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The truth shall set you free,” said Christ, and the more we turn our aspirations from material acquisitiveness and seek to lay up treasure above, the more we aim to rise, the oftener we “get in the spirit,” the more readily we “shall know truth” and reach liberation from the fetter of flesh which binds us to a limited environment, and attain to a sphere of greater usefulness.
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Then such a character will usually seek to “get even” as he calls it, he will go about for a long time inciting others to commit murder and other crimes.
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Yet it is not the aim of God to “get even;” _love_ is higher than _law_ and in His wonderful mercy and solicitude for our welfare He has opened the way of repentance and reform whereby we may obtain forgiveness of sin, as taught by the Lord of Love: the Christ.
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While sojourning in this fruitful plain the Lord said unto him, “get thee out of thy country, and from thy kindred, and from thy father’s house, unto a land which I will show thee.
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Ruthenberg snapped to Fraina, “Get on the phone and send out a pick-up order for him.
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Larry said, “Get me Mr. Foster on the phone, Irene.
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They think they will “get saved again” when some evangelist comes to hold a revival.
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If some one has done evil toward us, he has lowered himself by that act; and for us to decide to “get even” by a similar act toward him is for us to decide that we will lower ourselves to his level.
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To “get even” means to get on the same level.
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If we “get even,” we are as bad as he, and worthy that others look upon us with the same feelings with which we regard him.
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God forbids us to threaten to “get even” with anyone.
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The blood of Christ will wash away the “get even” disposition from us; and until we are thus cleansed, let us not presume to call ourselves by that holy name of Him who “when he was reviled, reviled not again; when he suffered, he threatened not; but committed himself to him that judgeth righteously.
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What a contrast, what a delusion! from rags to silks and satins; from a filthy abode not fit for pigs to a palace; from turnips and diseased bacon to wine and biscuits; from beds of rotten straw to crimson and gold-covered chairs; from trampling among dead cats to a carpet composed of wild flowers; from “Get out you wretch and fetch some money, no matter how,” to “Come here, my dear, is there anything I can do for you?
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Examples of Get

Example #1
Study of philosophy and science has a tendency to further perception of truth, and as science has progressed it has gradually receded from its erstwhile crude materialism.
Example #2
The straightest stick appears crooked when partly immersed in water, and the truths which are so self-evident in the Higher worlds are likewise obscured, refracted or twisted out of all semblance under the illusory conditions of this material world.
Example #3
Then we have an epidemic of murders in a community, a condition not infrequent.
Example #4
When society retaliates and puts him to a violent death shortly after he has committed the crime, he is most likely to feel himself as having been greatly injured, and not without cause.
Example #5
Not indeed contrary to law, for His laws are immutable, but by application of a higher law, whereby we accomplish here that which would otherwise be delayed until death had forced the day of reckoning.
Example #6
Thus the pain experienced in eradication of his vice would be exactly commensurate with the energy he had expended upon contracting the habit, as the force wherewith a falling stone strikes the earth is proportionate to the energy expended in hurling it upwards into the air.