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|circumstances of it; and, to render this remembrance more durable, to record |
them in writing. - Franklin ... Hoffer, Eric The record of one's life must needs prove
more interesting to him who writes it than to him who reads what has been written
|FOREWORD I take up pen for this foreword with the fear of one who knows that |
he cannot do justice to his subject, and the trembling of one who would not, for a
good deal, set down words unpleasing to the eye of him who wrote Green ...
Writers are to their readers little new worlds to be explored; and each traveller in
the realms of literature must needs have a ... which loves to put men into
pigeonholes and label them, has been a misfortune to the reading public, who
seeing the label ...
|To him who sings of the autumnal woods, give the choicest game that broods |
under the painted leaves, ... Shapes are conjured up By that one word I They
come and go, More real, shadows though they be, Than many a man we know.
Hamlet, the Dane — unhappy Prince, , Who most enjoys when suffering most :
His soul is haunted by itself — There needs no other Ghost ! ... If the works were
put to such vile uses, desperate indeed must have been the fate of the authors of
|There is no greater dishonor you can do him than to flatter him with the lies that |
he desires to hear. ... My brothers, it needs some moral effect, some moral creed,
to save us from that cynical death. ... himself to be, you must do so in the spirit
and in the Name of Him who alone has lifted this poor and broken life of ours into
its high and tragic significance. ... When one reads Huxley's letters to Kingsley, it
seems to be a great pity that the two men should not have been brought more
|Interpres P*tri, or ЕгтеяеиШ Petrou, therefore, when Applied to Mark, signifies |
nothing more than ' a person ... the late ingénions and learned editor of Calmet
has attempted to prove that Mark must have been well qualified from hi« own
personal ... And that the holy light shining on the mind by the word and life of
Christ, and quickening the heart by his Spirit, might be ... exhibits Him enforcing
his precepts, and adding a sanction to his laws, by the most noble and awful
description of his ...
|... v. of the preceding Pe. than the one supplied in this beautiful and impressive |
ode. ... 'A godly man must [i. e. will] save both time and money. ... he leads the
most comfortable life, who . . . supplies the needs of others ; giving to one, and
lending lo another, ... It ˇs the head of wisdom, i. e. as we read it, the be~ ginning;
iqon never begin to be wise, till they begin to fear God ; all true ... We have
reason to praise God, to praise Him fur ever, for patting man into such a fair way
|A Harvard-trained neurosurgeon shares a minute-by-minute account of his religiously transformative near-death experience and revealing week-long coma, describing his scientific study of near-death phenomena while explaining what he learned ...|
|The last half-centurv, so interesting in its events, so important in its results, cannot |
\>e too minutely displayed. Every work, whether of history or biography, that gives
either a new or more accurate account than has yet been given, has a value ...
The volumes now before us ought to rank high in their class, as the result of the
experience of one who had the best ... and as we usually like those we have
served, a sort of national interest seems to attach to him, whose life was saved by
|Here we must make a second pause, and a final one, leaving still much matter for |
future gleaners. ... of which the most obvious is, that the execution has been
intrusted to more hands than one, and the principle of the division of labour ... It
has been too long the custom to confine history to the record of civil and military
transactions, — striking facts indued, but still .... will at last reward him; but his
expectations are disappointed, and his fortunes must needs be patched up by-
one of those ...
|Studies of the Saviour and His Teachings by Able Writers Publishers and |
Booksellers EATON & MAINS, 150 Fifth Avenue, ... By MARY HIGGS The Iwo
parts of thii book treat of the Body-Life, the Outer Court, and Resurrection-Life, the
Holy Place. ... Notes, one of the most important features of the book, making it
possible for the earnest reader to follow for himself Mr. ... To the student, to the
thinker, as well as to him who is trying to interpret Jesus in the largest terms and
relations, this ...