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|He had accepted them as they were and invited them to experience life as God |
intended it. ... They had seen him free people from some terrible situations but
they had not yet arrived at the point of trusting Him in all situations, particularly
|The soldier's warfare: Not a human struggle, but a spiritual struggle 4. ... |
Immediately upon receiving Christ, the believer finds himself in a constant
struggle. ... His calling is not to a life of enjoyment and ease, but to a life of hard
|My Life in the Struggle for the Liberation of Zimbabwe of liberation because they |
had no military training themselves. ... For our part, only guerrilla warfare could
puncture any conventional strategy intended to counter guerrilla warfare no
matter how watertight it was constructed in ... But this is not to deny that sabotage
is one of the key destroyers of enemy strategic pillars when applied
simultaneously or in ...
|We make use of our atomic superiority, not by dropping A-bombs on our enemy |
but by letting our enemy know that we are perfectly capable of dropping them on
him. ... No one suggests that political warfare alone can win the struggle. But ...
|Yes, life was a warfare. Not always with outward foes. The struggle need not be |
one that a looker-on could measure or see, but the warfare must be maintained—
the struggle must only cease with life. It had been so with her father, she knew; ...
|The word warfare, in Latin agonia, not only expresses struggle, but also the |
painful anxiety with which every faithful ... that the battle of these contrary forces,
Augustine's entire dialectical struggle, translates the doctrine and life of St. Paul.
|the truth that this is no light undertaking; that in this warfare there are no quiet |
winte quarters into which we may retire, no light Summer ... a foe who flees at our
first approach; but that the Struggle is inevitable, that is real, that our enemy is
powerful, Sleepless, and relentless; ... He then goes on to Say that God "will, wit
the temptation also make a way to escape"; but the escape is not to be from
Alexander McConnell, William Revell Moody, Arthur Percy Fitt - 1900 - Read - More editions
|We are set here in our own persons to live lives of unceasing warfare, lives that |
shall know no truce with sin within, ... Every little inch of gain in life is won by
struggle, by tears, by disappointment, by failure. ... For life is not as idle ore, But
iron dug from central gloom, And heated hot with burning fears And dipped in
baths of ...
|"For though we walk in the flesh, we do not war after the flesh: (For the weapons |
of our warfare are not carnal, but mighty through God to the pulling down of
strong holds" (2 Corinthians 10:3-4) "We ... Life is, at times, a struggle, even a
|cists, and that the frightful gas casualties they were experiencing were but the |
forerunners of 100 per cent, casualties in the front lines. ... reprisal against a
dastardly foe in a life-and-death struggle, but something afterwards to be buried,
forgotten, and abandoned, like a hidden sin. ... virtual extinction of the Chemical
Warfare Service that it was his belief that gas warfare would not be permitted in