A Grace Disguised Famous Quotes & Sayings

6 A Grace Disguised Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

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Things that remind me of Mother are these:
the truth 'mid deception, a warm summer breeze,
the calm within chaos, a stitch in a rip,
a comforting blanket, the smile on her lip,
an ocean of love in a heart big as whales,
the morals in everyday stories she tells,
a wink amid laughter, the wisdom in books,
the peace in humility, beauty in looks,
the light and the life in a ray of the sun,
the hard work accomplished disguised as pure fun,
concern in a handclasp, encouragement too,
the hope in a clear morning sky azure blue,
the power in prayers uttered soft and sincere,
the faith in a promise, and joy in a tear.
These things all attest to the wonder and grace
of my precious mother, none else could replace.
Richelle E. Goodrich A Grace Disguised Sayings By Richelle E. Goodrich: Things that remind me of Mother are these:the truth 'mid deception, a warm summer breeze,the
He who the sword of heaven will bear
Should be as holy as severe;
Pattern in himself to know,
Grace to stand, and virtue go;
More nor less to others paying
Than by self-offences weighing.
Shame to him whose cruel striking
Kills for faults of his own liking!
Twice treble shame on Angelo,
To weed my vice and let his grow!
O, what may man within him hide,
Though angel on the outward side!
How may likeness made in crimes,
Making practise on the times,
To draw with idle spiders' strings
Most ponderous and substantial things!
Craft against vice I must apply:
With Angelo to-night shall lie
His old betrothed but despised;
So disguise shall, by the disguised,
Pay with falsehood false exacting,
And perform an old contracting.
William Shakespeare A Grace Disguised Sayings By William Shakespeare: He who the sword of heaven will bearShould be as holy as severe;Pattern in himself
In ressentiment morality, love for the "small," the "poor," the "weak," and the "oppressed" is really disguised hatred, repressed envy, an impulse to detract, etc., directed against the opposite phenomena: "wealth," "strength," "power," "largesse." When hatred does not dare to come out into the open, it can be easily expressed in the form of ostensible love - love for something which has features that are the opposite of those of the hated object. This can happen in such a way that the hatred remains secret. When we hear that falsely pious, unctuous tone (it is the tone of a certain "socially-minded" type of priest), sermonizing that love for the "small" is our first duty, love for the "humble" inspirit, since God gives "grace" to them, then it is often only hatred posing as Christian love.Max Scheler A Grace Disguised Sayings By Max Scheler: In ressentiment morality, love for the "small," the "poor," the "weak," and the "oppressed" is
If grace is so wonderful, why do we have such difficulty recognizing and accepting it? Maybe it's because grace is not gentle or made-to-order. It often comes disguised as loss, or failure, or unwelcome change.Kathleen Norris A Grace Disguised Sayings By Kathleen Norris: If grace is so wonderful, why do we have such difficulty recognizing and accepting it?
The sound of her voice was so pretty, it almost disguised the ugliness of her words.Grace Burrowes A Grace Disguised Sayings By Grace Burrowes: The sound of her voice was so pretty, it almost disguised the ugliness of her
Grace had called Ellen a dry little prune who'd be lucky to give it away for free disguised as a hat, let alone sell it or marry it off.Lyndsay Faye A Grace Disguised Sayings By Lyndsay Faye: Grace had called Ellen a dry little prune who'd be lucky to give it away