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|The whole problem with some of them is that they don't know how to enjoy life on |
earth, yet they hope to enjoy afterlife. ... "It is not how many years we live, but
rather what we do with them," says General Evangeline Cory Booth of Salvation ...
|Boese, Paul The measure of a life, after all, is not its duration, but its donation. - |
Boom, Corrie Ten It is not how many years we live, but rather what we do with
them. - Booth, Evangeline Cory There's night and day, brother, both sweet things;
|Yet we are social beings; we live with other people who form an essential part of |
our environment. In so far as we think of them as having an inner life which is as
important to them as ours is to us, we do not seek to control and predict their
behaviour. ... After all, natural science has been a subject of interest for many
people for many hundreds of years. ... do about others, that is not so much
because some things are easier to investigate than others, though that is no
doubt true, but rather ...
|And they who partake of corn and wine, and the fruits of trees, of water and of air, |
do not feed with demons, but rather do they ... who have been set over the things
of this world: and that we must do as long as we live, that they may prove good
and kind. ... of God;” and we are not to refuse to enjoy those things which have
been created for our use, but must receive them with thanks-giving to the Creator.
|The plagues we remember are not only the traditional plagues, but contemporary |
ones like the making of war and the despoilation of the ... For many of us, the
celebration of Passover has become one of the highlights of the church year as
we have ... but rather as a living part of OUR tradition and OUR future. ... But one
thing we do know that memories of people we love live on lon after they have
|Many Voices, Many Views Mary E. Hunt, Diann L. Neu ... On any one day we do |
not know what will happen ahead of time, that is, what the structure of the liturgy
will be or what texts, ... For years now—decades, really—women have been
working to create liturgical experiences that deal with the world as they ... but
rather in many spaces along its edges. Feminist Christians do not rest in the
certainty that exists in the center of Christian institutions (it has limited them);
rather, we live in a ...
|evant if it demonstrates that what we do for patients helps them to live long, |
functional, symptom-free lives. ... As Wurman states, "In reality there has not been
an information explosion, but rather an explosion of non-information, or stuff that
|Much of what we believe about God is based on our senses of dependence, trust |
or presence, which we do not ... But then most of the beliefs on which we act and
live are tacit beliefs disposing us to certain kinds of actions rather than to others.
... But we can only become aware of them by making them explicit, and we can
do this only by restating and interpreting them against ... We live in the presence
of God long before we can identify God's activity and divine presence with our life
|In erotic love we want the person to belong to us, to have them exclusively for |
ourselves; it is characterized by a desire to ... We do not live for someone else but
rather he or she lives for us, and we maintain the relationship just so long as we ...
|If ye fey ye sent to conquer us, to the end we should not be barbarous, nor live |
like tyrants, but that ye would we should live ... of all is, that neither those who
govern will remedy so many evils as are committed, nor those which are offended
dare complain. ... they have but one which purfueth them, and here in this Senate
they are ill-wih'd i f all, and that is, because lie which ... But if you do not so, but