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|This Love will flow above, below, Beside, around — inside, without, And as pure |
as the Blood-covered snow. This Love will throw Its Gloves to ... The Accusing
Angels "The humble and meek are thirsting for blood." — Joe Orton Do not
|... We are all strong enough to bear the misfortunes of others. Francois, Duc de la |
Rochefoucauld French writer Perish the Universe, provided I have my revenge.
Cyrano de Bergerac French writer The humble and meek are thirsting for blood.
|Joe Orton. PKINGLE, No more argument. The humble and the meek are thirsting |
for blood. He fires the gun and goes off. Scene. Four. MCCORQUODALE'J room.
MCCORQUODALE sitting in the armchair, a blanket over him. TESSA enters ...
|The humble and the meek are thirsting for blood. He fires the gun and goes off. |
Scene Four MCCORQUODALE'S room. MCCORQUODALE sitting in the
armchair, a blanket over him. TESSA enters with a large handbag. Pause. She
puts the ...
|The kernel has died in the ground and a life of love born out of humility and |
meekness is about to burgeon. ... The Fourth Beatitude “Blessed are those who
hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they will be filled” (Mt. 5:6). Why not say: ...
|Nietzsche, Friedrich The humble and meek are thirsting for blood. - Orton, Joe If |
you would have people speak well of you, then do not speak well of yourself. -
Pascal, Blaise The humble are in danger when those in power disagree.
|... the Flesh * then the Number of red Christians is very small It is true, if all that |
seem to be meek, humble, and heavenly, ... and their own corrupt Hearts and
Affections : They hate no Enemy but Sin, they thirst for the Blood and Ruin of
none but ...
|There is a kind of meekness, as well as of mourning, which is merely natural or |
constitutional. ... The humble Christian has far more enjoyment in a cottage than
they can have in distressing and dividing the world. ... Some thirst for gold, and
care not much by what means they obtain it; others may be more scrupulous on
this head, yet it ... God's creatures, and, it may be, the purchase of the Saviour's
|4 fed I How many are there that seem very meek and humble, until an occasion |
be given them to stir up their passion, ... hate no enemy but sin ; they thirst for the
blood and ruin of none but of that enemy ; they are ambitious of no victory, but ...