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Say, all is from God’(24) is a sound and sufficient argument, and ‘if God toucheth thee with a hurt there is no dispeller thereof save Him’(25) is a healing medicine.
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The anarchist says, ‘No man is capable of judging another.’ We say, ‘Each man must judge his fellow, must demand proper evaluation of him.’ To judge a man by his clothes, the amount of money he owns, the car he drives, the neighborhood in which he lives, or the society he keeps, is out of the question in a vital culture.
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Lo! thou seest Him, touchest Him, eatest Him.’ ” St. Augustine (fifth century), addressing the newly-baptized, says: “I promised you a discourse wherein I would explain the sacrament of the Lord’s table, which sacrament you even now behold, and of which you were last night made partakers.
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And how came you to insult him,’ said I, ‘knowing his temper as you do?’ ‘Merely through forgetfulness, master: I was riding him about a month ago, and having a stick in my hand, I struck him, thinking I was on another horse, or rather thinking of nothing at all.
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He is our Esop, the most acute and clever of all our moral writers—his philosophy—’ ‘I will have nothing to do with him,’ said I. ‘Wherefore?’ said the Armenian.
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He’s chaffing; let me at him’; and before I could put myself on my guard, she struck me a blow on the face which had nearly brought me to the ground.
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I am a poor travelling girl, born in a workhouse: journeying on my occasions with certain companions, I came to this hollow, where my company quarrelled with the young man, who had settled down here, as he had a right to do if he pleased; and not being able to drive him out, they went away after quarrelling with me, too, for not choosing to side with them; so I stayed here along with the young man, there being room for us both, and the place being as free to me as to him.’ ‘And in order that you may be no longer puzzled with respect to myself,’ said I; ‘I will give you a brief outline of my history.
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Well, ’twas better that the dear child should remain with friends who had been so admirably kind to him’; and in his talk to me afterwards, honestly praised and admired the weaver’s conduct and spirit; owned that the Frenchman was a right fellow, and he, the Lord have mercy upon him, a sad villain.
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He would not say, that one burst of general indignation should drive them from the parish they polluted with their presence (‘Give it him!’).
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A general movement was visible in the Court, at this announcement, and the obliging functionary with silver staff whispered us that ‘there would be some fun now, for this was a brawling case.’ We were not rendered much the wiser by this piece of information, till we found by the opening speech of the counsel for the promoter, that, under a half-obsolete statute of one of the Edwards, the court was empowered to visit with the penalty of excommunication, any person who should be proved guilty of the crime of ‘brawling,’ or ‘smiting,’ in any church, or vestry adjoining thereto; and it appeared, by some eight-and-twenty affidavits, which were duly referred to, that on a certain night, at a certain vestry-meeting, in a certain parish particularly set forth, Thomas Sludberry, the party appeared against in that suit, had made use of, and applied to Michael Bumple, the promoter, the words ‘You be blowed;’ and that, on the said Michael Bumple and others remonstrating with the said Thomas Sludberry, on the impropriety of his conduct, the said Thomas Sludberry repeated the aforesaid expression, ‘You be blowed;’ and furthermore desired and requested to know, whether the said Michael Bumple ‘wanted anything for himself;’ adding, ‘that if the said Michael Bumple did want anything for himself, he, the said Thomas Sludberry, was the man to give it him;’ at the same time making use of other heinous and sinful expressions, all of which, Bumple submitted, came within the intent and meaning of the Act; and therefore he, for the soul’s health and chastening of Sludberry, prayed for sentence of excommunication against him accordingly.
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Ah, you’re very right, sir,’ said another gentleman, with his wife, and children, and mother, and wife’s sister, and a host of female friends, in all the gentility of white pocket-handkerchiefs, frills, and spencers, ‘Mr. Green is a steady hand, sir, and there’s no fear about him.’ ‘Fear!’ said the little man: ‘isn’t it a lovely thing to see him and his wife a going up in one balloon, and his own son and _his_ wife a jostling up against them in another, and all of them going twenty or thirty mile in three hours or so, and then coming back in pochayses?
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It cannot save him.’ ‘Jack,’ murmured the girl, laying her hand upon his arm, ‘they shall not persuade me to swear your life away.
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It struck me, the moment I saw him,’ said the young lady, gazing intently, and with a melancholy air, on the scarlet countenance of Mr. Cymon Tuggs.
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Then, if I gave you instructions for his treatment through the night, you could not assist him?’ The woman wept bitterly, as she replied, ‘I could not.’ Finding that there was but little prospect of obtaining more information by prolonging the interview; and anxious to spare the woman’s feelings, which, subdued at first by a violent effort, were now irrepressible and most painful to witness; the surgeon repeated his promise of calling in the morning at the appointed hour.
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Tottle, that’s Timson; bred for the church, which I fear will never be bread for him;’ and he chuckled at the old joke.
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He thinks I recommended him,’ thought Tottle.
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Examples of Him

Example #1
After some months a royal edict was promulgated appointing Adrianople in the district of Roumelia as their place of abode and residence.
Example #2
We are free from every anxiety, and ready and prepared for the things predestined to Us.
Example #3
We are the antithesis of the anarchist.
Example #4
Well, whether or not you’re right, Voss, you’ve lost.
Example #5
You ought to know what you have received.
Example #6
How many nowadays say: ‘Would that they could look upon His (Jesus’) form, His figure, His raiment, His shoes.