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|Both D'Argo and Crichton are simply floating, hand in hand, holding on to each |
other because they fear the reality of ... in the refraction of both rather than the
crystallization of one or the other: Crichton: Hey, D'Argo— how come I'm not
afraid? D'Argo: Fear accompanies the possibility of death. Calm shepherds its
|... cireumstances where they are constantly having conflict about whether it will |
work." One of the things that complicate Crichton's and Aeryn's relationship are
his feelings about the Peacekeeper tech, Gilina Mays, whom they encounter on ...
|But he being of a cheeiful.yet strong mind, had withstood every attempt they had |
made to excite his fears iu regard to the ... With what a calm resignation to the will
of Providence has the fond husband committed to the earth hlsyoungand ... 1
answer, because he believed that he should meet her in heaven, a purified spirit,
where death could no more separate. ... Shepherd of Israel ! ... of the human race
would be lost, and what certainty was there that yourfriend was not among the
|Birds and fowls that rest one foot to ease the other, natu< rally lay their heads |
under their wings, that the center of avity may all upon the foot .... --He ncvcr did
fall ass', my sovereign liege, But by the chance nt war. o'lmftjþeau'r Henry IV. p i.
|to be dead, if an interest is being roused in the text of that inspired volume which |
has so many secrets to impart to the ... art of logic and persuasion, the conditions
of their uncertain certainty, their probable assurance, their plausible conviction. ...
the view that there exists such a port as the one for which they had embarked;
and that the course laid pointed toward it. ... to consist of a mixed appeal to fear,
sentiment, pathos, probability, possibility, desirability, tradition, education,
|Their responses were distinct and firm, and the courage with which they |
individually entered the trea within the communion ... promises of God for good,
upon their repentance, and the certainty of their final restoration, enlarged upon
with peculiar felicity. ... Henceforth htBtask must be his Master's work ; His to
roprove where'er the guilty sUud, His to draw near tho mournful bed of death,
And calm the ... one cross, one heaven, one Saviour Christ, One Bishop and one
Shepherd of us all.
|Ovid's Metamorphoses gains its ideal twenty-first-century herald in Stanley Lombardo's bracing translation of a wellspring of Western art and literature that is too often treated, even by poets, as a mere vehicle for the scores of myths it ...|
|For this reason it is his will, that “every month may be stopped, and all the world |
may become guilty before God” (Rom. iii. ... Will he feel calm and quiescent, as if
all matters were well arranged between himself and God; or will he not rather be
stung with ... Never could any one rest securely in it, for never could he feel fully
assured that he had fully satisfied the law; and it is .... but so long as the Lord is
our Shepherd, we shall walk without fear in the valley of the shadow of death (Ps.
|No — the dread, The slavish dread of solitude, that breeds Reflection and |
remose, the fear of shame, And their ... and betray their pangs For property stripp'
d off by cruel chance ; From gaiety that fills the bones with pain, The mouth with ...
for the payment of Specific Articles," 1 cannot refrain from expressing the
satisfaction I have derived from the perusal of this work. ... repair the damages its
slender thread may happen to sustain, you may calculate with certainty upon
pleasant weather ...