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|When the Divine Being took upon himself human nature, he came nearer the |
sinner than he could otherwise have been ... [How beautifully has it been said :
Nothing is further than Earth from Heaven — Nothing is nearer than Heaven to
|QuotationsBook.com. - Goethe, Johann Wolfgang Von Heaven must be an |
awfully dull place if the poor in spirit live there. ... Hardy, Thomas Nothing is
further than earth from heaven, and nothing is nearer than heaven to earth. -
Hare, David ...
|The loss of a friend often afflicts us less by the momentary shock, than when it is |
brought back to our minds some time afterward by the sight of some object ...
Nothing is further than Earth from Heaven; nothing is nearer than Heaven to
|Nothing is further than Earth from Heaven : nothing is nearer than Heaven to |
Earth. u. / will close this Volume with the following Ode to Italy, written by my
Brother nearly thirty years ago, in November 1818. What would then have been
|But anon rose-tinted clouds, call them rather streaks of rosy light, come forward in |
the West, as it were to announce the tidings of a joyous resurrection. u. Nothing is
further than Earth from Heaven : nothing is nearer than Heaven to Earth. u.
|Nothing is further than earth from heaven ; nothing is nearer than heaven to earth|
. A DREAM.* THE day's duties were done, the bookseller's monthly ROMANCE
OF MODERN MISSIONS. 23.
|Suddek resolutions, like the sudden rise of the mercury in the barometer, indicate |
little else than the changeableness of the weather. Nothing is further than earth
from heaven ; nothing is nearer than heaven to earth. 0 that old age were truly ...
2008 - 380 pages
|And one perhaps nearing its end.ndash;Michel FoucaultThe mantram becomes one's staff of life and carries one through every ordeal.|
Philip Schaff - 2007 - 636 pages
|But what, in all parts of the world, can be found nearer to a, total formlessness |
than the earth and the deep? ... shapes, CHAP, VII, — OUT OF NOTHING GOD
MADE HEAVEN AND EARTH, 7, And whence and in what manner was this,
unless from Thee, from whom are all things, in so far as they are? But by how
much the farther from Thee, so much the more unlike unto Thee; for it is not
distance of place.