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He retained his connection with his chapel until his death, officiating occasionally The well-beloved bookhaving as assistants John Wright —46 and Henry Vaughan Palmer — Why—what are you doing? The spouse speaks of His head, His locks, His eyes, His cheeks, His lips, His hands, His legs, His countenance, His mouth; and when she has mentioned them all, she sums up with reference to all by saying, "Yea, He is altogether lovely. Everything of Christ, everything that partakes of Christ, everything that hath a flavour or savour of Christ, is lovely to us.
Saviourgate Chapel; a memorial tablet is in the chapel. We can embrace Him by our love, but we can The well-beloved book touch Him with our The well-beloved book, He is so high, so glorious. Yet in the night he seemed to hear sardonic voices, and laughter in the wind at this development of his little romance, and during the slow and colourless days he had to sit and behold the mournful departure of his Well-Beloved from the form he had lately cherished, till she had almost vanished away. If we view Him as in the past, entering into a covenant of peace on our behalf; or, in the present, yielding Himself to us as Intercessor, Representative, and Forerunner; or, in the future, coming, reigning, and glorifying His people; "He is altogether lovely. Robert was a deputy-lieutenant for Worcestershire and M. But Jocelyn's interest did not run in this stream: he was like a stone in a purling brook, waiting for some peculiar floating object to be brought towards him and to stick upon his mental surface.
But he had never stinted Jocelyn. Almost his first entry into society after his father's death occurred one evening, when, for want The well-beloved book knowing what better to do, he responded to an invitation sent by one of the few ladies of rank whom he numbered among his friends, and set out in a cab for the square wherein she lived during three or four months of the year. As we think of that glad period, when we shall be with our Beloved for ever, we are ready to swoon away with delight. Now, to conclude, think of Him with practical results. Some woman, whose Well- Beloved flits about as yours does now, will catch your eye, and you'll stick to her like a limpet, while she follows her Phantom and leaves you to ache as you will.
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They are like the persons who, in the ninth verse of the chapter, asked, "What is thy Beloved more than another beloved, O thou fairest among women? Make Him the theme of conversation.
Almost his first entry into society after his father's The well-beloved book occurred one evening, when, for want of knowing what better to do, he responded to an invitation sent by one of the few ladies of rank whom he numbered among his friends, and The well-beloved book out in a cab for the square wherein she lived during three or four months of the year.
In all aspects, it is lovely; in all its The well-beloved book and details, it is perfect; and as a whole, it is perfection's model. Once she was a dancing-girl at the Royal Moorish Palace of Varieties, though during her whole continuance at that establishment he never once exchanged a word with her, nor did she first or last ever dream of his existence.
Is not His sacrifice most sweet to us? I was standing on the kerbstone of the pavement in Budmouth-Regis, outside the Preparatory School, looking across towards the sea, when a middle- aged gentleman on horseback, and beside him a young lady, also mounted, passed down the street.
The extended voyage of Marcia's parents had given them quite a zest for other scenes and countries; and it was said that her father, a man still in vigorous health except at brief intervals, was utilizing the outlook which his cosmopolitanism afforded him by investing capital in foreign undertakings.
Write,' he said. He is to us never more lovely than when we read in our Beloved's white and red that His Sacrifice is accomplished, and He has been obedient unto death for us.
His is an approachable beauty, which not only overpowers us with its glory, but holds us captive by its charms. Sometimes she was a tall, fine girl, but more often, I think, she preferred to slip into the skin of a lithe airy being, of no great stature.
As for His words, they seem to them as idle tales, or, at best, as inspired only in the same sense as the language of Shakespeare or Spenser.
My dear girl, it seems to me that there is only one thing to do, and that a very obvious thing. He, Himself, has become everything to us now, and only in the atmosphere of fervent love to Him can we feel at home.
They saw their recent love as what it was: 'Too rash, too unadvised, too sudden; Too like the lightning. The well-beloved book was stopping to look at the old-fashioned flowers under the garden walls when he heard a voice behind him.
This love of His has a wonderful power The well-beloved book beget The well-beloved book in unlovely hearts, and to nourish it into a mighty force. Barnes, an evangelical Arian, gave him no encouragement, but he did not reject the offer till February ; it was accepted soon after by George Walker.
You don't know my father. Not till then. As for a word against Him, it wounds us to the soul. Certain persons would be beautiful were it not for a wound or a bruise, but our Beloved is all the more lovely for His wounds; the marring of His countenance has enhanced its charms.
For months he would find her on The well-beloved book stage of a theatre: then she would flit away, leaving the poor, empty carcase that had lodged her to mumm on as best it could without her--a sorry lay figure to his eyes, heaped with imperfections and sullied with commonplace.
One thing it passed him to understand: on what field of observation the poets and philosophers based their assumption that the passion of love was intensest in youth and burnt lower as maturity advanced.
When our heart is full of love to Jesus, His loveliness becomes the passion of the soul, and sin and self are swept away.Apr 30, · Buy a cheap copy of Louis the Well Beloved book by Jean Plaidy. France eagerly awaits the day the young King, Louis XV, comes of age and breaks free from the rule of his ministers.
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What does well-beloved mean? well-beloved is defined by the lexicographers at Oxford Dictionaries as Dearly loved, greatly beloved., Chiefly in or with reference to royal letters, decrees, etc.The Well-Beloved.
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