Raoul, learn how to distinguish the king from royalty; the king is but a man; royalty is the gift of God
They that have beauty, let them be thankful for it, and make a good use of it, like any other talent; they that have it not, let them console themselves, and do the best they can without it: certainly, though liable to be over-estimated, it is a gift of God
, and not to be despised.
Yet these powers are ever used for good, and they are the gift of God
and not of the devil, which is the difference betwixt white magic and black.
Life has been miserable miserable, at least, of late but I will not cast away the gift of God
, while he affords me the means of defending it.
A gift of God
bestowed upon doctors in compensation
SOCRATES: Then, Meno, the conclusion is that virtue comes to the virtuous by the gift of God
The wonderful innocence that was hers by the gift of God
The choice is between insisting upon the due reward of our deeds and the infinitely more precious gift of God
In this vein, the Pope went on to propose that, finally and above all, there is "faith, a gift of God
accepted by the good will of man, and unity in the charity of Christ" (ibid.
First, language, or the ability to speak and name the world, is derivative of the imago Dei as a gift of God
It is a gift of God
that in the universe he has created, he has given room for us to be creative.