--Than in gushing tears pour forth all thy grief concerning thy fulness
, and concerning the craving of the vine for the vintager and vintage-knife!
'"God is Infinite Wisdom, and Power, and Goodness - and LOVE; but if this idea is too vast for your human faculties - if your mind loses itself in its overwhelming infinitude, fix it on Him who condescended to take our nature upon Him, who was raised to heaven even in His glorified human body, in whom the fulness
of the Godhead shines."
Indeed I don't deserve it." And at that very instant, from the fulness
of his heart, had almost betrayed the secret; but the good genius of the gamekeeper suggested to him what might be the consequence to the poor fellow, and this consideration sealed his lips.
In the fulness
of time there was an eruption of the merry-makers to the sidewalk.
Everything in her face, the clearly marked dimples in her cheeks and chin, the line of her lips, the smile which, as it were, fluttered about her face, the brilliance of her eyes, the grace and rapidity of her move meets, the fulness
of the notes of her voice, even the manner in which, with a sort of angry friendliness, she answered Veslovsky when he asked permission to get on her cob, so as to teach it to gallop with the right leg foremost--it was all peculiarly fascinating, and it seemed as if she were herself aware of it, and rejoicing in it.
Eager to see it accomplished, and yet patient, she waited for the last fall, as for the ripeness and fulness
of the harvest of her hopes.
And Miss Monflathers, the audacious creature who presumed, even in the dimmest and remotest distance of her imagination, to conjure up the degrading picture, 'I am a'most inclined,' said Mrs Jarley, bursting with the fulness
of her anger and the weakness of her means of revenge, 'to turn atheist when I think of it!'
Do not great crimes and the spirit of pure evil spring out of a fulness
of nature ruined by education rather than from any inferiority, whereas weak natures are scarcely capable of any very great good or very great evil?
to them a burden is, That go on pilgrimage.
In the fulness
of time the interesting occasion ar- rived.
I have a fulness
of strength to bear and do our heavenly Father's Will that I had lost before."
A principal fruit of friendship, is the ease and discharge of the fulness
and swellings of the heart, which passions of all kinds do cause and induce.