The Providence of God.
... On this occasion the philosopher rises into that celebrated sentiment, that ... ortune
favours still the wise and brave ... had a great share both of prudence and good ...
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To My Fellow Presbyter, Timothy, Dionysius the Presbyter.
... in our approach to the higher glories by prudence and piety ... place any confidence
in the All Wise and most ... many of the Theologians, who have celebrated It, not ...
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Antichrist in Daniel
... and earth, who hath given to David the king a wise son, endued with prudence"
(2:Chron ... This forms a part of the celebrated prophecy of the seventy "weeks ...
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To Master Raimondo of Capua of the Order of the Preachers
... in the garden of Holy Church, in different wise than in ... of all the Family, and have
Mass celebrated before Him ... your heart with holy and true prudence; and that ...
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Whether Idolatry is Rightly Reckoned a Species of Superstition?
... as a man is said to be wise in respect ... to belong to "civil theology," which was
celebrated by the ... true religion, and to idolatry: just as prudence is applied ...
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On Pleasing all Men
... One celebrated tract of this kind, entitled "The Courtier ... to all men, especially
to wise and good men ... your courtesy may vary, as Christian prudence will direct ...
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The Accession of Darius.
... of the second speaker in this celebrated consultation was ... have either the sagacity
to form wise counsels, or ... so large as to preclude prudence and deliberation ...
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Paul in Athens.
... a nature, to have been surmounted by human courage and prudence. ... Athens was the most
celebrated city of Greece. ... "Professing themselves to be wise, they became ...
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The Case of Reason Impartially Considered
... motives; such as ought to influence a wise man. ... word to be understood in the celebrated
question concerning ... his cattle, and to act with prudence and propriety ...
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The Letter of the Synod, Relative to Its Decisions: and the ...
... the whole habitable earth are accounted wise, should be ... Wherefore it is becoming
your prudence to make such ... solar year), so that they celebrated two Passovers ...
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Torrey's Topical TextbookProverbs 16:21
The wise in heart shall be called prudent: and the sweetness of the lips increases learning.Torrey's Topical Textbook
Prudence in Avoiding his Enemies
Prudence in Charging Those Who Were Healed not to "Advertise" his Miracles
Prudence in Circumcising Timothy
Prudence in Performing Temple Rites
Prudence in Turning the Jewish Sects Against Each Other
Prudence in Walking "No Longer Openly"
Prudence of the Wicked: Defeated by God
Prudence of the Wicked: Denounced by God
Prudence of the Wicked: Fails in Times of Perplexity
Prudence of the Wicked: Keeps Them from the Knowledge of the Gospel
Prudence of the Wicked: Necessity For-Illustrated
Prudence: Abigail, in Averting David's Anger
Prudence: Achish, in Dismissing David
Prudence: Aged Counsellors of Rehoboam
Prudence: Avoiding Suspicion in Administering the Gifts of the Congregations
Prudence: Certain Elders of Israel
Prudence: David, in his Conduct Toward Saul
Prudence: David, in Overthrowing Ahithophel's Shrewd Advice
Prudence: Elijah, in his Escape from Jezebel
Prudence: Exemplified by Christ
Prudence: Exhibited in the Manifestation of God's Grace
Prudence: General Scriptures Concerning
Prudence: Going to the Feast Secretly
Prudence: His Lack of
Prudence: Intimately Connected With Wisdom
Prudence: Jacob, in his Conduct Toward Esau
Prudence: Jacob, Toward his Sons, After Dinah's Defilement
Prudence: Jehoram, in Suspecting a Syrian Stratagem
Prudence: Jethro's Advice to Moses
Prudence: Joseph, in his Conduct Toward Mary
Prudence: Joseph, in the Affairs of Egypt
Prudence: Nehemiah, in Conduct of Affairs at Jerusalem
Prudence: Paul and Barnabas, in Escaping Persecution
Prudence: Paul and Silas, in Escaping from Berea
Prudence: Peter, in Escaping from Herod Agrippa I
Prudence: Rehoboam's Advisers
Prudence: Saints Act With
Prudence: Saints should Especially Exercise, in Their Intercourse With
Prudence: Saul, in not Killing the Jabesh-Gileadites
Prudence: Sergius Paulus
Prudence: The Israelites, in the Threatened War With the Two and One-Half Tribes
Prudence: The Poor Wise Man
Prudence: The Scribe
Prudence: The Town Clerk of Ephesus, in Averting a Riot
Prudence: The Wise Celebrated For
Prudence: The Young should Cultivate
Prudence: They Who Have are Preserved by It
Prudence: They Who Have: Crowned With Knowledge
Prudence: They Who Have: Deal With Knowledge
Prudence: They Who Have: Foresee and Avoid Evil
Prudence: They Who Have: Get Knowledge
Prudence: They Who Have: Keep Silence in the Evil Time
Prudence: They Who Have: Look Well to Their Goings
Prudence: They Who Have: Not Ostentatious of Knowledge
Prudence: They Who Have: Regard Reproof
Prudence: They Who Have: Suppress Angry Feelings
Prudence: They Who Have: Understand the Ways of God
Prudence: They Who Have: Understand Their own Ways
Prudence: Virtuous Wives Act With
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