The Mouth of Gold: A Series of Dramatic Sketches Illustrating the Life and Times of Chrysostom

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الصفحة 18 - But wherefore seek in cloistered solitude To serve the Master who himself was found In synagogues and in the market-place, An open publisher of truth ? John. To quench The fires of sensual passion in ourselves — To scourge our pride and appetite — to prune The branches, that the fruit may thrive — is not The bttter part of service this ? Anikusn.
الصفحة 10 - Maecenas, atavis edite regibus, O, et praesidium et dulce decus meum, Sunt quos curriculo pulverem Olympicum Collegisse juvat, metaque fervidis Evitata rotis, palmaque nobilis Terrarum dominos evehit ad Deos.
الصفحة 19 - O ray son ; for so it seems To my poor thought as if a nation pent Within itself should breed intestine strife And feverish anarchy ; whereas, if set Confronting foreign arms, the factions all Would league, to subjugate the common foe* To govern, not exterminate the powers Our Father gave, 1 deem the soul's high province.
الصفحة 97 - ... of evil and of care : And ofttimes, sad with fear and longing, We pour our plaints in bitter prayer. Oh could we sing our Lord's sweet praises Nor sin nor grief should do us harm ; But as, when morn her banner raises The wild beasts fly in strange alarm — Our fears themselves should feel a panic ; Perplexity should loose its toils, And from the fallen host Satanic Our hands -should gather .happy spoils. O THOU who art of grace the fountain, Help us in praise to find employ, Till we ascend Thy...
الصفحة 48 - Oh that my head were waters and mine eyes a fount of tears, that I might weep day and night for the slain of the daughter of my people !
الصفحة 19 - Confronting foreign arms, the factions all Would league, to subjugate the common foe. To govern, not exterminate the powers Our Father gave, I deem the soul's high province. The cross indeed is...
الصفحة 96 - And fallen forms the field to show. In earth's wide wilderness are thronging The ranks of evil and of care : And ofttimes, sad with fear and longing, We pour our plaints in bitter prayer* Oh could we sing our Lord's sweet praises Nor sin nor grief should do us harm ; But as, when morn her banner raises The wild beasts fly in strange alarm—- Our fears themselves should feel a panic j Perplexity should loose its toils, And from the fallen host Satanic Our hands should gather happy spoils.
الصفحة 16 - The pulse of filial love no longer beats. John. Not lack of filial love forbids my stay ; But loyalty to One whose claim I hold Superior to every human tie.
الصفحة 109 - Subsequently the bones of the now canonized hero were removed to Rome, and, about two centuries since, were deposited by Pope Urban VIII. in a chapel of St. Peter's which still bears the name of Chrysostom.— [Ibid, p, 231.
الصفحة 109 - Arcadius died eight months after Chrysostom, Thirty years later, his son, Theodosius II. and the bishop Proclus brought the remains of Chrysostom, with the greatest honors, from Asia Minor to Constantinople. On the...

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