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Page 291 - Nor long summer bide so late; And I could grow on like the foxglove and aster, For some things are ill to wait. I wait for the day when dear hearts shall discover, While dear hands are laid on my head; "The child is a woman, the book may close over, For all the lessons are said.
Page 297 - Lord, I will praise Thee: though Thou wast angry with me, Thine anger is turned away, and Thou comfortest me. I will praise Thee, O God, for it is a good thing to sing praises to our God ; yea, a joyful and a pleasant thing it is to be thankful. O Lord, Thy love is wonderful, for Thou hast set before us a hope full of immortality...
Page 296 - This is the day which the LORD hath made ; Let us rejoice and be glad in it...
Page 56 - Whispered words of endearment floated to her ears as he picked her up in his arms and carried her to the bed.
Page 347 - ... Simon ? but he became even himself the most wretched of all. How many other such changes wouldest thou see, both to have taken place of old, and now taking place every day ? For this reason then I say, Neither let him on the stave despair, nor let him in the church be confident. For to this last it is said, "Let him that thinketh he standeth, take heed lest he fall...
Page 227 - Such a girl would be only too ready to throw herself into the arms of any man who pretended to care for her.
Page 222 - ... me. But you will find that I am not to be trifled with. There will be no moment in the future in which you will not be under my own, or Gassy 's eyes.