exalt sätze

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  1. Exalt wisdom and she will promote you.
  2. Praise and exalt him above all forever.
  3. I will exalt my throne above the stars of God:.
  4. Though thou exalt thyself as the eagle, and though.
  5. The Holy Spirit is given to exalt and glorify Christ.

  6. A star/angel which wanted to exalt himself to the level of.
  7. Capernaum ceased to exalt and was covered by sand of Galilee's.
  8. It would exalt the backstabbers who rallied the moment a rival.
  9. He preferred not to exalt or gloat in the defeat of a courageous foe.
  10. Whoever proud and haughty shall be brought low, but I exalt the humble.
  11. You exalt sinful men into the position of mediators between God and man.
  12. Not leaders that seek their own honor or use believers to exalt themselves.
  13. The whole purport of his remarks now was evidently to exalt himself and insult.
  14. And the king shall do according to his will; and he shall exalt himself, and.
  15. They follow the men who exalt themselves, who have the material, governmental and.

  16. Capernaum ceased to exalt and was covered by sand of Galilee's seashore, its grave.
  17. That which is now offered and pressed upon us does not soothe, purify, exalt, or refine.
  18. If we observe it thoroughly, we will revere and exalt our Creator and realize His Majesty.
  19. Zevin this life shouldn’t be about how far we can exalt ourselves above those around us.
  20. He wanted to exalt himself above God and he could persuade one third of all heavens angels.
  21. Yet, God starts speaking about Satan in that he desired to exalt himself above the most high.
  22. God says: …and exalt your followers above those who disbelieve till the Day of Resurrection.
  23. Cities do cease to exalt [brought down to hades-the grave]: as both Capernaum and Sodom have been.
  24. Cities do cease to exalt (brought down to hades-the grave), as both Capernaum and Sodom have been.
  25. And whosoever shall exalt himself shall be abased; and he that shall humble himself shall be exalted.

  26. Sincerely, I do not wish to share in the utopian spirit that you seem to praise and exalt in him.
  27. Cultures that exalt psychopathic ideals are said to be rare,[22] but even in our own society, there are.
  28. Matthew 23:12 And whosoevver shall exalt himself shall be abased; and he that is humble himself shall be exalted.
  29. Psalms: 37:34: Wait on the LORD, and keep his way, and he shall exalt thee to inherit the land: when the wicked are.
  30. To put with one hand a pedestal under the feet of the two faithful ones, and with the other to exalt the unfaithful.
  31. It is good to praise God and exalt his name and honourably to show forwardly the works of God; therefore be not slack to praise him.
  32. Wisdom is the principal thing, therefore get wisdom and with all your getting get understanding; exalt her and she shall promote you;.
  33. I raise fervent prayers to Heaven that the Almighty may exalt the race of the just, and mercifully fulfill the desires of Your Majesty.
  34. It's found in Ezekiel, where he said even though I'm an archangel, I will arise, I will ascend, I will exalt my throne above the throne of God.
  35. It is of the nature of an ex post facto law—it is more—it tends to exalt the military authority over the civil—it is this or it is nothing.
  36. Therefore humble yourselves under the mighty hand of God, that He may exalt you in due time, casting all of your care upon Him, for He cares for you.
  37. Moreover, a majority of them can now read, and the books they read are not all such as exalt a military life; there are some which point out its immorality.
  38. The whole purport of his remarks now was evidently to exalt himself and insult Alexander—just what he had least desired at the commencement of the interview.
  39. The real interest of democracy is therefore to exalt, emancipate, and recognize the divinity of the human spirit and to recognize that all power is from within.
  40. As the lord of the household shall set the true and tried servant over the affairs of his family, so will I exalt those who endure the trials of this hour in the affairs of my kingdom.
  41. You are the product of a home where the parents bear each other a sincere affection, and therefore you have not been overloved so as injuriously to exalt your concept of self-importance.
  42. If any one supposes that I wish to exalt and exaggerate the position of the laity at the expense of the clergy, and that I think lightly of the ministerial office, he is totally mistaken.
  43. When would the days begin of that active wifely devotion which was to strengthen her husband's life and exalt her own? Never perhaps, as she had preconceived them; but somehow—still somehow.
  44. Though in the early stages of a gathering a leader might not be gifted or called, so always believers must defer and exalt the Lord Jesus Christ as the ultimate leader over the Church Assembly.
  45. Someone is always coming up with a new scheme to exalt themselves, maybe get a little more business, or even worst, just plain and simply hide the inner value of the act, that is, they want attention.
  46. There are two faculties humans have that exalt them above the animal kingdom: their rational faculty (expressed in the signs of Gemini and Aquarius) and their aesthetic faculty, exemplified by Libra.
  47. The Father planned how He could exalt the Son, and the Son submitted to the Father's plan, and now the Bible says: every knee shall bow, every tongue confess, that Jesus Christ is Lord, to the glory of God the Father.
  48. I found little in the higher doctrines of my faith to exalt my apprehensions of divine goodness and righteousness, or adapted to encourage a cheerful confidence in that Power on which rest the foundations of the universe.
  49. Alexander Kapitonovich Malikov, who lived in the seventies in Orel, preached the doctrine of God-humanity, consisting in this, that each man ought to be re-born morally and exalt the divine principle which was in him.
  50. Thou wast our father’s God, and as such we will exalt thee; thou art our childrens God, and that also we will plead with thee; for the promise is to us and our children; and thou art a God in covenant with believers, and their seed.
  51. Thou wast our father�s God, and as such we will exalt thee; thou art our childrens God, and that also we will plead with thee; for the promise is to us and our children; and thou art a God in covenant with believers, and their seed.
  52. In the middle of their adversity - they'd been beaten up, whipped and put into jail for doing good and then they began to praise God, lift Him up, begin to exalt Him, sing songs and actually just magnify God and that is when they got an answer.
  53. In the middle of their adversity - they'd been beaten up, whipped and put into jail for doing good; and then they began to praise God, lift Him up, begin to exalt Him, sing songs, and actually just magnify God; and that is when they got an answer.
  54. Extraordinary as it now seemed, there was no doubt that he had very violently loved her; and to love violently, to love with such rapture that one entirely forgets self, does exalt a man, does catch him up to heights infinitely beyond where he had ever been before, or ever will be again.
  55. He stood, at this moment, on the very proudest eminence of superiority, to which the gifts of intellect, rich lore, prevailing eloquence, and a reputation of whitest sanctity, could exalt a clergyman in New England's earliest days, when the professional character was of itself a lofty pedestal.
  56. Since temptations have become succeeding one another as dark as the night, therefore, God will destroy those who have disbelieved and insisted on disbelieving from among us, while He will deliver those who have believed through His Mercy and will exalt them above the unbelievers till the Day of Resurrection.
  57. To make the clergy mediators between Christ and man,�to exalt them far above the laity, and put all ecclesiastical power into their hands,�to clothe them with sacerdotal authority, and regard them as infallible guides in all Church matters,�this has always been an essential element of the Romish system.
  58. By this time I was so affected by this inward involution of sentiments, so softened by this sight, that now, betrayed into a sudden transition from extreme fears to extreme desires, I found these last so strong upon me, the heat of the weather too perhaps conspiring to exalt their rage, that nature almost fainted under them.
  59. And when kings and princes observe this marvellous science of poetry in wise, virtuous, and thoughtful subjects, they honour, value, exalt them, and even crown them with the leaves of that tree which the thunderbolt strikes not, as if to show that they whose brows are honoured and adorned with such a crown are not to be assailed by anyone.
  60. On that day shall rise one voice and bless and glorify and exalt in the spirit of faith and in the spirit of wisdom and in the spirit of patience and in the spirit of mercy and in the spirit of judgement and of peace and in the spirit of goodness and shall all say with one voice: Blessed is He and may the name of the Lord of Spirits be blessed forever and ever.
  61. For all that, he fancied some sage, either a friend or an enemy, might, by the aid of magic, have given them to the press; if a friend, in order to magnify and exalt them above the most famous ever achieved by any knight-errant; if an enemy, to bring them to naught and degrade them below the meanest ever recorded of any low squire, though as he said to himself, the.
  62. On that day shall rise one voice, and bless and glorify and exalt in the spirit of faith, and in the spirit of wisdom, and in the spirit of patience, and in the spirit of mercy, and in the spirit of judgement and of peace, and in the spirit of goodness, and shall all say with one voice: Blessed is He, and may the name of the Lord of Spirits be blessed forever and ever.
  63. When, intoxicated by the crimes he has committed so successfully, he reaches Paris, the dissolution of the republican government, which a year earlier might have ruined him, has reached its extreme limit, and his presence there now as a newcomer free from party entanglements can only serve to exalt him—and though he himself has no plan, he is quite ready for his new rôle.
  64. So, since he could not achieve his such function and only a few of them believed at his hands, therefore God, Glory to Him, promised him to bring him back in the last age and to exalt him by his lofty deed, and to make the believers who will follow him above those who disbelieve till the Day of Resurrection so as to please his spirit and to show his deed and his sublime hidden intention.
  65. For the foreigners who arrived without love they converted the street of the loving matrons from France into a more extensive village than it had been, and on one glorious Wednesday they brought in a trainload of strange whores, Babylonish women skilled in age-old methods and in possession of all manner of unguents and devices to stimulate the unaroused, to give courage to the timid, to satiate the voracious, to exalt the modest man, to teach a lesson to repeaters, and to correct solitary people.
  66. From him it was I first learned, to any purpose, and not without infinite pleasure, that I had such a portion of me worth bestowing some regard on; from him I received my first essential encouragement, and instructions how to put it in that train of cultivation, which I have since pushed to the little degree of improvement you see it at; he it was, who first taught me to be sensible that the pleasures of the mind were superior to those of the body; at the same time, that they were so far from obnoxious to, or, incompatible with each other, that, besides the sweetness in the variety and transition, the one served to exalt and perfect the taste of the other, to a degree that the senses alone can never arrive at.
  67. Christianity destroys the State—Which is more necessary, Christianity or the State?—There are men who defend the necessity of the State, and others who, on the same grounds, deny this necessity—Neither can be proved by abstract reasoning—The question decides the character of a man's consciousness, which either allows or forbids him to participate in the organization of the State—Realization of the uselessness and immorality of taking part in the organization of the State, which is contradictory to Christian doctrine, decides this question for each one, regardless of the destiny of the State—Argument of the defenders of the State, as a form of social life indispensable for the defense of the good from the wicked, until all nations, and all members of each nation, shall have become Christians—The more wicked are always those in power—History is but a recital of the usurpation of power by the bad over the good—The acknowledgment by authority of the necessity of struggle with evil by violence is equivalent to self-destruction—The annihilation of violence is not only possible, but is going on before our eyes—However, it is not destroyed by State violence, but through those men who, obtaining power by violence, and recognizing its vanity and futility, benefit by experience and become incapable of using violence—This is the process through which individual men, as well as whole nations, have passed—It is in that way that Christianity penetrates into the consciousness of men, and not only is this accomplished despite the violence used by authority, but through its agency, and therefore the abolition of authority is not only without danger, but it goes on continually as life itself—Objection of the defenders of the State system that the diffusion of Christianity is improbable—Diffusion of Christian truth interdicting violence accomplished not only slowly and gradually, by the internal method, by individual recognition of the truth, by prophetic intuition, by the realizing of the emptiness of power and abandonment of it by individual men, but accomplished also by the external method, by which large numbers of men, inferior in intellectual development, at once, in view of their confidence in the others, adopt the new truth—The diffusion of truth at a certain stage creates a public opinion, which compels the majority of men who have previously opposed it to recognize the new truth at once—Therefore a universal renunciation of violence may very soon come to pass; namely, when a Christian public opinion shall be established—The conviction of the necessity of violence prevents the establishment of Christian public opinion—Violence compels men to discredit the moral force which can alone exalt them—Neither nations nor individual men have been conquered by violence, but by public opinion, which no violence can resist—It is possible to conquer savage men and nations only by the diffusion of Christian public opinion among them, whereas the Christian nations, in order to conquer them, do everything in their power to destroy the establishment of a Christian public opinion—These unsuccessful experiments cannot be cited as a proof of the impossibility of conquering men by Christianity—Violence which corrupts public opinion only prevents the social organization from becoming what it should be, and with the abolition of violence Christian public opinion will be established—Whatever may take place when violence has been abolished, the unknown future can be no worse than the present, and therefore one need not fear it—To penetrate to the unknown and move toward it is the essence of life.
  68. To exalt the present and the real,.
  69. I will exalt my throne above the stars of God,.
  1. Like Running On The Stars, Exalting.
  2. Her spirit merged with his, exalting her into a higher state; yet, she had never felt more true to herself.
  3. They spoke of Jerebiatnikof with indifference, without hatred, but also without exalting his high achievements.
  4. He says those who are impulsive and lose their tempers easily and quickly are foolish and are exalting folly.
  5. And all of these memory treasures radiate their most precious and exalting influences under the releasing touch of spiritual worship.
  6. On account therefore of this loftiness of mind many became vain exalting themselves: for self-will and empty confidence is a great demon.
  7. There is something exalting and stimulating in it, although, used to excess as he sometimes uses it, it is apt to suffer from lack of repose.
  8. She could never have explained the chain of thought that made her smile; but the last link in it was that her husband, in exalting his brother and abasing himself, was not quite sincere.
  9. Every proud mind knows something of this experience, and perhaps it is only to be overcome by a sense of fellowship deep enough to make all efforts at isolation seem mean and petty instead of exalting.
  10. Because of the surpassing greatness of the revelations, for this reason, to keep me from exalting myself, there was given me a thorn in the flesh, a messenger of Satan to torment me—to keep me from exalting myself! 8.
  11. On the other hand, there is no sentiment or imagination in the connections which men and women are supposed by him to form; human beings return to the level of the animals, neither exalting to heaven, nor yet abusing the natural instincts.
  12. I bid not now enjoy a calm of reason enough to perceive, but I extatically, indeed, felt the power of such rare and exquisite provocatives, as the examples of the night had proved towards thus exalting our pleasures: which, with great joy.
  13. But hearing now of Versilov's noble action I was moved to genuine and whole-hearted enthusiasm, blaming myself with shame and remorse for my cynicism and indifference to principle, and instantly exalting Versilov to heights far above me, I almost embraced Vassin.
  14. If the meaning of life is seen in the well-being of one's nation, or in honoring one's ancestors and continuing the mode of life led by them, as was the case among the Romans and the Chinese respectively, then art transmitting feelings of joy at sacrificing one's personal well-being for the common weal, or at exalting one's ancestors and maintaining their traditions, would be considered good art, but art expressing feelings contrary to this would be regarded as bad.
  15. The keeper, then, in full detail, and bit by bit, described the end of the contest, exalting to the best of his power and ability the valour of Don Quixote, at the sight of whom the lion quailed, and would not and dared not come out of the cage, although he had held the door open ever so long; and showing how, in consequence of his having represented to the knight that it was tempting God to provoke the lion in order to force him out, which he wished to have done, he very reluctantly, and altogether against his will, had allowed the door to be closed.
  16. He stealthily fawns on another, drops a smile of benevolence, twirls on his short, round, though rather wooden-looking leg, and already he’s at a third, and is cringing upon a third, he’s making up to him in a friendly way; before one has time to open one’s mouth, before one has time to feel surprised he’s at a fourth, at the same manoeuvres with him — it was horrible: sorcery and nothing else! And every one was pleased with him and everybody liked him, and every one was exalting him, and all were proclaiming in chorus that his politeness and sarcastic wit were infinitely superior to the politeness and sarcastic wit of the real Mr.
  1. In some exalted moment an.
  2. Shall be exalted to the skies.
  3. Great and exalted deeds are.
  4. Exalted is God, the True King.
  5. The eminent, exalted master, M.
  6. And thou hast exalted thyself.
  7. Exalted is He above having a son.
  8. Maa-Maa I exalted with joy.
  9. Glorified and Exalted is Al’lah.
  10. Christ had been raised and exalted.
  11. The exalted professor was telling.
  12. An exalted state of mind throughout.
  13. Thrice happy, when exalted to survey.
  14. Exalted in rank, Owner of the Throne.
  15. He is exalted, far above what they say.
  16. I will be exalted among the nations, I.
  17. God is exalted above what they associate.
  18. The Exalted Ruler possessed all the power.
  19. And exalted by this Love, we go on praying.
  20. He is the Exalted in Power, Full of Wisdom.
  21. He went down, and therefore He was exalted.
  22. From exalted to heaven to the grave [hades].
  23. MY name shall be exalted in all the earth!.
  24. From exalted to heaven to the grave (hades).
  25. He is exalted, far above what they associate.
  26. The accessory is exalted above the principal.
  27. It is after humility that we are then exalted.
  28. EH Ma HO Great manifestation of exalted wisdom.
  29. This is the state of the most exalted excel-.
  30. Because of the exalted position he enjoys, his.
  31. That the Lord alone will be exalted in that day.
  32. And this Temple, which should be so exalted –.
  33. Being therefore by the right hand of God exalted.
  34. He is exalted (cpth) high above their falsehoods.
  35. Glory be to Him; exalted above what they associate.
  36. He is exalted above the associations they attribute.
  37. Mohammad is the darling of God and the most exalted.
  38. They went from greatness (exalted to heaven) to non-.
  39. Wopsle, exalted with his late performance,—we have.
  40. Who is that man? Who exalted Him into that place? [God.
  41. It is one of the most exalted attributes of sovereignty.
  42. She was exalted, but her exaltation was shot with doubt.
  43. I don’t know if you can be exalted after being placed.
  45. I could tell he was exalted by what he was accomplishing.
  46. By nature exalted wisdom, having the aspect of the inner.
  47. Isaiah 2 tells us that Jerusalem will be exalted above all.
  48. She went on home alone, feeling exalted, glad in her faith.
  49. Since Venus is exalted in Pisces, it is in its fall in Virgo.
  50. In allah, exalted In Power, worthy of all PraIse! hIM to whoM.
  51. By the blessing of the upright the city is exalted, but it is.
  52. Contemplate that it becomes an inexhaustible ocean of exalted.
  53. The one who knows the reality of my exalted magnificence and.
  54. All so someone of her exalted station could cover her nakedness.
  55. The first Exalted Ruler mandated it and the subjects complied.
  56. Everything is possible when the Exalted Ruler mandates something.
  57. A Princess that lives in a Palace, I am moving in exalted circles.
  58. For I am exalted in your hearts, even as you are exalted in Mine.
  59. He is exalted above every other person, angel, and created being.
  60. Exalted be your Lord, the Lord of Glory, beyond their allegations.
  61. By this the Dalai Lama meant that because of his exalted position.
  62. Seven, who hold very definite and exalted offices in the Hierarchy.
  63. Christ is exalted in our lives and glorified in the world, by the.
  64. Wherefore God also hath highly exalted him, and given him a name.
  65. The patriarchal religions exalted the family, the tribe, the nation.
  66. Glory be to God, and exalted be He above the associations they make.
  67. Fame’s a pretty exalted term for what I have to offer, I said.
  68. He enters its first stage only, which, exalted infinitely beyond our.
  69. Look! See how I am glorified and exalted within the hearts of My own?!.
  70. He was in exalted company and his cowardly heart seems to miss a beat.
  71. It presents a new and exalted goal of destiny, a supreme life purpose.
  72. The revelation of the Book is from God, the Exalted in Might, the Wise.
  73. But it was exalted still higher by the last campaign against the Turks.
  74. The marriage of Heaven and earth will be exalted at the Lord’s coming.
  75. Even on the most exalted throne in the world we are only sitting on our.
  76. To befoul and smear the exalted name Of one who spurned them in his pride.
  77. And Exalted is the Grandeur of our Lord-He never had a mate, nor a child.
  78. They went from greatness (exalted to heaven) to non-existence (hades-the.
  79. Pharaoh exalted himself in the land, and divided its people into factions.
  80. For that which is exalted among men is an abomination in the sight of God.
  81. It wasn’t perfect, but our exalted guests didn’t really seem to notice.
  82. Nash experienced the exalted heights of notoriety and the depths of despair.
  83. But what is the way leading to such exalted state which man should live in?
  84. Every little nuance of feeling is magnified and exalted – for good or bad.
  85. What is the way that leads to this exalted state in which people should live?
  86. One’s exterior can only be exalted once interior grandeur has been addressed.
  87. You have been exalted in me, and I now pray that I may be honored in these men.
  88. They went from greatness (exalted to heaven) to non-existence (hades-the grave).
  89. Capernaum, will not be exalted to heaven, will you? You shall descend to Hades.
  90. As for the word “the Glorious One”, it means “the High and Exalted One”.
  91. I would hang very dismally, with drooping head and wings, on those exalted hooks.
  92. And perhaps our cravings for the fine and exalted only amount to that in reality.
  93. And you, Capernaum, which are (present tense) exalted to heaven, shall be (future.
  94. And you, Capernaum, which are [present tense] exalted to heaven, shall be [future.
  95. And you, Capernaum, will not be exalted to heaven, will you? You shall descend to.
  96. Earth is yours; the kingdom is yours, O Lord, and you are exalted as head above all.
  97. If that's mine, I feel so exalted, so strong, that nothing can be humiliating to me.
  98. Kris was exalted with the success that he had secured in such a short period of time.
  99. For our author, Melchizedek is an enormously exalted being to who are applied names.
  100. Psalms 97 goes on to say that he is exalted far above all gods and ye gods worship him.
  1. The King Who Exalts Himself.
  2. This exalts them to the skies.
  3. Who opposes and exalts himself.
  4. God says: "… and the good deed exalts him…".
  5. He exalts us as well by revealing more and more of.
  6. Observe these: (1) The man of sin exalts himself above God.
  7. This is a Psalm of David, and to say that it exalts mankind.
  8. Free will salvation exalts the will of the spiritually dead unsaved.
  9. My soul exalts the Lord and my spirit has rejoiced in God my Savior.
  10. The presence of a friend enhances all beauty and exalts every goodness.
  11. In fact, this Psalm exalts the Lord, and gives the powers and limitations that God.
  12. He who is slow to wrath has great understanding, but he who is impulsive exalts folly.
  13. A fourth one: it brings a fruit of peace in our life, and it exalts Jesus and lifts Him up.
  14. For everyone who exalts himself shall be abased; and everyone who abases himself shall be exalted.
  15. When someone falls, they need someone to stand next to them, not someone who exalts himself above them.
  16. Forget not, every one who exalts himself shall be humbled, while he who truly humbles himself shall be exalted.
  17. You are the prince and Saviour, whom God exalts with his right hand, to give repentance and forgiveness of sins.
  18. Proverbs 14:29 - He that is slow to wrath has great understanding but he that is hasty of spirit exalts folly.
  19. Humble yourself has to do with trusting God, with doing what God's calling you to do, and then in due time He exalts you.
  20. And blessing him: That is He gives him an ability to get relish and pleasure in that which his Provider exalts him with.
  21. A fourth one, it brings a fruit of peace in our life, and it exalts Jesus and lifts Him up, so there's just some simple things.
  22. Loyalty requires humility, if each of the partners exalts himself above the other in status and worth, the partnership is doomed.
  23. Ishmael the son of Abraham and his mother Hagar were two soul-sided creatures boasted by Satan to build the temple house that exalts him.
  24. The phrase and blessing him refers to giving the person an ability to attain relish and pleasure in what their Provider exalts them with.
  25. And whosoever exalts himself, (again, speaking of the flesh of man), will be humbled, and he that humbles himself, (puts away the flesh), shall be exalted.
  26. If you can only love your children as God loves you, you will love and cherish your wife as the Father in heaven honors and exalts the Infinite Spirit, the mother of all the spirit children of a vast universe.
  27. Webster defines fascism as a political philosophy, movement or regime that exalts nation and race and stands for a centralized autocratic government headed by a dictatorial leader, severe economic and social regimentation, and forcible suppression of opposition.
  28. First the man who seems to have the Spirit exalts himself and wishes to have the first seat and is bold and impudent and talkative and lives in the midst of many luxuries and many other delusions and takes rewards for his prophecy; and if he does not receive rewards he does not prophesy.
  29. Have you not read in the Scriptures that `wrath kills the foolish man,' and that man `tears himself in his anger'? That `he who is slow of wrath is of great understanding,' while `he who is hasty of temper exalts folly'? You all know that `a soft answer turns away wrath,' and how `grievous words stir up anger.
  30. Let no one deceive you by any means; for that Day will not come unless the falling away comes first, and the man of sin is revealed, the son of perdition, who opposes and exalts himself above all that is called God or that is worshiped, so that he sits as God in the temple of God, showing himself that he is God.
  31. Let no one in any way deceive you, for it will not come unless the apostasy comes first, and the man of lawlessness is revealed, the son of destruction, who opposes and exalts himself above every so-called god or object of worship, so that he takes his seat in the temple of God, displaying himself as being God.
  32. And now! now I felt, to the heart of me! I felt the prodigious keen edge, with which love, presiding over this act, points the pleasure: love! that may be styled the Attic salt of enjoyment; and indeed, without it, the joy, great as it is, is still a vulgar one, whether in a king or a beggar; for it is, undoubtedly, love alone that refines, ennobles, and exalts it.
  33. Did Paul do this: please Macedonians tick a box and pledge your denarii? Do these people not know that God is judge: he puts down and he exalts (Psalm 75:7)? To be honest, there are very few big evangelical groups I want to see prosper, but try telling them that! I’m not against churches collecting money to produce quality resources, but at the end of the day the early church in the 1st Century and the Chinese church in the last century exploded to gargantuan proportions with a few pennies and dusty sandals.
  34. Now we beseech you, brethren, touching the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ, and our gathering together unto him; to the end that you be not quickly shaken from your mind, nor yet be troubled, either by spirit, or by word, or by a letter from us, as that the day of Lord is just at hand; let no man deceive you in any way: for it will not be, except the falling away come first, and THE MAN OF SIN be revealed, the SON OF DESTRUCTION, he that opposes and exalts himself against all that is called God or that is worshiped; so that he sits in the temple of God, setting himself forth as God.
  35. Luke 14:8-24 When you are asked of any man to a wedding do not sit down in the highest room; in case a more honourable man than you is asked by him; and he who invited you and he comes and says to you give this other man a place; and you begin with shame to take the lowest room; but when you are asked go and sit down in the lowest room; so that when he who asks you to come over he may say to you friend go up higher; then you shall have worship in the presence of those who sit at meals with you; because whoever exalts himself shall be abased; and he who humbles himself shall be exalted; When you make a dinner or a supper do not call your friends nor your brothers neither your relatives nor your rich neighbours; in case they also invite you back again and compensation is made for you but when you make a party or feast call the poor the maimed the lame and the blind; and you shall be blessed; because they cannot recompense you because you shall be recompensed at the resurrection of the just; blessed is he who shall eat bread in the Kingdom of God.

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