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Page 274 - THE sun is sinking fast, The daylight dies, Let love awake, and pay Her evening sacrifice. 2 As Christ upon the cross His head inclined, And to His Father's hands, His parting soul resigned...
Page 275 - Thus would I live : yet now Not I, but he, In all his power and love, Henceforth alive in me.
Page 386 - Dear love, what thing of all the things that be Is ever worth one thought from you or me, Save only Love, Save only Love ? The days so short, the nights so quick to flee, The world so wide, so deep and dark the sea, So dark the sea; So far the suns and every listless star, Beyond their light — Ah ! dear, who knows how far, Who knows how far ? One thing of all dim things I know is true, The heart within me knows, and tells it you, And tells it you. So blind is life, so long at last is sleep, And...
Page 278 - Norn unto him that is able to keep us from falling, and to present us faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy, To the only wise God, our Saviour, be glory, and majesty, Dominion and power, now and ever, Amen.
Page 276 - For there is not any virtue the exercise of which, even momentarily, will not impress a new fairness upon the features...
Page 386 - EVENING SONG Dear love, what thing of all the things that be Is ever worth one thought from you or me, Save only Love, Save only Love? The days so short, the nights so quick to flee, The world so wide, so deep and dark the sea, So dark the sea; So far the suns and every listless star, Beyond their light— Ahl dear, who knows how far, Who knows how far?
Page 66 - Lesley who had set his elbow on the table and covered his eyes with his hand, nodded in silence, without changing his attitude. "And you discovered the fact that the masked lady was " " My wife," " Lesley muttered, his fingers quivering as he spoke.
Page 314 - Philip to fall in love with her, and ask her to marry him, and Grace knew that she knew it.
Page 349 - ... hair, and not carry on arrogance; you shall give to the poor of your riches, give plenty and believe, that this letter is written by my own hand and sent out by Christ himself, and that you will not act like the dumb beast; you have six days in the week, during which you shall carry on your labors; but the seventh day (namely, Sunday,) you shall keep holy; if you do not do that, I will send war, famine, pest and death among you, and punish you with many troubles.