The Sun: The Rays of Pleasant to Man
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Book I to Pleasant Songs My Work was Erstwhile Given, and Bright ...
... death which thrusts not itself upon men in their pleasant years, yet ... crab doth scorch
the field, fraught with the sun's most grievous rays, the husbandman ...
/.../boethius/the consolation of philosophy/book i to pleasant songs.htm

Fifteenth Sunday after Trinity. Therefore Take no Thought, Saying ...
... Without whom all thy toil is vain. He is thy living spring, thy sun, whose rays. ...
He leads us forth into a pleasant place. Be thou content. ...
/.../lyra germanica the christian year/fifteenth sunday after trinity therefore.htm

Thoughts Upon the Appearance of Christ the Sun of Righteousness ...
... this Life is infused into them, only by the Rays of the ... our Spirits in the inward
Man, as the Sun doth in ... And truly the light is sweet, and a pleasant thing it ...
/.../private thoughts upon a christian life/thoughts upon the appearance of.htm

Christianity a Light.
... thus gentleness, kindness, meekness, produce pleasant feelings and ... Christianity is
God in man, exhibiting his beauty ... like a diamond as the sun's rays fall upon ...
// gospel day /chapter i christianity a light.htm

On the Feast of St Michael and all Angels
... The stars always look at the sun and reflect his rays, while the sun turns his ... with
them, are so virtuous that virtue becomes as easy and pleasant to them ...
// inner way/sermon xxiv on the feast.htm

The Church.
... the Lord doth most shine, and most send forth the golden rays and pleasant beams
of ... backslidings; but after she had turned her face from the sun, and had ...
// riches of bunyan/xxi the church.htm

By Divine Inspiration Philosophers Sometimes Hit on the Truth.
... Nay, men born mortal cannot even stand. Before the rays of the sun.". ... That feels
no fear or grief; profitable, painless,. Helpful, pleasant, safe, friendly; ...
/.../exhortation to the heathen/chapter vi by divine inspiration philosophers.htm

Our Deserts
... the more, and there is nothing so pleasant as loving. ... He is the glorious sun, perfectly
bright, perfectly pure; and ... goodness in the world is but rays and beams ...
/.../kingsley/the good news of god/sermon xxxviii our deserts.htm

The Stage as it was Once.
... most have since, that it was far easier and more pleasant to know ... the dead, Watching,
with vainly lingering gaze, Her last, last sun's expiring rays,. ...
/.../kingsley/lectures delivered in america in 1874/lecture ii the stage as.htm

The First Theological Oration.
... as it is unsafe to fix weak eyes upon the sun's rays. ... and not they who make it a
matter of pleasant gossip, like ... or, to use Moses' words, whether a man lie down ...
/.../cyril/lectures of s cyril of jerusalem/oration xxvii the first theological.htm

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Job 30:28
I went mourning without the sun: I stood up, and I cried in the congregation.
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Ecclesiastes 11:7
Truly the light is sweet, and a pleasant thing it is for the eyes to behold the sun:
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Sun Gate

Sun: Created

Sun: Diurnal Motion of

Sun: Does not Shine in Heaven

Sun: Figurative

Sun: Kings of Judah Dedicate Horses To

Sun: Miracles Concerning: Darkening of

Sun: Rising and Setting of

Sun: Shadow of Went Back on the Sun-Dial of Ahaz

Sun: Stood Still

Sun: Worship of, Forbidden

Sun: Worshiped


Tanning: General Scriptures Concerning

The Sun of Christ's Coming

The Sun of God's Favour

The Sun of Supreme Rulers

The Sun of the Glory of Christ

The Sun: (Before or in Sight of) of Public Ignominy

The Sun: (Darkened) of Severe Calamities

The Sun: (Going Down at Noon) of Premature Destruction

The Sun: (Its Brightness) of the Future Glory of Saints

The Sun: (Its Clearness) of the Purity of the Church

The Sun: (Its Power) of the Triumph of Saints

The Sun: (No More Going Down) of Perpetual Blessedness

The Sun: Called the Greater Light

The Sun: Clearness of Its Light Alluded To

The Sun: Compared to a Bridegroom Coming Forth from his Chamber

The Sun: Compared to a Strong Man Rejoicing to Run a Race

The Sun: Diffuses Light and Heat to all the Earth

The Sun: God: Appointed to Divide Seasons

The Sun: God: Appointed to Rule the Day

The Sun: God: Causes to Know Its Time of Setting

The Sun: God: Causes, to Rise Both on Evil and Good

The Sun: God: Created

The Sun: God: Exercises Sovereign Power Over

The Sun: God: Placed in the Firmament

The Sun: Indicates the Hours of the Day by the Shadow on the Dial

The Sun: Made to Praise and Glorify God

The Sun: Miracles Connected With: Darkened at the Crucifixion

The Sun: Miracles Connected With: Shadow Put Back on the Dial

The Sun: Miracles Connected With: Standing Still for a Whole Day in the Valley of Ajalon

The Sun: The Jews: Commenced Their Day With the Rising of

The Sun: The Jews: Commenced Their Evening With the Setting of

The Sun: The Jews: Consecrated Chariots and Horses, As Symbols of

The Sun: The Jews: Expressed the East by Rising of

The Sun: The Jews: Expressed the West by Setting of

The Sun: The Jews: Expressed the Whole Earth By, from Rising of, to Setting of

The Sun: The Jews: Forbidden to Worship

The Sun: The Jews: Made Images of

The Sun: The Jews: Worshipped

The Sun: The Power and Brilliancy of Its Rising Alluded To

The Sun: The Rays of Change the Colour of the Skin

The Sun: The Rays of Frequently Destructive to Human Life

The Sun: The Rays of Pleasant to Man

The Sun: The Rays of Produce and Ripen Fruits

The Sun: The Rays of Soften and Melt some Substances

The Sun: The Rays of Wither and Burn up the Herbs of the Field

The Sun: Worshippers of, Turned Their Faces Towards the East

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