Acts ix. 10, 12
... Jesus""he saith not, "Who made thee blind," but, "Who ... fled from Damascus) this was
no cowardice:  he ... they too were ignoble men, and of ignoble parents. ...
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C. The Third Period. Chs. 6:12 to 8:56
... greatness does not lie in the moral cowardice which bends ... time they saw his control
over the blind forces of ... be given her to eat.56 And her parents were amazed ...
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Syria at the Beginning of the Egyptian Conquest
... sacred stones"Tombs and the fate of man after death ... an indistinct sign: it has not
yet been restored. ... expense of fresh losses, unless the cowardice or treason ...
/.../chapter iisyria at the beginning.htm
The Last Days of the Old Eastern World
... Order was once more restored, but he was not yet ... Asia concentrated in the hands of
one man: Xerxes must ... blame for the final disaster on the cowardice of the ...
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... Thyself through Thy Son as a sacrifice, I am restored from the ... "No man can serve ... to
the unfavourable conditions of life, to the natures of parents and tutors. ...
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Answer to Eunomius' Second Book .
... pity and cruelty, hope and memory, cowardice and audacity ... And if a man is familiarized
with such ignorance ... the dead were raised, that the blind received their ...
/.../gregory of nyssa dogmatic treatises etc/answer to eunomius second book.htm
... it is that often our evil and blind flesh, or the ... changing life of our body should
be restored by means ... Indeed, what an insignificant cobweb your life is, man! ...
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Nave's Topical IndexJohn 9:22
These words spoke his parents, because they feared the Jews: for the Jews had agreed already, that if any man did confess that he was Christ, he should be put out of the synagogue.Nave's Topical Index
Cowardice in Fearing to Attempt the Conquest of Canaan
Cowardice in the Battle With the People of Ai
Cowardice: 20, 000 of Gideon's Army
Cowardice: Aaron, in Yielding to the Israelites, when They Demanded an Idol
Cowardice: Abraham, in Calling his Wife his Sister
Cowardice: Adam, in Attempting to Shift Responsibility for his Sin Upon Eve
Cowardice: Amoritish Kings
Cowardice: David, in Fleeing from Absalom
Cowardice: During the Storm at Sea
Cowardice: Early Converts Among the Rulers
Cowardice: Ephraimites and Manassehites
Cowardice: General Scriptures Concerning
Cowardice: Guards of the Sepulcher of Jesus
Cowardice: Isaac, in Calling his Wife his Sister
Cowardice: Jacob, in Flying from Laban
Cowardice: Joseph of Arimathaea, Secretly a Disciple
Cowardice: Nicodemus, in Coming to Jesus by Night
Cowardice: Parents of the Blind Man, Who Was Restored to Sight
Cowardice: Peter and Other Christians, at Antioch (Of Syria)
Cowardice: Peter, in Denying the Lord
Cowardice: Pilate, in Condemning Jesus, Through Fear of the People
Cowardice: Samuel, Fearing to Obey God's Command to Anoint a King in Saul's Place
Cowardice: The Philippian Jailer
Cowardice: The Ten Spies
Cowardice: To Fight With the Philistines
Cowardice: To Meet Goliath
Cowardice: when Jesus Was Apprehended
Cowardice: when They Saw Jesus Walking on the Sea
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