The Stars: Arcturus
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One of Paul's Prayers
... Let us then also, my brethren, as often as we lift our eyes and look up at the sun
and the moon and the stars,"at Arcturus, and the bands of Orion, and the ...
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God is Known by his Works.
... and heralding the approach of the perfect luminary; and the constellation of Pleiades,
and Orion, and Arcturus, and the orbit of the other stars that circle ...
/.../theophilus/theophilus to autolycus/chapter vi god is known by.htm

A Refutation on the Ground of the Constitution of the Universe.
... And as certainly neither would Arcturus, resplendent as he is, ever boast his having
the ... and another glory of the moon, and another glory of the stars: for one ...
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The Arians are Condemned by the Holy Spirit through the Mouth of ...
... watches Arcturus continues, what sort of a rising of Orion he will discover, but
he knows nothing of the connection of the VergiliƦ and of the other stars, or ...
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To Cledonius the Priest against Apollinarius. (Ep. Ci. )
... ravens call upon God, [4713] to indicate the whole feathered race; or Pleiades,
Hesperus, and Arcturus [4714] are mentioned, instead of all the Stars and His ...
/.../select letters of saint gregory nazianzen/to cledonius the priest against.htm

The Power of the Holy Ghost
... He looseth the bands of Orion; he bindeth the sweet influences of the Pleiades,
and binds Arcturus with his suns. He made all those stars that shine in heaven. ...
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It is Somewhat the Same Argument which You Use against the Pope ...
... them; and then as to the course of the sun, the waxing and waning of the moon, the
character and movements of the stars. ... Arcturus' rainy Hyads, and the Bears: ...
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Book I to Pleasant Songs My Work was Erstwhile Given, and Bright ...
... throne whence Thou turnest the swiftly rolling sky, and bindest the stars to keep ...
the dog-star's heat makes ripe the ears of corn whose seed Arcturus watched. ...
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Book iv Thus Gently Sang the Lady Philosophy with Dignified Mien ...
... If any man knows not that the star Arcturus [60] has his course nearest the ... night,
when Phoebe thus lays bare all the varying bands of the stars, which she had ...
/.../boethius/the consolation of philosophy/book iv thus gently sang.htm

The Beginning, Increase, and End of the Divine Life
... more and more unto the perfect day." As the coming forth of stars at even ... not a star,
because it did not shine as brightly as Sirius or Arcturus, how foolish ...
/.../spurgeon/spurgeons sermons volume 6 1860/the beginning increase and end.htm

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Job 9:9
Which makes Arcturus, Orion, and Pleiades, and the chambers of the south.
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Job 38:32
Can you bring forth Mazzaroth in his season? or can you guide Arcturus with his sons?
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