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|Keyes Jr., Ken The circumstances of your life have uniquely qualified you to |
make a contribution. And if you don't make that ... Lummis, Charles F. Upright
whether in prosperous or in critical circumstances. - Motto You are an extremely ...
|6 If thou wert pure and upright; surely now he would awake for thee, and make |
the habitation of thy righteousness ... a family, and in such depressed and trying
circumstances, if he were a righteous man, he might hope for returning prosperity
|The introducers' passionate, provocative, and personal engagements with hte spirituality and the language of the text make the Bible come alive as a stunning work of literature and remind us of its overwhelming contemporary relevance.|
|If now thou wouldst become pure and seek unto God, then God would make thy |
habitation prosperous; What could more try the patience of a sufferer than ... It
was by forbearance in such circumstances eminently that Job showed his
extraordinary patience. ... a man begins life he has a small family and little
property, yet if he is an upright man, he will be prospered and his possessions
will greatly ncrease.
|But to the pointy Sir : if you chuse to veer to the right about, as our Volunteers of |
various descriptions term it, and ... of our upright, steady, and systematic
administration, I will ensure you great things ; perhaps a scat in a certain House,
and a ... If the present moment, as seems admitted by all, is peculiarly critical, it
follows, that a «ise and vigorous administration, ... Unanimity in a free and
enlightened country, ought only to arise from a conviction, that in the actual
circumstances, the best ...
|... Order to Put an End to a Destructive Civil War and to Establish Permanent |
Quiet and Prosperity, on a Basis Consistent with the ... in sincerity, whether it was,
either reasonable, or just, for the distant provinces of America, to .continue as the
servile ... to Avhich I allude, should, in such critical circumstances, as those just
described, still remain enslaved, outraged, and ... to the upright and impartial in
every clime, and in every situation, to draw his own conclusions; fully convinced
as lam, ...
|When the naming of our prosperity dawns, is it possible to conceive that men, |
mcapa- tse of the high destiny prepared for akem, who Lay claim to the
honourable wie of true Spaniards,, and upright friends of their country, should
seek, to •eceive ... Ciderstand you not, that those who in. ijch critical
circumstances become the ipastles of insurrections, and counsel too to ... will
reflect on the fatal consequences which your first steps must infallibly produce, if
unfortunately a foolish obstinacy ...
|He beautifully descants upon his former prosperity ; and exhibits a striking |
contrast between it and his present affliction ... If these circumstances were fairly
collected from the general tenor and series of the ... because he had pronounced
himself upright, and affirmed that God had acted inimically, if not unjustly, towards
|opponents, Eliphaz, incensed by this assertion, descends directly to open |
crimination and contumely ; he accuses the most upright of men of the ... He
beautifully descants upon his former prosperity ; and exhibits a striking contrast
between it and his present affliction and debasement. ... If these circumstances
be fairly collected from the general tenor and series of the work, as far as we are
able to trace ...
|... he partook of a hasty and slight dinner, and then resigned himself to deep |
meditation upon his critical circumstances. ... this effect he had received several
intimations from as upright and conscientious an adviser, Mr. Runnington, as was
to be found in the profession. ... done all things well,' that prosperity and adversity
arc equally from Him, means of accomplishing his oll-wisc purposes ! ... What if I,
and those whom I love, were tho subjects of direful disease— of vice — of