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|Whatsoever one would understand what he hears must hasten to put into |
practice what he has heard. - Gregory The Great, St. Your ability to learn depends
partly on your ability to relinquish what you've held. - Hall, Milton This is an age of
|This can be a step toward improving not only yourself but the whole world. |
Whatsoever one would understand what he hears, he must hasten to put into
practice what he has heard. St. Gregory, The Great (Circa 540-604) Teaching
these new ...
|To the Gift Giver Lord, it's not as if we don't know what we Should do. But we live |
in ... MATTHEW 9:9 Other Wonderful Thoughts Whatsoever one would
understand what he hears must hasten to put into practice what he has heard.
|They have exiled themselves from the Church, and in their homesickness they |
are hunting for a foster mother. ... After a few meetings the enterprise of our
correspondent will go into liquidation and he will disappear from such notice as ...
“Well you see,” said I, “I never play, and as I make no returns whatever to you I
hardly feel justified in availing myself of the .... But if he will not hear thee, then
take with thee one or two more–And if he shall neglect to hear them, tell it unto
the church: but ...
|I see carriages preparing in the court," he said, after a few preliminary |
compliments had been spoken : " may I ask if they are for your ... and she
exclaimed, " Oh ! let me tell him immediately: it will make him so happy to hear it,
for he was resolved to go at all events ; and when you ... I must write to him, I
suppose, though I would have preferred a few moments' conversation. ... It is
seemingly a very treasonable paradox, my fair friend, which, nevertheless, 1
understand better than you do.
|And being that He marked the last sacrifice, we must not, on any account, indulge |
in offering any form ofsacrifice any longer. Whoever offers sacrifice needs to pray
fervently for himself, for he has committed the worst sin. In the Golden Text, we
are made to understand that the Jews and the Chief Priests did everything
humanly possible to make sure Christ was ... He will guide you into all truth: for
he shall not speak of himself: but whatsoever he shall hear, that shall he speak:
and He ...
|He addressed her not only with courtly grace, but with a tender and kindly tone, |
which relieved her greatly, taking her hand as if she had ... and she exclaimed, "
Oh ! let me tell him immediately : it will make him so happy to hear it, for he was
resolved to go at all events ... I must write to him, I suppose, though I would have
preferred a few moments' conversation. ... but you must recollect that I understand
these things from long practice and somewhat sad experience ; and I think that if
|We must ask our black brothers and sisters to forgive us, and if our repentance is |
real we must do whatever we can (little ... That such an argument should have
any credence whatsoever is a symptom of the sickness into which western
politics has fallen. ... we don't want to see? ln any case we western Christians
should learn the meaning of 'submit to one another in love', ... literary forms affect
the way in which we take biblical propositions and understand scriptural truth?' (p
56). He ...
|men should do unto you, even so do also unto them: for this-is the law and the |
prophets. ... Let us try then to transform this rule of gold into one of some more
common substance which we can stick in our ... Suppose we were to tell men for
once that it is the will of God that they do unto others as they would have others
do unto them, and that only as men try to practice this ... Might it not be that he
would hear in this call the voice of Jesus saying, “Come ye after me and I will
make you to ...