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|Some things have to be believed to be seen. — Ralph Hodgson Iphonse "Dave" |
Davecki scanned his surroundings. He was seated on the crest of a tall clay bank
that overlooked the wide beach of Wisconsin Point, on the eastern edge of ...
|PRE-PAVE: I expect the best and I believe in the best. ... The key is to have it |
work for you. it when I believe it. ... Believe it first. Then you will see it. Some
things have to be believed to be seen. – Ralph Hodgson. Paving it Forward -In
|Some things have to be believed to be seen. Attempt something so fantastic that |
unless God is in it it's destined for failure. Don't bother with small plans; they
motivate no one. Nothing significant was ever accomplished by a realistic person.
|Some things have to be believed to be seen. —RALPH HODGSON ome two |
thousand light-years away, in the constellation of Aquila the Eagle, lies one of the
strangest objects in our galaxy. Two stars are silently whirling around each other
|Polly's stay with her grandparents in Connecticut becomes an extraordinary experience as she encounters old friends and mysterious strangers and finds herself traveling back in time to play a crucial role in a prehistoric confrontation.|
Richard Watson - 2008 - 306 pages
|Over the last 50 years or so an increasing number of people have reached the |
peak of this pyramid and have started ... I'd also expect that while some things will
still need to be seen to be believed, more people will believe that things need to ...
|This complacency is something everyone faces, insomeform oranother, but itis |
howwe deal withitthat helps define us. It is easyto ... If it hasbeentoo long since I
have shaken things upI experience an urge to interjectabit of chaos into my life.
|have not seen. Since if they say this they are obliged to confess that their parents |
are not certainly known to them, because on ... Meanwhile, it is no slight thing that
you confess that some things even which are not seen ought to be believed ...
Saint Gregory (Bishop of Tours), Edward James - 1991 - 143 pages
|Some things are believed because they have been confirmed by someone's |
written account, some are proven by the ... But, as we have said, there are many
who not only do not believe the things that they have seen, but attempt to tear out
Philip Schaff - 2007 - 588 pages
|I omit to mention in how many things they, who find fault with us because we |
believe what we see not, believe report or history; or concerning places where
they have not themselves been; and say not, we believe not, because we have
not seen. ... how much more is faith to be applied to divine things, although they
be not seen; failing the application of which, it is not the friendship of some men
or other, ...