10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «SELF-DENYINGLY»
Discover the use of self-denyingly
in the following bibliographical selection. Books relating to self-denyingly
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A Monument to the Memory of George Eliot: Edith J. Simcox's ...
Wrote self- denyingly to say all that on Saturday. Still self-denyingly sent the
parcel of mended shirts by a girl. On the next Tuesday (I4th) he was ushered
upstairs bringing another parcel, and when I heard she was in the carriage I
Edith Jemima Simcox, Constance Marie Fulmer, Margaret E. Barfield, 1998
Søren Kierkegaard: Social and political philosophy : ...
... existence can be described by Kierkegaard as "crime" and "punishment" in that
humankind, having defied the divine purpose, willfully continues in a situation
that tends to isolation from God.37 God can therefore be seen as self-denyingly ...
Daniel W. Conway, K. E. Gover, 2002
Selected Sermons of George Whitefield
... and are gone before us to inherit the promises. View again and again, how
holily, how self-denyingly, how unblameably they lived: And if self-denial was
necessary for them, why not for us also? Are we not men of lie passions with
Clavis bibliorum: The key of the Bible, unlocking the ...
To submit silently and self- denyingly to the Lord chastisements, thereupon
aPuring him of many promised blessings under his afflictons, ver. 17. to the end
of the chapt. Job's Reply, is hereunto sub io) ned ; wherein he, 1 Excused his
Sermons of George Whitefield:
Viewagain and again,how holily,how self-denyingly, how unblameably they lived:
And if self- denial was necessary for them, why notforus also? Are we not
menoflie passions withthem?Do we not live inthe same wicked worldasthey did?
George Whitefield, Two Sparrows, 2014
Capitalism Unbound: The Incontestable Moral Case for ...
He can achieve values and be happy-but “selfish” and immoral; or he can
surrender values to others and be unhappy but self-denyingly virtuous. An
individual will not feel love or aflection toward one for whom he must sacrifice. He
The Russian Memoir: History and Literature
In his “historical studies” published in 1896 he, too, waxes lyrical over
Dolgorukaia's purely Russian character: “Such a delicate, generous and self-
denyingly loving heart grew and blossomed in our native atmosphere under the
warm breath of ...
Culture and Society in the Stuart Restoration: Literature, ...
Their near-silence in this and their near-silence on questions of race and slavery
might be linked; certainly they constitute two related absent centers in their texts.
57 They rechannel or displace their energies, in one sense self-denyingly, into ...
... bound by no vows, except, of course, such as they might choose to make for
themselves m private. Here they laboured among the lowest haunts of misery
and sin, piously and self-denyingly enough, sweet souls ! in hope of a higher
place in ...
James Anthony Froude, John Tulloch, Thomas Carlyle, 1848
Ideology and National Identity in Post-communist Foreign ...
Nevertheless. scholarship and journalism identifies 'ideology' in apparently, or
even self-denyingly. non- ideological foreign policies. K.J. Holsti defined ideology
in such a way that the major key inputs of foreign policy that any country would ...