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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
|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 ... iint
. "Fear accompanies its certainty." the possibility of death. Calm shepherds.
|The disciples faced death without fear. ... The first Christians were absolutely |
convinced that even though one might kill the body, one could never kill the soul.
Their faith removed fear of death from them, and that is what genuine faith will do.
... he had a calm assurance because he knew with certainty that he was not
alone. Remember that David was a ruddy-faced shepherd boy, tending the
sheep of his father in the fields near Bethlehem, when the prophet Samuel came
to anoint him ...
|Cultivate the keen, quick ear of the oriental sheep who never mistakes the |
familiar voice of his shepherd for a fake. ... Yea, though I walk through the valley
of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil; for thou art with me. ... Otherwise we
would know more of the calm certainty of the psalmist. ... Afraid of things — afraid
of one another— afraid of life — afraid of death — afraid of God— and sometimes
even afraid of the Devil. ... Israel took stock of their adversary and their piety is in
|Thus King Saul, long torn and tossed by unspeakable fears and terrors, anxieties |
and guilt, dying a thousand deaths in ... beheld Prince Jonathan sleeping calmly
on his war-couch,1n the corner of the tent, and his two brothers reposing one on
|(Only one word would be used of a real shepherd ; the two are employed for the |
full spiritual meaning.) ... but take away the gospel, take away Christ, and who in
health and strength can calmly face death, and say, " I will fear no evil " ? ...
Consider (1) the wealth of hope, (2) the blessedness of certainty, expressed in
these words. ... path which, after crossing peaceful plains and narrow gorges,
climbs the mountain, and from its top beholds the wide, glorious prospect bathed
|She was a good creature, gentle, kind and calm in reasoning or expostulating 3 |
and though she had many trials, she had many compensations, in a long and
peaceful life. ... certainty Of bettering our condition by death, especially after
having spent a moral, a religious, and an affectionate life. It pleases me to think
that she talked freely of death, and had no fear of it. ... That their home was one of
moral and intellectual refinement, in spite of its comparative poverty, is
abundantly apparent ...
|it, and try to preserve it, as to prepare for death itself. ... calmly, circumspectly ; no |
rushing into the dark vale — " Though 1 walk through the valley of the shadow of
death, I will fear no ... Why is it we have no language of certainty and confidence
on the subject ? ... He says, " I will fear no evil, because the Lord is my shepherd.
|Of this very truth in relation to our Lake-Country shepherds Wordsworth gives one |
or two beautiful illustrations. ... memory Of the dumb animals whom he had saved
, Had fed or sheltered, linking to such acts The certainty of honourable gain. ...
that beautiful pastoral idyll the twenty-third psalm, ' Yea, though I walk through the
valley of the shadow of death I will fear no ... He did so, and it instantly left its
pasturage and its companions and ran up to the hands of the shepherd with
signs of ...
|Supported with code examples and the authors’ real-world experience, this book offers the first guide to engine design and rendering algorithms for virtual globe applications like Google Earth and NASA World Wind.|