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    1. 14 For he is our peace, who hath made both one, and hath broken down the middle wall of partition between us; 15 having abolished in his flesh the enmity, even the law of commandments contained in ordinances; for to make in himself of twain one new man, so making peace; 16 and that he might reconcile both unto God in one body by the cross, having slain the enmity thereby: 17 and came and preached peace to you which were afar off, and to them that were nigh

    2. How do we reconcile meekness with Jesus flipping tables?

    3. He was sifting the data in various ways, trying to reconcile it with observed course corrections in the impactors

    4. Before too long, you will be forced to reconcile the idea that not everything in this world has an explanation

    5. desperate struggle to reconcile himself with what had happened here

    6. Your question on Saturday, how does an individual reconcile the Reincarnation of Jesus Christ with diverse Peoples and Cultures who knew or knew Him not, far exceeds my capacity to explain although I would like to give it a try

    7. ) Perhaps the Word, in whatever manner it is applied, provided that it is in keeping with its Spirit, will ultimately reconcile us all to Christ

    8. in the ability to reconcile this inner world

    9. ‖ A society that is either unable or unwilling to properly reconcile the Past with the Present, or has historical axes to grind, however, cannot properly evolve into something more meaningful

    10. Addendum to the above: The greatest risk to an individual‘s spiritual well-being lies in theological assumptions seeking to reconcile what that individual understands to be (private) matters of conscience and what God (otherwise) expects from His followers

    11. In what manner do ―prevailing‖ moral and spiritual agencies informing the ―good life‖ reconcile contemporary standards lacking (historical) precedence; that is to say, whose identities or stores of knowledge have been irretrievably lost?

    12. Despair is not a revolt against God, per se, but rather a healing process that attempts to reconcile an awakening Conscience with a trust in God‘s Mercy

    13. How does one reconcile his greatness with such massive ethical failures? In all three cases he failed to challenge the experts around him, failed to see the bigoted immorality of old money anti Semites in the State Department, Anglo-American farmers and scientific racists, and the amorality of military planners in love with their own weapons

    14. He thought back to how uncertain he had been of whether he would be able to use his M-1 during the raid on Frau Bergheim’s farm, and tried to reconcile that with the ease and efficiency with which he had used the Luger to kill three men within a matter of a minute or two

    15. Ironically, dealing with evolution places us back in the company of Augustine and Aquinas, who were both forced to figure out how to reconcile powerful proto-scientific ideas with Christianity

    16. adversary to us, for with which should he reconcile himself to his master? Should it not be with the heads of these men?

    17. Nick registered and paid the fee, knowing Bruce would reconcile later

    18. Sorrowing, I tried to reconcile the dreams of my youth with the realities that threatened to swamp me now

    19. It is in the nature of sattva to reconcile and neutralize

    20. * Reconcile bank, credit card, and other account statements

    21. 4 And Reuben tore his garments and he said, The child is not there, and how shall I reconcile my father about him if he be deade and he went to his brothers and found them grieving on account of Joseph, and counseling together how to reconcile their father about him, and Reuben said to his brothers, I came to the pit and note Joseph was not there, what then shall we say to our father, for my father will only seek the lad from me

    22. 5 And his brothers answered him saying, So and so we did, and our hearts afterward struck us on account of this act, and we now sit to seek a pretext how we shall reconcile our father to it

    23. Analysing countless studies, they have identified one question that has always gripped humans and humanity, whether in the past or the present: how do we reconcile our existence with our annihilation?

    24. I just can’t reconcile with the idea of there being a single

    25. reconcile science with religion, Thomas Aquinas (1225–1274)

    26. 30 And no sin offering, whereof any of the blood is brought into the tabernacle of the congregation to reconcile withal in the

    27. reconcile my ideas of him as something other than a monster, and I

    28. I have tried to reconcile my experiences and her

    29. I was stuck in this mode of trying to reconcile how I would be

    30. 4 And Reuben tore his garments and he said The child is not there and how shall I reconcile my father about him if he be deade and he went to his brothers and found them grieving on account of Joseph and counseling together how to reconcile their father about him and Reuben said to his brothers I came to the pit and note Joseph was not there what then shall we say to our father for my father will only seek the lad from me

    31. 5 And his brothers answered him saying So and so we did and our hearts afterward struck us on account of this act and we now sit to seek a pretext how we shall reconcile our father to it

    32. Our researchers have yet to reconcile the discrepancy between those two facts, but I suspect that we will soon

    33. 23 "Therefore the Kingdom of Heaven is like a certain king who wanted to reconcile accounts with his servants

    34. 24 When he had begun to reconcile one was brought to him who owed him ten thousand talents

    35. Somehow, it was hard to reconcile that a combat veteran actually came from a famous family

    36. theological disputes that went on in times past, when people tried to reconcile

    37. People pay lip service to the idea that we’re all aware—that each one of us is the centre of his or her universe—but that’s often hard to reconcile with the way that most of the peasants conduct their drudgery

    38. not reconcile that he had left an innocent young child behind

    39. How do I reconcile my worldview with that of others?

    40. reconcile his powerful theories of Relativity with those of Quantum Mechanics

    41. With him, the question was always: how could a fair and just America do that to its loyal Japanese-American citizens? Of course, Pearl Harbor and the ensuing hysteria and paranoia were the obvious answers, but Bob still couldn’t reconcile those things and often talked to me about them

    42. Looking back at his screen, Adnan tried to reconcile the mixed messages the machine

    43. It may seem difficult to reconcile that statement with the fact that the

    44. “It's the reconcile chart for the refrigerant pumps

    45. Won't the unique climatic conditions vary the way of living? More so, how could one ever reconcile the dogmatism of the religions?”

    46. “While imploring upon man to reconcile to his situation in life it exhorts him to excel at the station of his life for a better one in his rebirth

    47. Simon was unusually upset in his efforts to reconcile his patriotism with the love of the brotherhood of man

    48. Thus, it could have been only time before the plunams would have seen the means to reconcile the seemingly irreconcilable—that was by splitting within their body itself so as to augment their individual growth! Thus, the plunams would have started splitting within themselves into two organisms—qunams

    49. He would attempt to reconcile

    50. Jesus' most devoted followers could not reconcile the impending end of his earthly ministry with these references to an extended future of gospel activities

    1. devastated … not only because she’d messed him about, but because he threw us out of the window because of her … y’see, I reckon he was hoping that we’d be reconciled … we were friends, him an’ me, best friends … he once said that any woman he married would have to accept that I came with the package, I reckon he thought that as Joanna was a friend of mine anyway, it would make the whole thing easier

    2. up a dialogue with her husband and reconciled with

    3. As the morning light etched its way across the valley, she reconciled her thoughts

    4. His industry was paramount to their recent successes in the market and, he decided, if they were unwilling to part with him again so soon, he reconciled himself to beginning fresh with one of their rivals

    5. road – reconciled with his sin and a contented man once

    6. group he’d abandoned and reconciled himself to their slow

    7. I’ll never see him in this life; we can never become reconciled

    8. Their thoughts answered, 'The boon of the Enthilesté could not be reconciled on one's own; too much to learn; too much responsibility; too much to handle without a guide

    9. „Suicide of the West," permits Western Civilization to be reconciled to its dissolution

    10. Now that you are a separated (reconciled) father, one of the more difficult tasks could be keeping a peaceful relationship with your children's mother

    11. God wants us to be reconciled to himself (2 Corinthians 5:17-19)

    12. Such measures are not easily reconciled by one who considers himself a Free Market Conservative

    13. They had only just reconciled and Caroline was still organizing the stables to her liking including re-hanging on the wall above the desk in the feed room trophies and ribbons she had won riding dressage while still a girl in Canada

    14. I had a duty: the cicadas, after so much trying aloud amid the thunder of light, with last night's rain lying in the air like a blanket to be spoken to were reconciled into the heat

    15. Mother and son, reconciled

    16. Now I ask, how on earth may these pagan idolatrous processes that crush can and grind bones, along with animals bones discarded in the same hole, be reconciled with Scripture that says:

    17. turning from sin and being reconciled to ones brother/sister in Christ; applied heat and force due to trials

    18. His erring child He reconciled,

    19. the Mighty One may be reconciled to you, and that He may not reckon the multitude of your sins, but remember the rectitude of your

    20. I had not witnessed one, but I understand most of the accused are reconciled, admit their sins, and are variously punished with fines, imprisonment, wearing distinctive clothing, and such

    21. again, the great Lord being reconciled, it was set up with all glory

    22. be reconciled with his servants forever

    23. and again prayed him who is easily reconciled to display the power of his powerful hand to the overweening Gentiles

    24. of us so that we might be reconciled with the Father

    25. We had reconciled in fall 1986, but she developed "bronchitis" fall 1987 and her internist misdiagnosed her

    26. It was when he and my mom reconciled

    27. 31 And yet for all this the king gaped and gazed on her with open mouth; If she laughed on him he laughed also but if she took any displeasure at him the king was fain to flatter that she might be reconciled to him again

    28. 10 And at all times make request perseveringly and pray diligently with your whole heart that the Mighty One may be reconciled to you and that He may not reckon the multitude of your sins but remember the rectitude of your fathers

    29. 20 And therefore the place itself that was partaker with them of the adversity that happened to the nation did afterward communicate in the benefits sent from the Lord and as it was forsaken in the anger of the Almighty so again the great Lord being reconciled it was set up with all glory

    30. 29 When this was done and they had made a common supplication they begged the merciful Lord to be reconciled with his servants forever

    31. 13 But the Jews having escaped the hour which had been fixed praised their holy God and again prayed him who is easily reconciled to display the power of his powerful hand to the overweening Gentiles

    32. 19 "Now after a long time the Lord of those servants came and reconciled accounts with them

    33. 2 But let not anyone who has a quarrel with his companion join with you until they be reconciled that your sacrifice may not be polluted

    34. You all have heard that it was said by those in ancient times: “You shall not kill” and whoever shall kill shall be in danger of the judgment but I say to you that whoever is angry with his brother without a cause shall be in danger of judgment and whoever shall say to his brother: “You vile one” shall be in danger of the Sanhedrin courts but whoever shall say: “You fool” shall be in danger of the fire of Hell; therefore if you bring your gift to the altar and remember there that your brother has something against you leave there your gift before the altar and go your way; first be reconciled to your brother and then come and offer your gift; agree with your adversary quickly while you are on the way with him in case at any time the adversary delivers you to the judge and the judge delivers you to the officer and you be thrown into prison; truly I say to you you shall not by any means come out from there until you have paid the last penny

    35. 1 Let us therefore remove this thing as quickly as possible and let us fall before the feet of the Master and beseech him with tears that he will have mercy and be reconciled to us and restore us again to the grave and pure conversation of brotherly love

    36. ” Thus, thesis and antithesis are reconciled into a synthesis or higher level of truth derived from elements in both the thesis and the antithesis

    37. reconciled, for us to show the power of God's love to heal our

    38. need, or to put it more plainly, a reconciled relationship with

    39. Jesus says try hard to be reconciled with the One you owe on the way to the

    40. They peered through the dimness for awhile, Pierce becoming reconciled to his commander as they shared the misery

    41. forms of the same God became forever reconciled

    42. But she had never reconciled with her

    43. This cannot be reconciled as just good luck – again, the law of attraction says there is

    44. 12 What is salvation? Salvation is having been reconciled to God and forgiven of my sins through Christ - Forever

    45. For if while we were enemies we were reconciled to God through the death of His Son, much more, having been reconciled, we shall be saved by His life

    46. Only when he enters the kingdom of heaven through the grace of our lord Jesus Christ, will man find peace! Thus reconciled to his god’s inscrutable ways, Ian apologised and promised to do something to stem this slither to depravity

    47. Fortune or rather misfortune had brought them there and he became reconciled to the fact that it was fated

    48. a sinner, approach God with prayer, that you may be reconciled with Him; give Him an opportunity to forgive

    49. when we are reconciled, united with one another, peaceful, serene

    50. However, it required some little time for the rest of the apostles, especially Simon Zelotes and Judas Iscariot, to become reconciled to the publican's presence in their midst

    1. create the world and intelligence reconciles the two and causes

    2. It reconciles this verse with

    3. One never truly reconciles without some

    4. solution is to find an interface between cost and risk that reconciles temporary inequalities

    5. This reconciles all attempts to understand your own spirituality

    6. It reconciles itself with the human definition of right; with the human sense of equity

    7. And to-day and ever so stands, as blender, uniter, tightly holding hands, Which he will never release until he reconciles the two,

    8. The footnote reconciles the difference between GAAP taxes on earnings (known as the income tax provision) and the amount of tax paid to the IRS (known as current taxes)

    9. It reconciles me to thee

    10. If this public opinion already influences some of the more sensitive men, and makes each one in his own sphere decline the advantages obtained by violence or its use, it will continue to influence men more and more, until it brings about a change in their mode of life and reconciles it with that Christian consciousness already possessed by the most advanced

    1. church of reconciling belief with reasoning, just after it

    2. Staunch believers of fate have a hard time reconciling with this gift of free will, which implies the future is yet to be determined

    3. Learning informs an inquisitive mind by shaping unformed thoughts and opinions and providing form and substance to ideas while reconciling the diametrical dynamics of intellect and passion

    4. Reconciling the past in an (intellectually) honest… forthright manner… embracing… without bias or prejudice… or colored by

    5. The problem lies in reconciling the manner an individual is said to behave rather than react (a subtle, yet very important distinction) to pre-conditioning designs exclusive of free will

    6. Let her enjoy the hot-seat of ‘power,’ reconciling impossibly contradictory demands from all quarters

    7. W - "It might look like a lot, but I was reconciling your bank account and I stopped by the real estate agent this morning and saw the house we had looked at last year

    8. You should be reconciling your salary expense with your payroll report, reconciling

    9. 20 And when he has made an end of reconciling the holy place, and the tabernacle of the congregation, and the altar, he shall bring the live goat:

    10. 20 And when he hath made an end of reconciling the holy place, and the tabernacle of the congregation, and the altar, he shall

    11. But reconciling blatantly contradictory objectives

    12. He had hardly slept the previous night agonising over what the best plan of action would be and had extreme difficulty reconciling a shutdown which would kill the foetuses with his personal ethical beliefs

    13. that God was in Christ, reconciling the

    14. end of reconciling the holy

    15. that God was in Christ reconciling the world to Himself, not imputing

    16. God was in Christ reconciling the world to Himself, not imputing their

    17. If someone swipes one bottle of relish and it winds up in the car without going through the scanner up front, we have the same problem but no apparent way of reconciling it

    18. Please, let nothing stop you from reconciling a new missionary force from here!

    19. Still, Brunet had not given up on reconciling the two groups

    20. have a difficult time reconciling the earlier ages of

    21. dinner so they could enjoy a quiet meal alone in hopes of reconciling in light of this recent accident

    22. Science is searching for a method of reconciling quantum physics with the classical

    23. ’ When applied to international politics by those who believed themselves to be in the mainstream of the German intellectual world the problem of reconciling the unending struggle for a Greater Germany with the Christian love of one’s neighbour could only be solved by rejecting some if not all principles of Christianity This solution was being formulated at the turn of the century a train of thought which minimized the principles of Christianity in order to free Germany from the moral inhibitors hindering the application of Deutschland Uber Alles

    24. still having difficulty reconciling everything in his mind

    25. this concept of integration of the natural world and the human, reconciling each one’s

    26. Reconciling the need for discretion and the duty to conduct a thorough and diligent investigation would be especially difficult

    27. produced, by reconciling risk with return

    28. A model of default will determine the amount creditors receive by reconciling the

    29. line, but it does so by reconciling variables that would not ordinarily have a linear

    30. Reconciling a long-term

    31. I’d said I didn’t want her to come with me, that she’d ruin my chances of reconciling with my wife

    32. If the BJP was eyeing power after ten years, the Congress was slowly reconciling itself to defeat

    33. ‘Surely, her destiny would have its own idea about reconciling her fate

    34. Who might have trouble enough reconciling herself to her uninhibited alcohol assisted actions of the previous night, let alone finding out that she had also dipped a toe in to the world of necrophilia

    35. To be inside of EvE was to be inside chine consciousness reconciling itself to probable immortality

    36. We bless thee that thou wast in Christ reconciling the world to thyself, not imputing their trespasses unto them, and that thou hast committed unto us the word of reconciliation

    37. It’s been rumoured that they had a nasty break-up three years ago and now…I guess they are reconciling their differences

    38. What do these Scriptures teach respecting the cause of the death of Christ? Why was such an atonement necessary in pardoning sin? And how does it operate in reconciling sinners to God?

    39. Charities are for the poor, and the destitute, and those who administer them, and for reconciling hearts, and for freeing slaves, and for those in debt, and in the path of God, and for the traveler in need-an obligation from God

    40. instead her studies in Celtic mythology and Fairy folklore with the intent of reconciling

    41. —'God was in Christ reconciling the world unto Himself

    42. Plots in fiction should be wedded to the understanding of the reader, and be constructed in such a way that, reconciling impossibilities, smoothing over difficulties, keeping the mind on the alert, they may surprise, interest, divert, and entertain, so that wonder and delight joined may keep pace one with the other; all which he will fail to effect who shuns verisimilitude and truth to nature, wherein lies the perfection of writing

    43. Homais did not dare to speak to him again about the funeral arrangements; it was the priest who succeeded in reconciling him to them

    44. reconciling even all the refinements of taste and delicacy, with the most

    45. "Do you know, my dear Villefort," cried the Comte de Salvieux, "that is exactly what I myself said the other day at the Tuileries, when questioned by his majesty's principal chamberlain touching the singularity of an alliance between the son of a Girondin and the daughter of an officer of the Duc de Conde; and I assure you he seemed fully to comprehend that this mode of reconciling political differences was based upon sound and excellent principles

    46. In short, this was the safest, politest, and, at the same time, the most thorough house of accommodation in town: every thing being conducted so, that decency made no intrenchment upon the most libertine pleasures; in the practice of which, too, the choice familiars of the house had found the secret so rare and difficult, of reconciling even all the refinements of taste and delicacy, with the most gross and determinate gratifications of sensuality

    47. Levin, who had long been possessed by the idea of reconciling his brothers, at least in face of death, had written to his brother, Sergey Ivanovitch, and having

    48. He is very fond of Natural History and various scientific matters, and he is hampered in reconciling these tastes with his position

    49. The only way of reconciling the contradictions was to assume that a Domed House was under way

    50. Considerable latitude is therefore left for individual judgment, not only in interpreting the technical indications of the market’s action but also in reconciling such indications with outside factors

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