How Thankful was Bewitched

Putnam, 1894 - 299 páginas

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Página 68 - For laying aside the commandment of God, ye hold the tradition of men, as the washing of pots and cups : and many other such like things ye do. And he said unto them, Full well ye reject the commandment of God, that ye may keep your own tradition.
Página 67 - When as we sat in Babylon the rivers round about, And in remembrance of Zion the tears for grief gushed out, We hanged our harps and instruments the willow-trees upon, For in that place men for their use had planted many a one.
Página 231 - Mihi jam non sis amara / Fac, me tecum plangere. Fac, ut portem Christi mortem / Passionis fac consortem / Et plagas recolere. Fac, me plagis vulnerari / Fac me cruce inebriari / Et cruore Filii.
Página 140 - Sternely he turnd againe, when he him strooke With his sharpe steele, and ran at him amaine With open mouth, that seemed to containe A full good pecke within the utmost brim, All set with yron teeth in raunges twaine, That terrifide his foes, and armed him, Appearing like the mouth of Orcus griesly grim...
Página 27 - The ruling elder always read the psalm. When the member of one church desired to receive the sacrament at another, he came to the ruling elder who proposed his name to the church for their consent. At the communion they sat with the minister.
Página 144 - Brothers, with this belt I open your ears that you may hear — I remove grief and sorrow from your hearts — I draw from your feet the thorns which have pierced them as you journeyed thither — I clean the seats of the council-house, that you may sit at ease — I wash your head and body, that your spirits may be refreshed — I condole with you on the loss of the friends who have died since we last met — I wipe out any blood which may have been spilt between us.
Página 203 - ... and trunks leaning back, as if the very woods threw aloft their arms and shrank away abashed. As she stood solitary beneath the deepening evening, the moon, near the full, gradually softened the scene into gentle beauty, while the mystery and solemnity were only heightened. Suddenly from the stand below, where her companions were gathered, so far away that the sound of the voices came mellowed and blended, there arose a beautiful chant which she had come to know well, but which she now seemed...
Página 41 - We do not only suffer them, But offer them to thee. Now, blessed Lord, let us believe Accepted that they be...
Página 292 - ... gloriam tuam judicarem), aut jam inflictum mortis ictum non acceptare gaudenter. Tibi ergo, Domine mi Jesu, et sanguinem et corpus et spiritum meum jam ab hac die gaudenter offero ; ut pro te, si ita dones, moriar, qui pro me mon dignatus es.

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Bulletin, Volúmenes1-33

Vista completa - 1888

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