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    1. love, shepherd and even be edified by that brother

    2. equally edified if they had been alone on a Pacific

    3. Had we lived a hundred years ago, we might have edified my grandfather, and he could have inspired us with how he suffered for Christ’s mission

    4. Black and white missionaries could have edified each other to advance the true Gospel with social action

    5. Are communicants more likely to be edified if the words of administration are said to each one separately, than they are if they are said to the whole rail collectively?

    6. the words that stand under the Epilogue—"Spirits edified, demons instilled"—to

    7. 550 Also this place was a missions sending base where the Apostle Paul and others were sent out551 and came back to rest, be edified and encouraged

    8. "It is possible," said Morcerf; "my father has in his study a genealogical tree which will tell you all that, and on which I made commentaries that would have greatly edified Hozier and Jaucourt

    9. She was just, as some of the young lasses said, like Clarissa Harlowe, in the cuts and copperplates of Mrs Rickerton’s set of the book, and an older and more curious set than Mrs Rickerton’s was not in the whole town; indeed, for that matter, I believe it was the only one among us, and it had edified, as Mr Binder the bookseller used to say, at least three successive generations of young ladies, for he had himself given it twice new covers

    10. There was, so to speak, silence in her speech; she said just what was necessary, and she possessed a tone of voice which would have equally edified a confessional or enchanted a drawing-room

    11. But they ought to be followed, and nurtured and edified

    1. One who speaks in a tongue edifies himself; but one who prophesies edifies the church

    2. we are a good testimony that edifies those around us

    3. As we revere the deity, our manner of speaking and way of behaving edifies one another

    4. We are people who do deeds and perform with endurance a self-expression that edifies the people around the world

    5. They want you to have an intense disapproval of interaction that edifies one another in what is said and done

    1. I believe that this rejection of having a multitude of elders that have been distinguished and anointed by the Holy Spirit to lead and to edify is in fact a statement of our condition

    2. For by so acting you shall edify yourselves

    3. All I've ever asked of my pupils is to treat me the same as I treat them: with politeness as equals while doing my best to amuse as well as edify

    4. destroy but to edify, encouraging those wounded or in

    5. share all the things about our new life in Christ and edify

    6. The vast majority of church-goers appear to suppose that when they have gone to church on Sunday, and have been at the Lord's Supper, they have done their duty, and are not under the slightest obligation to warn, to teach, to rebuke, to edify others, to promote works of charity, to assist evangelization, or to raise a finger in checking sin, and advancing Christ's cause in the world

    7. Above all, let every parochial incumbent make a point of teaching every communicant that he is an integral part of the Church of England, and is bound to do all that he can for its welfare,�to visit, to teach, to warn, to exhort, to edify, to help, to advise, to comfort, to support, to evangelize; to awaken the sleeping, to lead on the inquiring, to build up the saints, to promote repentance, faith, and holiness everywhere, according to his gifts, time, and opportunity

    8. talents than with such as might edify us by

    9. powerful sermons preached by the men and women of God that will edify, encourage and

    10. That is why we are here to edify and instill proper Dharma within your hearts

    11. The words we choose to speak would flow with consideration to enhance or edify those in hearing range

    12. That mingles with a disdain for people who say they want to edify others by their words and behaviors, but oppose the goodness flowing from everyone else

    13. And as we are taught of God to love one another, give us to abound therein more and more, and as we have opportunity to do good to all men, and as much as in us lies to live peaceably with all men; always following after the things that make for peace, and things wherewith one may edify another

    14. 1Corinthians 10:20 This is the idolatry that we must be vigilant-of as this type of “love” does not edify a thing

    15. One of the reasons for the continued existence and growth of the underground Church in North Korea is that they have not been dependent on a few highly esteemed leaders in the Church but have rather emphasized the raising up of all to be servant leaders who are able to edify and build the Church

    1. (l) Our teaching and preaching should be edifying to the body of Christ (I Tim

    2. use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers

    3. decisions as to what was and what was not edifying for

    4. The most any society can reasonably hope for is the edifying moral and principle examples of honest and forthright individuals whose unimpeachable conduct might otherwise influence our own standards of behavior

    5. “For we have not received the gifts of God for ourselves only, or for to hide them; but for to bestow them unto the honoring of God and Christ and the edifying of the congregation, which is the body of Christ

    6. Speaking the truth in love is what can help correct people in edifying ways

    7. (Anyone who tries to correct outside of love can be attempting to release sinful garbage into your life, which is certainly not edifying, and therefore should be rejected)

    8. Now I wish that you all spoke in tongues, but even more that you would prophesy; and greater is one who prophesies than one who speaks in tongues, unless he interprets, so that the church may receive edifying

    9. ( The life of Moses is most edifying reading

    10. It says: now let no corrupt word proceed out of your mouth, but rather that which is good for the use of edifying - that it might what? Now you know this scripture, I want you to think about it - that it might? Minister grace

    11. Now notice this: he said speak words that are good for edifying - notice this - that they may impart grace to the hearers

    12. There cannot, therefore, be anything very important in this point, and every believer may use his liberty, and do what he finds edifying to himself without condemning others

    13. edifying; and want of wisdom in application

    14. thoughts on the good and edifying

    15. The contemplation of virtuous happiness is at least as edifying for this lady as the contemplation of water from a cliff

    16. It is possible that some of the worst offenders surround us, who notoriously suppress the free flow of edifying communication

    17. Rumors abound about people who are alive with edifying communication, but really, they are dead to fruitful exchanges

    18. Our inward softness, through the fruit of the spirit, “unmakes” the hardness that once was the barrier to edifying exchanges

    19. Jennings' network is, after all, the one that bequeathed America such edifying television fare as NYPD Blue, the raucous police drama renowned for its raunchy language and for broadcasting the bare backsides of its lead thespians

    20. Earlier, billions of “people” existed and created outer Worlds on the basis of primitive SFUURMM-Forms (formed thousands of years ago) concerning Adam and Eve, the history of Christianity based on the Old Testament, a collection of revelations about karma and “reincarnation of souls” adopted in Buddhism, interpretations of edifying stories and Sufic mystic experiences of Islam, religious teaching legends and tutorial traditions of other religions, or some other system of Information

    21. To have a child share a Scripture verse or short prayer can be a greatly edifying practice for the children themselves and even for the adults

    22. 29 Let no corrupt communication proceed out of your mouth, but that which is good to the use of edifying, that it may minister grace unto the hearers

    23. and welcome of the edifying light of the Soul

    24. His writings, however, are always edifying and awakening

    25. ly, the role of Cabinet Secretariat and the PMO remains far from edifying in that they too

    26. It is exiting and edifying

    27. For scores of years gone by, Monseigneur had squeezed it and wrung it, and had seldom graced it with his presence except for the pleasures of the chase--now, found in hunting the people; now, found in hunting the beasts, for whose preservation Monseigneur made edifying spaces of barbarous and barren wilderness

    28. They will impose various public acts of penitence upon themselves with a beautiful and edifying effect; in fact you've nothing to be uneasy about

    29. Perhaps by the time you return to Paris, I shall be quite a sober, staid father of a family! A most edifying representative I shall make of all the domestic virtues—don't you think so? But as regards your wish to visit our fine city, my dear count, I can only say that you may command me and mine to any extent you please

    30. Sometimes their conversation was not at all edifying, for it consisted largely of bad language, which `Morpheus' assumed to be attributable to the fact that they were out of temper because they had to rise so early

    31. They were there gathered together without distinction of social class (and a most edifying spectacle it was to see) in that simple fane beside the waves, after the storms of this weary world, kneeling before the feet of the immaculate, reciting the litany of Our Lady of Loreto, beseeching her to intercede for them, the old familiar words, holy Mary, holy virgin of virgins

    32. “We’ve just spoken to him, and it’s not an edifying story

    33. ” Rhett suggested “Caveat Emptorium,” assuring her that it would be a title something more edifying, she asked him to think of a title that would include the word most in keeping with the type of goods sold in the store

    34. Among the sights of Europe, that of Rome has ever been held one of the most striking and in some respects edifying

    35. When she made remarks to this edifying effect, she had a firm little frown on her brow, which yet did not hinder her face from looking benevolent, and her words which came forth like a procession were uttered in a fervid agreeable contralto

    36. "Selina" received her with a pathetic affectionateness and a disposition to give edifying answers on the commonest topics, which could hardly have reference to an ordinary quarrel of which the most important consequence was a perturbation of Mr

    37. die, that his end was not only touching but edifying

    38. He imagined men such as he had himself been a fortnight ago, and he addressed an edifying exhortation to them

    39. Pennzoil infused cash for 80 percent of the stock, thereby diluting existing shareholders (and edifying short sellers who managed to stay short), and paid off Hindman handsomely for not working

    40. But all I can learn of their conclusions amounts to just this, that "Cato and Brister pulled wool"; which is about as edifying as the history of more famous schools of philosophy

    41. “New-comers kept increasing the number of the plunderers, and it was indeed an edifying spectacle to see these men dying of hunger, and at the same time loaded with such quantities of treasure that they could move only with difficulty

    42. In Victor Hugo's Notre Dame de Paris an edifying and gratuitous spectacle was provided for the people in the Hôtel de Ville of Paris in the reign of Louis XI

    43. Yet, in spite of these edifying memories, it would be difficult to explain the frivolity, absurdity and malice that were manifested beside the coffin of Father Zossima

    44. Their children are sometimes congenital idiots, like the hero of our story; sometimes they are found in the dock at the Assizes, where they are generally acquitted by the jury for edifying motives; sometimes they distinguish themselves by one of those burning scandals that amaze the public and add another blot to the stained record of our age

    45. Besides these there were two books with coloured pictures—one, extracts from a popular book of travels, published for juvenile reading, the other a collection of very light, edifying tales, for the most part about the days of chivalry, intended for Christmas presents or school reading

    46. All human actions will then, of course, be tabulated according to these laws, mathematically, like tables of logarithms up to 108,000, and entered in an index; or, better still, there would be published certain edifying works of the nature of encyclopædic lexicons, in which everything will be so clearly calculated and explained that there will be no more incidents or adventures in the world

    47. She said the count had died as she would herself wish to die, that his end was not only touching but edifying

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