Shoes of the Beauty Conferred on Saints
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Instructions to Catechumens.
... to honor, even before the dignity is conferred, laying up ... the instruction from us,
removing your shoes and raiment ... remain in preservation of the beauty and the ...
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Post-Nicene Mothers
... Her beauty is frequently spoken of by the ancient ... the sister of Constantius, were
conferred upon Julian. ... inwrought with threads of gold, and creaking shoes. ...
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Matt. Ix. 27-30.
... labor is in words, that the benefit conferred by you is ... we first blame ourselves),
nor without shoes and a ... thine eyes from an harlot, and from beauty not thine ...
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Third Sunday after Trinity Humility, Trust, Watchfulness ...
... correct man for iniquity, thou makest his beauty to consume ... God's kingdom or profit
the offices conferred on them. ... did not wear his make of shoes, and should ...
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Rom. viii. 12, 13
... For a benefit once for all conferred does not, for the ... For were I even to compare
the beauty of our bodies ... the throne, and the clasp, and the shoes, all that ...
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Letter xxii. To Eustochium.
... She has conferred on you a high privilege; you are ... They fail to appreciate the beauty
of the soul, and ... see that there are no creases in their leather shoes. ...
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To Pammachius against John of Jerusalem.
... it was right that as you had conferred such signal ... plant which perishes is thus decked
with beauty; why should ... were not worn out, nor did their shoes wax old? ...
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Introductory Notice Respecting Tauler's Life and Times
... vulgar by marvellous stories of wonder-working saints or demons ... that I was able to
make shoes, and would ... is expressed with greater force and beauty in Tauler ...
/.../introductory notice respecting taulers life.htm

Period iv. The Age of the Consolidation of the Church: 200 to 324 ...
... when He shall come with glory from heaven and shall seek out all the saints. ... And
he conferred by letter about this disputed question, not only with Victor, but ...
/.../ayer/a source book for ancient church history/period iv the age of.htm

The Pilgrim's Progress
... of Israel did eat when they came out from the land of Egypt, and the mark was set
between their eyes.[92] This seal greatly added to their beauty, for it was ...
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Songs 7:1
How beautiful are your feet with shoes, O prince's daughter! the joints of your thighs are like jewels, the work of the hands of a cunning workman.
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Luke 15:22
But the father said to his servants, Bring forth the best robe, and put it on him; and put a ring on his hand, and shoes on his feet:
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Shoes of Israel Preserved for Forty Years, While Journeying in The

Shoes of Ladies of Distinction: Often Highly Ornamental

Shoes of Ladies of Distinction: Often Made of Badgers' Skins

Shoes of Ladies of Distinction: Probably often Adorned With Tinkling Ornaments

Shoes of the Beauty Conferred on Saints

Shoes of the Preparation of the Gospel

Shoes: (Having Blood On) of Being Engaged in War and Slaughter

Shoes: (Taken off) an Ignominious and Servile Condition

Shoes: (Thrown Over a Place) Subjection

Shoes: Bearing, for Another a Degrading office, Only Performed By

Shoes: Bound Round the Feet With Latchets or Strings

Shoes: Called Sandals

Shoes: Customs Connected With: A Man Who Refused to Marry a Deceased Brother's Wife

Shoes: Customs Connected With: The Right of Redemption Resigned by a Man's Giving One of

Shoes: Early Use of

Shoes: Loosing of, for Another a Degrading office

Shoes: Often Given As Bribes

Shoes: Soles of, Sometimes Plated With Brass or Iron

Shoes: The Apostles Prohibited from Taking for Their Journey More,

Shoes: The Jews: Never Wore, in Mourning

Shoes: The Jews: Put off, when They Entered Sacred Places

Shoes: The Jews: Put On, Before Beginning a Journey

Shoes: Worn out by a Long Journey

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