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|everything we obtain we must barter the gold of our own spirits... "Where to find |
the gold of the All Powerful? One secures the gold of the spirit when he finds
himself. When he finds himself, he finds freedom and all riches, achievement,
|of money from one who had profited by his advice, but it was not his custom to |
rely upon this contingency as a source of ... who sought him in a contentious spirit
, inquiring why he did not find it more profitable to secure the prizes for himself, ...
|This was the golden opportunity, as Baxter thought, to come to an agreement |
which would secure the religious rights of all parties ; and ... permitted to do ; and
after various abortive negotiations, he found himself most arbitrarily separated
from his beloved flock forever. ... as he could no longer conform with a clear
conscience, he went out with the multitude of his brethren, who 1 took joyfully the
spoiling of ...
|Curiously, one trunk also contained three leather sacks filled with crudely struck |
gold coins. He'd never ... of the gold.” He planned to secure the 'lock box vault'
tunnel later, when the work was finished. ... Dan busied himself perusing through
the miner's diary and maps. “Huh ... While day dreaming, Dan began to
remember back to the events leading up to this adventure and his subsequent
|MAGAZINE. Volume II. JUNE, 1840. Number 1. THE GOLDEN CHAIN. BY |
ENOCH MACK. In a mass of chain-work, ... and hesitancy, I seized upon a single
link amidst the common mass, exclaiming, that I had found and secured one
golden ... There was a chord of sympathetic sensibility connecting our spirits,
through which my own felt the deep shock which his ... He sat himself patiently
down to reason the matter, hoping that I might not yet have become inevitably
fixed in my selection.
|There is no law, no rule, but the golden one, the observance of which secures to |
universal justice that " turn of the scale" ... until there is a sort of railway formed, in
which one can scarcely see how a thief can walk crookedly — yet walk crookedly
he will. ... Knavery would then borrow the mask of fraud, and would, in many
cases, find it more profitable than the ... inadequate and uncertain, or as much the
reverse as Draco himself could have made them-^the difficulty will still and ever
|So let's bind him whilst we secure the prog around, then will we make him tell |
where lieth the rest." Then these villains bound the miser, with cords, to the chair
on which he sat; he, too frightened either to move or speak, made no noise, save
that ... The spirit of avarice was at work in the hearts of both, and the great wealth
each one found himself possessed of, only made him all the greedier to have
|Ancient usage,"7 and legislation that has not secured the rights of our whole |
constituency, are becoming but mere words ... And surely we have high, nay, holy
inducements to work out this Progress movement harmoniously, and with one ...
The old supporters of these doctrines are now transformed into CONSERVATIVE
Raroemsns,and such men are now found zealously working in the ranks of the
Reformers, leading, ... He has shown himself in spirit and practice a good Odd-
|But he knoweth the -way that I take ; when he hath tried me, 1 Jhall come forth as |
gold. ... him in this world. , He believes the power of God is able to make him
stand, though he hath no power nor might in himself to overcome the least
temptation, I Pet. i. ... "When Christ hath once taken possession of the soul by his
spirit, he fortifies it by his power, as a garrison ; that using the means, It be ... If
there be any hypociite in sheeps-cloathing, he hath no part or lot in this promise ;
but it secures ...