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|A tormented, alcoholic priest is pursued by an idealistic lieutenant during an anti-clerical persecution in Mexico.|
|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
|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 ...
|Someone will say, “I cannot persuade myself that I am a greater sinner than |
others. If I break one rule, I see others who break many; if I am guilty of certain
faults, I see others who are guilty of greater.” The difficulty we feel in conceiving
|skirmish and experimental cannonading,” but the fighting near the stone bridge |
soon “assumed serious proportions; Colonel Brown held his position with great
difficulty.” 13 Brown was indeed having his share of difficulties holding the ridge ...
|Let no soul think that to say God undertook a hard labour in willing that many |
sons and daughters should be sharers of the divine nature, is to abate his glory!
The greater the difficulty, the greater is the glory of him who does the thing he has
|I had no difficulty with the Latin, but Plato's Apology I had to work hard on. ... |
piece was carefully marked with a red pencil for our correction, but the difficulty
came later when we had to imitate the style of one of the great authors like Cicero
|A great Court Lady resists the Authorities ! ' Under ordinary ... He wants to make |
himself important by magnifying the difficulty. I shall not ask him myself, but
please tell him that I expect him to stop it. What else 236 THE GREATER GLORY.
|Is that little difficulty not yet out of the world ? " "No, indeed. Simmans purposely |
keeps the thing going. I am certain he does it on purpose. He has been down
there three several times to examine her, as he says. It is absurd." " Is that your
|Ought the difficulties I meet with, to arrest me in an acknowledged duty?" — " Oh |
no, papa," exclaimed Rosa, who heard all that passed. — " Difficulties ought only
to increase diligence. The greater the difficulty, the greater the glory in ...