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|let her remember that she standeth upon slippery places, and be not highminded |
but team—Mrs. Sigourney. There are ... deserve praise is not to confer a benefit,
but to pay a tribute. ... Nothing is pleasant that is not spiced with variety—Bacon.
|let her remember that she standeth upon slippery places, and be not high- |
minded but fear. ... Where order in variety we see ; and where, though all things
differ, all agree. — Pope. Variety is ... Nothing is pleasant that is not spiced with
|Nothing is graceful that is not our own. Collier, Nothing ... Emerson. Nothing is |
insipid to the wise ; / To thee insipid all but what is mad ; / Joy season'd high and
tasting strong of guilt. ... Nothing is pleasant that is not spiced with variety. Bacon.
|Let my beloved come into his garden, and eat his pleasant fruits. h c. ... Here is |
great plc_nly uf fruits, and great variety, nothing Wanting which iiiiglit ci\hvr
lieautify,_ur enrich, this garden, might ... graces in the saints, are very fitly
compared to these' rails and spices; for, [I. They are planted, and do not grow of
themselves; the ...
|Harm, understands "frankincense, myrrh, and aloes" as generic terms, ihesecond |
including a great variety of balsams.* Will. Camphire . ... 10 How fair is thy love,
my sister, my spouse ! how much better is thy love than wine ! and the smell of
thine ointments than all spices ! 11 Thy lips, О my ... 13 Thy plants are an orchard
of pomegranates, with pleasant fruits ... Not only thy lore itself, in the heart, but all
its fruits and products in the life. ... Nothing recommends us to Christ so as this
|16), but is itself carefully locked up, that it may not by any injurious hand be |
muddied or polluted. ... was all grown over with thorns and nettles; but here are
fruits, pleasant fruits, all trees of frankincense, and all the chief spices,v. 14. Here
is a great plenty of fruits and great variety, nothing wanting which might either
beautify or enrich this garden, might make it either delightful or serviceable to its
|... of Louisiana pepper sauces, there are literally hundreds of different varieties |
ranging from the pleasantly spicy to the ... Even if you are not taking fresh
seafood home take some seafood boil with you; if nothing else, the packaging is
|Lief not be, as live to be, 65. ... the weariest and most loathed, 31 , nothing |
became him like the leaving of his, 44. ... 5 sequester'd vale of, 189. , Variety's the
spice of, 201. _, how pleasant is thy morning, 21 . ,7thou art a galling load, 217.
|16 11 Awake, O north wind ; and come, thou south ; blow upon my garden, that |
the spices thereof may flow out. PLet my beloved come into his garden, and eat h
is pleasant fruits. CHAPTER V. ... Not only thy love itself, but all its fruitsand
products, its working in the heart, its works in the life. ... Here are great plenty of
fruits, and great variety, nothing wanting which could beautify or enrich this
garden, could ...
|You know where to go, for to you the "beds of spices" are well known, and you |
have so often smelled the perfume of the "sweet flowers, "that you ... the least
glimpse of Him is exceedingly refreshing to my spiritual sense and yields a
variety of delights. In Jesus I find not only fragrance, but a bed of spices; not one
flower, but all manner of sweet flowers. ... The rose is delightful to the eye, and its
scent is pleasant and refreshing; so each of the senses of the soul, whether it be
the taste or ...