Letter cxxv. To Rusticus.
... Still it is no fault of Christianity that a hypocrite falls into sin ... spears and arrows,"
 and as the man whose "words were softer than oil yet were ...
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The victory of Faith
... words within its lips; whose mouth is lined with velvet; whose words are softer
than butter; whose ... is a fanatic; he is a cant, he is a hypocrite," says the ...
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... first"the oily tongue, the words softer than butter, and ... Let the wise man's words
be written on thine ... Wait awhile, thou unctious hypocrite, wait awhile, for ...
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... The word "law," in Scripture, may be taken more ways than one, as might be largely ...
under the law""that is, you to whom I do now write these words, who are ...
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Nave's Topical IndexPsalm 55:21
The words of his mouth were smoother than butter, but war was in his heart: his words were softer than oil, yet were they drawn swords.Nave's Topical Index
Words in a Multitude of, is Sin
Words of Jesus are Spirit and Life
Words of Jesus of Eternal Life
Words of Jesus: Gracious
Words of Jesus: Will Judge
Words of My Mouth
Words of the Complete Man, Gentle
Words of the Hypocrite, Softer than Oil
Words of the Talebearer, Wounds to the Soul
Words of the Teacher, should be Plain
Words of the Wise: As Goads, and As Well-Fastened Nails
Words of the Wise: Gracious
Words without Knowledge, Darken Advice
Words: Aptly Spoken, Like Apples of Gold in Filigree of Silver
Words: Deceitful, are a Snare to the One Who Utters Them
Words: Fool Known by the Multitude of
Words: Hasty, Folly of
Words: Idle, an Account Must be Given for on the Day of Judgment
Words: Like a Tempest
Words: Seditious, Deceive the Naive
Words: should be Acceptable to God
Words: Spoken at the Proper Moment
Words: Unprofitable, to be Avoided
Words: Unspeakable, Heard by Paul in Paradise
Words: Vain, not to be Regarded
Words: Will Swallow Himself
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