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|“Advice to Girls” MARTYRDOM Martyrdom covers a multitude of sins. P. 38r—|
Mark Twain's Notebook [1935 ed.] Martyrdom is the luckiest fate that can befall
some people. Louis XVI did not die in his bed, consequently history is very gentle
|—MIKHAIL BAKHTIN (MHS 166) Martyrdom covers a multitude of sins. —MARK |
TWAIN (unpublished notebook 46, 16) DESPITE HIS LATER practice of referring
to himself as “Saint Mark,” in a mock canonization, Twain was not inclined to ...
|~John 12:25~ Martyrdom covers a multitude of sins. ~Mark Twain~ Wherever |
there is struggle there is sacrifice, and death is a common occurrence. But we
have the interests of the people and the sufferings of the great majority at heart,
|Secondly, by martyrdom, according to the words of the psalmist: “Blessed is he to |
whom the Lord imputes no sin,”82 ... 39 Sixthly, through love, according to this: “
The love of God covers a multitude of sins” 9° through Jesus Christ our Lord.
|By martyrdom, one proved the “love [that] covers a multitude of sins” (1 Pet. 4:8).|
15 When persecution ended, martyrs continued to be idealized through their cults
, and, indeed, asceticism was cultivated as a substitute for the martyrdom that ...
|Martyrs. provocations, but I hope to be forgiven only through His grace, death, |
and sufferings, — which is the only way by which ... unto prayer ; and above all
things, have fervent charity amongst yourselves, for charity covers a multitude of
|But a constant concern for the child is not in evidence, and her decision to die a |
martyr's death brought Perpetua to a ... Refuge in the will of God can cover a
multitude of sins.30 Perpetua's child is not the only infant to appear in the
|... wealthy enough to defy any opinion that stood in her way to pleasure, and |
liberal enough to buy that charity which is supposed to cover a multitude of sins.
The world treated her with prudent respect, because she was one of the
|Piety, like charity and genius, should cover a multitude of sins, and will do so to |
all manly and ingenuous minds. Great excitement seldom picks its words ; it
deals in blunt and powerful language ; and he were a wretched critic who, in
hearing a ...