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|Friendship at first sight, like love at first sight, is said to be the only truth. Herman |
Melville There is no greater treasure than the respect and love of a true friend.
Author Unknown Be polite to all, but intimate with few. Thomas Jefferson In ...
|I need a friend. - Unknown, Source Friendship is love with understanding. - |
Unknown, Source He whose hand is clasped in friendship cannot throw mud. -
Unknown, Source There is no greater treasure than the respect and love of a true
|NO. II. ORIGINAL SERMON. BV THE LATE REV. W. I. EEESE. 11 Let brotherly |
love continue. n Heb. xiii. I. Tliefe is ... there are distinct and obvious causes
which contribute to that mutual trust without which society must be rent asunder,
... True friendship throws open a treasure of enjoyment, to all who can truly feel
and exercise its offices and appreciate its value. ... his disciples his friends if they
did those things which he commanded them, and said, " Greater love hath no
man than ...
|for joy of this good news at шс other, is my good friend Catesby he sends |
vou this good news, that. ... good world the whilel that did love their country's
good les* importing than our genera' in V lord, you mean no good to all good ... to
say well. to the good of vour most sacred do profess, that for your highness'
good aa von respect the common good . ... must I needs forego so good, to
noble ia held no great good lover hear me apeak his good now? yes, good
|bottom of this den there rolled and shook on his mattress a living being so burned |
up with fever that he looked like a madman. ... he was stationed as a midshipman
, refers to it as " a school which is not often equalled, and but seldom surpassed,
... and now and then laying them aside to fire upon the enemy in the direction of
their voices, whilst they were fired at in return. ... During the great civil war one of
the greatest evils of camp life was gambling, and the same practice seems to
1878 - 860 pages
|4 oear your treasure and your goods . . ii. ... 1 at the other, is my good friend |
Catesby iii. 2 he sends you ... 7 less importing than our general good Hi. 7
my lord ... 1 that angels love good men with IL 8 this good man, this just and
learned ii. 2 that good ... 2 as vou respect the common good .... HI. ... 2 is
held no great good lover lv. 1 hear me .... 4 Publius, good cheer] there Is no
|There are no friends when love is the bond. There is only family. Ladies of Love, |
let your understanding of man's nature bring respect and acceptance to the truth
in the effort to create peace, love, and more life. Stand up strong with your head ...
John Cassian, Boniface Ramsey - 1997 - 886 pages
|50 He could not express more clearly the dignity and the worth of this fear than by |
saying that the riches of our ... The apostle John says clearly with respect to the ...
52 "There is a great distinction, then, between the fear that lacks for nothing,
which is the treasure of wisdom and ... us to pass from the fear of punishment to
the fullest freedom of love and to the confidence of the friends and sons of God.
Samuel Rhoads, Enoch Lewis - 1862
|Thy husband's children appear of disposition not hard to govern, but let not this |
lead thee into indulgence that will not ... "Friendship affords the sweetest joys of
life, but false fripnds occasion the most grievous bitters; and the greater the ... but
attended with many snares True happiness is of a retired nature, loves shade
and solitude, is an enemy to pomp, glitter and noise. ... Having this treasure at
home, there's nothing equally pleasing to be sought for abroad, and so far from
Robert Smith - 1829
|... reproaches of Christ, greater riches than the treasures of Egypt," and having " |
respect unto the recompense of reward," " loved not their lives ... and, from the
time when Christianity was first planted, there has been an uninterrupted
succession of " witnesses;" men, obscure, perhaps, as the seven thousand in
Israel, to whom the name of the true Church, more especially belonged ; and who
, amidst the ...