"David, in his lament over Jonathan, said: 'Very pleasant hast thou been unto me. Thy love to me was wonderful, passing the love of women.' Sweeter, stronger, fuller and better than any earthly love," continued the preacher, "is the love of Christ to us. Add together all the love of all the loving hearts in the world, multiply it by infinity, and you will have a faint idea of what the love of God in Christ is. He loves you, my brethren, absorbingly, unutterably." 鈥淏ehold over there,鈥?said he to F茅lise, 鈥渁 young girl of extraordinary good sense. She is also extremely pretty; a combination which is rare in women.鈥? 爱博彩票真能赚钱吗 鈥淏ehold over there,鈥?said he to F茅lise, 鈥渁 young girl of extraordinary good sense. She is also extremely pretty; a combination which is rare in women.鈥? 鈥淐an you tell me where Monsieur Fortinbras lives?鈥? 鈥淢erci, m鈥檚ieur. Bon soir, m鈥檚ieur,鈥?said the perfect waiter. But he would have given much to be able to dispose of the horrible coins otherwise than by thrusting them in his trouser pocket, to be able, for instance, to hurl them at the triple sausage neck of the departing donor; for he knew the starry, humorous eyes of the divinity were fixed on him. He felt hot and clammy and did not dare look round. And the hideous thought flashed through his mind: 鈥淲ill she offer me a tip when she leaves?鈥? But the soil of the more prosperous undergraduates was not suitable for the seed they tried to sow. The small pieties with which they larded their discourse, if chance threw them into the company of one whom they considered worldly, caused nothing but aversion in the minds of those for whom they were intended. When they distributed tracts, dropping them by night into good men鈥檚 letter boxes while they were asleep, their tracts got burnt, or met with even worse contumely; they were themselves also treated with the ridicule which they reflected proudly had been the lot of true followers of Christ in all ages. Often at their prayer meetings was the passage of St. Paul referred to in which he bids his Corinthian converts note concerning themselves that they were for the most part neither well-bred nor intellectual people. They reflected with pride that they too had nothing to be proud of in these respects, and, like St. Paul, gloried in the fact that in the flesh they had not much to glory. DAVID GLASS: When all else fails, put on a costume and sing a silly song. Then make everybody else sing with you. 鈥淏ehold over there,鈥?said he to F茅lise, 鈥渁 young girl of extraordinary good sense. She is also extremely pretty; a combination which is rare in women.鈥?