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1908 - 1029 pages
|Divim- is Love and Bcorneth worldly pelf, And ean be bought with nothing but |
with self. A. W. I.'nrt the Only Price of Love (from Davison's Rhapsody). Like
Dian's kiss unasked, unsought, Love gives Itself, but is not bought. Longfellow.
|Yes, knows better than parents and counsellors what to do with love : Doing the |
worst it can, still knows better than any guardian what ... offers me great rewards if
these rewards are not rewards of love I would rather take my chances with death,
And though love gives no end ... the mother gives up almost everything, almost
life itself, to get her child, As the seed gives up almost everything, almost life itself,
Bret W. Davis, Brian Schroeder, Jason M. Wirth - 2011 - 331 pages
|which, to repeat, we have a giver who is not a being, a giving which does not give |
any thing, a gift which is not directed ... 29 The qualification “is not” removes God
as agapē from being; the description “gives (itself)” implies that divine love is at ...
|For the Gospel of John, God is agape. Agape, argues Marion, is beyond all |
conditions, free of Being. Love gives itself. It does not require that an interlocutor
receive it, that it be accommodated in some abode, or that a condition affirm it.
God as ...
|... world, it was not heaven. It fell away into sin Then came the Son who, through |
his love, was to give the Father's ... through unsuspected love. In love, there
always remains a residuum that is not articulated, precisely because love gives
|He came to bring the love of God within reach of His people, “so that the love with |
which You loved Me may be in them” (John 17:26 ). Jesus is the perfect example
of how love gives of itself, not counting the risk too great or the cost too high.
|Love gives — gives itself, if need be, sacrifices itself for its object. ... giving itself |
for the good of man, yea, more than that, love divine stooping to the lowliest
depths of self-denial, self-abnegation, self-sacrifice, not pleasing itself, not
Herb Galewitz - 1998 - 60 pages
|It is a beautiful trait in the lover's character, that he thinks no evil of the object |
loved. It is difficult to know at what moment love begins; it is less difficult to know
that it has begun. Imve gives itself; it is not bought. There is nothing. The falling
out of ...
|Love gives naught but itself and takes naught but from itself. Love possesses not |
nor would it be possessed; For love is sufficient unto love. When you love you
should not say, "God is in my heart," but rather, "I am in the heart of God." And
David Neville - 2002 - 470 pages
|'Love is not jealous or boastful; it is not arrogant or rude. Love does not insist on |
its own way; it is not irritable or resentful; it does not rejoice at wrong' (1 Cor 13:5f)
. These many ... Love gives itself away and thereby becomes what it is. Love is ...