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In the house are duties and annoyances, servants to exhort and admonish, furniture, and meals; but out there blessings crowd round me at every step-- it is there that I am sorry for the unkindness in me, for those selfish thoughts that are so much worse than they feel; it is there that all my sins and silliness are forgiven, there that I feel protected and at home, and every flower and weed is a friend and every tree a lover.
Now, I want to warn you, Helen, of these things, and to exhort you to be watchful and circumspect from the very commencement of your career, and not to suffer your heart to be stolen from you by the first foolish or unprincipled person that covets the possession of it.
The clergyman smiled upon me when I reported what answer they gave, but said nothing a good while; but at last, shaking his head, "We that are Christ's servants," says he, "can go no further than to exhort and instruct: and when men comply, submit to the reproof, and promise what we ask, 'tis all we can do; we are bound to accept their good words; but believe me, sir," said he, "whatever you may have known of the life of that man you call Will Atkin's, I believe he is the only sincere convert among them: I will not despair of the rest; but that man is apparently struck with the sense of his past life, and I doubt not, when he comes to talk of religion to his wife, he will talk himself effectually into it: for attempting to teach others is sometimes the best way of teaching ourselves.
TUNIS (TAP) - The Tunisian General Labour Union (TGLU), the Tunisian Human Rights League (THRL) and the Bar exhort all political parties, independents and coalitions running for the National Constituent Assembly (NCA) election to abide by the decree-laws ruling the electoral process, to show their sense of citizenship and mutual respect and consecrate the mechanisms of fair competition, as a token of loyalty to the martyrs of the Revolution.
Summary: Brussels - Morocco called, once again, on the European Union to "use its clout" to exhort Algeria to fully shoulder its responsibilities with regard to protecting Mustapha Salma Ould Sidi Mouloud and the members of his family.
CDATA[ Petitions demand that the US accept Jews' right to live in Judea and Samaria and exhort American Jewish groups to make their stand.
Specifically, the author exhorts us readers to "synagogue" together (episunagoge) in worship and thereby encourage/exhort (parakaleo; cf.
Roy's aim, when she speaks to packed audiences or writes her incisive essays, is a straightforward one: to expose injustice, to explain why this or that indignity is being visited upon this or that community, and then to exhort us to mobilize, unite and fight back.
That America's trial bar is encouraged to pick up evidence and wildly exhort the jury about its merit (or demerit), versus the English practice of considering the jury as intelligent enough to give appropriate weight to hard evidence based on the opposing barristers' articulations concerning it from the podium?
The court noted that the underlying conviction established that the leader used religion as a means to exhort his followers to commit numerous racketeering acts including acts of murder.
In this paperback release of their 1998 hardback, Charan and Tichy exhort businesses to challenge their internal thinking.
An author's task is to understand and explain, not exhort.