Of all graces, faith honours Christ the most; of all graces, Christ honours faith the most
In the marsh pink orchid's faces, With their coy and dainty graces, Lure us to their hiding places , Laugh, O murmuring Spring!
Virtues neglected then, adored become, And graces slighted, blossom on the tomb.George Crabbe
Every man of any education would rather be called a rascal, than accused of deficiency in the graces.
A man may as well hew marble without tools, or paint without colors or instruments, or build without materials, as perform any acceptable service without the graces of the Spirit, which are both the materials and instruments in the work.joseph alleine
Patience and perseverance are never more thoroughly Christian graces than when features of prayer.samuel i. prime
Any education that matters is liberal. All the saving truths, all the healing graces that distinguish a good education from a bad one or a full education from a half-empty one are contained in that word.alan k. simpson
People have the powerTo redeem the work of foolsUpon the meek the graces showerIt's decreed the people rule.Patti Smith
Women who are either indisputably beautiful, or indisputably ugly, are best flattered upon the score of their understandings; but those who are in a state of mediocrity are best flattered upon their beauty, or at least their graces; for every woman who is not absolutely ugly thinks herself handsome.stanhope, philip, 4th earl of chesterfield
The Americans never use the word peasant, because they have no idea of the class which that term denotes; the ignorance of more remote ages, the simplicity of rural life, and the rusticity of the villager have not been preserved among them; and they are alike unacquainted with the virtues, the vices, the coarse habits, and the simple graces of an early stage of civilization.alexis de tocqueville
There are Batavian graces in all he says.
From every blush that kindles in thy cheeks, Ten thousand little loves and graces spring To revel in the roses.nicholas rowe
Take time enough: all other graces Will soon fill up their proper places.john byrom
The invention of an author is a species of property unknown to the common law of England. Its usages are immemorial; and the views of it tend to the benefit and advantage of the public with respect to the necessaries of life, and not to the improvement and graces of mind.
I have always hated biography, and more especially, autobiography. If biography, the writer invariably finds it necessary to plaster the subject with praises, flattery, and adulation and to invest him with all the Christian graces. If autobiography, the same plan is followed, but the writer apologizes for it.
Every time your enemy fires a curse, you must fire a blessing , and so you are to bombard back and forth with this kind of artillery. The mother grace of all the graces is Christian good-will.
O, then, what graces in my love do dwell, That he hath turn'd a heaven unto a hell!william shakespeare
The three black graces, Law, Physic, and Divinity.
As the days of spring arouse all nature to a green and growing vitality, so when hope enters the soul it makes all things new. It insures the progress which it predicts. Rooted in faith, growing up into love; these make the three immortal graces of the Gospel, whose intertwined arms and concurrent voices shed joy and peace over our human life.james freeman clarke
Humility is, of all graces , the chiefest when it does not know itself to be a grace at all.
Plato was continually saying to Xenocrates , "Sacrifice to the graces."
Two goddesses now must Cyprus adore; The Muses are ten, the graces are four; Stella's wit is so charming, so sweet her fair face; She shines a new Venus, a Muse, and a Grace.
To the down Bow of Death His Forte gave way, All the graces in sorrow were drown'd; Hallelujah Cresendo Shall be his glad lay When Da'Capo the Trumpet shall sound.
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