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|30 Pray devoutly, / And hammer stoutly. Pr. Pray to God, but keep the hammer |
going. Pr. Pray to God, sailor, but pull for the shore. Pr. Prayer and practice is
good rhyme. Sc. Pr. Prayer and provender never hinder a journey. Pr. Prayer is a
|-William Shakespeare Battering the gates of heaven with storms of prayer. -Alfred |
... -Edward Young In every storm that either frowns or falls, What an asylum has
the soul in prayer! ... -D'arcy Thompson Prayer and practice is good rhyme.
|Praying without ceasing is not ritualized, nor are there even words. It is a constant |
... Pilgrim, Peace One hour in the execution of justice is worth seventy years of
prayer. - Proverb No ... Proverb, Russian Prayer and practice is good rhyme. - 13.
|A time-honored vision of Common Prayer informs the contents and presentation of this book. It seeks to unify the worship of God's people, while allowing reasonable scope for diversity within the essential unity of the Church's prayer.|
|“He also admits “thatit is an unbalanced practice inthe developmentof Western |
medicine. ... The power of prayer is so profound in connecting with our Divine
Inner Selfand hearing our Guidance. Beforedoing ... Itwill be for your highest and
|When a prose version is sung, what is the style of singing called ?5 By whom was |
the practice of singing Psalms in rhyme first introduced ?6 By whom were they
first translated into rhyme in England ?7 Who wrote the new version?8 Were the ...
|Metrical structures and in later days the rhyme (both of which were employed |
even for the closing Oratio) were evidently meant as aids to ... A good deal of
emphasis is laid on bodily gestures in prayer. ... A favourite practice of Irish
penitential piety was the 'crossfigell' (crucis vigilia), namely persevering in prayer
with arms ...
|Uses rhyme and illustrations to teach children how to practice prayer of the heart, contemplative prayer, or centering prayer.|
|I arrived at this conclusion: it was the fruit of the prayers of the people I had asked |
to pray for me. From that ... I'm concerned that, as far as I can discern, many in
Christian leadership have not learned to practice this powerful dynamic.
|Both of us were "doing great," we were both "fine, thank you," and if you'd listened |
to the conversation, you'd have thought we ... Sometimes we might have sung
tunes we were familiar with, but most of the time they were tunes we made up that
were nonrepetitive and had words that didn't rhyme. ... However, we may have to
get over our artistic self-consciousness in order to practice this type of prayer.