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|I would rather be guilty of talking over a person's head than behind his back. - |
Stevenson, Adlai E. The trouble with me is that I like to talk too much. - Taft,
William Howard If you have nothing to say, say nothing. - Twain, Mark There is
nothing in ...
|It may, indeed, be said, that number! are added to the Church daily ; for Mr. |
Johnson has frequently five or six of a day come to his house, to talk of the state
of their souls, who ap- □ pear ... heart trouble me — me no sleep all night — me
no peace — me know me very wicked : but God good too much — me tank God
for what he done for my soul ; me want love Jesus more — me want to go to
Jesus — me ...
|“Whenever you and I have a conversation I do all the talking, don't I?” she said. |
The lion remained silent. ... “The trouble with me is I talk too much,” Ellen
continued. “I haven't been very ... “I think my voice sounds remarkably like yours,”
|He urged me to stay and talk with him longer, but 1 told him I did not want to talk |
any more, that I was in a hurry to go to church. ... He informed us with much
agitation, that he was in great trouble, "for wo are haunted at the houst; where we
live, so there is no rest for the whole night. ... Having drawn him out in a
conversation too lengthy to relate here, and which satisfied us of the cause of this
difficulty, we ...
|Me bad too much. Me heart trouble me too much. Me pray Jesus Christ have |
mercy upon me poor sinner! make me to love you more, more, more!" — I asked, "
Do you understand this time when I talk God-palaver?" [that is respecting
|So in a week or so, things just went on back to like it was." "But what about my ... |
Miss Alice came back from the scenes she was seeing in her head and looked at
me hard. ... Talk too much to the wrong people. Get you in all kind of trouble.
|Something tells me that John Smith wasn't the only reason she became who she |
is now. It seemed like she ... She already had way too much to drink and yet she
managed to act like everything was okay for the guest. She really freaked us out.
|Me heart trouble me too much. Me pray Jesus Christ have mercy upon me poor |
sinner ! make me to love you more, more, more ! ' I asked, ' Do you understand
this time when I talk God palaver ? ' (that is, respecting religion.) She said, ' Yes ...
|You too bad I' morel" — I a>ke<l, " Do yon understand Me no love my Brethren in |
the Lord : this time when I talk God-palaver? ... M. M. "Wicked thing trouble me S.I.
" Me been tick, Massa. Me too much. Me want to do good, but think me die. Me (
raid too much, me wicked heart can't let me. Me Me think me no belong to Jesus ...
|Me heart trouble me too much. Me prav Jesus Christ have mercy upon me poor |
sinner ! make me to love Him more, more, more !" I asked, " Do you understand
this time when I talk God palaver ?" (that is, respecting religion.) She said, " Yes ...