Lord Hear My Prayer

LOI'd, when the time comes guide me through the door of death. Take from me all that I have, and all that I am, for they are Yours. Let me not fear what I may lose, I will greet You with my only possession that matters — my love for You ...

Lord Hear My Prayer

Prayer is an intimate conversation with God that has the power to shape every aspect of our lives. Lord, Hear My Prayer is organized into short chapters to help readers reflect and deepen their relationship with Christ. The prayers are offered as a starting point to prayerful communication. Numerous scripture passages and links to the New American Bible are included which assist readers to consider their own prayerful responses to God’s generous invitation of a relationship with Him.

Love Me to Death

When the sex offenders she hunts online start turning up dead, Lucy Kincaid, a volunteer with a victim's rights group, is the prime suspect in the murder investigation and must team up with a security expert to find the truth and stop a ...

Love Me to Death

When the sex offenders she hunts online start turning up dead, Lucy Kincaid, a volunteer with a victim's rights group, is the prime suspect in the murder investigation and must team up with a security expert to find the truth and stop a vengeful stalker from punishing her in the flesh. Original.

The Works of the British Poets

Of your own ads and triumphs over men , And without such advantage kill me then . ... me thou waf ; But so great joy our life at once outwears : Then , left thy love by my death frustrate bez If thou love me , take heed of loving me .

The Works of the British Poets


My American Harp

Titanic spider devil with a thousand eyes that reflect my small face in crystal gems devour me not nor suck blood of my soul as you weave vast roiling seas with thread we love you Loloth in our horror of death.

My American Harp

"My American Harp" presents 1,169 poems written 2010-2014 by Surazeus that explore what it means to be an American in the modern world of an interconnected global civilization.

Shakespeare Davies Donne Hall Stirling Jonson Corbet Carew Drummond

Poor victories ! but if you dare be brave , And pleasure in the conquest have , NEGATIVE LOVE . ... Then lest thy love by my death frustrate be , ( But near worn out by love's security ) If thou love me , take heed of loving me .

Shakespeare  Davies  Donne  Hall  Stirling  Jonson  Corbet  Carew  Drummond


The Complete Concordance to Shakspeare

3 of Mareus Crassus ' death make me .. iii . till death enlarve his confine je silence where death is sure ... iii.s and death will seize her iii . 9 I'll make death love me iii . 11 stay till death : tend me to - night iv .

The Complete Concordance to Shakspeare


Festus

Precipitates itself unceasingly , But dost thou love me ? tell me - wilt thou love me ? ... All hours not spent with thee are blanks between Death - breathing , shall collapse like lifeless lungs , I love thee ! love thee ...

Festus


An Index to the Remarkable Passages and Words Made Use of by Shakspeare

Where hateful death put on her ugliest mask to fright our party 2 Henry iv.14 | 41812 29 Then death rock me asleep ... 3 1 71617 The next time I do fight , I'll make death love me ; for I will contend even with his pestilent scythe ...

An Index to the Remarkable Passages and Words Made Use of by Shakspeare


The Complete Works of William Shakspeare

And , I pray thee now , tell me , Heuvily , heavily : for which of my bad parts didst thou first fall in love Graves , yaun , and yield your dead , with me ? Till death be uttered , Beat . For them all together ; which maintained ...

The Complete Works of William Shakspeare


The Complete Works of William Shakspeare with Dr Johnson s Preface

And , I pray thee now , tell me , Heuvily , heavily : for which of my bad parts didst thou first fall in love Graves , yaun , and yield your dead , with me ? Till death be uttered , Beat . For them all together ; which maintained ...

The Complete Works of William Shakspeare  with Dr  Johnson s Preface


First Loves

Death had its peculiar odors, created an aura of hushed tones and silences, imprinted on my mind tin basins filled ... Coming from death in life to death in words, I was seduced by "I Want to Die While You Love Me," a poem by the then ...

First Loves

Poets select the poems that inspire them and helped them fall in love with poetry, and present a brief essay about each poem.

Imatation of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

He that does not so love Me remains in death. Life and death, Divine love and mortal sin, do not dwell together in the same heart. Deeds are the proof of love. Therefore, whosoever keeps My commands, the same loves Me in truth.

Imatation of the Sacred Heart of Jesus

THE most ancient special devotion of Christians is doubtless that of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, the Son of God. The holy Sacraments and the other objects of devotion did not yet exist, when the Blessed Virgin Mary found her delight in worshiping the most Sweet Heart of her Jesus; already did Holy Joseph clasp that Heart to his bosom; even then were the Shepherds and the Magi, Simeon and Anna, the Apostles and the Disciples attracted to It and by It: they longed to show to It the affection and love of their hearts. But after Jesus had called upon all men to learn, “that He is meek and humble of Heart;” after He had drawn from the treasury of His Heart that best of all gifts, the Sacrament of the Most Blessed Eucharist; lastly, after He had willed that, upon the Cross, His Heart should be opened, and continue open, as a place of refuge for all; then was devotion to His Divine Heart wonderfully increased. Aeterna PressAeterna Press

The Last Passage

Recovering a Death of Our Own Dean College of Humanities and Fine Arts Donald Heinz, Donald Heinz. a rediscovery of the moral component in ... death will steal away. If you love me, if you love everything, love will consume your fear.

The Last Passage

The author calls for the reinvestment of dying with the rituals that once gave it spiritual and social meaning, surveying the many ways death has been treated throughout history and demonstrating how the arts might lend a renewed reverence to death. UP.

The Novelist s Magazine

No , ' replied I ; the fen- I perceive that my death will be the • liments I have for Aza are quite dif . ... said I.• There is nothing in this that at all " Love me , ' answered he , ' as you love concerns you .

The Novelist s Magazine

A collection of separately paged novels.

The International Monthly Magazine of Literature Science and Art

Who doth consent to death ; and tell the climes Love me dearly , love me dearly with your beart and with That meet thy mournful eyes , one after one , your eyes ; Through all the lapses of the lonesome night , Whisper all your sweet ...

The International Monthly Magazine of Literature  Science  and Art


Scott s Monthly Magazine

Do you value such love as he back to the hunter's eyes . has to bestow above the warm , gushing love “ Rosalie ! Rosalie ! ” he groaned , “ if you that swells from my bosom ? Reflect ! have value my salvation , talk not to me of death ...

Scott s Monthly Magazine


The Plays of William Shakspeare In Fifteen Volumes

I have night's cloak to hide me from their fight ; ' And , but thou love me , let them find me here : 6 My life were better ended by their hate , Than death prorogued , wanting of thy love . " JUL . By whose direction found'st thou out ...

The Plays of William Shakspeare  In Fifteen Volumes


Dying to Live

We embrace death to all the things that would eventually kill you and me anyway: death to a life wasted on the ... last more than a few moments death to decades of attempting to please people who don't • know me or love me death to the ...

Dying to Live

Clayton King has spoken to two-million-plus people in 30 countries, including hundreds of thousands in the teen-to-thirties age group. Inspiring, humorous, energetic, he presents Christianity's unchanging core message with new vividness and passion. In Dying to Live, he challenges Christians to throw aside the "bigger, richer, more successful" paradigm and risk following Christ unreservedly. Readers will freshly see the joy of laying their lives down for the gospel as Clayton... tells stories--his own and others'--that give poignant, attractive pictures of radical discipleship considers why people are drawn to those willing to sacrifice themselves for others examines Jesus' paradox: that giving away your life is the only way to find it Believers hungering for a life that's worth dying for will be electrified by this passionate call to the bold virtues of living all-out for God, risking death, knowing their life is significant and their future is secure.