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|Da Vinci, Leonardo As every divided kingdom falls, so every mind divided |
between many studies confounds and saps itself. ... D'Angelo, Anthony J. Prayer
puts you in touch with the infinite and prepares your mind for the finite. - Daniel,
Peter If ...
|“There are at least two kinds of games,” states James Carse as he begins this extraordinary book. “One could be called finite; the other infinite.” Finite games are the familiar contests of everyday life; they are played in order to ...|
|the time, tried hard to persuade him to put it off for two or three days; but the abbe |
had his peculiarities, as well as other ... To all your objections touching the nature
and the character of the Deity, and of how He would or could act under ... to us to
be infinite irregularity in many of the phenomena of nature ; and I might point out
to a philosophical mind that the ... if you will — the sin and the repentance, the
necessity and the prayer, in the same ever-present instant, and providing for
|They have pal bly failed in the proof, for to put the question thus :— f he being |
infinite—have a care, Woodvil, the ... Touching that other question the Casuists
with one consent have )l'OIlOlIIICQd the sober man accountable for the ...
Sandford prepares his master for her advent, and announces her thus :—
Sandford. ... A lady too ! pray send her to me— Some curiosity, I suppose. ... You
come to take my life, I know it well, You come to tight with me— [Laying his hand
upon his sword.
|Infinite torments for finite offences. ... They have palpably failed in the proof, for to |
ut the question thus :—lf he being infinite-—have a care. oodvil, the latitude of ...
Touching that other question the Casuists with one consent have ronounced the
sober man account_ im in a state of ... Sandford prepares his master for her
advent, and announces her thus :—Sandford. ... [Francis goes out. of the cold, i
ning, To give you in your stead a better self , l and John's reply (both printed at p.
63), are ...
|If you succeed in making stepping-stones, and begin a new life, you had better |
not go to the same places you were in when ... Of this class John Plough" man
says, "To my mind, those who sneer at religion and set themselves up to be too ...
He who looks at the sunrise and the sunset, and does not see the footprints of
God, must be infinitely blinder thnn ... the hymn chosen for the opening of the
meeting last Sunday evening, at the conclusion of which prayer was offered by
James Silk Buckingham, John Sterling, Frederick Denison Maurice - 1891 - Read - More editions
|They place a burning crown upon my head, I hear it hissing now, [Put* his hand |
to his forehead. ... promise I shall see him in the morning. Sandford. You will
sleep in your old chamber ? Marg. The Tapestry room : yes. Pray get ... Are we all
of one mind, fellows ? ... Infinite torments for finite offences. ... Sandford prepares
his master for her advent, and announces her thus ; — Sandford. ... Lamb has
crossed out this passage from " Infinite torment*," and written at "Touching" "
|Why we have that doubt, that unbelief, is because that finite beings cannot |
comprehend the infinite. ... He wants you to take this letter and let its words burn
in your heart, let them burn out all the wrong of sin and let your hope go up higher
and higher until it dwells with ... Father Coffin then offered a fervent prayer, at the
conclusion of which Warden Hunter requested him to tell us something about
Hope Hall No. ... Oh, there is so many things I want to say that just keep coming to
|You will listen as well as you can, and with open and candid minds ; you will |
remember that the subject is profound, and ... In my interpretation I may be wrong;
still to my own insight I must hold till I see its limitation and error. It is evident that
the Trinitarian faith is not primarily a doctrine of man, although we shall find that it
is of infinite moment ... He is infinite and we are finite. ... Upon this faith men begin
to obey, pray, work, live ; then God passes into the human mind ; the Universal
|movement in their hearts and in yours. you would most probably reverse your |
position, and say that you could not take such ... I thank you and all these friends
for the intereatyou take in me, but I am not prepared to do as you all wish me to
do, and, ... That night, being at the time the guest of his pastor, we had a special
season of prayer for Mr. L 's conversion. ... senses we hold fellowship only with
what is finite, while, made as we are in the image of G>d, our souls hunger for the