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Put on the comeliness of thy glory, which shall be on thy head as a diadem from the Everlasting
We are confronted simultaneously with both the [form or shape, of, in this case Murdoch's writing about Christ in these novels] and that which shines forth from the [form], the comeliness, making it into a worthy, a love-worthy thing.
True comeliness, which nothing can impair, Dwells in the mind: all else is vanity and glare.
Similarly, Calvin warned that "This excess Ambrose censured gravely, but not undeservedly, when he described the man who shows no modesty or comeliness in conjugal intercourse, as committing adultery with his wife" (8.
Roghaye Ala'ee Kharraem [8] in a research, under the title of "Causative relations model of family, environmental and individual factors in drug abuse among adolescents of "Karaj" city's villages concludes: based on fair indies of comeliness (meaninglessness of Kh-2, small error) with controlling supposition stability of remaining variance, proposed model bears complete comeliness.
The protagonist seeks to disguise himself beneath scars of a pounding so brutal and disfiguring that the sexual predators who skulk in the penitentiary of his imagination might not recognize his comeliness.
The comeliness owes more to the designers than to my choice of illustration, though I take care with this, and we've been blessed in our designers (two of them) over the many years I've been editor.
56) Although it was still important for diplomats to act in a Christian way (virtuously and without scandal), they were now also expected, for example, to remain trustworthy and faithful to their ruler, and to possess a good number of worldly traits: intelligence, eloquence, comeliness, fashion sense, and so on.
in himself, and in his own Nature; yet here is perfection of beauty, and that through the comeliness of Christ": 158.
You may recognise this comeliness more readily as "pot marigold".
If "Tyler is the Plain Jane of American fiction, both in style and subject matter," says Lisa Allardice, "it is this deceptive comeliness and innocence that appeals to her readers: she holds up a forgiving mirror to Middle America.