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My dear fellow-traveller, here hast thou a letter

Nicolaus Ludwig Graf von Zinzendorf

My dear fellow-traveller, here hast thou a letter

which I have wrote to thee out of the fulness of my heart and with many tears for thy salvation"s sake; and the Lamb of God hath sprinkled it with His blood, that it will be profitable for thee, if thou abidest by thy heart, or now findest thy heart

by Nicolaus Ludwig Graf von Zinzendorf

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Published by Printed by Benjamin Franklin in [Philadelphia .
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  • Christianity

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesEarly American imprints -- no. 4564
    The Physical Object
    FormatElectronic resource
    Pagination23, [1] p.
    Number of Pages23
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18200473M

    Full text of "A study of the types of literature" See other formats. Bergthora said to Njal when she saw the money—"Thou thinkest thou hast fulfilled thy promise, but now my promise is still behind". "There is no need that thou shouldst fulfil it," says Njal. "Nay," says she, "thou hast guessed it would be so; and so it shall be." Hallgerda said to Gunnar—.

    ON DREAMS, THAT THEY ARE GOD-SENT* {**Yonge's title, A Treatise on the Doctrine that Dreams Are Sent from God.} BOOK 1 I. () The treatise before this one has contained our opinions on those visions sent from heaven which are classed under the first species; in reference to which subject we delivered our opinion that the Deity sent the appearances which are beheld by man in dreams in.   Upon my word, you have had good success; for one may say of your beard, that it is tondenti gravior."—"I conjecture," says Jones, "that thou art a very comical fellow."—"You mistake me widely, sir," said the barber: "I am too much addicted to the study of philosophy; hinc illae lacrymae, sir; that's my misfortune. Too much learning hath.

    Chapter III. A refutation of the heretics, from the fact that, in the various Churches, a perpetual succession of bishops was kept up. 1. It is within the power of all, therefore, in every Church, who may wish to see the truth, to contemplate clearly the tradition of the apostles manifested throughout the whole world; and we are in a position to reckon up those who were by the apostles. the Lord appeared to him, saying: There is here the shortest rod, of which thou hast made no account: thou didst bring it in with the rest, but didst not take it out with them. When thou hast taken it out, and hast given it him whose it is, in it will appear the sign of which I spoke to thee. Now.


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Get this from a library. My dear fellow-traveller, here hast thou a letter: which I have wrote to thee out of the fulness of my heart and with many tears for thy salvation's sake ; and the Lamb of God hath sprinkled it with His blood, that it will be profitable for thee, if thou abidest by thy heart, or now findest thy heart.

[Nicolaus Ludwig Zinzendorf, Graf von]. My Dear Fellow-Traveller, Here hast Thou a Letter, which I have wrote to Thee out of the Fulness of my Heart, and with many Tears for Thy Salvation's Sake; and the Lamb of God hath sprinkled it with His Blood, that it will be profitable for Thee, if Thou abidest by thy Heart, or now findest thy Heart.

Translation of the Pilgerbrief, And though my love is so wise and so pretty Some nights I'll still dream of you, You And I know you're out there, in the shadows I know you're out there, in the shadows I know you're out there, in the shadows Dear fellow traveler, underneath the moon Dear fellow traveler, underneath the moon Dear fellow traveler, underneath the moon.

WIT. Thou hast uttered volumes, folios, in less than decimo sexto, my dear Lacedemonian. Sirrah, Petulant, thou art an epitomiser of words. PET. Witwoud,--you are an annihilator of sense.

WIT. Thou art a retailer of phrases, and dost deal in remnants of remnants, like a maker of pincushions; thou art in truth here hast thou a letter book speaking) a speaker. and wert ever a good and kindly daughter--how thou hast let that rebel youth creep into thy heart I wot not; perhaps it is a punishment on me, who thought the loyalty of my house was like undefiled ermine.

Yet here is a damned spot, and on the fairest gem of all--my own dear Alice. But do not weep--we have enough to vex us. Book III Preface. Thou hast indeed enjoined upon me, my very dear friend, that I should bring to light the Valentinian doctrines, concealed, as their votaries imagine; that I should exhibit their diversity, and compose a treatise in refutation of them.

therefore have undertaken-showing that they spring from Simon, the father of all heretics-to exhibit both their doctrines and successions. Out of my house, out of my house, thou viper, thou serpent that I have fostered, thou bosom traitress that I raised from nothing.

Begone, begone, begone, go, go; that I took from washing of old gauze and weaving of dead hair, with a bleak blue nose, over a chafing-dish of starved embers, and dining behind a traver's rag, in a shop no bigger. And I, it seems, am a husband, a rank husband, and my wife a very errant, rank wife,—all in the way of the world.

’Sdeath, to be a cuckold by anticipation, a cuckold in embryo. Sure I was born with budding antlers like a young satyr, or a citizen’s child, ’sdeath, to be out-witted, to be out-jilted, out-matrimonied.

35 And the apostle answered him, saying: If thou depart from these things whereof thou hast received knowledge, as thou hast said, and if thou know who it is that hath wrought this in thee, and learn and become a hearer of him whom now in thy fervent love thou seekest; thou shalt both see him and be with him for ever, and in his rest shalt thou.

24 February John Adams to Abigail Adams My Dear I was very glad to receive a Line from you, by Mr. French, tho the Account you give me of the Danger of my dear Mother gives me great Concern 27 February Abigail Adams to Mercy Otis Warren Your agreable favour of January 19 demands from me more than I am able to pay.

Thou hast indeed enjoined upon me, my very dear friend, that I should bring to light the Valentinian doctrines, concealed, as their votaries imagine; that I should exhibit their diversity, and compose a treatise in refutation of them. therefore have undertaken-showing that they spring from Simon, the father of all heretics-to exhibit both their.

Content Introductory 3 Chapter 1: The Manners of Kings 17 Chapter 2: On the Morals of Dervishes 55 Chapter 3: On the Excellence of Content 89 Chapter 4: On the Advantages of Silence Chapter 5: On Love and Youth Chapter 6: On Weakness and Old Age Chapter 7: On the Effects of Education Chapter 8: On Rules for Conduct in Life Conclusion 2File Size: 1MB.

Out of my house, out of my house, thou viper, thou serpent that I have fostered, thou bosom traitress that I raised from nothing. Begone, begone, begone, go, go; that I took from washing of old gauze and weaving of dead hair, with a bleak blue nose, over a chafing-dish of starved embers, and dining behind a traver's rag, in a shop no bigger.

Thou hast made the end of this life the beginning to us of true life. Thou for a season restest our bodies in sleep and awakest them again at the last trump.

Thou givest our earth, which Thou hast fashioned with Thy hands, to the earth to keep in safety. One day Thou wilt take again what Thou hast given, transfiguring with immortality and grace.

" Beloved Friend, — I have received thy letter of the 30th of the 4th mo. last: am thankful I have yet a small place in thy remembrance. Tliine is precious to me, being like Epictetus, not written with pen and ink.

Well, my dear, thou hast then put on again the harness. Fellow Traveller by Paul Gerard fellow traveller in lifeThat comes with an open heartComparing not to others.

PageAuthor: Paul Gerard Reed. "Well, not inclined for a long country walk through fields garnished with stiles, nor for teaching stupid children in a school, nor for listening to a very sober, sensible book, such as that to which my dear good aunt is treating us; but just inclined to rest on a sofa with a diverting novel in my hand, to chat to amusing visitors, or to fill.

INTRODUCTION. The Translation. This file contains the English translation by C.C. Swinton Bland of, The Autobiography of Guibert, Abbot of Nogent-sous-Coucy, (London: George Routledge: New York: E.P. Dutton, ).Readers should note that Bland used as his underlying text the Latin edition of Dom Luc D'Achery ofand ignored a more modern edition by Georges Bourtin.

Full text of "The Miracle Play Of Hasan And Husain" See other formats. The Arabian Nights Entertainments Complete by Anon. Its easy to link to paragraphs in the Full Text Archive If this page contains some material that you want to link to but you don't want your visitors to have to scroll down the whole page just hover your mouse over the relevent paragraph and click the bookmark icon that appears to the left of it.

And the angel of the Lord appeared to him, saying: There is here the shortest rod, of which thou hast made no account: thou didst bring it in with the rest, but didst not take it out with them.

When thou hast taken it out, and hast given it him whose it is, in it will appear the sign of which I spoke to thee.In a letter, written during some severe weather, I find the words: "We have had two Arctic days, dear Mierstching had four winters of such days and this brings to my remembrance the interest with which my father had just before read a MS.

journal kept by Mr. Mierstching, a young Moravian missionary, during four winters in the Arctic regions.“Come, Goodman Brown!” cried his fellow-traveller, “this is a dull pace for the beginning of a journey.

Take my staff, if you are so soon weary.” “Friend,” said the other, exchanging his slow pace for a full stop, “having kept covenant by meeting thee here, it is my purpose now to return whence I came.