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How Man's Activity Should be Purely in the Intellect and not in ...
... playing with the products of the imagination and the senses, and holds to them,
it is obvious that he has not yet emerged from the motivation and limitations ...
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Chapter xiii
... unsuitable material as early as possible. Behind the outward separation
ties a deeper motivation. At the same time, this incident ...
/...// of genesis volume 1/chapter xiii.htm

Meekness and Rest
... So-called "society" runs by a motivation not higher than this, and the poorer classes
on their level are little better. Let no one smile this off. ...
// pursuit of god/ix meekness and rest.htm

... One need not and perhaps should not further analyse the motivation of the smile,
which is the smile the sophisticated must always have for the I. The I is ...
/.../ugolino/the little flowers of st francis of assisi/introduction.htm

Chapter xxx
... dictionaries. KW gives Glueck as the meaning for both. Only, of course, the
motivation of the name must needs be a bit different. Here ...
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Chapter xlvii
... he says besides: "I would lie with my fathers." With men of strong faith, such as
the patriarchs had, such petitions would have a deep and worthy motivation. ...
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Chapter xxv
... Otherwise we can hardly believe that Jacob would have made this special request
without further motivation, or that Esau would have consented to the bargain ...
// of genesis volume 1/chapter xxv.htm

Topical Bible Verses
Philippians 3:12-14
Not as though I had already attained, either were already perfect: but I follow after, if that I may apprehend that for which also I am apprehended of Christ Jesus.




Motive: Ascribed to God

Motive: Misunderstood: David's, by King Hanun

Motive: Misunderstood: Job's, in his Righteousness

Motive: Misunderstood: The King of Syria's, in Sending Presents to the King of Israel by Naaman

Motive: Misunderstood: The Tribes of Reuben and Gad, in Asking for Their Inheritance East of the Jordan River

Motive: Misunderstood: when They Built the Memorial

Motive: Right, Required

Motive: Sinful, Illustrated by Cain

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