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Laws can discover sin, but not remove it


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Laws can discover sin, but not remove it
JOHN MILTON
Law can discover sin, but not remove, Save by those shadowy expiations weak.
JOHN MILTON
ALL WHO HAVE THEIR REWARD ON EARTH, THE FRUITS OF PAINFUL SUPERSTITION AND BLIND ZEAL, NOUGHT SEEKIN...
JOHN MILTON
Milton was the gold standard of religious poets for English and American scholars. But Milton wrote ...
MATTHEW PEARL
Celestial light, shine inward...that I may see and tell of things invisible to mortal sight
JOHN MILTON
He was, as every truly great poet has ever been, a good man; but finding it impossible to realize hi...
SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
...[T]he three greatest works are those of JOSEPH DEVLIN To abstain from sin when one can no longer sin is to be forsaken by sin, not to forsake it.
ST. AURELIUS AUGUSTINE
To abstain from sin when one can no longer sin is to be forsaken by sin, not to forsake it.
SAINT AUGUSTINE OF HIPPO
To abstain from sin when one can no longer sin is to be forsaken by sin, not to forsake it.
SAINT AUGUSTINE
A weird thing happens when you get a glimpse of that side of you. A child-like zeal possesses you. I...
K.J. KILTON
If the misery of the poor be caused not by the laws of nature, but by our institutions, great is our...
CHARLES DARWIN
What is the sin which is not Sin in itself? Can circumstance make sin Or virtue?
UNKNOWN
Laughter does not seem to be a sin, but it leads to sin.
ST. JOHN CHRYSOSATOM
It's tough to get a feeling for a team this early in the year but I'm not going to complain about be...
JASON ANDALO
For I realize today that it is a mortal sin to violate the great laws of nature. We should not hurry...
NIKOS KAZANTZAKIS
A broad and ample road, whose dust is gold,
And pavement stars—as starts to thee appear
...
JOHN MILTON
Milton's learned vocabulary [...] and his distant perspectives, represent the authoritative unintell...
JOHN BROADBENT
It ain't sin if you crack a few laws now and then, just so long as you don't break any.
MAE WEST
It ain't sin if you crack a few laws now and then, just so long as you don't break any.
MAE WEST
God seldom suspends the laws of nature, just as God does not remove free will to keep evil people fr...
ADAM HAMILTON
But I can please God
CRAIG GROESCHEL
Sex is not sinful, but sin has perverted it.
WALTER LANG
He that would be angry and sin not, must not be angry with anything but sin.
THOMAS SECKER
He that would be angry and sin not, must not be angry with anything but sin.
JOHN RUSKIN
Materialism sets us free from sin-by proving that there is no such thing as sin. There's just antiso...
PHILLIP E. JOHNSON
The spiritual life does not remove us from the world but leads us deeper into it
HENRI J.M. NOUWEN
They discover it can be really tedious. But it is important that they learn that.
HOLLY GARDNER
Do Christians sin? Yes, absolutely. But can Christians live in a state of sin without discipline and...
PAUL WASHER
After the erection of the Chinese Wall of Milton, blank verse has suffered not only arrest but retro...
T.S. ELIOT
After the erection of the Chinese Wall of Milton, blank verse has suffered not only arrest but retro...
T.S. ELIOT
Milton . . . was a genius that could cut a Colossus from a rock, but could not carve heads upon cher...
SAMUEL JOHNSON
I want to tell few things, I like the truth in all faces. why??
It's the truth one road and tha...
DEYTH BANGER
When I was a student, the laws of physics were regarded as completely off limits. The job of the sci...
PAUL DAVIES
Sin is not harmful because it is forbidden, but it is forbidden because it is harmful.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
Sin may separate us from God but sin may not separate God from us.
CREZ
Ignorance is not innocence but sin.
ROBERT BROWNING
Not failure, but low aim is sin.
BENJAMIN E. MAYS
Sin is not hurtful because it is forbidden, but it is forbidden because it is hurtful
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
Sin is not harmful because it is forbidden, but it is forbidden because it is hurtful.
BENJAMIN FRANKLIN
Not failure, but low aim is sin.
BENJAMIN MAYS
Ignorance is not innocence, but sin.
ROBERT BROWNING
Sin may separate us from God but sin may not separate God from us.
CREZ
It is necessary to understand that it is not sin that humbles most, but grace.
ANDREW MURRAY
And malt does more than Milton can To justify the ways of God to man.
ALFRED EDWARD HOUSMAN
And malt does more than Milton can To justify the ways of God to man
ALFRED HOUSMAN
And malt does more than Milton can To justify the ways of God to man
ALFRED EDWARD HOUSMAN
We can be convicted of sin—we can pray and confess our sin—we can repent—but the real test is ...
BILLY GRAHAM
Sin becomes sin, not only when you let it in_ but the moment you open the door and shake hands with ...
KIMTO OCHE EMMANUEL
Malt does more than Milton can to justify God's ways to man.
A.E. HOUSMAN
And malt does more than Milton can to justify God's ways to man.
A. E. HOUSMAN
And malt does more than Milton can
To justify God's ways to man.
A. E. HOUSMAN
Malt does more than Milton can to justify God's ways to man.
A. E. HOUSMAN
Do not remove a fly from your friends's forehead with a hatchet
CHINESE PROVERBS
Slavery, our country's original sin, sat on a foundation codified by laws enforced by police, by...
WILLIAM BRATTON
Fools ignore complexity. Pragmatists suffer it. Some can avoid it. Geniuses remove it.
ALAN PERLIS
They were quoting the state election laws, but we're not subject to the state election laws.
CAROL JONES
To say of shame - what is it? Of virtue - we can miss it; Of sin-we can kiss it, And it's no longer ...
ALGERNON CHARLES SWINBURNE
Some say that this is the Israelis' original sin. With this I do not agree but I think we can call i...
AVISHAI MARGALIT
Do not remove a fly from your friend's forehead with a hatchet
CHINESE PROVERBS
A hug can remove a bug.
REMAN BALA
No one can remove our tents!
CHAMLONG SRIMUANG
Not to discover the love of God is to be lost in life
SUNDAY ADELAJA
Repentance may be old-fashioned, but it is not outdated so long as there is sin.
J. C. MACAULAY
Repentance may be old-fashioned, but it is not outdated so long as there is sin.
J.C. MACAULAY
We shouldn't determine what is sin and not. If God's word declares that it's a sin; then it is. The ...
NORM TOMLINSON
It is right to hate sin, but not to hate the sinner
GIOVANNI GUARESCHI
It ain't no sin if you crack a few laws now and then, just so long as you don't break any.
MAE WEST
It makes a great deal of difference whether one wills not to sin or has not the knowledge to sin.
SENECA (SENECA THE ELDER)
Everything of importance has been said before by somebody who did not discover it
ALFRED NORTH WHITEHEAD
Greece, sound thy Homer's, Rome thy Virgil's name, / But England's Milton equals both in fame.
WILLIAM COWPER
We're a nation of laws, but the good thing about America, is that laws reside in the people and ...
RICK WARREN
It makes a great deal of difference whether one wills not to sin or has not the knowledge to sin.
SENECA
It makes a great deal of difference whether one wills not to sin or has not the knowledge to sin.
LUCIUS ANNAEUS SENECA
If you're going to sin, sin against God, not the bureaucracy; God will forgive you but the bureaucra...
HYMAN RICKOVER
Nothing can hurt you except sin; nothing can grieve me except sin; nothing can defeat you except sin...
JOHN BUNYAN
Read not Milton, for he is dry; nor Shakespeare, for he wrote of common life.
C. S. CALVERLEY
Sin does not stop God's grace from flowing, but God's grace will stop sin.
JOSEPH PRINCE
Hypocrisy is not generally a social sin, but a virtue.
JUDITH MARTIN
Christ didn't waste his time trying to change the social order. Christ spent all his time fighting s...
JOHN H. MCCOMB
The ancients recommended us to sacrifice to the Graces, but Milton sacrificed to the Devil.
VOLTAIRE
Greece, sound, thy Homer's, Rome thy Virgil's name, But England's Milton equals both in fame.
WILLIAM COWPER
They changed their minds, Flew off, and into strange vagaries fell.
JOHN MILTON
Read not Milton, for he is dry; nor Shakespeare, for he wrote of common life.
CHARLES STUART CALVERLEY
I am good, but not an angel. I do sin, but I am not the devil.
ANONYMOUS
You can remove a man from the slums buh its hard to remove the slums out of the man..
OLASOT
The essence of man is his freedom. Sin is committed in that freedom. Sin can therefore not be attrib...
REINHOLD NIEBUHR
It is bad for a young man to sin; but it is worse for an old man to sin.
ABU BAKR
No, Stalin did not die. He thinks that death can be fixed. We removed him from the mausoleum. But ho...
YEVGENY YEVTUSHENKO
Milton took vaudeville, which, if you look up 'vaudeville' in the dictionary, right alongsid...
ALAN KING
Knowledge can always be used for good and evil, but to deny it altogether is the ultimate sin
DANIELLE TORGERSEN
Some mute, inglorious Milton here may rest.
JOHANN WOLFGANG VON GOETHE
Laws should be made, not against quacks but against superstition.
RUDOLF LUDWIG KARL VIRCHOW
But now at last the sacred influence
Of light appears, and rom the walls of Heav'n
Shoots ...
JOHN MILTON
Blake said Milton was a true poet and of the Devil's party without knowing it. I am of the Devil's p...
PHILIP PULLMAN
I believe the universe is governed by the laws of science. The laws may have been decreed by God, bu...
STEPHEN HAWKING
If I had not come and spoken unto them, they had not had sin: but now they have no cloak for their s...
BIBLE
Its one thing to forsake sin and quiet another to be forsaken by sin because to abstain from sin whe...
STEPHEN .R. ANYAEGBU
I am not against drinking, but drink to celebrate not to remove stress! Be in integrity with the wor...
HARRISH SAIRAMAN
If you can say it... it's obvious.
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We are at the max, ... We can't add anything out here without taking away something else.
JOHN MILTON
Thrones, dominations, princedoms, virtues, powers.
JOHN MILTON
Neither man nor angel can discern hypocrisy, the only evil that walks invisible except to God alone.
JOHN MILTON
With thy long levelled rule of streaming light.
JOHN MILTON
Infernal world, and thou profoundest Hell
Receive thy new Possessor: One who brings
A mind...
JOHN MILTON
Beauty is Nature's coin, must not be hoarded, but must be current.
JOHN MILTON
His form had yet not lost / All her original brightness, nor appeared / Less than archangel ruined, ...
JOHN MILTON
The mind can make a heaven out of hell or a hell out of heaven
JOHN MILTON
Jealousy is the injured lover's hell
JOHN MILTON
Sweet the coming on / Of grateful evening mild; then silent night / With this her solemn bird and th...
JOHN MILTON
Give me the liberty to know, to utter, and to argue freely according to conscience, above all libert...
JOHN MILTON
These are thy glorious works, Parent of good!
JOHN MILTON
Is it true, O Christ in heaven, that the highest suffer the most?
That the strongest wander fur...
JOHN MILTON