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Thee quotes by MMLJ
#1. 28 O woman, great is thy faith: be it unto thee even as thou wilt. #Quote by MMLJ
Thee quotes by Khalil
#2. I would not have thee believe in what I say nor trust in what I do - for my words are naught but thy own thoughts in sound and my deeds thy own hopes in action. #Quote by Khalil
Thee quotes by Thomas Goodwin
#3. If through all thy discouragemnets thy condition prove worse and worse, so that thou canst not pray, but are struck dumb when thou comest into his presence, as David, then fall making signs when thou canst not speak; groan, sigh, sob, "chatter, "as Hezekiah did; bemoan thyself for thine unworthiness, and desire Christ to speak thy requests for thee, and God to hear him for thee. #Quote by Thomas Goodwin
Thee quotes by Ludwig Van Beethoven
#4. In whatsoever manner it be, let me turn to God and become fruitful in good works. Nothing higher exists than to approach God more than other people and from that to extend His glory among humanity.I will place all my confidence in your eternal goodness, O God! My soul shall rejoice in Thee, immutable Being. Be my rock, my light, forever my trust. #Quote by Ludwig Van Beethoven
Thee quotes by Richard Steele
#5. And I pray mark how he begins: he sets not up trophies to himself, but triumphs in his God
"I will love thee, O Lord, my strength." As the love of God is the beginning of all our mercies, so love to God should be the end and effect of them all. As the stream leads us to the spring, so all the gifts of God must lead us to the giver of them. #Quote by Richard Steele
Thee quotes by Ramakrishna
#6. If a man prays to Thee with a yearning heart, he can reach Thee, through Thy grace, by any path. #Quote by Ramakrishna
Thee quotes by Church Of England
#7. Almighty God unto whom all hearts be open, all desires known, and from whom no Secrets are hid: clense the thoughts of our hearts by the inspiration of thy holy spirit, that we may perfectly love thee, and worthily magnifie thy holy Name through Christ our Lord. Amen. #Quote by Church Of England
Thee quotes by Augustine Of Hippo
#8. He loves Thee too little, who loves anything together with Thee, which he loves not for Thy sake. #Quote by Augustine Of Hippo
Thee quotes by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
#9. Take this sorrow to thy heart and make it part of thee, and it shall nourish thee till thou art strong again. #Quote by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Thee quotes by Chad A. Ripperger
#10. Prayer for Protection Against Curses, Harm and Accidents Lord Jesus, I ask Thee to protect my family from sickness, from all harm and from accidents. If any of us has been subjected to any curses, hexes or spells, I beg Thee to declare these curses, hexes or spells null and void. If any evil spirits have been sent against us, I ask Christ to decommission you and I ask that you be sent to the foot of His Cross to be dealt with as He will. Then, Lord, I ask Thee to send Thy holy Angels to guard and protect all of us. #Quote by Chad A. Ripperger
Thee quotes by Pedro Calderon De La Barca
#11. Speak no evil of women; I tell thee the meanest of them deserves respect; for of women do we not all come? #Quote by Pedro Calderon De La Barca
Thee quotes by George MacDonald
#12. [350] The Root of All Rebellion It is because we are not near enough to Thee to partake of thy liberty that we want a liberty of our own different from thine. [351] Two Silly Young Women #Quote by George MacDonald
Thee quotes by Various
#13. Sir 8:14 Stand not against the face of an injurious person, lest he sit as a spy to entrap thee in thy words. #Quote by Various
Thee quotes by J.L. Bond
#14. My words shall open the portal to thee.
My words shall reveal for thy eyes to see.
My words shall forewarn what is yet to be.
To find the way you must follow your heart,
Any other path shall tear us apart.
From Eleventh Elementum #Quote by J.L. Bond
Thee quotes by Amy Carmichael
#15. Let us end on a very simple note: Let us listen to simple words; our Lord speak simply: "Trust Me, My child," He says. "Trust Me with a humbler heart and a fuller abandon to My will than ever thou didst before. Trust Me to pour My love through thee, as minute succeeds minute. And if thou shouldst be conscious of anything hindering that flow, do not hurt My love by going away from Me in discouragement, for nothing can hurt so much as that. Draw all the closer to Me; come, flee unto Me to hide thee, even from thyself. Tell Me about the trouble. Trust Me to turn My hand upon thee and thoroughly to remove the boulder that has choked they river-bed, and take away all the sand that has silted up the channel. I will not leave thee until I have done that which I have spoken to thee of. I will perfect that which concerneth thee. Fear thou not, O child of My love; fear not. #Quote by Amy Carmichael
Thee quotes by John Owen
#16. Reader, if thou intendest to go any farther, I would entreat thee to stay here a little. If thou art, as many in this pretending age, a sign or title gazer, and comest into books as Cato into the theatre, to go out again, - thou hast had thy entertainment; farewell! #Quote by John Owen
Thee quotes by Algernon Charles Swinburne
#17. Sweet for a little even to fear, and sweet,
O love, to lay down fear at love's fair feet;
Shall not some fiery memory of his breath
Lie sweet on lips that touch the lips of death?
Yet leave me not; yet, if thou wilt, be free;
Love me no more, but love my love of thee.
Love where thou wilt, and live thy life; and I,
One thing I can, and one love cannot - die.
Pass from me; yet thine arms, thine eyes, thine hair,
Feed my desire and deaden my despair.
Yet once more ere time change us, ere my cheek
Whiten, ere hope be dumb or sorrow speak,
Yet once more ere thou hate me, one full kiss;
Keep other hours for others, save me this.
Yea, and I will not (if it please thee) weep,
Lest thou be sad; I will but sigh, and sleep.
Sweet, does death hurt? thou canst not do me wrong:
I shall not lack thee, as I loved thee, long.
Hast thou not given me above all that live
Joy, and a little sorrow shalt not give?
What even though fairer fingers of strange girls
Pass nestling through thy beautiful boy's curls
As mine did, or those curled lithe lips of thine
Meet theirs as these, all theirs come after mine;
And though I were not, though I be not, best,
I have loved and love thee more than all the rest.
O love, O lover, loose or hold me fast,
I had thee first, whoever have thee last;
Fairer or not, what need I know, what care?
To thy fair bud my blossom onc #Quote by Algernon Charles Swinburne
Thee quotes by Sara Teasdale
#18. Less than the cloud to the wind,
Less than the foam to the sea,
Less than the rose to the storm
Am I to thee.

More than the star to the night,
More than the rain to the tree,
More than heaven to earth
Art thou to me. #Quote by Sara Teasdale
Thee quotes by Teresa Of Avila
#19. Alas, O Lord, to what a state dost Thou bring those who love Thee! #Quote by Teresa Of Avila
Thee quotes by Marcus Aurelius
#20. Think continually how many physicians have died, after often knitting their foreheads over their patients; how many astrologers after prophesying other men's deaths, as though to die were a great matter; how many philosophers after endless debate on death or survival after death; how many paladins after slaying their thousands; how many tyrants after using their power over men's lives with monstrous arrogance, as if themselves immortal; how many entire cities have, if I may use the term, died, Helice, Pompeii, Herculaneum, and others innumerable. Run over, too, the many also you know of, one after another. One followed this man's funeral and then was himself laid on the bier; another followed him, and all in a little while. This is the whole matter: see always how ephemeral and cheap are the things of man- yesterday, a spot of albumen, tomorrow, ashes or a mummy. Therefore make your passage through this span of time in obedience to Nature and gladly lay down your life, as an olive, when ripe, might fall, blessing her who bare it and grateful to thee which gave it life. #Quote by Marcus Aurelius
Thee quotes by Robert Burns
#21. Fortune, if thou'll but gie me still
Hale breeks, a scone, an whisky gill,
An' rowth o' rhyme to rave at will,
Take a' the rest,
An' deal't about as thy blind skill
Directs thee best. #Quote by Robert Burns
Thee quotes by Pope Leo XIII
#22. Heart of Jesus, burning with love for us, inflame our hearts with love of Thee. #Quote by Pope Leo XIII
Thee quotes by John Bunyan
#23. Pharisee, God hath appointed, that by the righteousness of his Son, and by that righteousness only, men shall be justified in his sight from the curse of the law. Wherefore, take heed, and at thy peril, whatever thy righteousness is, confront not the righteousness of Christ therewith. I say, bring it not in, let it not plead for thee at the bar of God, nor do thou plead for that in his court of justice; for thou canst not do this and be innocent. #Quote by John Bunyan
Thee quotes by Augustine Of Hippo
#24. Narrow is the mansion of my soul; enlarge Thou it, that Thou mayest enter in. It is ruinous; repair Thou it. It has that within which must offend Thine eyes; I confess and know it. But who shall cleanse it? or to whom should I cry, save Thee? Lord, cleanse me from my secret faults, and spare Thy servant from the power of the enemy. I believe, and therefore do I speak. #Quote by Augustine Of Hippo
Thee quotes by Christopher Marlowe
#25. Gaveston:
I can no longer keepe me from my lord.
Edward:
What Gaveston, welcome: kis not my hand,
Embrace me Gaveston as I do thee:
Why shouldst thou kneele, knowest thou not who I am?
Thy friend, thy selfe, another Gaveston.
Not Hilas was more mourned of Hercules,
Then thou hast beene of me since thy exile. #Quote by Christopher Marlowe
Thee quotes by John Donne
#26. Death be not proud, though some have called thee Mighty and dreadful, for thou art not so. For, those, whom thou think'st thou dost overthrow. Die not, poor death, nor yet canst thou kill me. #Quote by John Donne
Thee quotes by J.R.R. Tolkien
#27. Then out of the blackness in his mind he thought that he heard Dernhelm speaking; yet now the voice seemed strange, recalling some other voice that he had known.

'Begone, foul dwimmerlaik, lord of carrion! Leave the dead in peace!'

A cold voice answered: 'Come not between the Nazgûl and his prey! Or he will slay thee in thy turn. He will bear thee away to the houses of lamentation, beyond all darkness, where thy flesh shall be devoured, and thy shrivelled mind be left naked to the Lidless Eye.'

A sword rang as it was drawn. 'Do what you will; but I will hinder it, if I may.'

'Hinder me? Thou fool. No living man may hinder me!'

Then Merry heard of all sounds in that hour the strangest. It seemed that Dernhelm laughed, and the clear voice was like the ring of steel. 'But no living man am I! You look upon a woman. Éowyn I am, Éomund's daughter. You stand between me and my lord and kin. Begone, if you be not deathless! For living or dark undead, I will smite you, if you touch him. #Quote by J.R.R. Tolkien
Thee quotes by Jane Wagner
#28. At the moment you are most in awe of all there is about life that you don't understand, you are closer to understanding it all than at any other time. #Quote by Jane Wagner
Thee quotes by Alfred Lord Tennyson
#29. As the husband is the wife is; thou art mated with a clown, As the grossness of his nature will have weight to drag thee down. #Quote by Alfred Lord Tennyson
Thee quotes by John Lancaster Spalding
#30. If there are but few who interest thee, why shouldst thou be disappointed if but few find thee interesting? #Quote by John Lancaster Spalding
Thee quotes by Edgar Allan Poe
#31. Science! true daughter of Old Time thou art!
Who alterest all things with thy peering eyes.
Why preyest thou thus upon the poet's heart,
Vulture, whose wings are dull realities?
How should he love thee? or how deem thee wise?
Who wouldst not leave him in his wandering
To seek for treasure in the jewelled skies,
Albeit he soared with an undaunted wing?
Hast thou not dragged Diana from her car?
And driven the Hamadryad from the wood
To seek a shelter in some happier star?
Hast thou not torn the Naiad from her flood,
The Elfin from the green grass, and from me
The summer dream beneath the tamarind tree? #Quote by Edgar Allan Poe
Thee quotes by Fitz-Greene Halleck
#32. None knew thee but to love thee. #Quote by Fitz-Greene Halleck
Thee quotes by Robert Southwell
#33. Shun delays, they breed remorse;Take thy time while time is lent thee;Creeping snails have weakest force,Fly their fault lest thou repent thee.Good is best when soonest wrought,Linger'd labours come to nought. #Quote by Robert Southwell
Thee quotes by Martin Farquhar Tupper
#34. If thou art master to thyself, circumstances shall harm thee little. #Quote by Martin Farquhar Tupper
Thee quotes by John Milton
#35. And join with thee calm Peace and Quiet, Spare Fast, that oft with gods doth diet. #Quote by John Milton
Thee quotes by Edmond Rostand
#36. CYRANO:
Thy name is in my heart as in a sheep-bell,
And as I ever tremble, thinking of thee,
Ever the bell shakes, ever thy name ringeth!
All things of thine I mind, for I love all things;
I know that last year on the twelfth of May-month,
To walk abroad, one day you changed your hair-plaits!
I am so used to take your hair for daylight
That,--like as when the eye stares on the sun's disk,
One sees long after a red blot on all things--
So, when I quit thy beams, my dazzled vision
Sees upon all things a blonde stain imprinted.

ROXANE (agitated):
Why, this is love indeed!. . .

CYRANO:
Ay, true, the feeling
Which fills me, terrible and jealous, truly
Love,--which is ever sad amid its transports!
Love,--and yet, strangely, not a selfish passion!
I for your joy would gladly lay mine own down,
--E'en though you never were to know it,--never!
--If but at times I might--far off and lonely,--
Hear some gay echo of the joy I bought you!
Each glance of thine awakes in me a virtue,--
A novel, unknown valor. Dost begin, sweet,
To understand? So late, dost understand me?
Feel'st thou my soul, here, through the darkness mounting?
Too fair the night! Too fair, too fair the moment!
That I should speak thus, and that you should hearken!
Too fair! In moments when my hopes rose proudest,
I never hoped such guerdon. Naught is left me
#Quote by Edmond Rostand
Thee quotes by Sarah Arthur
#37. Since all the world is but a story, it were well for thee to buy the more enduring story, rather than the story that is less enduring. - ATTRIBUTED TO COLUMBA OF IONA SIXTH CENTURY A #Quote by Sarah Arthur
Thee quotes by Henry George Bohn
#38. If on creation's morn the king of heaven
To shrubs and flowers a sovereign lord had given,
O beauteous rose, he had anointed thee
Of shrubs and flowers the sovereign lord to be;
The spotless emblem of unsullied truth,
The smile of beauty and the glow of youth,
The garden's pride, the grace of vernal bowers,
The blush of meadows, and the eye of flowers. #Quote by Henry George Bohn
Thee quotes by Frances J Roberts
#39. For adversities must of necessity come. They are part of the pattern of life's pilgrimage for every individual; and who can escape them? But I say unto thee, that for those who walk in Me, and for those who are encircled by the intercessory prayers of My children, I shall make of the suffering, yea, shall make of the trials a stepping stone to future blessing. #Quote by Frances J Roberts
Thee quotes by Orson Scott Card
#40. The Lord took twice the time making thee, Alvin Smith, cause it took that long to put the mischief in. #Quote by Orson Scott Card
Thee quotes by Stephen King
#41. By definition, though, we are family. And in difficult times-- times like these-- despite our differences, we stand together as family. #Quote by Stephen King
Thee quotes by Elizabeth Gaskell
#42. Thou must believe that God will turn thy very silence, suspension, deprivation, and laying aside, to His glory, and the advancement of the Gospel's interest. When God will not use thee in one kind, yet He will in another. A soul that desires to serve and honour Him shall never want opportunity to do it; nor must thou so limit the Holy One of Israel as to think He hath but one way in which He can glorify Himself by thee. He can do it by thy silence as well as by thy preaching; thy laying aside as well as thy continuance in thy work. #Quote by Elizabeth Gaskell
Thee quotes by George Whitefield
#43. Lord Jesus, I am weary in Thy work, but not of it. If I have not yet finished my course, let me go and speak for Thee once more in the field, seal Thy truth, and come home to die. #Quote by George Whitefield
Thee quotes by Gilbert Parker
#44. Ah, lady, when I gave my heart to thee, It passed into thy lifelong regency. #Quote by Gilbert Parker
Thee quotes by Carl-John X. Veraja
#45. If philosophy is mountain climbing
then literature is an anti-gravity parade
I love thee like a leper colony
loves to make a trade #Quote by Carl-John X. Veraja
Thee quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#46. upholder of all that surrounds thee. He who #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Thee quotes by William Shakespeare
#47. Farewell, good Salisbury, and good luck go with thee! #Quote by William Shakespeare
Thee quotes by Polycarp
#48. Eighty and six years have I served Christ, nor has He ever done me any harm. How, then, could I blaspheme my King who saved Me? ... I bless Thee for deigning me worthy of this day and this hour that I may be among Thy martyrs and drink the cup of my Lord Jesus Christ. #Quote by Polycarp
Thee quotes by Francis Quarles
#49. Anger may repast with thee for an hour, but not repose for a night; the continuance of anger is hatred, the continuance of hatred turns malice. #Quote by Francis Quarles
Thee quotes by Rabindranath Tagore
#50. O thou the last fulfilment of life, Death, my death, come and whisper to me!

Day after day I have kept watch for thee; for thee have I borne the joys and pangs of life.

All that I am, that I have, that I hope and all my love have ever flowed towards thee in depth of secrecy. One final glance from thine eyes and my life will be ever thine own.

The flowers have been woven and the garland is ready for the bridegroom. After the wedding the bride shall leave her home and meet her lord alone in the solitude of night. #Quote by Rabindranath Tagore
Thee quotes by William Shakespeare
#51. In thee thy mother dies, our household's name, My death's revenge, thy youth, and England's fame. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Thee quotes by John Greenleaf Whittier
#52. Thee lift me, and I lift thee, and together we ascend. #Quote by John Greenleaf Whittier
Thee quotes by Charles Haddon Spurgeon
#53. Say not thou, I will recompense evil; but wait on the LORD, and he shall save thee. Proverbs 20:22 BE not in haste. Let anger cool down. Say nothing and do nothing to avenge yourself. You will be sure to act unwisely if you take up the cudgels and fight your own battles; and, certainly, you will not show the spirit of the Lord Jesus. It is nobler to forgive, and let the offence pass. To let an injury rankle in your bosom, and to meditate revenge, is to keep old wounds open, and to make new ones. Better forget and forgive. #Quote by Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Thee quotes by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
#54. What is Christianity? Christianity is that which brings a man or woman to a knowledge of God. Take our Lord's own definition of eternal life: "This is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent." That is Christianity - knowing God, not just believing a few things about God and living a nice little life. That is not Christianity. That is often nothing but morality or mere religion. The essence of this is entering into this realm into which you begin to know and have communion with the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit. #Quote by D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones
Thee quotes by Walter Scott
#55. Proud Maisie"

Proud Maisie is in the wood,
Walking so early;
Sweet Robin sits on the bush,
Singing so rarely.

'Tell me, thou bonny bird,
When shall I marry me?'
'When six braw gentlemen
Kirkward shall carry ye.'

'Who makes the bridal bed,
Birdie, say truly?'
'The grey-headed sexton,
That delves the grave duly.

'The glowworm o'er grave and stone
Shall light thee steady;
The owl from the steeple sing,
'Welcome, proud lady. #Quote by Walter Scott
Thee quotes by Seyyed Hossein Nasr
#56. And what ails you that you fight not in the way of God, and for the weak and oppressed - men, women, and children - who cry out, Our Lord! Bring us forth from this town whose people are oppressors, and appoint for us from Thee a protector, and appoint for us from Thee a helper. #Quote by Seyyed Hossein Nasr
Thee quotes by Thomas A Kempis
#57. Oh, how good and peacemaking a thing it is to be silent concerning others, and not carelessly to believe all reports, nor to hand them on further; how good also to lay one's self open to few, to seek ever to have Thee as the beholder of the heart; not to be carried about with every wind of words, but to desire that all things inward and outward be done according to the good pleasure of Thy will! #Quote by Thomas A Kempis
Thee quotes by Walt Whitman
#58. Sail Forth- Steer for the deep waters only. Reckless O soul, exploring. I with thee and thou with me. For we are bound where mariner has not yet dared go. And we will risk the ship, ourselves, and all. #Quote by Walt Whitman
Thee quotes by Edgar Cayce
#59. Keep the body - or keep the mind, and it will keep the body! - in a constructive manner. That is, think the pleasant things, even when the outlook may be the darkest. Do not allow the little things that are hindrances make for irritating, or to hurt the feelings. For naturally the body is sensitive to feelings of others, through the overflow of those activities in the sympathetic system. But know that God is! Know that He protects those who put their trust in Him; that what is necessary will be supplied thee if ye will keep joyous, keep happy, keep in that way of constructive forces throughout! #Quote by Edgar Cayce
Thee quotes by Rudyard Kipling
#60. As he stood in the red light of the oil-lamp, strong, tall, and beautiful, his long black hair sweeping over his shoulders, the knife swinging at his neck, and his head crowned with a wreath of white jasmine, he might easily have been mistaken for some wild god of a jungle legend. -"Son," she said at last, - her eyes were full of pride, - "have any told thee that thou art beautiful beyond all men?"
"Hah?" said Mowgli, for naturally he had never heard anything of the kind. #Quote by Rudyard Kipling
Thee quotes by Saint Augustine
#61. The heart of man is restless until he finds rest in Thee. #Quote by Saint Augustine
Thee quotes by Seneca.
#62. Because thou writest me often, I thank thee ... Never do I receive a letter from thee, but immediately we are together. #Quote by Seneca.
Thee quotes by Anonymous
#63. MIC5.2 But thou, Bethlehem Ephratah, though thou be little among the thousands of Judah, yet out of thee shall he come forth unto me that is to be ruler in Israel; whose goings forth have been from of old, from everlasting. #Quote by Anonymous
Thee quotes by Charles Haddon Spurgeon
#64. Wean our heart from every creature Thee to love and Thee alone. #Quote by Charles Haddon Spurgeon
Thee quotes by James Edmeston
#65. Lead us, Heavenly Father, lead us
O'er the world's tempestuous sea;
Guard us, guide us, keep us, feed us,
For we have no help but Thee. #Quote by James Edmeston
Thee quotes by William Shakespeare
#66. Lear Act IV, Scene 6
Why dost thou lash that whore? Strip thy own back.
Thou hotly lusts to use her in that kind
For which thou whipp'st her. The usurer hangs the
cozener.
Through tottered rags small vices do appear;
Robes and furr'd gowns hide all. (Plate sin with gold,
And the strong lance of justice hurtless breaks;
Arm it in rags, a pigmy's straw does pierce it.
Lear Act IV, Scene 6
Get thee glass eyes;
And, like a scurvy politician, seem
To see the things thou dost not.
Lear Act IV, Scene 6 #Quote by William Shakespeare
Thee quotes by Rudyard Kipling
#67. The White Seal Oh! hush thee, my baby, the night is behind us, And black are the waters that sparkled so green. The moon, o'er the combers, looks downward to find us At rest in the hollows that rustle between. Where billow meets billow, then soft be thy pillow, Ah, weary wee flipperling, curl at thy ease! The storm shall not wake thee, nor shark overtake thee, Asleep in the arms of the slow-swinging seas! Seal Lullaby #Quote by Rudyard Kipling
Thee quotes by Marcus Aurelius
#68. It will suffice thee to remember as concerning pain ... that the mind may, by stopping all manner of commerce and sympathy with the body, still retain its own tranquility. #Quote by Marcus Aurelius
Thee quotes by Victoria Magazine
#69. Farewell best beloved, here at last I shall rest with thee, with thee in Christ I shall rise again'.(written on Prince Albert's and Queen Victorias's mausoleum) #Quote by Victoria Magazine
Thee quotes by Rodolfo Martin Vitangcol, The Pink Poetry
#70. If you don't like my face, you go to God;
before my own mirror, nothing seems odd.
If you don't like my guts, you come to me,
so I can fix myself as well as thank thee. #Quote by Rodolfo Martin Vitangcol, The Pink Poetry
Thee quotes by Gary Reilly
#71. Get thee behind me, whatever you are, that's my motto. #Quote by Gary Reilly
Thee quotes by Anonymous
#72. 10. When wisdom entereth into thine heart, and knowledge is pleasant unto thy soul; 11. Discretion shall preserve thee, #Quote by Anonymous
Thee quotes by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
#73. Behold me! I am worthy
Of thy loving, for I love thee! #Quote by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Thee quotes by Genesis P-Orridge
#74. After thee accumulation of too much history we have lost our innocence, we cannot easily believe in any explanations. We describe rather than feel, we touch rather than explore, we lust rather than adore. #Quote by Genesis P-Orridge
Thee quotes by Kahlil Gibran
#75. My friend, I am not what I seem. Seeming is but a garment I wear - a care-woven garment that protects me from thy questionings and thee from my negligence. The "I" in me, my friend, dwells in the house of silence, and therein it shall remain for ever more, unperceived, unapproachable. #Quote by Kahlil Gibran
Thee quotes by Lancelot Andrewes
#76. COMMEMORATION Blessed art Thou, O Lord who didst bring forth of water moving creatures that have life, and whales, and winged fowls: and didst bless them, so as to increase and multiply. The things concerning the Ascension: Set up Thyself, O God, above the heavens and Thy glory above all the earth. By thine Ascension draw us withal unto Thee, O Lord, so as to set our affections on things above, and not on things on the earth. By the awful mystery of Thy Holy Body and Precious Blood in the evening of this day: Lord, have mercy. #Quote by Lancelot Andrewes
Thee quotes by Tom Farrell
#77. In Psalm 27:8, David said, "When thou saidst, Seek ye my face; my heart said unto thee, Thy face, LORD, will I seek." The face represents the character of a person. If God's man is to ever preach God's Word effectively, then he must not only know the Word of God insightfully, but he must know the God of that Word intimately. #Quote by Tom Farrell
Thee quotes by Robert Herrick
#78. Bid me to live, and I will live
Thy Protestant to be:
Or bid me love, and I will give
A loving heart to thee,
A heart as soft, a heart as kind,
A heart as sound and free
As in the whole world thou canst find,
That heart I'll give to thee. #Quote by Robert Herrick
Thee quotes by Alan Beck
#79. A girl becomes a wife with her eyes wide open. She knows that those sweetest words, 'I take thee to be my wedded husband,' really mean, 'I promise thee to cook three meals a day for 60 years; thee will I clean up after; thee will I talk to even when thou art not listening; thee will I worry about, cry over and take all manner of hurts from. #Quote by Alan Beck
Thee quotes by Colleen Houck
#80. Home they brought her warrior dead: She nor swooned, nor uttered cry: All her maidens, watching, said, 'She must weep or she will die.' Then they praised him, soft and low, Called him worthy to be loved, Truest friend and noblest foe; Yet she neither spoke nor moved. Stole a maiden from her place, Lightly to the warrior stepped, Took the face-cloth from the face; Yet she neither moved nor wept. Rose a nurse of ninety years, Set his child upon her knee- Like summer tempest came her tears- 'Sweet my child, I live for thee.' -Alfred Lord Tennyson #Quote by Colleen Houck
Thee quotes by William Gurnall
#81. Christian, hath not God secretly instructed thee by his Spirit from the Word, how to read the shorthand of his providence? Dost #Quote by William Gurnall
Thee quotes by Herman Melville
#82. It was a black and hooded head; and hanging there in the midst of so intense a calm, it seemed the Sphynx's in the desert. "Speak, thou vast and venerable head," muttered Ahab, "which, though ungarnished with a beard, yet here and there lookest hoary with mosses; speak, mighty head, and tell us the secret thing that is in thee. Of all divers, thou hast dived the deepest. That head upon which the upper sun now gleams, has moved amid this world's foundations. Where unrecorded names and navies rust, and untold hopes and anchors rot; where in her murderous hold this frigate earth is ballasted with bones of millions of the drowned; there, in that awful water-land, there was thy most familiar home. Thou hast been where bell or diver never went; hast slept by many a sailor's side, where sleepless mothers would give their lives to lay them down. Thou saw'st the locked lovers when leaping from their flaming ship; heart to heart they sank beneath the exulting wave; true to each other, when heaven seemed false to them. Thou saw'st the murdered mate when tossed by pirates from the midnight deck; for hours he fell into the deeper midnight of the insatiate maw; and his murderers still sailed on unharmed- while swift lightnings shivered the neighboring ship that would have borne a righteous husband to outstretched, longing arms. O head! thou has seen enough to split the planets and make an infidel of Abraham, and not one syllable is thine! #Quote by Herman Melville
Thee quotes by Ludwig Van Beethoven
#83. In praise of Thy goodness I must confess that Thou didst try with all Thy means to draw me to Thee. Sometimes it pleased Thee to let me feel the heavy hand of Thy displeasure and to humiliate my proud heart by manifold castigations. Sickness and misfortune didst Thou send upon me to turn my thoughts to my errantries.-One thing, only, O Father, do I ask: cease not to labor for my betterment. In whatsoever manner it be, let me turn to Thee and become fruitful in good works. #Quote by Ludwig Van Beethoven
Thee quotes by Douglas Adams
#84. Groop I implore thee," continued the merciless Vogon, "my foonting turlingdromes. #Quote by Douglas Adams
Thee quotes by Michel De Montaigne
#85. Rejoice in the things that are present; all else is beyond thee. #Quote by Michel De Montaigne
Thee quotes by Homer
#86. Accept these grateful tears ... For thee they flow, for thee ...
That ever felt another's woe. #Quote by Homer
Thee quotes by William Makepeace Thackeray
#87. O blessed idleness! Divine lazy nymph! Reach me a novel as I lie in my dressing-gown at three o'clock in the afternoon; compound a sherry-cobbler for me, and bring me a cigar! Dear slatternly, smiling Enchantress! They may assail thee with bad names - swear thy character away, and call thee the Mother of Evil; but, for all that, thou art the best company in the world! #Quote by William Makepeace Thackeray
Thee quotes by Thomas Boston
#88. What an honourable thing is it to be fishers of men! How great an honour shouldst thou esteem it, to be a catcher of souls! We are workers together with God, says the apostle. If God has ever so honoured thee, O that thou knewest it, that thou mightst bless his holy name, that ever made such a poor fool as thee to be a co-worker with him. God has owned thee to do good to those who were before caught. O my soul, bless thou the Lord. Lord, what am I, or what is my father's house, that thou hast brought me to this? #Quote by Thomas Boston
Thee quotes by John Donne
#89. It sucked me first, and now sucks thee,
And in this flea our two bloods mingled be; #Quote by John Donne
Thee quotes by A.W. Tozer
#90. I venture to suggest that the one vital quality which they had in common was spiritual receptivity. Something in them was open to heaven, something which urged them Godward. Without attempting anything like a profound analysis I shall say simply that they had spiritual awareness and that they went on to cultivate it until it became the biggest thing in their lives. They differed from the average person in that when they felt the inward longing they did something about it. They acquired the lifelong habit of spiritual response. They were not disobedient to the heavenly vision. As David put it neatly, "When thou saidst, Seek ye my face; my heart said unto thee, Thy face, Lord, will I seek" (p. 67). #Quote by A.W. Tozer
Thee quotes by Helen Maria Williams
#91. While Thee I seek, protecting Power, Be my vain wishes stilled; And may this consecrated hour With better hopes be filled. #Quote by Helen Maria Williams
Thee quotes by Omar Khayyam
#92. By Fate full many a heart has been undone, And many a sprightly rose made woe-begone; Plume thee not on thy lusty youth and strength: Full many a bud is blasted ere its bloom. #Quote by Omar Khayyam
Thee quotes by Mark Twain
#93. Now what has kept your leaves so green,
Arbre Fée de Bourlemont?
The children's tears! They brought each grief,
And you did comfort them and cheer
Their bruisèd hearts, and steal a tear
That, healèd, rose a leaf.

And what has built you up so strong,
Arbre Fée de Bourlemont?
The children's love! They've loved you long
Ten hundred years, in sooth,
They've nourished you with praise and song,
And warmed your heart and kept it young -
A thousand years of youth!

Bide always green in our young hearts,
Arbre Fée de Bourlemont!
And we shall always youthful be,
Not heeding Time his flight;
And when, in exile wand'ring, we
Shall fainting yearn for glimpse of thee,
O, rise upon our sight! #Quote by Mark Twain
Thee quotes by Marcus Aurelius
#94. Everything harmonizes with me, which is harmonious to thee, o Universe. Nothing for me is too early or too late, which is in due time for thee. #Quote by Marcus Aurelius
Thee quotes by Rabindranath Tagore
#95. Thou hast made me known to friends whom I knew not. Thou hast given me seats in homes not my own. Thou hast brought the distant near and made a brother of the stranger.

I am uneasy at heart when I have to leave my accustomed shelter; I forget that there abides the old in the new, and that there also thou abidest.

Through birth and death, in this world or in others, wherever thou leadest me it is thou, the same, the one companion of my endless life who ever linkest my heart with bonds of joy to the unfamiliar.

When one knows thee, then alien there is none, then no door is shut. Oh, grant me my prayer that I may never lose the bliss of the touch of the one in the play of many. #Quote by Rabindranath Tagore
Thee quotes by Atarah L. Poling
#96. What am I to do?
What is my destiny?
I have no idea, not a clue
Feeling lost and empty.
What is my dream?
What is my future?
I beg thee to listen to me,
I beg thee to answer. #Quote by Atarah L. Poling
Thee quotes by Langston Hughes
#97. Teach us all to do right, Lord, please, and to get along together with that atom bomb on this earth because I do not want it to fall on me-nor Thee-nor anybody living. Amen! #Quote by Langston Hughes
Thee quotes by Andy Griffith
#98. I sang 'A Closer Walk with Thee' along with blues singer Brownie McGhee, ... Then there was a show where Carol Houston, an actress on 'Matlock' sang 'It Is Well With My Soul' accompanied by a choir. Boy, that was powerful. #Quote by Andy Griffith
Thee quotes by A.W. Tozer
#99. Thou hast formed us for Thyself, and our hearts are restless till they find rest in Thee. #Quote by A.W. Tozer
Thee quotes by William Shakespeare
#100. ...Thus have I had thee as a dream doth flatter: in sleep a king but waking no such matter. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Thee quotes by Russell M. Nelson
#101. In your pursuit of knowledge, know that the very most important truth you can learn comes from the Lord. In His Intercessory Prayer to His Father, the Savior Himself confirmed this. He said, "This is life eternal, that they might know thee the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom thou hast sent." Above everything else you are seeking to learn, seek to know God, your Heavenly Father, and His Son, Jesus Christ. Come to know Them and love Them as I do. #Quote by Russell M. Nelson
Thee quotes by Marcus Aurelius
#102. There are three relations [between thee and other things]: the one to the body which surrounds thee; the second to the divine cause from which all things come to all; and the third to those who live with thee. #Quote by Marcus Aurelius
Thee quotes by William Shakespeare
#103. Where art thou, Muse, that thou forget'st so long / To speak of that which gives thee all thy might? #Quote by William Shakespeare
Thee quotes by Dag Hammarskjold
#104. Thou takest the pen–and the lines dance. Thou takest the flute–and the notes shimmer. Thou takest the brush–and the colors sing. So all things have meaning and beauty in that space beyond time where Thou art. How, then, can I hold back anything from Thee. #Quote by Dag Hammarskjold
Thee quotes by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
#105. I tell Thee that man is tormented by no greater anxiety than to find someone quickly to whom he can hand over that gift of freedom with which the ill-fated creatures is born. But only one who can appease their conscience can take over their freedom [ ... ] Instead of taking men's freedom from them, Thou didst make it greater than ever! Didst Thou forget that man prefers peace, and even death, to freedom of choice in the knowledge of good and evil? #Quote by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Thee quotes by John Keble
#106. Abide with me from morn to eve, / For without Thee I cannot live: / Abide with me when night is nigh. / For without Thee I dare not die. #Quote by John Keble
Thee quotes by William Shakespeare
#107. I am misanthropos, and hate mankind, For thy part, I do wish thou wert a dog, That I might love thee something. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Thee quotes by Francis Quarles
#108. Hath any wounded thee with injuries? Meet them with patience. Hasty words rankle the wound; soft language dresses it. #Quote by Francis Quarles
Thee quotes by Marcus Aurelius
#109. And thou wilt give thyself relief if thou doest every act of thy life as if it were the last, laying aside all carelessness and passionate aversion from the commands of reason, and all hypocrisy, and self-love, and discontent with the portion which has been given to thee. #Quote by Marcus Aurelius
Thee quotes by John Milton
#110. God is thy law, thou mine: to know no more Is woman's happiest knowledge and her praise. With thee conversing I forget all time. #Quote by John Milton
Thee quotes by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
#111. O rose, who dares to name thee?
No longer roseate now, nor soft, nor sweet,
But pale, and hard, and dry, as stubblewheat,
Kept seven years in a drawer, thy titles shame thee. #Quote by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Thee quotes by George Whitefield
#112. Be content with no degree of sanctification. Be always crying out, "Lord, let me know more of myself and of thee." #Quote by George Whitefield
Thee quotes by Danny King
#113. Firstly, being a local councillor, he was probably a cunt! A real 'book-waving-starch-underpants-wearing-precedent - quoting-sub-section-paragraph-thee-looking-up' sort of arsehole who lived his life by the numbers and reported his neighbours if they so much as tried to put up a bird-table without planning permission. #Quote by Danny King
Thee quotes by R.v.m.
#114. Like a feather in the air,Like a leaf in the sea,I surrender to thee,I surrender to thee.-RVM #Quote by R.v.m.
Thee quotes by Louis De Wohl
#115. Gregor flushed as he went on: "The entire content of the Confesions could be put into one single sentence in the book: when Augustine addresses God, saying: 'Thou hast made us for Thyself and our heart is unquiet until it rests in Thee.' This sentence, my lords and friends, is immortal. It contains the very heart of religion. #Quote by Louis De Wohl
Thee quotes by Emily Dickinson
#116. Soul, wilt thou toss again?
By just such a hazard
Hundreds have lost, indeed,
But tens have won all.
Angels' breathless ballot
Lingers to record thee;
Imps in eager caucus
Raffle for my soul. #Quote by Emily Dickinson
Thee quotes by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
#117. Farewell, farewell! but this I tell To thee, thou Wedding-Guest! He prayeth well, who loveth well Both man and bird and beast. He prayeth best, who loveth best All things both great and small; For the dear God who loveth us He made and loveth all. The Mariner, whose eye is bright, Whose beard with age is hoar, Is gone: and now the Wedding-Guest Turned from the bridegroom's door. #Quote by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Thee quotes by Hannah Duggan
#118. But now thus saith the Lord, that created thee, O Jacob: and He that formed thee, O Israel, Fear not: for I have redeemed thee: I have called thee by thy name, thou art mine. When thou passest through the waters, I will be with thee, and through the floods, that they do not overflow thee. When thou walkest through the very fire, thou shalt not be burnt, neither shall the flame kindle upon thee." isaiah 43:1-2 #Quote by Hannah Duggan
Thee quotes by Thomas A Kempis
#119. Let nothing be great, nothing high, nothing pleasing, nothing acceptable unto thee, save God Himself or the things of God. Reckon as altogether vain whatsoever consolation comes to thee from a creature. The soul that loveth God looketh not to anything that is beneath God. God alone is eternal and incomprehensible, filling all things, the solace of the soul, and the true joy of the heart. #Quote by Thomas A Kempis
Thee quotes by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
#120. For none can express thee, though all should approve thee.
I love thee so, Dear, that I only can love thee. #Quote by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Thee quotes by St. Catherine Of Siena
#121. Make two homes for thyself, my daughter. One actual home ... and the other a spiritual home which thou are to carry with thee always. #Quote by St. Catherine Of Siena
Thee quotes by Ian Doescher
#122. [Luke, holding stormtrooper helmet.] Alas, poor stormtrooper, I knew ye not,/ yet have I taken both uniform and life/ From thee. What manner of a man wert thou?/ A man of inf'nite jest or cruelty?/ A man with helpmate and with children too?/ A man who hath his Empire serv'd with pride?/ A man, perhaps, who wish'd for perfect peace?/ What'er thou wert, goodman, thy pardon grant/ Unto the one who took thy place: e'en me. #Quote by Ian Doescher
Thee quotes by Robert Murray McCheyne
#123. If nothing else will do to sever me from my sins, Lord, send me such sore and trying calamities as shall awake me from earthly slumbers. It must always be best to be alive to Thee, whatever be the quickening instrument. #Quote by Robert Murray McCheyne
Thee quotes by Tania Elizabeth
#124. Life has this beautiful way of opening doors when you least expect it. How thy open is sometimes never known. But does that not only further justify the magic and the possibility to the thought, that there is more to life than that which meets thee eye. #Quote by Tania Elizabeth
Thee quotes by Swami Vivekananda
#125. One infinite - pure and holy - beyond thoughts and beyond qualities - bow down to thee #Quote by Swami Vivekananda
Thee quotes by Emily Dickinson
#126. Beauty crowds me till I die,
Beauty, mercy have on me!
But if I expire today,
Let it be in sight of thee #Quote by Emily Dickinson
Thee quotes by Kerri Maniscalco
#127. Beyond life, beyond death, my love for thee is eternal. #Quote by Kerri Maniscalco
Thee quotes by Supriya Kaur Dhaliwal
#128. Unlike the summer sun,
my life has started to fade
Forsaken by the memories of thee,
which once shone like the jade.
My eyes elude the moist fear,
and are now as dry as hay
Melancholy cries are all I hear,
'Will you be there?' I daresay! #Quote by Supriya Kaur Dhaliwal
Thee quotes by Unknown
#129. However others act toward thee, act thou toward them as seemeth right. And whatsoever others be, be thou the child of love and light. #Quote by Unknown
Thee quotes by Saint Augustine
#130. If bodies please thee, praise God on occasion of them, and turn back thy love upon their Maker; lest in these things which please thee, thou displease. If souls please thee, be they loved in God: for they too are mutable, but in Him they are firmly established. #Quote by Saint Augustine
Thee quotes by John Milton
#131. Who kills a man kills a reasonable creature, God's image, but thee who destroys a good book, kills reason its self. #Quote by John Milton
Thee quotes by A.W. Tozer
#132. Be Thou exalted above my comforts. Though it mean the loss of bodily comforts and the carrying of heavy crosses I shall keep my vow made this day before Thee. Be Thou exalted over my reputation. #Quote by A.W. Tozer
Thee quotes by Manny Rayner
#133. Shall I compare thee to a summer's day?
E'en in Australia art thou still more hot
Rough winds do shake the darling buds of May
(Since that's your winter it don't mean a lot)
Sometimes too bright the eye of heaven shines
And bushfires start through half of New South Wales
Just so, when I do see thy bosom's lines
A fire consumes me and my breathing fails
But thine eternal summer shall not fade
This is in no way due to global warming;
Nay, from thy breasts shall verses fair be made
So damn compulsive they are habit-forming
So long as men can read and eyes can see
So long lives this, thou 34DD
(Based on an idea by William Shakespeare. I'm sure he'd agree that I've improved it) #Quote by Manny Rayner
Thee quotes by William Shakespeare
#134. When a wise man gives thee better counsel, give me mine again. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Thee quotes by Titus Lucretius Carus
#135. Mortal, what hast thou of such grave concern
That thou indulgest in too sickly plaints?
Why this bemoaning and beweeping death?
For if thy life aforetime and behind
To thee was grateful, and not all thy good
Was heaped as in sieve to flow away
And perish unavailingly, why not,
Even like a banqueter, depart the hall,
Laden with life? #Quote by Titus Lucretius Carus
Thee quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#136. Every friend whom not thy fantastic will but the great and tender heart in thee craveth, shall lock thee in his embrace. And this because the heart in thee is the heart of all; not a valve, not a wall, not an intersection is there anywhere in nature, but one blood rolls uninterruptedly in endless circulation through all men, as the water of the globe is all one sea, and, truly seen, its tide is one. #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Thee quotes by Jon Kalman Stefansson
#137. Nothing is sweet to me, without thee."
"I just don't know who I am. I don't know why I am.
And I'm not entirely sure I'll be given time to find out. #Quote by Jon Kalman Stefansson
Thee quotes by Angelus Silesius
#138. Though Christ a thousand times in Bethlehem be born, If he's not born
in thee thy soul is still forlorn. #Quote by Angelus Silesius
Thee quotes by Francis Of Assisi
#139. The tree of love its roots hath spread Deep in my heart, and rears its head; Rich are its fruits: they joy dispense; Transport the heart, and ravish sense. In love's sweet swoon to thee I cleave, Bless'd source of love. #Quote by Francis Of Assisi
Thee quotes by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
#140. And though thou notest from thy safe recess old friends burn dim, like lamps in noisome air love them for what they are; nor love them less, because to thee they are not what they were. #Quote by Samuel Taylor Coleridge
Thee quotes by James Brown
#141. Like Christ said, love thee one another. I learned to do that, and I learned to respect and be appreciative and thankful for what I had. #Quote by James Brown
Thee quotes by Benjamin Franklin
#142. Keep thy shop, and thy shop will keep thee. Poor Richard #Quote by Benjamin Franklin
Thee quotes by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
#143. And if God choose
I shall but love thee better after death. #Quote by Elizabeth Barrett Browning
Thee quotes by Mokokoma Mokhonoana
#144. Thou shalt not think that thou be a leader, merely because thee be having more than 0 followers. #Quote by Mokokoma Mokhonoana
Thee quotes by Rumi
#145. If thou wilt be observant and vigilant, thou wilt see at every moment the response to thy action. Be observant if thou wouldst have a pure heart, for something is born to thee in consequence of every action. #Quote by Rumi
Thee quotes by Ouida
#146. He crept up, and touched the face of the boy. "Didst thou dream that I should be faithless and forsake thee? I - a dog?" said that mute caress. #Quote by Ouida
Thee quotes by Lendl Ian Servillon
#147. Reason To Smile -

How can one smile such sweet smiles,
When one is so saddened by sorrows for miles,
How can I smile the same smiles,
When life brings me nothing but tears,

I wondered for so long,
What reason you had to smile that long,
To keep smiling though troubles come,
And still remain sweet and silently overcome,

It's such a mystery to me,
Your smiles from heaven with glee,
I adore and yet envy thee,
But I'd rather you smile those at me,

I feel happy when I see you smile,
Even if I'm sad and lonely,
Your smiles bring me somewhere,
I don't even know where,

But it was you,
You gave me the reason to smile,
To smile with no reason,
To smile for a smile,

I guess life is just like that,
We need not a reason to smile,
For a smile is the reason itself,
To rejoice and open-heartedly give thanks,

I learned to smile because of you,
Because your smiles bring me joy when blue,
It proves how well and powerful,
A simple sweet smile can become so beautiful,

Smile for the sake of a smile,
Smile for the sake of happiness,
Smile for the sake of life,
Smile because of hope left in life,

Smile my friends,
Smile for me my Love,
Smile those same sweet smiles,
Smile so the world can be a peaceful dove... #Quote by Lendl Ian Servillon
Thee quotes by William Blake
#148. Little Lamb, who made thee? Dost thou know who made thee? #Quote by William Blake
Thee quotes by A.B. Simpson
#149. First, that faith is not hope, not a mere expectation of future things, but a present receiving of that which is promised in a real and substantial way. It is accepting, not expecting. Secondly, that it is not sight, for it deals with things not seen. The region of the visible is not the realm of faith. When a thing is proved by demonstration, it is not a matter of faith, but of evidence. Faith asks no other evidences than God's Word and its own assurance. It is the evidence. It is not true to say that "seeing is believing." Faith believes where it cannot see; nay, believes what sight and evidence may even seem to contradict, if only God has said it. When God said to Abraham, "I have made thee a father of many nations," there was no sign of it; indeed, the evidence of sight plainly #Quote by A.B. Simpson
Thee quotes by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
#150. These children, who are our equals, whom we ought to consider as our models, we treat them as though they were our subjects. They are allowed no will of their own. And have we, then, none ourselves? Whence comes our exclusive right? Is it because we are older and more experienced? Great God! from the height of thy heaven thou beholdest great children and little children, and no others; and thy Son has long since declared which afford thee greatest pleasure. But they believe in him, and hear him not, - that, too, is an old story; and they train their children after their own image, etc. #Quote by Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe
Thee quotes by Francis Quarles
#151. So use prosperity, that adversity may not abuse thee: if in the one, security admits no fears, in the other, despair will afford no hopes; he that in prosperity can foretell a danger can in adversity foresee deliverance. #Quote by Francis Quarles
Thee quotes by James Boswell
#152. I am so fond of tea that I could write a whole dissertation on its virtues. It comforts and enlivens without the risks attendant on spirituous liquors. Gentle herb! Let the florid grape yield to thee. Thy soft influence is a more safe inspirer of social joy. #Quote by James Boswell
Thee quotes by William Gurnall
#153. This is thy birth-day; thou wert before, but beganst to live when Christ began to live in thee. The #Quote by William Gurnall
Thee quotes by Rabindranath Tagore
#154. Obstinate are the trammels, but my heart aches when I try to break them. Freedom is all I want, but to hope for it I feel ashamed. I am certain that priceless wealth is in thee, and that thou art my best friend, but I have not the heart to sweep away the tinsel that fills my room.
The shroud that covers me is a shroud of dust and death; I hate it, yet hug it in love. My debts are large, my failures great, my shame secret and heavy; yet when I come to ask for my good, I quake in fear lest my prayer be granted. #Quote by Rabindranath Tagore
Thee quotes by George Eliot
#155. Lord! Thou art with Thy people still; they see Thee in the night-watches, and their hearts burn within them as Thou talkest with them by the way. And Thou art near to those that have not known Thee; open their eyes that they may see Thee
see Thee weeping over them, and saying, "Ye will not come unto me that ye might have life"
see Thee hanging on the cross and saying, "Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do"
see Thee as Thou wilt come again in Thy glory to judge them at the last. Amen. #Quote by George Eliot
Thee quotes by Martin Farquhar Tupper
#156. How beautiful is modesty! It winneth upon all beholders; but a word or a glance may destroy the pure love that should have been for thee. #Quote by Martin Farquhar Tupper
Thee quotes by Richelle E. Goodrich
#157. My love for you reaches beyond the borders of continents,
so vast in scope that I would cross oceans to be with you.
Yes, but does that same love penetrate so deep
as to dare thee to sink to the oceans' depths to find me?"
-from "My Aquarius #Quote by Richelle E. Goodrich
Thee quotes by Valmiki
#158. In all this world, I pray thee, who Is virtuous, heroic, true? #Quote by Valmiki
Thee quotes by John Donne
#159. Song

Go and catch a falling star,
Get with child a mandrake root,
Tell me where all past years are,
Or who cleft the devil's foot,
Teach me to hear mermaids singing,
Or to keep off envy's stinging,
And find
What wind
Serves to advance an honest mind.

If thou be'st born to strange sights,
Things invisible to see,
Ride ten thousand days and nights,
Till age snow white hairs on thee,
Thou, when thou return'st, wilt tell me,
All strange wonders that befell thee,
And swear,
No where
Lives a woman true and fair.

If thou find'st one, let me know,
Such a pilgrimage were sweet;
Yet do not, I would not go,
Thought at next door we might meet;
Though she were true when you met her,
And last till you write your letter,
Yet she
Will be
False, ere I come, to two, or three. #Quote by John Donne
Thee quotes by Thomas Moore
#160. It is not while beauty
And youth are thine own
And thy cheeks
Unprofaned by a tear
That the ferver and faith
Of a soul can be known
To which time will but
Make thee more dear
No the heart that has truly loved
Never forgets
But as truly loves
On to the close
As the sunflower turns
On her god when he sets
The same look which
She'd turned when he rose. #Quote by Thomas Moore
Thee quotes by Herman Melville
#161. Thy shrunk voice sounds too calmly, sanely woeful to me. In no Paradise myself, I am impatient of all misery in others that is not mad. Thou should'st go mad, blacksmith; say, why dost thou not go mad? How can'st thou endure without being mad? Do the heavens yet hate thee, that thou can'st not go mad? #Quote by Herman Melville
Thee quotes by Victor Hugo
#162. Ecclesiastes names thee Almighty, the Maccabees name thee Creator, the Epistle to the Ephesians names thee Liberty, Baruch names thee Immensity, the Psalms name thee Wisdom and Truth, John names thee Light, the Book of Kings names thee Lord, Exodus names thee Providence, Leviticus Sanctity, Esdras Justice, creation names thee God, man names thee Father; but Solomon names thee Compassion, which is the most beautiful of all thy names. #Quote by Victor Hugo
Thee quotes by Mary Shelley
#163. Yet heaven bless thee, my dearest Justine, with resignation, and a confidence elevated beyond this world. Oh! how I hate its shews and mockeries! when one creature is murdered, another is immediately deprived of life in a slow torturing manner; then the executioners, their hands yet reeking with the blood of innocence, believe that they have done a great deed. They call this retribution. Hateful name! When that word is pronounced, I know greater and more horrid punishments are going to be inflicted than the gloomiest tyrant has ever invented to satiate his utmost revenge. Yet this is not consolation for you, my Justine, unless indeed that you may glory in escaping from so miserable a den. #Quote by Mary Shelley
Thee quotes by Charles Spurgeon
#164. Beware, I pray thee, of presuming that thou art saved. If thy heart be renewed, if thou shalt hate the things that thou didst once love, and love the things that thou didst once hate; if thou hast really repented; if there be a thorough change of mind in thee; if thou be born again, then hast thou reason to rejoice: but if there be no vital change, no inward godliness; if there be no love to God, no prayer, no work of the Holy Spirit, then thy saying "I am saved" is but thine own assertion, and it may delude, but it will not deliver thee. #Quote by Charles Spurgeon
Thee quotes by Catherine Marshall
#165. Have you ever watched a baby learning to walk? He totters, arms stretched out to balance himself. He wobbles - and falls, perhaps bumps his nose. Then he puts the palms of his little hands flat on the floor, hikes his rear end up, looks around to see if anybody is watching him. If nobody is, usually he doesn't bother to cry, just precariously balances himself - and tries again. Well, the baby can teach us. What you've undertaken ... isn't a state of perfection to be arrived at all of the sudden. It's a WALK, and a walk isn't static but ever-changing. We Friends say that all discouragement is from an evil source and can only end in more evil. Wallowing in self-condemnation or feeling sorry for yourself is worse than falling on your face in the first place ... So thee is human. #Quote by Catherine Marshall
Thee quotes by John Clare
#166. Forgive me if, in friendship's way, I offer thee a wreath of May ... [N]ourished by the dews of heaven ... So I have Ivy placed between, To prove that worth is ever green. The little blue Forget-me-not ... Spring's messenger in every spot, Smiling on all - Remember me! #Quote by John Clare
Thee quotes by John Milton
#167. Then wilt thou not be loath To leave this Paradise, but shalt possess A Paradise within thee, happier far. #Quote by John Milton
Thee quotes by Etienne De L'Amour
#168. Let me leave you with a positive thought. William Shakespeare once wrote: "The more I give to thee, the more I have, for both are infinite." They call this the Hidden Economy and it is not based on greed or love of money, but on unconditional, selfless, boundless and unstinting Love. #Quote by Etienne De L'Amour
Thee quotes by Angel Abrea
#169. When on life's journey it becomes our lot to travel with criticism of skeptics, the hate of some, the rejection of others, the impatience of many, or a friend's betrayal, we must be able to pray in such a manner that an abiding faith and a strong testimony that the Lord will be with us to the end, will compel us to say, "Nevertheless, Father, Thy will be done, and with Thy help, in patience I will follow firmly on the path that takes me back to Thee." #Quote by Angel Abrea
Thee quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#170. Enlarge not thy destiny, said the oracle: endeavor not to do more than is given thee in charge. #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Thee quotes by George R.R. Martin
#171. There's a funny fool. I have a riddle for you, Shagwell. Why do you care if she screams? Oh, wait, I know." He shouted "SAPPHIRES," as loudly as he could.
Cursing, Rorge kicked at his stump again. Jaime howled. I never knew there was such agony in the world, was the last thing he remembered thinking. It was hard to say how long he was gone, but when the pain spit him out, Urswyck was there, and Vargo Hoat himself. "Thee'th not to be touched," the goat screamed, spraying spittle all over Zollo. "Thee hath to be a maid, you foolth! Thee'th worth a bag of thapphireth!" And from then on, every night Hoat put guards on them, to protect them from his own.
Two nights passed in silence before the wench finally found the courage to whisper, "Jaime? Why did you shout out?"
"Why did I shout out 'sapphires,' you mean? Use your wits, wench. Would this lot have cared if I shouted 'rape'?"
"You did not need to shout at all."
"You're hard enough to look at with a nose. Besides, I wanted to make the goat say, 'thapphireth. #Quote by George R.R. Martin
Thee quotes by William Blake
#172. Once a dream did weave a shade
O'er my angel-guarded bed,
That an emmet lost its way
Where on grass methought I lay.

Troubled, wildered, and forlorn,
Dark, benighted, travel-worn,
Over many a tangle spray,
All heart-broke, I heard her say:

'Oh my children! do they cry,
Do they hear their father sigh?
Now they look abroad to see,
Now return and weep for me.'

Pitying, I dropped a tear:
But I saw a glow-worm near,
Who replied, 'What wailing wight
Calls the watchman of the night?

'I am set to light the ground,
While the beetle goes his round:
Follow now the beetle's hum;
Little wanderer, hie thee home!

- "A Dream #Quote by William Blake
Thee quotes by Christina Rossetti
#173. Give me the lowest place: not that I dare
Ask for that lowest place, but Thou hast died
That I might live and share
Thy glory by Thy side.
Give me the lowest place: of if for me
That lowest place too high, make one more low
Where I may sit and see
My God and love Thee so. #Quote by Christina Rossetti
Thee quotes by Samuel Johnson
#174. Let me rejoice in the light which Thou hast imparted; let me serve Thee with active zeal, humbled confidence, and wait with patient expectation for the time in which the soul which Thou receivest shall be satisfied with knowledge. #Quote by Samuel Johnson
Thee quotes by Algernon Charles Swinburne
#175. Behold, when thy face is made bare, he that loved thee shall hate;
Thy face shall be no more fair at the fall of thy fate
For thy life shall fall as a leaf and be shed as the rain;
And the veil of thine head shall be grief, and the crown shall be pain. #Quote by Algernon Charles Swinburne
Thee quotes by William Shakespeare
#176. ROSALIND
Now tell me how long you would have her after you have possessed her.
ORLANDO
Forever and a day.
ROSALIND
Say "a day" without the "ever." No, no, Orlando, men are April when they woo, December when they wed. Maids are May when they are maids, but the sky changes when they are wives. I will be more jealous of thee than a Barbary cock- pigeon over his hen, more clamorous than a parrot against rain, more newfangled than an ape, more giddy in my desires than a monkey. I will weep for nothing, like Diana in the fountain, and I will do that when you are disposed to be merry. I will laugh like a hyena, and that when thou art inclined to sleep. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Thee quotes by Alfred Tennyson
#177. Flow down, cold rivulet, to the sea,
Thy tribute wave deliver:
No more by thee my steps shall be,
For ever and for ever.

Flow, softly flow, by lawn and lea,
A rivulet then a river:
Nowhere by thee my steps shall be
For ever and for ever.

But here will sigh thine alder tree
And here thine aspen shiver;
And here by thee will hum the bee,
For ever and for ever.

A thousand suns will stream on thee,
A thousand moons will quiver;
But not by thee my steps shall be,
For ever and for ever. #Quote by Alfred Tennyson
Thee quotes by William Wordsworth
#178. Therefore, let the moon shine on thee in thy solitary walk; And let the misty-mountain winds be free to blow against thee. #Quote by William Wordsworth
Thee quotes by Thomas A Kempis
#179. If thou hadst a good conscience thou wouldst not greatly fear death. It were better for thee to watch against sin, than to fly from death. If to-day thou art not ready, how shalt thou be ready to-morrow? To-morrow is an uncertain day; and how knowest thou that thou shalt have a to-morrow? #Quote by Thomas A Kempis
Thee quotes by Emily Dickinson
#180. Answer July-
Where is the Bee-
Where is the Blush-
Where is the Hay?
Ah, said July-
Where is the Seed-
Where is the Bud-
Where is the May-
Answer Thee-Me- #Quote by Emily Dickinson
Thee quotes by Hannah Hurnard
#181. He shines upon me and makes me to rejoice, and has atoned for me all that was taken from me and done against me. There is no flower in all the world more blessed or more satisfied than I, for I look up to [my Love] as a weaned child and say, 'Whom have I in heaven but Thee, and there is none upon earth that I desire but Thee'. #Quote by Hannah Hurnard
Thee quotes by William Wordsworth
#182. If thou art beautiful, and youth and thought endue thee with all truth-be strong;
be worthy of the grace of God. #Quote by William Wordsworth
Thee quotes by George Crabbe
#183. Genius! thou gift of Heav'n! thou Light divine!
Amid what dangers art thou doom'd to shine!
Oft will the body's weakness check thy force,
Oft damp thy Vigour, and impede thy course;
And trembling nerves compel thee to restrain
Thy noble efforts, to contend with pain;
Or Want (sad guest!) will in thy presence come,
And breathe around her melancholy gloom:
To Life's low cares will thy proud thought confine,
And make her sufferings, her impatience, thine. #Quote by George Crabbe
Thee quotes by Emily Dickinson
#184. Lips unused to thee, Bashful, sip thy jasmines, As the fainting bee, Reaching late his flower, Round her chamber hums, Counts his nectars - enters, And is lost in balms! #Quote by Emily Dickinson
Thee quotes by Marcus Aurelius
#185. Everywhere and at all times it is in thy power piously to acquiesce in thy present condition, and to behave justly to those who are about thee, and to exert thy skill upon thy present
thoughts, that nothing shall steal into them without being well examined. #Quote by Marcus Aurelius
Thee quotes by Doreen Valiente
#186. And thou who thinkest to seek for me, know thy seeking and yearning shall avail thee not, unless thou know this mystery: that if that which thou seekest thou findest not within thee, thou wilt never find it without thee #Quote by Doreen Valiente
Thee quotes by William Shakespeare
#187. Sit down: thou art no flatterer:
I thank thee for it; and heaven forbid
That kings should let their ears hear their
faults hid! #Quote by William Shakespeare
Thee quotes by William Shakespeare
#188. But thy eternal summer shall not fade. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Thee quotes by William Shakespeare
#189. But if thou live, remember'd not to be, Die single and thine image dies with thee. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Thee quotes by Spike Milligan
#190. Said Hamlet to Ophelia,
I'll draw a sketch of thee.
What kind of pencil shall I use?
2B or not 2B? #Quote by Spike Milligan
Thee quotes by Herman Melville
#191. Towards thee I roll, thou all-destroying but unconquering whale ... from hell's heart I stab at thee. #Quote by Herman Melville
Thee quotes by Ralph Waldo Emerson
#192. By the rude bridge that arched the flood,
Their flag to April's breeze unfurled,
Here once the embattled farmers stood,
And fired the shot heard round the world.
The foe long since in silence slept;
Alike the conqueror silent sleeps;
And Time the ruined bridge has swept
Down the dark stream which seaward creeps.
On this green bank, by this soft stream,
We set to-day a votive stone;
That memory may their deed redeem,
When, like our sires, our sons are gone.
Spirit, that made those heroes dare
To die, and leave their children free,
Bid Time and Nature gently spare
The shaft we raise to them and thee. #Quote by Ralph Waldo Emerson
Thee quotes by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
#193. In the land of Uz, there lived a man, righteous and God-fearing, and he had great wealth, so many camels, so many sheep and asses, and his children feasted, and he loved them very much and prayed for them. 'It may be that my sons have sinned in their feasting.' Now the devil came before the Lord together with the sons of God, and said to the Lord that he had gone up and down the earth and under the earth. 'And hast thou considered my servant Job?' God asked of him. And God boasted to the devil, pointing to his great and holy servant. And the devil laughed at God's words. 'Give him over to me and Thou wilt see that Thy servant will murmur against Thee and curse Thy name.' And God gave up the just man He loved so, to the devil. And the devil smote his children and his cattle and scattered his wealth, all of a sudden like a thunderbolt from heaven. And Job rent his mantel and fell down upon the ground and cried aloud, 'Naked came I out of my mother's womb, and naked shall I return into the earth; the Lord gave and the Lord has taken away. Blessed be the name of the Lord for ever and ever.'

Fathers and teachers, forgive my tears now, for all my childhood rises up again before me, and I breathe now as I breathed then, with the breast of a little child of eight, and I feel as I did then, awe and wonder and gladness. The camels at that time caught my imagination, and Satan, who talked like that with God, and God who gave His servant up to destruction, and His servant cryi #Quote by Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Thee quotes by William Shakespeare
#194. Thy glass will show thee how thy beauties wear, thy dial how thy precious minutes waste #Quote by William Shakespeare
Thee quotes by Walter Scott
#195. Now I protest to thee, gentle reader, that I entirely dissent from Francisco de Ubeda in this matter, and hold it the most useful quality of my pen, that it can speedily change from grave to gay, and from description and dialogue to narrative and character. So that if my quill displays no other properties of its mother-goose than her mutability, truly I shall be well pleased; and I conceive that you, my worthy friend, will have no occasion for discontent. From #Quote by Walter Scott
Thee quotes by Charlotte Bronte
#196. My God, whose son, as on this night, took on Him the form of man, and for man vouchsafed to suffer and bleed, controls thy hand, and without His behest, thou canst not strike a stroke. My God is sinless, eternal, all-wise, and in Him is my trust, and though stripped and crushed by thee, -though naked, desolate, void of resource- I do not despair:where the lance of Guthrum now wet with my blood, I should not despair. I watch, I toil, I hope, I pray: Jehovah, in His own time, will aid. #Quote by Charlotte Bronte
Thee quotes by William Shakespeare
#197. What is thy body but a swallowing grave,
Seeming to bury that posterity
Which, by the rights of time, thou needs must have
If thou destroy them not in dark obscurity?
If so, the world will hold thee in disdain,
Sith in thy pride so fair a hope is slain. #Quote by William Shakespeare
Thee quotes by Lucretius
#198. Mother of Rome, delight of Gods and men,
Dear Venus that beneath the gliding stars
Makest to teem the many-voyaged main
And fruitful lands- for all of living things
Through thee alone are evermore conceived,
Through thee are risen to visit the great sun-
Before thee, Goddess, and thy coming on,
Flee stormy wind and massy cloud away,
For thee the daedal Earth bears scented flowers,
For thee waters of the unvexed deep
Smile, and the hollows of the serene sky
Glow with diffused radiance for thee! #Quote by Lucretius
Thee quotes by Hesiod
#199. Invite the man that loves thee to a feast, but let alone thine enemy. #Quote by Hesiod
Thee quotes by John Clare
#200. I sleep with thee, and wake with thee,
And yet thou are not there;
I fill my arms with thoughts of thee,
And press the common air. #Quote by John Clare

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