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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
|Pray to God, but row to shore.— (Rumian.) (See " God helps those," p. 784 ; and " |
Pray devoutly.") Prayer and practice is good rhyme. (Sc.) Prayer knocks till the
door opens. Prayer should be the key of the day and the lock of the night Present
|784 ; «»<* " Pray- devoutly.") Prayer and practice is good rhyme. (Sc.) Prayer |
knocks till the door opens. Prayer should be the key of the day and the lock of the
night. Presont company always excepted. Good manners always to except my
|-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.
|I've a great notion myself that praying is the best pumping, and the pump can |
never get choked or out of order ; always ... My dear old mother used to say that '
prayer and practice make good rhyme,' and whether or no they run in harness,
|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.
|“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
|The Form of Prayers justifies the use of Calvin's catechism by arguing that errors |
would be best prevented if "all godly ... Great Effort, and with Pleasure': Sixteenth-
Century Genevan Bibles and Reading Practices," in Orlaith O'Sullivan (ed.) ...
|For loud prayer is good for weak lungs and for a vitiated throat. Let Justus rejoice |
in a Salmon-Trout - the Lord ... The most obvious feature (in some cases) is
rhyme: rhyming words are equivalent in sound. The Smart poem has no rhyme,