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|When a man says he did you a favour, he is asking for one Nothing is so well |
fortified that money cannot capture Money ... There areno miracles for those
thathave no faith in them When a blind man bears the standard, pity those who
|The. Internal. Dynamics. of. Early. Warning. Failures. "When a blind man bears |
the standard, pity those who follow." — French proverb This chapter tells the story
of some spectacular early warning failures. The purpose is not to degrade the ...
|Proverb, French When a blind man bears the standard, pity those who follow. - |
Proverb, French Liberty has no crueler enemy than license. - Proverb, French
Great talker, great liar. - Proverb, French Life is an onion and one cries while
|Including Phrases, Mottoes, Maxims, Proverbs, Definitions, Aphorisms, and |
Sayings of the Wise Men, in Their Bearing on ... porte la banniere, mal pour ceux
qui marchent derriere- When the blind man bears the standard, pity those who
|It is the man who has no deep sense of having gone wrong, who has ilttle or no |
consciousness of sin, who is disposed to reject the miraculous. The man,
however ... D. S. K. * * * When the blind man bears the standard, pity those who
|Reader, whoever thou art, act in behalf of thy soul as these blind men did In |
behalf of their sight, and thy salvation is sure. ... Note, Sincere, serious beggars at
Christ's door, commonly meet with the worst rebukes from those that follow Him in
... We cannot help those that are under such calamities, as Christ did ; but we
may and must pity them, as Christ did, and draw ... They followed Christ, as his
disciples, to learn of Him, and as his witnesses, to bear their testimony to Him,
and to his ...
|BLIND man stands on the side of the busy street with his tin cup extended for |
alms. In the course of hours the cup ... The standards of the strong are ever raised
in the presence of that which calls for pity. All'men and women love strength.
C. W. Lyons, Thomas Deliduka - 2009 - Preview
|Revised Standard Version, Catholic Edition C. W. Lyons, Thomas Deliduka ... |
Without them a city C be established, and men sentence of judgment; they C
expound discipline or of another, his ... sight to a blind man; they a blind man;
they C rescue a man who They C take pity on a widow or do a dumb man, who C
speak, ... I am going you C follow me now; but to him, "Lord, why C I follow you
now? truth, whom the world C receive, because it neither As the branch C bear
fruit by itself, ...
|Be it lawful I love thee, as thou lov'st those Whom thine eyes woo as mine |
importune thee: Root pity in thy heart, that when it ... Cries to catch her whose
busy care is bent To follow that which flies before her face, Not prizing her poor
infant's discontent; ... to thy blind soul that I was thy Will, And will, th soul knows, is
admitted there; Thus far or love, my love-suit, sweet, fulfil. ... If eyes, corrupt by
over-partial looks, Be anchor'd in the bay where all men ride, Why of eyes'
falsehood hast thou ...
|come one of the great questions of the hour as to how business men can meet, |
their obligations when orders are being ... houses are. at a loss to know how to
finance the purchases which they had already made with which to fill these
orders. ... It is 'especially hard on the South. because it has brought to bear upon
that section the handling of a cotton crop at a time when ... BLIND. MAN. COULD.
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