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" We seem contemptible and insane. But fear not. Believe that our Saviour, who has overcome the world, will speak effectually in us. If gold should lie in our way, let us value it as the dust beneath our feet. We will not, however, condemn or despise the... "
The Edinburgh Review - Page 13
1847
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Littell's Living Age, Volume 14

American periodicals - 1847 - 640 pages
...numbers who go and come to execute the commands of holy obedience." " We seem contemptible and iasane. But fear not. Believe that our Saviour, who has overcome...patient in tribulation, fervent in prayer, fearless in labor, and the kingdom of God, which endures forever, shall be your reward." Such, we are assured by...
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Eclectic Magazine, and Monthly Edition of the Living Age, Volume 12

American periodicals - 1847 - 610 pages
...impiius men will condemn and oppose you. Settle it in your hearts to endure all things with meakness and patience. The wise and the noble will soon join themselves to •ou, and, with you, will preach to kings, to >rinces, and to nations. Be patient in tribuation, fervent...
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Essays in Ecclesiastical Biography, Volume 1

Sir James Stephen - Christian biography - 1850 - 548 pages
...French are coming. The Spaniards are hastening. The English and the Germans are running. All nations arc mingling together. I hear the tread of the numbers...Companions," was the inaugural discourse of Francis to his first disciples. Then drawing on the earth on which he stood a figure of the cross, each limb of which...
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Essays in Ecclesiastical Biography

Sir James Stephen - Christian biography - 1860 - 702 pages
...and the apostolic college the antitype. The morning had dawned over the hills from which the river Torto flows, and long had been the prayer of Francis,...Companions," was the inaugural discourse of Francis to his first disciples. Then drawing on the earth on which he stood a figure of the cross, each limb of which...
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Essays in Ecclesiastical Biography

Sir James Stephen - Christian biography - 1875 - 702 pages
...effectually in us. If gold should lie in our way, let us value it as the dust beneath our feet. AVe will not, however, condemn or despise the rich who...Companions," was the inaugural discourse of Francis to his first disciples. Then drawing on the earth on which he stood a figure of the cross, each limb of which...
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Stoics and Saints: Lectures on the Later Heathen Moralists, and on Some ...

James Baldwin Brown - Christian saints - 1893 - 332 pages
...to endure all things with meekness and patience. The wise and noble 1 Vita, auot. Trib. Soc. , o. 3. will soon join themselves to you, and with you will preach to kings, to princes, and to nations.'1 Soon after the humble tattered squalid company bent their steps towards Rome. Few things...
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The Ridpath Library of Universal Literature ...: A Biographical ..., Volume 10

John Clark Ridpath - Literature - 1898 - 556 pages
...insane. But fear not. Believe that our Saviour, who has overcome the world, will speak effectually to us. If gold should lie in our way, let us value it...patient in tribulation, fervent in prayer, fearless in labor, and the kingdom of God, which endures forever, will be your reward. — From His Life, by BONAVENTURA....
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The Ridpath Library of Universal Literature: A Biographical and ...

John Clark Ridpath - Anthologies - 1899 - 526 pages
...insane. But fear not. Believe that our Saviour, who has overcome the world, will speak effectually to us. If gold should lie in our way, let us value it...patient in tribulation, fervent in prayer, fearless in labor, and the kingdom of God, which endures forever, will be your reward. — From His Life, by BONAVENTURA....
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Francis and Dominic and the Mendicant Orders

Sir John Herkless - Friars - 1901 - 256 pages
...ideals. One morning, the Three Companions relate, he called the small fraternity together, saying : " Take courage, and shelter yourselves in God. Be not...God, which endures for ever, shall be your reward." , Dominic, unlike Francis, organised an Order, placing / it under papal control, and though it was...
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International Library of Masterpieces, Literature, Art and Rare ..., Volume 13

Harry Thurston Peck - Literature - 1901 - 444 pages
...will receive you and your words with joy. Proud and impious men will condemn and oppose you. Settle in your hearts to endure all things with meekness...patient in tribulation, fervent in prayer, fearless in labor, and the kingdom of God, which endures forever, will be your reward. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN. BENJAMIN...
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