' generally means a woman. ... He: "Neither have you. ... Usher: "Madame,
will you please remove your hat?" She (As she jerks the hatpins out) : "Yes, if you'
ll take away that arbor in front of me. ... She: "Let me take the glasses for a
moment. That looks like the Spinks. So it is. Now I wonder where they got the
price of two ... I may have invited the Perkinses to go to a movie show. ... You get
|And I said to her on the next day, 'Give your son, that we may eat him'; but she |
has hidden her son. ... 31Then he said, “God do so to me and more also, if the
head of Elisha the son of Shaphat remains on him today!” 32But ... came to him,
he said to the elders, “Do you see how this son ofa murderer has sent someone
to take away my head? ... Thus says the LORD: 'Tomorrow about this time a seah
of fine ...
|So listen! None of us has a promise of tomorrow, so we must look at ourselves as |
human beings and live for today. ... Death may be calling us soon. ... Man! If you
are mixed up or confused, if you are letting enemies tell you that you are a good
person, that you do no wrong, you don't lie, you don't steal, that you do good to ...
Please ask Jesus into your life, for He will take all these mixed-up thoughts away.
|THEODORE But I've been running around so much, I wonder ifI might sit down a |
minute. CHRISTINE Please do— (busies herselfnear the window) FRITZ an
undertone) Any news?— Have you discovered how she is? THEODORE an ...
THEODORE But if he's coming back tomorrow— CHRISTINE Ah, I know he's
going to be away much longer... Fritz winces. ... I may address you as 'du', by now
, I take it.