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|Consequent thereupon the members of the Workmen's Peace Association may |
enjoy with all their countrymen a period ... Will our friends embrace the present
opportunity to calmly think over this question and be prepared whenever School
... or the smith would interpose, and say — " Let the men finish their meal ; you
can see they have come a long distance." And it was not till we had finished that
they questioned us, asking whether it wis true that the French hud just lost a great
|Not then. But now I do. And I want them with you." She'd just said everything he'd |
ever wanted to hear. But he wasn't happy. ... And I'm glad. But I'm afraid our being
who we'll be—I mean, come on, you're practically royalty in America—just think of
... Grant folded her in his embrace, holding her damp and slender body as close
to his as he could without actually ... In that quiet moment, probably the only one
they would have for a long time, Grant felt the need to add, “My family will come ...
|In order to do this, we will have to be mindful of what is going on around us and |
consciously try to see what God is doing ... We will have to choose to stay in the
moment, so that we aren't viewing the present through a distorted lens from our
past ... each of us would begin to examine our lives for the daily choices that we
make that could help us develop a happier heart. ... It's my hope that we will truly
learn to seek Him who is the only one who can satisfy our hungry souls, so that
we can ...
|Enjoy Today, Embrace Tomorrow Joyce Meyer ... What will matter is not how |
many people you knew, but how many will feel a lasting loss when you're gone.
... We start so many sentences with “I'll be so glad when [fill in the blank].” This
kind of thinking keeps us so focused on where we want to go that we do not enjoy
getting there. ... I decided that if I were going to spend my time flying on airplanes,
staying in hotels, and standing on my feet preaching for hours, I was going to
|“Stay, Roland, said he, “let us rest, if but for a moment, in the bowers of |
Dissipation, for I am sore and weary. ... Peterkin was now glad that he had not
halted in the tent of Dissipation, especially as the leaves of the tree, under ...
Dangers lie on the right hand, and on the left hand of us; and we can hope for
happiness only by continuing in the path. ... 'Come, brother—now is our time; for
behold they are moving off, and unless we embrace the opportunity, they will
soon be out of our sight.
|She caught her ister in a close embrace. ... It may be that you think I am not strong |
enough to be Julian's wife, but he will help me, even as you have." “I am glad,
Millie, glad both for you and for Julian, whom I already love as a brother. ... If you
had eyes that could see anything you Would have discovered that our dear old
Tom had been right much in love with you since ... we all love it. Poor
grandmother! Josette, we must plan for her comfort, if we cannot for her
happiness.” “Yes, Millie.
|a- 526 dear, for if our reward be in this life alone, we are, indeed, of all men the |
most miserable. ... death becomes the messenger of very glad tidings ; when I
think of these things, his sharpest arrow becomes the staff of my support ... Only
let us try for them, and they will certainly be ours ; and, what is still a comfort,
shortly too ; for if we look back on a past life, ... and, like the horizon, still flies
before him, yet the time will certainly and shortly come, when we shall cease from
our toil ; when ...
|Only let us try for them, and they will certainly be ours ; and, what is still a comfort, |
shortly too; for if we look back on a ... as we grow older, the days seem to grow
shorter, and our intimacy with time ever lessens the perception of his stay. ...
traveller with the view, and, like the horizon, still flies before him, yet the time will
certainly and shortly come, when we shall cease from our toil ; when the luxuriant
great ones of the world shall no more tread us to the earth ; when we shall think
|One of the important races was just being finished and the crowd was cheering |
madly. Before ... I could not help seeing it, could I?" A few moments later as we
were continuing our ride, she burst out with, “My, couldn't that horse runl'I I have a
|But, still, unless it can be proved that self- jealousy is the only rotated way of |
making sure of saving faith, we are not ... This may be altogether well meant on
our part : but it cannot be altogether wise. It is not like the general spirit of the
gospel. ... And in this way : who would not, and does not, try to please a beloved
friend, on whose love his own happiness depends ? Tho moment we know that
we can give that friend pleasure, we are delighted with the ptospect, and plan
how we may ...