The Eye: Frequently Fair
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"As Thy Days, So Shall Thy Strength Be"
... a silver glory; when we have stretched our eye faraway, and ... We must first get a good
fair idea of the great ... how frequently too is our heart cold when we are ...
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The Christian Business World
... men are those who are fair only when they are compelled to be fair and who ... The reason
often given is that the eye is fixed too frequently and earnestly ...
/.../sell/studies in the life of the christian/study xi the christian business.htm

How we Ought Lovingly to Receive God.
... Eternal Wisdom."Behold, though neither thy eye nor anything ... of ardent love, strewn
over with the fair violets of ... an ill return have I so frequently made Thee ...
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Letter cciv. To the Neoc├Žsareans.
... Again, let a fair and impartial inquiry be appointed. ... A diseased eye does not see
many things which do ... The same thing frequently takes place with regard to the ...
/.../basil/basil letters and select works/letter cciv to the neocaesareans.htm

Introduction
... The eye of God is, and the eye of the Christian ... God has set limits to them, yet how
frequently do they ... Christian, for many a hypocrite can show as fair a hand ...
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The Good Steward
... see, in the clearest manner, when the eye is of ... That which has been frequently alleged
for this purpose seems ... So that the fair inference to be drawn from this ...
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Christian Ballads.
... Tis the wink of an eye; 'tis the ... him and were harmonized for him by others, most
frequently by his ... er we turn Thy glories shine, And all things fair and bright ...
/.../brown/the story of the hymns and tunes/chapter vi christian ballads.htm

Be Diligent
... apparently calm, as the master's keen eye goes down ... in its meaning earnestness, and
it very frequently includes that ... rises between you and the fair lands beyond ...
/.../maclaren/expositions of holy scripture ephesians peter/be diligent.htm

To the Rev. Andrew Brandram
... I should say that you gave a fair answer.' This ... Since this occasion I have been
frequently surprised that I ... the best policy is to fix your eye steadily upon it ...
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Heavenly Rest
... The worldling has frequently a good estate. ... corn and his wine are increased, has
a glad eye and A ... him down, that he must then leave all his fair riches behind ...
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Torrey's Topical Textbook
1 Samuel 16:12
And he sent, and brought him in. Now he was ruddy, and with of a beautiful countenance, and goodly to look to. And the LORD said, Arise, anoint him: for this is he.
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Subtopics

Eye

Eye for an Eye

Eye of Evil Desire, Never Satisfied

Eye: Anthropomorphic Uses of

Eye: The offending

The Eye of the Mind

The Eye: (Anointing With Eyesalve) of Healing by the Spirit

The Eye: (Open) Spiritual Illumination

The Eye: A Guard to be Set On

The Eye: Actions of, Mentioned in Scripture: Directing

The Eye: Actions of, Mentioned in Scripture: Seeing

The Eye: Actions of, Mentioned in Scripture: Weeping

The Eye: Actions of, Mentioned in Scripture: Winking

The Eye: Consumed by Grief

The Eye: Consumed by Sickness

The Eye: Frequently Fair

The Eye: God: Enlightens

The Eye: God: Formed

The Eye: God: Made

The Eye: God: Opens

The Eye: Grows Dim by Age

The Eye: Grows Dim by Sorrow

The Eye: Made Red by Wine

The Eye: Not Evil Thing to be Set Before

The Eye: Not Satisfied With Riches

The Eye: Not Satisfied With Seeing

The Eye: Often Put out As a Punishment

The Eye: Parts of Mentioned in Scripture: The Apple or Ball

The Eye: Parts of Mentioned in Scripture: The Brow

The Eye: Parts of Mentioned in Scripture: The Lid

The Eye: Punishment for Injuring

The Eye: Sometimes Blemished

The Eye: Sometimes Tender

The Eye: The Jewish Women often Painted

The Eye: The Jews: Cast, on the Ground in Humiliation

The Eye: The Jews: Not to Make Baldness Between

The Eye: The Jews: Raised Up, in Prayer

The Eye: The Jews: Wore Their Phylacteries Between

The Eye: The Light of the Body

The Eye: The Light of, Rejoices the Heart

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