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|We can draw from this simple scenario that the more worldly possessions we |
own, the more others, meaning the less fortunate ones, would want to have that
piece of the pie and force us to push our worldly possessions onto them. They
|The less we reckon ourselves, the more we can see the needs of others. The |
scripture above ... It is for this reason that we need the Holy Spirit to make us
realise that who we are and what we own are all possessions of our Father. We
|We give so much attention to our possessions that sometimes the question arises|
, do we own them or do they own us? There is a famous saying; at least I think it's
famous, but I'm not quite sure of its origin—'The more possessions you have, ...
|When we withdraw our attention from our mate, we're forced to take a good, hard |
look at ourselves. The more we focus on him, the less we focus on ourselves. The
less we focus on ourselves, the less we have to face our own issues. The less ...
|The rhythms of time are not at our disposal; they arrive and depart as if they had |
wills of their own. We ... One of the many paradoxes of time is that the more we
have, the less we seem to have, and the less we have, the more we seem to have
|I have come to see an ironic “truth” about our apparent “openness” regarding |
sexuality: the more we claim “openness,” the less we think we need to pay
attention to, much less examine, our own taken-for-granted presumptions about it
|The less we pay attention to particular things qua things, the more efficiently we |
carry on with the tasks we have inherited from the social practices that have ...
Thus it will seek to produce things that efface their own conditions of production.
|However, now we have believed in the Lord and have accepted Christ Jesus as |
our Savior. We have ... After we are saved, the more we walk according to our
own will, the more suffering and the less joy we will have. But the more we ...
|Being an Earnest Exhortation to Get Acquainted with God, as the Only Way to |
Real Good and Blessedness James Janeway. Secondly, We must beware lest in
our esteem of our- fclves, we lay the foundation of our glory in ourselves. ... which
he hath to God, the less is the elleem of himself, because of any thing of his own ;
the more we make God the matter of our glory, the less do we glory in ourselves.
|When we stop and think deeply about the way He leads us along, we must |
conclude that it is one of the most ... Yet the closer we walk with the Lord, the less
control we have over our own lives, and the more we must abandon to Him. To