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|Emerson, Ralph Waldo He that falls into sin is a man; that grieves at it, is a saint; |
that boasteth of it, is a devil. - Fuller, Thomas Sin ... Gurdjieff, George Many of the
insights of the saint stem from their experience as sinners. - Hoffer, Eric Sin has ...
|Hoffer, Eric Many of the insights of the saint stem from their experience as sinners|
. - Hoffer, Eric A successful social technique consists perhaps in finding
unobjectionable means for individual self-assertion. - Hoffer, Eric Social
improvement is ...
|At least two of them were vilified in the positio by name, yet neither of them was |
permitted to defend their reputations. ... perhaps with the example of St.
Augustine in mind, "Many of the insights of the saint stem from his experience as
|S Ambrose Bierce once described a saint as "a dead sinner revised and edited. |
... with a similar touch of cynicism, observed that "many of the insights of the saint
stem from his experience as a sinner. ... "holy," and believers then invariably
thought of themselves as having been sanctified or made holy through their faith.
|In the same way, an educated man cannot yet understand the experiences of |
enlightened saints.... — El-Ghazali Pioneers have to tread a lonely road. It is so in
order that they may stand out as great, solitary figures, which act as landmarks to
guide those who come after them. ... There is but one Spirit: he has no enemy. ...
Sajata Many of the insights of the saint stem from his experience as a sinner.
|MOrMON Alma 7:11–12 • HE WILL TAKE UPON HIM THEIR INFIRMITIES (Refer |
in this text to Mosiah 3:7; Mosiah 14:4.) ... 1997 [Salt Lake City: The Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, 1997], 66) ————— For many years I thought
of the Savior's experience in the garden and on the cross as ... But more than that
, more than just knowing us, He knows how to help us if we come to Him in faith.
|Imaginative literature uncovers through vivid characterization the complex human |
motives and experiences that shape ... Notwithstanding their many differences,
these disciplines serve to highlight the sources of illusion that come to
characterize thinking about credit and debt. They provide material and insights
that cast doubt on the belief in sovereign creditworthiness as quantifiably
determinable and in ...
|Nicholas Speier is the pastor of St. Athanasius Orthodox Church in Goleta, |
California. He writes: As a youth worker I've given many talks on confession and
on the need to repent of our sins so they don't fester as unkept sores or root in us
as bad habits. In speaking ... Two experiences come to mind. ... I remember this
as a profound experience with them in getting deeply into their souls. ... More
than once have I seen teens be given insight into their struggles, and relief from
|... are an indication that hehas come to see Romero's courageous stand against |
tyranny as a more Christian way than the policy ... 60 Bergoglio's personal
failures as Provincial, if such they were, were therefore not wasted, for the
experience of ... confident of their own importance and superior insight.61 The
greatest religious leaders, he thinks, 'were men who left ... to'travel with patience'.
63 These attitudes informed Bergoglio's ministry asArchbishop, and seemed to
many a hopeful ...
|All of the prior dimensions are conjecture based on my experiences in building |
construction. One base per post is the count. ... The Old Testament saints were
waiting for Christ to come to have their sins put under the blood. The posts had ...