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In order to know His guiding presence, we then need to obey those commands and trust those promises.
Out of respect, social pressure, or faith, he obeys.
If everyone obeys the traffic signals, nobody will get a ticket,'' Mayor Henry Hearns said in the city's announcement of the cameras' activation.
Each poem is mirrored by another poem with the same title; together they tell a "value-neutral 'Paradise Lost'", in which two characters agree that one should worship and obey the other--yet the one who obeys does not believe in the moral or spiritual authority of the one who is supposed to be obeyed.
An example might be that if the speed limit is 60 mph and 70% of the traffic obeys this law, you don't lower the speed limit to 30 mph to compensate for the 30% who don't obey.
Furthermore, we have the ultimate authority of Divine Revelation against such an impugned thesis--"He who obeys the commandments he has from Me is the man who loves Me; and he who loves Me will be loved by My Father.
Nonetheless, they constitute improved boundary values because Sommerfeld's theory obeys the wave equation even at the diffracting edge itself (see Appendix B).
Younger brothers obey older ones; the older ones, the father; and the father, no matter how rich and powerful, obeys the clan head, who in turn obeys the head of the tribe or government.
AS TO your letters about whether or not to vow to "obey" at the wedding ceremony, I'd like to point out that my wife obeys me.
Frank Buchman, the founder of Moral Re-Armament, suggests that there is a process of cause and effect in the spiritual life and in man's relationship with the world: `When man listens, God speaks; when man obeys, God acts; when men change, nations change.
Along the way, depending on the particular rule string it obeys, the ant often manages to build a sequence of ever larger symmetrical structures before transforming its world into a chaotic jumble or a perpetual highway.