meekness


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He has borne him- self with gentleness and meekness, yet with true manliness of character.
Milady folded her hands, and raising her fine eyes toward heaven, "Lord, Lord," said she, with an angelic meekness of gesture and tone, "pardon this man, as I myself pardon him.
Francis de Sales, the doctor of meekness and gentleness, is a shining example of effective correction.
Instead, Jesus, in meekness and majesty, mixed with the poor and down-and-outs, and befriended the marginalised.
Exposed to His example of compassion (which literally means the ability to suffer with others), his apostles learned to moderate their vehement temperaments: "John so vehement that he merited with his brother James the nickname 'son of thunder,' later saw his heart filled with meekness and insisted on the need to open our heart to our neighbor and give ourselves to others as Christ did.
Yet, despite civilian meekness, this elite political pact appears to be unravelling after 10 years.
We have to learn meekness and humility again and again.
BeDADitudes" will show that when practicing meekness, we will connect with our family by asking them questions and listening closely to their responses.
While really embracing Sandy's naivety and meekness, Danielle also brought plenty of presence and personality to the role and solo numbers like Hopelessly Devoted to You let her fine singing voice speak for itself.
I take it that my passionate Labour MP will campaign against both current laws being overturned and then roll over with his customary meekness.
I beg you to lead a life worthy of the calling to which you have been called, with all lowliness and meekness, with patience, forbearing one another in love, eager to maintain the unity of the Spirit in the bond of peace" (Ephesians 4:1-3).
And he's self-righteousness ("Clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, meekness, and patience" - Colossians 3:12).