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old Mr Clare; one of the most earnest of his school; one of the few intense men left in the Church; not so intense as the extreme wind of Christian believers with which I have thrown in my lot, but quite an exception among the Established clergy, the younger of whom are gradually attenuating the true doctrines by their sophistries, till they are but the shadow of what they were.
Herdsmen, I say, but they call themselves the believers in the orthodox belief.
Companions, the creator seeketh, not corpses--and not herds or believers either.
The church is the Body of Christ and brings persons and nations to faith and obedience as it proclaims the gospel effectively in every people and incorporates believers from every people into ongoing churches (1)
This limit however can be readily available to the believer from those outside the tradition.
Fantasy Believer booked his ticket for the pounds 60,000 handicap with a battling success over subsequent winner Idle Power at Goodwood earlier this month.
I am a firm believer that peak oil is now upon us and that it is too late to mitigate many of the effects that the so-called pessimists (Colin Campbell, Richard Heinberg, James Howard Kunstler and others) predict.
Now, we might like to argue against Gutas that once there is a believer who invests Islam with some agency in his life, then Islam does indeed have agency: the believer may do or say something as a result of his engagement with the precepts of Islam.
This limited view of God typically prevents the Reformed believer from growing into the fullness of Christ.
A marriage between a believer and an unbeliever can be difficult -- but no, you shouldn't use this as an excuse to leave him.
Fantasy Believer was scoring for the fifth time this season; Smart Predator has added four to Quinn's tally.
2] Frequently, activists of the era were parodied as frustrated "True Believers," who, in Eric Hoffer's formulation, used mass movements as an anodyne for their own damaged psyches and unfulfilled selves.