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|... sola Deo salus: salvation is from God alone; safety is in God alone sola juvat |
virtus: virtue alone assists sola nobilitas virtus: virtue alone is true nobility sola
salus servire Deo: our only salvation is in serving God sola virtus invicta: virtue
|Fear whom? Our what? Whose Maker? Whom should we fear? Whose Maker |
shoultLwe fear ?— [Reads several previous lines] - Explanations—Fear, be
atraid to offend. Maker, the great God who made us. Safety comes from God
|In God alone be at rest, my soul; in God alone from God comes my hope. 4. God |
alone is my rock, my stronghold, in God alone my fortress; I stand firm. 5. In God
is my safety and glory, in God alone the rock of my strength. 6. Take refugc in God
|When godly fear informs our understanding of divine holiness, judgment, mercy, |
and wisdom, our God is revealed as fully ... In the safety of God's care, for
example, the God-fearer is given goodness (Psalm 31:19) and salvation (Luke 1:
|Sola cruce salus Safety in the cross only Barclay. Sola in Deo salus Safety in God |
alone. Montague, Robinson. Sola juvat virtus , Virtue alone avails Stewart, Stuart.
Solamen Correlation Hope. Sola meus luuis Deus God is my only fortress ...
|[Safety comes from God alone.] From whom does safety alone come ? What |
comes ? What comes alone from God ? — [Reads the line.] What comes? What is
here said of safety ? From whom does safety come ? What comes alone from
|But what is the meaning of that, “ because we do not place our hope and |
confidence in God alone”? ... but in such a way as not to place our hopes of
safety in those human means, but in God alone; for He alone it is who has given
those means ...
|Thus safe As the oak Thus I flourish Thus industry flourishes This virtue flourishes |
Thus to live, ye shall live If God is for us, who ... Safety in God alone Virtue alone
assists Virtue alone is nobility Virtue alone ennobles The things which are good ...
|When you have time for reflection, there is also time to appreciate God's nature. |
The mountains, standing like impenetrable fortress are headquarters of safety.
They are like battle towers serving as a look out whenever there is enemy coming
|William F. Elkins on November 21, 1864: “I see in the near future a crisis |
approaching that unnerves me and causes me to tremble for the safety of my
country .... Corporations have been enthroned and an era of corruption in high
places will ...
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