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|No man was ever written out of reputation but by himself. Monk. No man was |
more foolish when he had not a pen in his hand, or more wise when he had. ...
No one can be despised by another until he has learned to despise himself. Sen.
|changed that what we would now consider the poverty of an exile would then |
have been regarded as the patrimony of a prince. Protected by such ... No one
can be despised by another until he has learned to despise himself. The man
|Seneca True happiness is to enjoy the present, without anxious dependence |
upon the future, not to amuse ourselves with either hopes or fears but to rest ...
Seneca No one can be despised by another until he has learned to despise
|Seneca No one can be despised by another until he has learned to despise |
himself. - Seneca Oppose not rage while rage is in its force, but give it way a
while and let it waste. - Shakespeare, William Wisely, and slow. They stumble
that run ...
|He that despises his fellow-servants, will end with despising God Himself. |
MORAL. Let us not then despise one another, for that is an evil training which
teaches us to despise God. ... Wherefore God said, “Jacob have I loved, but Esau
have I hated.” (Rom. ix. 13; Mal. ... Let us not therefore despise one another, lest
we learn also to despise God. ... Death would only the more certainly overtake
thee, when there were none to prepare bread or till the earth for thee; wild beasts
would prowl ...
|For many have learned how to offer the other cheek, but do not know how to love |
him by whom they are struck. ... which the Lord Himself gives the precept, when
He says, “If any man will sue thee at the law, and take away thy coat. ... by him
who desires to take him away, I do not know whether any one would dare to say
that he ought to be despised like a garment. ... what is more tolerable, He has
gradually gone on, until He has reached as far as the enduring of twice as much
|Whoever despises this office has no promise that God will let him experience his |
grace in some extraordinary manner. ... world, and he will also not affirm any
other public teaching office in his church than solely the one he himself has
supplied. ... for all true, rightly believing Christians their greatest confidence lies
in their being spiritual priests through Christ before God ... It is good if you have
learned and understand God's Word but if you also imagine that you want to be
the necessary ...
|It also appertains to such a virgin, that she would not only be despised here of |
men, but that she should also despise herself, and suffer patiently all that
happens to her, concealing it in her heart and complaining to no one. ... to pour
out upon himself has no real ground in humility; but, when he is despised and
scorned by another who is his equal, or still more, by one who is his inferior, he is
cut to the quick; and then a man will learn to know how little humble and patient
he really is.
|And thus is solved the question which might have been otherwise raised. fblg |
Paul reproves the Corinthians because ... But milk, here, is not elementary
doctrine, which one perpetually learns; and never comes to the knowledge of the
... men; for, as a great part of the world reject him, and even many abhor him, he
might for this reason be despised by us; ... It is, indeed, certain that no one will
seriously and from the heart devote himself to God, until he is fully persuaded that
he shall not ...
|17 These b things I command you, that ye love one another. 18 If c the world hate |
you, ye know that it hated me before it hated you. 19 If ye were of the world, the
world would love his own : but because ye are not of the world, but I have chosen