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|He calls himself a Physician, not for those thai are whole, but for those that are |
sick. ... imperfectly : we speak, think, and act imperfectly : we fight against the
devil, the world, and the flesh imperfectly : let us therefore not be ashamed to
confess plainly our state of imperfection : yea, let us not be ashamed to confess
imperfection even in our best works. ... to us and to our fathers, open shame : we
have sinned, we have done ungodly, we have dealt unrighteously in all thine
|He saith, He came not to save, but the sheefi that were utterly lost and cast awayj |
Therefore few of the proud, just, learned, wise, perfect, ... and hope imperfectly:
we speak, think, and do imperfectly: we fight against the devil, the world, and the
flesh imperfectly: let us therefore not be ashamed to confess plainly our state of
imperfection: yea, let us not be ashamed to ... Let us all say with holy Baruch, 0
Lord our God, to us is worthily ascribed shame and confusion, * Matth, xii. f Mjtth.
|I think not, surely not necessarily. ... A good bit of what Julian says about shame, |
then, indicates that what she means by shame is not something we feel in
relation to ... Let me expand this point by bringing out that what Julian and Adams
mean by "shame" is not related to pride as ... sin is pain.40 But Julian does speak
of our being ashamed and even has in place our wanting to go and hide or
|The works of the French essayist reflect his views of morality, society, and customs in the late sixteenth century|
|"Beloved, think it not strange concerning the fiery trial which is to try you, as |
though some strange thing happened unto you," 1 Pet. iv. ... Let us apply to
martyrdom for duties, what we have said concerning martyrdom for doctrines, and
we shall be obliged to conclude, ... A man who can say to God, as our prophet
said, "I will speak pf thy testimonies before kings, and will not be ashamed," finds
a rich reward, first in the ideas which a sound reason gives him of shame and
glory; secondly, ...
|fly swiftly; but be is pleased to employ us, to hid us go for him. ... If we be not a |
shame to our office, it is well ; wehave no reason to be ashamed of it. ... And let
not any think themselves too good to be thus employed, as if the lowest of the
people were as fit to be messengers for ... If we go for God, then we must faithfully
deliver his mind, in his name ; and when we do so, we may speak as having
|But it is not of these we now speak, but at present concerning the things of Paul. |
... “Let thy mercy, O Lord, be upon us, according as we have hoped in Thee. ...
written in another place, “Look to the generations of old and see, did any one
hope in the Lord, and was made ashamed? ... Do not, when I mention my bonds,
think shame of the matter; so manifold good hath it caused to me, that it hath even
|Macdonald, George It is the weak and confused who worship the |
pseudosimplicities of brutal directness. - Mcluhan, Marshall Let us not be
ashamed to speak what we shame not to think. - Montaigne, Michel Eyquem De
Not to expose your true ...
|But if he was not himself audacious, he would never attempt to do as he does : |
but let us still resist him ; for, notwithstanding all his ... I think we must cry to him,
for help against Shame, that would have us be valiant for truth upon the earth. ...
Qiving way to tame, prevents much glory being brought to our hnt, who is not
ashamed to call us brethren. ... for, to speak the truth, there are but few that care
thus to spend their time as they arc in their travels ; but choose much rather to be
|How does our self-consciousness—which now expresses itself as shame, or let |
us say embarrassment—make us ... When in “Self-Reliance” Emerson says that
we dare not (as if we are ashamed to) say “I think,” “I am,” as if barred from the ...