By it he is enabled to lay hold
on things incomprehensible, invisible, and eternal.
Just as an integrated history that brings together the three currents of indigenization is essential to an accurate understanding of this significant historical development, so acknowledging the theological and political roots of the Three-Self Patriotic Movement as it developed after 1949 is key to a mature Chinese church, in which Chinese Christians fully lay hold
of their unique spiritual heritage.
However, all was to change when, following her encounter with Swindells and Thomas Williams, she had an experience that 'banished all the shades of darkness, all doubts were done away, and I could believe in and lay hold
of Christ as mine and appropriate his merit to my own soul' (p.
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of Coragus' sword arm with his left hand and to reach around behind him and trip up his legs with the aid of the club held in his right hand.
The nurse knows how to handle gently and with tenderness the pain-racked body, but the erring mind shows nothing on which she can lay hold
These standards are at once "instances of the Forms" while remaining "mired in the vagaries of the corporeal;" they enable us to lay hold
of "true opinions" about the phenomena (54, 37).
Just as the decision of Dante to write The Divine Comedy in the vernacular and other developments in European linguistic humanism paved the way for the Renaissance and European global success, so the Arabic world needs to lay hold
of their own vernaculars in order to gain a voice against corrupt and despotic Arabic rulers.
Some Bush supporters are decent and intelligent, and yet they're knowingly returning to the White House an embarrassingly inept, ignorant, incurious, and unfeeling figurehead for the worst conventicle of religious nuts, plutocrats, and petrochemical bagmen ever to lay hold
of our federal government.
How great the temptation for Christians to lay hold
of Judaism with strong arms, to cling to it until it fits in with one's own needs" (p.