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|They are used by those who least nred such extraordinary Helps, if they were |
such, but whose sincere Piety is much better ... Persons who are indifferent about
Religion, rarely trouble themselves with these Vows, but they who are most ...
|Schulz, Charles M. It doesn't matter what you believe just so long as you're |
sincere. - Schulz, Charles M. It is dangerous to be sincere unless you are also
stupid. - Shaw, George Bernard Those that vow the most are the least sincere.
|Pity those who nature abuses; never those who abuse nature. - Sheridan, |
Richard Brinsley Those that vow the most are the least sincere. - Sheridan,
Richard Brinsley Here, my dear Lucy, hide these books. Quick, quick! Fling
Peregrine Pickle ...
|The most tempting occasion never betrays him into this—he is always manly, |
simple, and sincere in his treatment( of ... We believe that Mr. Lever's later novels
are, on the whole, less generally popular than those by which his reputation as a
|This means that Shan-tao either contradicts himself, or at least is not consistent |
when he explains the difficult practice of meditation in ... [These good roots are]
worldly and transworldly roots191 cultivated in past and present lives by deeds,
words, and thoughts for the ... the vow for rebirth must certainly, with
determination and with a most sincere mind, wish to obtain rebirth.192 Because
this deep faith of ...
|96 Obedience is less a conformity to rules and observances than a conformation |
to the incarnate Jesus who emptied himself even to the ... and prosperous, but to
help his monks to seek and find God more truly, more sincerely, more intelligently
, and more efficaciously. ... grace and light in the community of those called to
confide entirely in the allmerciful Redeemer, the monk took refuge in vows and
|Containing in Addition to Those Heretofore Published, Numerous Sermons Now |
First Printed from the Original Mss. : an ... ourselves sorry for what we have done
amiss, it is very natural and necessary to add, that we will not offend any more, ...
Trouble for sin was not the least of that trouble which David was in when his lips
uttered those vows, which he speaks so ... Let us therefore testify our value for
that blood, and secure to ourselves (lie blessings purchased by it, by our sincere
|Consequently sincere Christians often love God like they get the measles—in |
spots. ... We vow because we want to make some specific duty permanent (at
least for the duration of the vow). ... we believe we should practice after we
experience the loss of the inspired feelings we had about those duties or when
the duty becomes significantly difficult. Vows steady the will; they are pre-
decisions based on principles and values, not the erratic up-and- down feelings
that plague most of us.
|grimagehere, those that have by Baptism bin cleans'd (for so the Author in Sc |
Cyprian expounds it, and Tertullian from this verse proves the Apostles had bin
baptiz'd ) and according to the vow there made renounced sincerely, rid
themselves of all the ... At least Christ seems to think they would not ; he would
not imagine men would live in constant opposition to such ... assuming j and after
they had ty'd themselves with their own vows, yet live most dissolutely, letting
loose themselves ...
|amazed with the test results that they retested the heat shield three times, after |
each test the shield became more resilient to heat. ... contracts, and ifI get them,
which I am sure I will, those small contracts will keep my company operating at
full capacity for at least seven more years. ... I felt he was sincere in his apology.