Oraciones con la palabra "precept"

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  1. You can help another by precept.
  2. Moses Thy servant, Thou gavest a precept that.
  3. This precept is found in the Ved, too, and they.
  4. Origen believed in the precept of universal salvation, and.
  5. If I do as I intend, I shall be following his great precept.

  6. He gave people a precept of love, this very key to the gateway.
  7. It seems counter-intuitive, but the precept of this book is that.
  8. Stevenson never accepted the precept of reincarnation, but rather.
  9. The one who sets about thus is versed in the precept of yagya, but he.
  10. This precept seems especially true in South Africa, where the majority.
  11. But in vain do they worship me, teaching as their doctrines the precept.
  12. Such claims are turned down after showing the wisdom beyond this divine precept.
  13. It enjoys the capacity to ―Know Itself‖ which is the highest precept of Wisdom.
  14. Newton,) whom he knew to be friendly to manufactures, both from precept and example.
  15. Espronceda follows theHoratian precept of starting his story in the middle of things.

  16. But in vain do they worship me, teaching as their doctrines the precept of men (Matthew 15:7-9).
  17. But in vain do they worship me, teaching as their doctrines the precept of men [Matthew 15:7-9].
  18. The above outlines (two “tables” of “stone”) are the refinement of the precept from the Dead Sea.
  19. You must recollect, we are all creatures of imitation: precept may teach us, but it is example that draws us.
  20. Altogether, the Old Bailey, at that date, was a choice illustration of the precept, that "Whatever is is right;".
  21. Such a wooden rule violates the Graham and Dodd precept that analysts make a fact-determinant, company-specific analysis.
  22. At this point, the precept of Adopting the Standard of the student’s behavior was incorporated within the Lessons of Choice.
  23. The precept, showing the level below which we cannot fall, is the prohibition of swearing, of promising anything in the future.
  24. This precept holds true almost one hundred years later: Consider the current administrations overtures to the Iranian Republic.
  25. The Master by precept and example taught the value of worshiping the Creator in the midst of the natural surroundings of creation.

  26. Hitler's reaction when the crisis occurred in front of Moscow was to adopt Stalin's precept of hanging on doggedly to every position.
  27. Why should he not also love mankind? It would seem such a happy consummation! And it so happens that Christianity inculcates the same precept.
  28. The precept, showing the level below which we cannot fall in the attainment of this ideal, is that of purity of married life, avoidance of debauchery.
  29. This is a most basic concept, and it is the fundamental precept that was recognized and built into the fabric of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
  30. When the focus is on quality of the issuer and terms of the issue only, as is a basic precept of academic finance, a risk-to-reward ratio comes into existence.
  31. As each member became both student and teacher, the precept of Adopting the Standard of the student’s behavior was incorporated within the Lessons of Choice.
  32. On the contrary, the precept of dharma is about trying to limit the limitations of birth and further the possibilities of life, all the while enjoying that engagement.
  33. But at the same time, this very virtue of definitiveness of Islam precludes any philosophical discourse about life, making it fundamentalist in its precept and practice.
  34. My mission is to teach by example and precept under severe restraint the use of the matchless weapon of Satyāgraha which is a direct corollary of non-violence and truth.
  35. That grand old Book, which for eighteen centuries has baffled the attacks of unfriendly critics, is not only a storehouse of doctrine, precept, history, poetry, and prophecy.
  36. In 2006, the movie, The End of the Spear, told this story and challenged yet another generation of white missionaries to make the theme, Go and Preach the Gospel, the precept they follow as well.
  37. It may seem odd to claim that the greatest investor, ever, has made fortunes by following the humble precept of sticking to his knitting, and surely his superiority stems from more than adhering to this rule.
  38. The word of God hath been to us, precept upon precept, and line upon line; and though we have beheld our natural faces in the glass of it, yet we have gone away, and straitway forgot what manner of men we were.
  39. A useful mantra in those moments is ‘What matters most?’ At first, this struck me as somewhat generic, but as I sat with the idea for a while, it eventually emerged as the bottom-line, gut-check precept.
  40. The applicability or non-applicability of the Christian precept to his own case was too difficult a question to be discussed lightly, and this question had long ago been answered by Alexey Alexandrovitch in the negative.
  41. A generalist mage walks by the tree, notices the carving, and says to himself: "Imagination equals space per time, what a useful operational precept! By centering myself, my imagination can move the world!" He walks away.
  42. Any museum would have given all that they had to display what was stacked up in little piles of glittering intricacy and beauty, but all Talaric was reminded of was the age-old precept, ‘you can’t take it with you’.
  43. Accordingly, it becomes obvious to us that binding up with the Noble Messengers (envoys) then with the righteous men coming after them is right and a requisite precept as long as it be a means serves drawing nearer to Allah.
  44. When his boy, who was also his youngest child, came of age, he himself, if still alive, would be over ninety--an age for chimney-corners and a stick, rather than for guiding a possibly impetuous young man by precept and example.
  45. Addendum to the above: Although Christ never addressed Abortion, at least not to our knowledge, He specifically stated that ―Thou Shall not Kill,‖ a universal precept that any thoughtful Christian understands by association!.
  46. The Christian precepts (the commandment of love is not a precept in the strict sense of the word, but the expression of the very essence of the religion) are the five commandments of the Sermon on the Mount—all negative in character.
  47. The world having become more changeable, this precept might be modestly updated, to wit: the more volatile a firm’s earnings, the more cautious one should be in estimating its future and the further back into its past one should look.
  48. What an irony, the custom that prescribes alliances between blood relations proscribes sagothra marriages! What’s a gothram, after all? If anything, isn’t it a vague concept at its very best, based as it were on the precept of lineage of all.
  49. He appeared to have bent his malevolence on making him a brute: he was never taught to read or write; never rebuked for any bad habit which did not annoy his keeper; never led a single step towards virtue, or guarded by a single precept against vice.
  50. The essence of this state is that under the influence of one suggestion they lose the power of criticising their actions, and therefore do, without thinking, everything consistent with the suggestion to which they are led by example, precept, or insinuation.
  51. As the war was just in its origin, and necessary and noble in its objects, we can reflect with a proud satisfaction, that, in carrying it on, no principle of justice or honor, no usage of civilized nations, no precept of courtesy or humanity have been infringed.
  52. Grave dislocations had taken place in the joints of his engagements, several with far-reaching results; and all because, he could not help feeling, Ingeborg, in spite of precept and example, did not in her earlier years use her toothbrush with regularity and conscientiousness.
  53. If you would learn to speak all tongues and conform to the customs of all nations, if you would travel farther than all travellers, be naturalized in all climes, and cause the Sphinx to dash her head against a stone, even obey the precept of the old philosopher, and Explore thyself.
  54. Boody and Katey, the cat meanwhile under the mangle devouring a mess of eggshells and charred fish heads and bones on a square of brown paper, in accordance with the third precept of the church to fast and abstain on the days commanded, it being quarter tense or if not, ember days or something like that.
  55. Laudable though the Islamic precept is, what motivates the Musalmans to be so moved by it needs our understanding? It is, of course, the Muslim credo that Islam is a body of believers as well as belief, and admittedly, this belief could be sustained only by the collective compulsion of the community to stick to the tenets of its faith.
  56. Like the Virginia justice, you tell the man, whose turkey had been stolen, that your book of precedents furnishes no form for his case, but then you will grant him a precept to search for a cow, and when looking for that he may possibly find his turkey! You say to this corporation, we cannot authorize you to discount—to emit paper—to regulate commerce, &c.
  57. If the legislators hold firm long enough until the simplified Law becomes normalized, so people grudgingly begin to accept its basically fair precept: then you have enough public opinion on your side to resist any special interests who will be certain to keep persistently trying to change that simplified Law so they can enjoy the levels of wealth and corruption they were previously accustomed to.
  58. The latter are for the most part positive, enjoining certain acts, by the performance of which men are to be justified and made righteous, whereas the Christian precepts (the precept of love is not a commandment in the strict sense of the word, but the expression of the very essence of the doctrine), the five commandments of the Sermon on the Mount, are all negative, only meant to show men who have reached a certain degree of development what they must avoid.
  59. In the first place, to all working-men, who have personally no time to analyze moral and religious problems, it is taught from childhood, by example and precept, that tortures and murders are compatible with Christianity, and in certain cases they should not only be permitted, but must be employed; in the second place, to certain among them, engaged in the army either through conscription or voluntarily, it is conveyed that the accomplishment with their own hands of torture or homicide is not only their sacred duty, but a glorious exploit, meriting praise and recompense.

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