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|So as the graph shows, if we have a little bit of a hard time, we have the potential |
to give God a small degree of glory. As we have greater difficulty, we have a
greater opportunity to give God greater glory. And if we have an extremely hard
|... 1 did not allow myself to sink under the consideration ; for, whether I was in any |
manner actuated by the doctrine of Epicurmor, that " The greater the difficulty, the
more glory in surmounting it," and that " Skilful pilots gain their reputation from ...
|But — the greater the difficulty, the greater the glory : the greater the difficulty, the |
smaller the number of those, whose magnanimity enables them to surmount it,
and the more exalted that virtue, to the embrace of which so few will be able to ...
|... difficulty of a proposed divine action is emphasized in order that its successful |
performance will redound all the more to God's glory.1 The greater the difficulty,
the greater the glory for God. In that sense here, Mary's focusing on her own ...
|In what was its greater glory to consist ? 4. What is the peace which the Lord of |
Hosts promises to give ? We will take these in order: and 1. The desire of all
nations shall come, Q^arr^D rRCO siS^l . In these words there is a twofold
difficulty, the ...
|Thorin succeeds in winning great glory especially because of the massive |
overwhelming power he must confront; for as Cicero observed, “The greater the
difficulty, the greater the glory.”7 Such opportunities for classic glory are even
|Forrest E. Morgan The nearest way to glory is to strive to be what you wish to be |
thought to be. - Socrates The greater the difficulty, the greater the glory. - Cicero
Surely a king who loves pleasure is less dangerous than one who loves glory.
|Cicero asserts ''no one has attained to true glory who has gained a reputation for |
courage by treachery and cunning,'' for ... on the difficulty of aspiring to be the
ruler without violating justice, asserting that ''the greater the difficulty, the greater ...
|The greater the effort, the greater the glory. - Pierre Corneille Assignment: The |
statement above argues that the difficulty of a task determines its importance.
Write an essay supporting, disputing, or qualifying the statement. You may use ...
|Nothing could daunt me, no difficulties deter, because the greater the difficulties |
the greater the glory of overcoming them. To my ambitious thoughts the conquest
of other nations was but a matter of time and. determination, and if, as I often ...