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|Patience. from. QuotationsBook.com. Patience is passion tamed. - Abbott, Lyman |
Our real blessings often appear to us in the shape of pains, losses and ... -Auden,
W. H. Who ever is out of patience is out of possession of their soul. - Bacon ...
|Did ]ake ever finish his over-the-suminer school project? The violin provided Sira |
with the fact that had been eluding her all summer. '07. In 1707 Stradivarius
made the violin that would eventually save Patience, Kansas, from being wiped
|But now they do manifest themselves to be out of the gentle wisdom of God, and |
out of the word of patience, in a rash, hasty, ... by which word all God's people are
reconciled to God ; which word liveth, and abideth, and endureth for ever. Now ...
|Let him go, Patience. The man has passed out of our lives for ever, and I am |
content ; I think you love me with a deeper, calmer, more enduring love than ever
he could win." " 0 Vincent, my love for you was built upon a rock ! Storm and
|Accordingly he reflected at least five minutes, when he get out of patience with |
thinking, and determined to have no ... When Mr Irby set up an establishment his
trouble increased Ion fold, and he got out of patience ten times oftener than ever.
|... for, two or three instances of severe executions only excepted, which he |
qrdered out of ostentation, his other barbarities ... for after hearing, with a great
deal of patience, ail that she alleged, and inquiring into every minute
circumstance of the ...
|For three long years have I taken patience and with a right goodwill. But the end, |
meseems, is further than ever, and he who should have helped us is disabled or
ever he has stirred a finger, and even my lord Cardinal's homecoming is put off, ...
|He meant this to be the best Christmas ever; a memorable Season, to lift |
Margaret's spirits—to lift his own. His gift. Perhaps his final gift—this ... out of the
ashes. Thock. Thock. Silly thing, silly to hang onto it, but he could not simply toss
|I am out of patience," cries the lady ; " Did ever mortal hear of a man's virtue ! Did |
ever the greatest, or the gravest men pretend to any of this kind ! Will magistrates,
who punish lewdness, or parsons who preach □gainst it, make any scruple of ...