Author: Mabel I. Scott
Pilgrimage. of. a. Soul. “For some reason we imagined that just the 'thinking life'
would elicit and feed the Christian spirit. The soul is fed much more by the '
symbolic life' too, where action and contemplation meet, where the inner and the
Author: Phileena Heuertz
Publisher: InterVarsity Press
An English Illuminated Manuscript of the Fifteenth Century Victor Hugo Paltsits.
Plate 4, no. 1 THE VISION OF THE ASSES' TOMB (Leaf 83 recto) Plate 4, no. 2
THE SOUL SHOWN BY HIS GUARDIAN ANGEL THE CIRCLES OF HEAVEN (
Author: Victor Hugo Paltsits
Category: Illumination of books and manuscripts
An inventive strategy for exploring London and creating a new awareness of the urban landscape and discovering the effects of the geographical environment on our emotions and behaviour.
Author: Frank Molloy
Publisher: Choir Press
The new translation of this book captures the charm and deep spirituality of the monk, with wisdom about God and the soul's mystical relationship to the divine.
Author: Thomas A'Kempis
Publisher: Crossroad Publishing Company
1497 Cease , my soul , thy : 936 HE IS PRECIOUS . Must Simon bear the 379 We
seek a dwelling 1196 Far froin my heav - 1088 Do not I love thee . 673 Now our
risen Lord 468 When the pilgrims 797 Hark , my soul , it is 1425 Haste , iny dull ...
Author: Horace Lorenzo Hastings
Category: Hymns, English
EF'ILOGUE A pilgrimage is a soul experience — a journey in the Holy Land of the
Soul. The holy sites are the inner soul connections to the divine presence in all
things and all places. Contemplation on actual biblical places and scriptures ...
Author: Paul John Wigowsky
Publisher: Author House
( 2 ) And then , once more , each one of all these people has a soul . A soul made
in God's image ; capable not only of reflection and reasoning , of action and
affection , of happiness and misery ; but capable too of moral good and evil :
Author: Charles John VAUGHAN (Dean of Llandaff.)
Such is the life . ( 2 ) And then , once more , each one of all these people has a
soul . A soul made in God ' s image ; capable not only of reflection and reasoning
, of action and affection , of happiness and misery ; but capable too of moral good
Author: Charles John Vaughan
Category: Christian life
This work has been selected by scholars as being culturally important, and is part of the knowledge base of civilization as we know it.
Author: Charles Francis Bonaventure Miel
Publisher: Wentworth Press
Αδαμ εις ψυχην ζώσαν , is from the Septuagint translation , Els representing the
Hebrew ) , which is literally , he was , for , or became to a living soul . There is
some dilemma in the Greek words ψυχικόν and πνευματικόν ; the term for natural
Author: Walter Cooper Dendy
Category: Thought and thinking
I take thee, Thyrsis, to be the companion of my soul. I give myself to thee freely,
for the sake of love, and I will stay so long as thy soul is better with me than
without. But if ever this should cease to be, I will leave thee; for if my soul is
weaker than ...
Author: Upton Sinclair
Publisher: Good Press
Why thought seeks refuge in lone caves , yet rife 4 With airy images , and shapes
which dwell Still unimpair'd , though old , in the soul's haunted cell.5 6 . ' T is to
create , and in creating live A being more intense , that we endow With form our ...
Author: George Gordon Byron Baron Byron
Www A HOMILY ON ON Soul Pilgrimage . EMBLEMS OF SOUL WORK . - No . IX
. “ Strangers and pilgrims on the earth . ” - Heb . xi . 13 . AN ' S mortal life is a
pilgrimage . Thus the Bible represents it . Jacob says , “ The days of my
Author: David Thomas
His most famous work , Dark Night of the Soul , chronicles the pilgrimage of the
soul from selfcenteredness to perfect union with God . Like the Desert Fathers of
the fourth and fifth centuries , this sixteenth century divine placed much emphasis
Author: Daven Michael Kari
Publisher: Lewiston, N.Y. : E. Mellen Press
Category: Literary Criticism
279 THE SOUL ' S COMPLAINT AGAINST THE BODY . Much it behoveth Each
one of mortals , That he his soul ' s journey In himself ponder , How deep it may
be . When Death cometh , The bonds he breaketh By which united Were body
Author: Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
We yield our souls to Thy control , Thou glorious Prince of peace : Thy reign is life
, and light , and joy ; Nor shall its blessings cease . I LIFT UP MY SOUL UNTO
THEE . " Hear my prayer , O Lord . ” _ " Cause me to know the way wherein I ...
Author: Edmund Turney
The Soul of man may have lived on many planets or worlds before he reached
this . Myriads of worlds swarm in space where the Soul in rudimental conditions
performs its pilgrimage ere it reaches this planet called earth , the glorious
Author: J. C. Street
Though the spirit of mystery veileth my soul , Yet it can not be hid in the light of its
goal . . IV . Let the tempest low bow in tlie rush of its might ; Let it ride the fleet
blast like a spectre of night ; Let it mantle my form in the shadow of fears , And ...
Author: Alfred A. Steele
As we will discover, Origen calibrates the intellectual themes of his theodicy with
the spiritual journey of the soul back to God.6 Following von Balthasar, we will
designate the pilgrimage of the soul as the “theology of ascent” (theologia ...
Author: Mark S.M. Scott
Publisher: Oxford University Press