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Robert Andrews - 1993 - 1092 pages
|6 This, then, is the test we must set for ourselves; not to march alone but to march |
in such a way that others will wish to join us. HUBERT H. HUMPHREY (191 1-78)
, U.S. Democratic politician, vice president. Speech, 6 Jan 1967. Buffalo, New ...
|Leadership today requires more than the ability to go it alone—~alth0ugh we |
must not be afraid to do so when necessary. Leadership today requires
understanding of ... This, then, is the test we must set ourselves: Not to march
alone, but to march in such a way that others will wish to join us. I will add one
caveat: In none of this should ... Each of us has his or her own personal
remembrance when one mentions this word in that certain way. What does it
bring to mind? Thirst? Growing ...
|We must know matter and method, we must enter into the lives of the children, we |
must learn to comprehend wayward ... is not in our possession ; we cannot give
strength when we are weak; we cannot inspire others unless we ourselves ...
such care and anxiety, as are fast carving deep lines in young faces, and setting
sharp edges in voices once joyous and sweet? ... it behooves us to help her' to
appreciate this truth, that the time wisely spent in preparation will do much to
lighten the ...
|Should eleven o'clock be our customary bedtime and we miss that, going to bed |
at twelve o'clock will see us ... If everybody started work when they felt like it, then
no work would be done because nobody would be able to ... Everybody would be
a complete and utter individual, living for himself alone. We ... Bad habits may be
pleasant for ourselves, but usually cause annoyance and inconvenience to
others. ... We must be strict with ourselves, otherwise we will never reach our goal
Robert Dick (journalist) - 1777
|must be essentially wrong, and ought it, we must bear the blame ; the er- |
therefore to be laid aside without a ror can be ... God, who is ourselves. infinitely
gracious, not only permits, We are likewise reminded by the but invites, nay,
commands us to ... nature, in so far as nuance of life : We ought to fay, if Ma the
possession of it may be truly pro- Lord 'will, ive shall live. ... is our it inconvenient
to set out immediately, interest, no less than our duty, to re- only asked
themselves the question, ...
|But it is not we who administer the fire of testing, but God alone. And, in Jesus, he |
walks with us in the midst of the fiery furnace like the mysterious fourth person in
the Book of Daniel (3:24). ... Then indeed he may plunder his house” (Mt 12:29).
... spiritual guilt, a person's covert acquiescence in being bound by the “strong
man” in such a way that he cannot break free. ... Then he goes and brings with
him seven other spirits more evil than himself, and they enter and dwell there;
and the ...
|"Then you will be returned to your ship, we ourselves will proceed on our journey, |
and your agreement will be duly noted. At some future date there ... We could not
continue on our way then, but must make contact truly. We must have some ...
|It was a matter of indifference to Paul, but he shows that it troubled some. ... What |
is proper in the way of amusements? ... As Christians we must defend the rights
of conscience, and we must also recognize its limitations. ... He must not set up
his conscience, as a standard for other men. ... Life in fullest abundance will bless
those who enter that heavenly city. ... not feel the compulsion of love that would
drive us to a hearty surrender of self unto Christ, then let us contemplate His
mercy in ...
|The following is translated and reprinted from HUERQUEN', March 1982. ... We |
must emphasise on the other hand that our organisation was formed in the heat
of the battle against the ... No. The process of achieving these objectives is a long
one and some will be left behind on the way. We are not racist. We need allies.
We do not wish to isolate ourselves. The "huincas" brothers sometimes call us
separatists and racists. This is ... But this is not only true of Chile. ... And more