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Leaven dans une phrase (en anglais)

  1. They are the leaven.
  2. The leaven – something.
  3. Pharisees, and of the leaven (doctrine) of Herod.
  4. Blessed are those who don't have pride's leaven.
  5. As the leaven, when mingled with the meal, works.

  6. Take heed, beware of the leaven (doctrine) of the.
  7. That little leaven ultimately leavened the whole of Greece.
  8. Clean out the old leaven so that you may be a new lump, just.
  9. The leaven of the Pharisees was the teaching that the Pharisees.
  10. Jesus said to be careful of the leaven of the Pharisees, but He.
  11. Leaven is interesting because it gets mixed all through the bread.
  12. I also heard, Leaven, leaven, beware the leaven of the Pharisees.
  13. I heard the Spirit say, Leaven, leaven, watch out for the leaven.
  14. Bessie Leaven had said I was quite a lady; and she spoke truth—I was a lady.
  15. This Leaven is symbolic of the Sin that we remove from our lives before we eat the Passover Lamb.

  16. We recall that before the Passover ceremony, we had to remove all the visible leaven from our homes.
  17. He then says to his disciples, Take heed, and beware of the leaven of the Pharisees and the leaven of Herod.
  18. You are not to attack the old ways; you are skillfully to put the leaven of new truth in the midst of the old beliefs.
  19. I daresay you hardly remember me, Miss, he said, rising as I entered; but my name is Leaven: I lived coachman with Mrs.
  20. For purposes of illustration Jesus reversed the current meanings of many terms, such as salt, leaven, fishing, and little children.
  21. Yes; nearly five years since to Robert Leaven, the coachman; and I’ve a little girl besides Bobby there, that I’ve christened Jane.
  22. Nothing, I firmly believe, would be such an advantage to the Church as to leaven all its action with a judicious mixture of the lay element.
  23. It is not so important that many should be as good as you, as that there be some absolute goodness somewhere; for that will leaven the whole lump.
  24. This was a concession to the Jews, who refused to enter any gentile building where leaven might be used on this day of preparation for the Passover.
  25. DSA strives to be a crucial socialist leaven within a mass movement and will endeavor to elect progressives to Congress and to the state legislature.

  26. You may say, what are ten thousand youth among ten millions? They are the leaven, which, if a woman take and properly direct shall leaven the whole mass.
  27. Freud had no leaven of love because of his idea that love is the result of sexual satisfaction, in other word give me sexual satisfaction and I will love you.
  28. This is the leaven which is gradually permeating the general consciousness and is largely responsible for the conditions of unrest which are everywhere evident.
  29. The Master participated in planning for the Decapolis mission and, in dismissing the company, said: I say to you, beware of the leaven of the Pharisees and the Sadducees.
  30. People who attempted to leaven their newly found faith with some of the old, as well as the Mysteries of other intriguing ideas, both ancient and new, as well as the differing beliefs of family, friends or acquaintances.
  31. Brooke always ended by agreeing with Ladislaw, who still appeared to him a sort of Burke with a leaven of Shelley; but after an interval the wisdom of his own methods reasserted itself, and he was again drawn into using them with much hopefulness.
  32. With the blindness of wives, who are prevented from seeing clearly by the very closeness of the object--the same remark exactly applies to husbands--she did not see that the vicar was the candle shining in a naughty world, that he was the leaven that leaveneth the whole lump.
  33. He said to them How have you not understood thai I spoke not to you because of the bread but that you should beware of the leaven of the Pharisees and Sadduceese Then they understood that he spoke not that they should beware of the leaven of the bread but of the doctrine of the Pharisees and Sadducees which he called leaven.
  34. E—, of Jessore, sums up the results of the daily visits of himself and preachers to the bazaars thus:—Whilst we lament the absence of manifested conversions to Christ, we cannot doubt the leaven is at work; and our hope is that, by patient labor and prayerful waiting, the result will, perhaps ere long, be developed in a rapid increase of the Church in this district.
  35. Romanticism, which has helped to fill some dull blanks with love and knowledge, had not yet penetrated the times with its leaven and entered into everybody's food; it was fermenting still as a distinguishable vigorous enthusiasm in certain long-haired German artists at Rome, and the youth of other nations who worked or idled near them were sometimes caught in the spreading movement.
  36. I have told you it is like the leaven in the dough, like the grain of mustard seed; and now I declare that it is like the seed of the living being, which, from generation to generation, while it remains the same living seed, unfailingly unfolds itself in new manifestations and grows acceptably in channels of new adaptation to the peculiar needs and conditions of each successive generation.
  37. And just as leaven leavens by its mere presence in the lump, by merely passively being there, and will go on doing it so long as there is a lump to leaven, so had the vicar, more than his hardworking wife, more than the untiring Lady Shuttleworth, more than any district visitor, parish nurse, or other holy person, influenced Symford by simply living in it in a way that would have surprised him had he known.
  38. Thus had I the great satisfaction of going to my repose as a private citizen with a very handsome silver cup, bearing an inscription in the Latin tongue, of the time I had been in the council, guildry, and magistracy; and although, in the outset of my public life, some of my dealings may have been leavened with the leaven of antiquity, yet, upon the whole, it will not be found, I think, that, one thing weighed with another, I have been an unprofitable servant to the community.
  1. The militia now had a leavening of trained fighters.
  2. Buses are leavening from El Paso, Boston, Albuquerque, Jacksonville and many other affiliated cities.
  3. Sourdough started about 6,000 years ago when human found out how to boost the leavening and fermentation of grains to be brewed into drinks or baked into bread.
  4. However, with the coming of Jesus and His victorious death over Satan, sin and death, the gospel is leavening every country on earth and the church will eventually disciple every nation.
  5. GAAP are probably not very helpful for investors focused strictly on forecasting future growth trends in income or cash flow without looking to the leavening provided by non–income account GAAP disclosures.
  6. Istanbul was exciting at times and often beautiful, but although they insist they are European, the culture was an unhappy compromise between Muslim East and Christian/Secular West with an insufficient leavening of secularism.
  1. That little leaven ultimately leavened the whole of Greece.
  2. You shall not offer the blood of any sacrifice with leavened bread.
  3. Is it the same in Germany? Here in America, hair has been leavened.
  4. Then Graham’s run was extended, and Cynthia leavened her entreaties with a lie.
  5. Current events were the grist out of which the leavened product of history was.
  6. The Kingdom of Heaven is like yeast which a woman took and hid in three measures of meal until it was all leavened.
  7. Some must have read his lips, for no fewer than a half dozen indignant villagers leaped back as if he had leavened the air with brimstone.
  8. Therefore let us keep the Festival, not with the old bread leavened with malice and wickedness, but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth.
  9. To do their work, these explanations are leavened with emotional appeals to greed, to fear, and to the natural human desire to get ahead of one’s fellows.
  10. Violence chooses its instruments from among the worst elements of society; men who gradually become leavened, and, softened and changed for the better, are returned into society.
  11. Bosworth Smith, in the Nineteenth Century for December, 1887, thus states the extent to which Mohammedanism covers Africa: It is hardly too much to say that one-half of the whole of Africa is already dominated by Islam, while, of the remaining half, one-quarter is leavened, and another is threatened, by it.
  12. Thus had I the great satisfaction of going to my repose as a private citizen with a very handsome silver cup, bearing an inscription in the Latin tongue, of the time I had been in the council, guildry, and magistracy; and although, in the outset of my public life, some of my dealings may have been leavened with the leaven of antiquity, yet, upon the whole, it will not be found, I think, that, one thing weighed with another, I have been an unprofitable servant to the community.
  13. It was attached to uncircumcision, to fifteen cases of incest, neglect of the passover, sabbath-breaking, neglect of atonement-day, work done on that day, offering children to Moloch, witchcraft, anointing a foreigner with holy oil, eating leavened bread during the passover, eating fat of sacrifices, eating blood, eating sacrifices while unclean, offering too late, making holy ointment for private use, making holy perfume for private use, neglect of purification in general, not bringing an offering after slaying a beast for food, not slaying an animal at the door of the tabernacle, touching holy things illegally.
  1. Don’t you know that a little yeast leavens the whole batch of dough? Get rid of the old yeast, so that you may be a new unleavened batch—as you really are.
  2. And just as leaven leavens by its mere presence in the lump, by merely passively being there, and will go on doing it so long as there is a lump to leaven, so had the vicar, more than his hardworking wife, more than the untiring Lady Shuttleworth, more than any district visitor, parish nurse, or other holy person, influenced Symford by simply living in it in a way that would have surprised him had he known.

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