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|... us from evil acts. by assisting but not overcoming reason ; present fears are |
less than horrible imaginings ; fear guides more ... foolish fear doubleth danger ;
he who fears you present, will hate you absent ; he who fears to suffer, suffers
|He told me? Then it hit me. God knows what we'll face tomorrow; that's exactly |
why He asks us to trust Him today. ... God was not taking me around my fears; He
was leading me through them. ... (He who fears to suffer, suffers from fear.) ...
|~Joseph Campbell A cheerful frame of mind, reinforced by relaxation... is the |
medicine that puts all ghosts of fear on the run. ... ~Hāfez Fear makes the wolf
bigger than he is. ... ~Author Unknown He who fears to suffer, suffers from fear.
|CHAPTER 8 Fears, phobias and frozen feet He who fears to suffer, suffers from |
fear. French Proverb "Crash!" Glass shatters somewhere in your house and you
know that you are supposed to be alone at home. You feel the hairs stand up on
William Rainey Harper, Ernest DeWitt Burton, Shailer Mathews - 1913 - Read - More editions
|The student of nature will add that he is also saved physically by fear. Man, who |
cannot swim, fears the water. Unarmed, he fears the wild beast. Fear is a form of
suffering. That it is often a more acute form than actual physical suffering, no one
|The Dhammapada clearly elaborates the origin of suffering or grief as follows. |
From pleasure comes grief, from pleasure comes fear; he who is free from
pleasure neither sorrows nor fears. From (earthly) affection comes grief, from (
James F. Keating, Thomas Joseph White - 2009 - Preview
|Most do not wish Him to have the nature of the impassible God because of His |
fear during the passion and the weakness He suffered. They argue that He Who
feared and felt pain could not enjoy the confidence of power that does not fear, ...
|They assert that He Who feared and felt pain could not enjoy that confidence of |
power which is above fear, or that incorruptiort of spirit which is not conscious of
suffering : but, being of a nature lower than God the Father, He trembled with fear
|He who fears to suffer, suffers already what he fears. There are no evils but what |
are finite, and have certain bounds ; fear is the only unlimited evil. " Poor men,
how many " voluntary evils do you suffer, besides the neces- "gary onei, which ...
|spread fear around, causing people who do not aggressively apply God's Word |
to succumb to irrational fears and phobias of ... But he who fears hasnot been
made perfect in love. ... You should avoid traveling with anyone suffering from