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|For many of us, our countries once feared God,but they have now generally lost |
respect for Him and for His Word. ... Churchill, prime minister of Great Britain
during World War II,wrote,“I was not the lion,but it fell to me to give the lion's roar.
|—Confucius (551–479 B.C.E.), China's most influential philosopher 2. “I was not |
a lion, but it fell to me to give the lion's roar.” —Winston Churchill (1874–1965),
British orator and prime minister 3. “I'm like a lion–I roar. If someone betrays me ...
|-Galatians 4:16 For the time has come for judgment to begin at the house of God; |
and if it begins with us first, what will be the end of those who do not obey the
gospel of God?-l Peter 4:17 "I was not the lion, but it fell to me to give the lion's
|Many people were intrigued by his sudden exit from Her Majesty's Government, |
not least because he made it clear he was determined to stay on board. In fact ...
Famously, Churchill said: "I was not the lion, but it fell to me to give the lion's roar.
|I was not the lion, but it fell to me to give the lions roar." Winston Churchill |
Leadership is a much talked about virtue in business today. We all tend to know
what leadership is but when asked to define it we are usually at a loss for words.
|But the United States has long had the luxury of studying leadership with the |
leisurely detachment that only those in peaceful, ... kept a plaque on her desk that
bore Churchill's stirring line: “I was not the lion but it fell to me to give the lion's
|We will live together in friendship and amity, and you shall love me always! ... |
Now one of the young Lions, having killed a buffalo, or an elephant, or what not,
himself ate some of it, and brought back a ... made a spring, as lions do, to kill him
, and struck against the crystal: which burst his heart asunder, and falling to the
foot of the ... This I will not do; but I will make the Jackal burst his own heart as he
lies there in the Crystal Cave. ... "Thus did this Jackal perish on hearing the Lion
|For strife witli earth and hell begins; Confirm and gird me for the war, They hate |
the soul that hates his sins. ... When all the earth was dry around, Was from it
afterwards withheld, And only fell upon the ground. ... we call, To wrestling prayer
an answer give; Pour down thy dew upon us all, That all may feel, and all may
live. HYMN XXIV. Samson's Lion. ... 6 The lions roar, but cannot kill ; Then fear
them not, my friends, They bring us, though against their will, The honey Jesus
|Just as he spoke there came from the forest a terrible roar, and the next moment |
a great Lion bounded into the road. ... But, to the Lion's surprise, he could make
no impression on the tin, although the Woodman fell over in the road and lay still.
|127 falling asleep, a troop of lions commenced to roar not far down the river, and |
I roused myself to listen to their ... Here they gave tongue in splendid style,
making the whole forest resound again, and causing me to sit up and clutch my
rifle ... under such circumstances, several of them roaring in unison will make the
whole air in their immediate vicinity vibrate and ... occasions when they have
attacked my oxen at nights, or whilst prowling about trying to do so, but kept off by