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|He who offers for sale something unique that no one wants to buy, represents, |
even against his will, freedom from exchange. People ... The splinter in your eye
is the best magnifying glass. AMIEL ... To shun one's cross is to make it heavier.
|Wisdom of the Ages Errick A. Ford. “The promise land always lies on the other |
side of the wilderness” (Henry Ellis). “Forgiveness means letting go of the past” (
Gerald Jampolsky). “To shun one's cross is to make it heavier” (Henry Frederic ...
|-Allen, R. C. To shun one's cross is to make it heavier. - Amiel, Henri Frederic I |
am responsible. Although I may not be able to prevent the worst from happening,
I am responsible for my attitude toward the inevitable misfortunes that darken life.
|To shun one's cross is to make it heavier. - Henri Frederic Amiel Don't accept self-|
defeating behavior in yourself. Don't wallow in self-pity. Accept boredom as a
personal responsibility. Any mind that finds boredom in itself is one lacking ...
|Yet the fashion is to shun such spectacles, to cover up the subject : only to make |
the shock and surprise greater. " Trust not in thy ... If thou fling away one cross,
without doubt thou wilt find another, and perhaps a heavier. Dost thou think to ...
|We must live the'thing we profess with our lips on _Sunday in the practical every |
day concerns in which we have our being. Your religion as a creed, so far as the
world is concerned, is of little worth unless you are interpreting that creed through
... at her for a moment, and then he said, “Lassie, what are you carrying that great
hulk of a boy for; is he no too heavy for ye? ... That which takes from him the
powers to meet the demands that labor and society puts upon him is the thing to
|And yet life itself is a cross so that the only choice that man is called upon to |
make is whether he will take it up and bear ... Observe well that the Cross which
our sins laid upon the shoulder of our blessed Lord was heavier than He could
bear. He, the Almighty, fell under the crushing burden, and so His murderers
forced one Simon of Cyrene, who was passing by, ... and it is that of weeping
over our own sins which have needed so great a redemption, and of resolving so
to shun sin and ...
|Je- this 1 Have you not a nobility of soul that will sus to be sure required of his |
disciples to follow spurn all compromise with your religion ? ... To be followers of
God and Christ, ingly take up your cross, by turning a deaf ear J is to imitate them
— is to unfold their likeness to the voice of ... Ashamed of Jesus! yes I may,
VVhen I've no sins to wash away; No ill to shun, no good to crave. ... and the crost
|Indeed be so severely dealt with, what will become of Sin unrepented of, makes |
one miserable; but them that swear, and ... Christians are apt to look upon his
gracious Presence in sanctifying their As- the Cross and she Iron Furnace as
frightful fliction. (4-) Because, the more Affliction Things, and do what they can to
shun them, they have, the more Degrees of Glory ... upon, it of Glory: The heavier
their Crosses, the heavier through the Multiply-glass of Fear: The shall be their
|Indeed Sin unrepenred of, makes one miserable, but the Cross doth not. If God |
hath a design in afflicting his Children, to make them happy, then they are not
miserable but Gods afflicting ' them is to make them happy ... 1 he heavier their
Cross, the heavier mail be their Crown. So then ... Christians are apt to look upon
the Cross and the Iron Furnace, as Frightful things, and do what they can to shun