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|Maria Ebner-Eschenbach We all think we are exceptional, and are surprised to |
find ourselves criticized just like anyone else. Comtesse Diane None so empty,
as those who are full of themselves. Benjamin Whichcote The book written
|7 Death ia life, 9 and the day of they sent ¡i utioHs to them for whf/Ш nothing |
МПИ1 iu the dajrt of jf. ... for. thou. knowest. not. what. evil. shall. be. upon. the.
earth. S. If. the. clouds. be. full. of. rain,. they. empty. themselves ... Seneca, a
heathen, could say, / possess ! ity, yet, i( thou give it with an honest* heart,
nothing so completely, as that which) have .... inlying every little difficulty« and
making the worst of it« starting objections, and fancying hardship and danger
wrier« there is none, we ...
|because he could not supply himself otherwise (if he was hungry, he needed not |
tell them); but it was a piece of humiliation, that he ... 41); and by virtue of this
blessing the bread strangely multiplied, and so did the fishes, for they did all eat,
and were filled, though they ... to him, enough to fill the soul, to fill the treasures;
none are sent empty away from Christ, but those that come to him full of
|... they endure or lose for his sake. Death could not come so as to surprise this |
holy man; and the triumph of the wicked was short. ... None are sent empty away
from Christ but those who come to him full of themselves. Though Christ had
|reason why so many frequent those ordinances in vain, from N'ltw.ihstanding |
every other distinction, they must have been ... 54 He Hiath liOlpen She adds,
and holy is his name i for so Hannah his servant Israel in saitli in her sons*, There
is none holy as tlie romomhi-an^o r\f ' him ^""i/, .... have need of nothing, are full of
themselves and their own righteousness, those He sends empty away ; they
come full ...
|It is, at the best, like a flower, which withers in the hands of those that please |
themselves too much with it, and lay it in their ... of disappointment, a vail of tears,
and a dying world ; and the children of men in it are but of few days, and full of
trouble. ... See the power of God's curse, how it makes all empty, and lap all
waste ; those whom he curses, are cursed indeed. ... he can make them universal
, so that none shall escape them, or be exempt from them ; whether men have
little or much, ...
|□he explains in the next words, for there is none beside thee, 1 Sam. ... His |
mercy is on them that fear him ; it has always been so ; he has ever looked upon
them with an eye of peculiar favour, who have looked up to him with an eye of
filial fear. ... this day, that their mountain stood strong, and should never be
moved, are strangely impoverished, and sent away empty. ... are full of
themselves and their own righteousness, and think they have a sufficiency in
themselves, those he sends ...
|Hannah saith in her song, Tin-re i: none [ral] a: 'be Lard, which she explains in |
the next words,fir there i: 'mu- bcsiil' ... His mercy is on them that fear him;" it has
always been so ; he has ever look ed upon them with an eye of peculiar .... are
full of themselves, and their own righteousness, and think lhty. have a sufficnency
in themselves, those he sends away from his door; they are not welcome to him,
he sends them empty away, they come full of self, and are sent away empty of
|Let none deceive or delude themselves in their own minds, I say; let none lead |
themselves astray with empty ... Those who have not been humane, devout,
hospitable, full of good will, and compassionate shall not escape the fires of hell.
|Here he is thinking of the poor among men, to whom he has ever been the |
source of abounding comfort : to them his ... The poor from the highways and
hedges feast to the full at his royal table, yea, the blind, and the halt, and the lame
, ... be fat upon earth shall eat and worship," there is no other way of life for them,
for "none can keep alive his own soul. ... Among those who feel their need of
Jesus there are some of a mournful type of character, who count themselves
ready to perish.