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If and love
If I am to speak the whole truth about my knowledge of love, I will have to stop trying to emulate the transcendant nightingale.
If his mother loves him, he clings to that love as a ballast.
If we are born of God we love God.
If we are born of God we love the brethren.
If it is love, you don't.
If believers live in obedience to God, study the scriptures, ( and share them with others ) and love everybody, believers are not going to need to sin.
If he love his brother, the Spirit of God dwelleth in him.
If they further reflect, they must also recognize that an act of mutual love which impairs the capacity to transmit life which God the Creator, through specific laws, has built into it, frustrates His design which constitutes the norm of marriage, and contradicts the will of the Author of life.
If this unity is broken, if only the body is satisfied, love becomes a commodity.
If you love God, he tells us, then it's your duty to vote this healthcare bill in ...
If a Turk says that he is in love ( Aşık ) with somebody, it is not a love that a person can feel for his or her parents ; it is just for one person, and it indicates a huge infatuation.
If MNT were realized, some resources would remain limited, because unique physical objects are limited ( a plot of land in the real Jerusalem, mining rights to the larger near-earth asteroids ) or because they depend on the goodwill of a particular person ( the love of a famous person, a live audience in a musical concert ).
In ‘ A Modern Herbal ’, Mrs Grieves says “ A rosemary branch, richly gilded and tied with silken ribands of all colours, was also presented to wedding guests, as a symbol of love and loyalty .” If a young person would tap another with a rosemary sprig and if the sprig contained an open flower, it was said that the couple would fall in love.
If God made me — the fabled God of the three qualities of which I spoke: mercy, kindness, love — He also made the fish I catch and eat.
If the knot held and grew for approximately a year, their love would stay true.
In response to a fight that broke out at one of his seminal Storm Raves in New York City, Bones got on the microphone and yelled “ If you don ’ t start showing some peace, love, and unity, I ’ ll break your faces .”
If I give away all my possessions, and if I hand over my body so that I may boast, but do not have love, I gain nothing.
If she had to look at one person with jealousy, and another with love, she didn't have to change her expression.
If love is strong — the lovers happy.
If she was wearing it next to her heart when he saw her again then he would know that his love was reciprocated.

If and reflects
If appropriate proportions of three primary pigments are mixed, the result reflects so little light as to be called " black ".
If the term has nonetheless retained a certain consistency in its use across these fields and would-be movements, it perhaps reflects the word ’ s position in general English usage: though the standard dictionary definition of irreal gives it the same meaning as unreal, irreal is very rarely used in comparison with unreal.
* If θ > θ < sub > c </ sub >, the entire ray reflects from the boundary.
If the photon reflects, the surface's bidirectional reflectance distribution function is used to determine the ratio of reflected radiance.
If this reflects the god that El refers to in the biblical text concerning Balaam, and the connection between Balaam and Baal Peor is accurate, then Baal Peor can be identified as Shamash.
If a corresponding hypothesis test is performed, the confidence level corresponds with the level of significance, i. e. a 95 % confidence interval reflects a significance level of 0. 05, and the confidence interval contains the parameter values that, when tested, should not be rejected with the same sample.
If we let Him — for we can prevent Him, if we choose — He will make the feeblest and filthiest of us into a god or goddess, dazzling, radiant, immortal creature, pulsating all through with such energy and joy and wisdom and love as we cannot now imagine, a bright stainless mirror which reflects back to God perfectly ( though, of course, on a smaller scale ) His own boundless power and delight and goodness.
If this reflects more colourism ( some Brazilians perceive straightened afro-textured hair as ridiculous in a risible way, especially in a man, which is often labeled as viadagem, or a greater politicization with respect to race relations and racism, varies greatly with the person.
At the fishing hole with his friends, Abner lazily reflects that if he could be anyone in the world, he'd rather be himself (" If I had my Druthers ").
If V is defined in terms of the line integral, the ambiguity of V reflects the freedom in the choice of the reference point
If something material happens with the company ( change of CEO, change of auditing firm, destruction of a significant number of company assets ), the SEC requires that the company soon issue an 8-K filing that reflects these changed conditions ( see Regulation FD ).
If Earth falls to the Wyrm, the spirit world ( which reflects reality in large part ) will fall as well.
If this happens, one says that " invariants do not separate the orbits ", and the algebra A reflects the topological quotient space X / G rather imperfectly.
If cortical thinning reflects synaptic pruning, then pruning may occur relatively early for language-based abilities.
Archaize: If thine style of writing reflects an age long gone, and a world unfamiliar to the modern reader, then thou art indeed a master of the quill and the ink.
The lovers are able to derive some comfort from this, believing that their love will remain intact even when they are arrested and tortured: " If the object was not to stay alive but to stay human ," Winston reflects, " what difference it ultimately make?
If any album reflects a real period of transition for an artist, it's this one.
If the edifice really reflects some original features of Tatar architecture, then its design should have certainly influenced that of the Kremlin towers in Moscow.
If the wording reflects the language of the editor, it points toward editorial reworking of a text, while if it is unused or avoided language, then it points toward being part of an earlier source.

If and nature
If man is actually the product of his environment and if science can discover the laws of human nature and the ways in which environment determines what people do, then someone -- a someone probably standing outside traditional systems of values -- can turn around and develop completely efficient means for controlling people.
If any one of them has any power to veto the Secretary General's decisions the nature of the organization will have changed.
If they give him advice when he asks it, or if they perform specified duties under his direction, the nature of the U. N. will not of necessity change.
There are some passages in the writings of Irenaeus where the image of God and the similitude are sharply distinguished, so most notably in the statement: `` If the ( Holy ) Spirit is absent from the soul, such a man is indeed of an animal nature ; ;
If nature cannot err, then there are no paradoxes in it ; to Hobbes, the paradox is a form of the absurd, which is inconsistency: " Natural sense and imagination, are not subject to absurdity " and " For error is but a deception ...
If he himself philosopher did not exist, he would not be there to ask questions about the nature of reality ... on the other hand, this fundamental fact, which we call existence, soon proves a rather barren topic for philosophic speculation ...
In particular, the third anathema reads: " If anyone divides in the one Christ the hypostases after the union, joining them only by a conjunction of dignity or authority or power, and not rather by a coming together in a union by nature, let him be anathema.
If not " true " crannogs, small occupied islets ( often at least partially artificial in nature ) may be referred to as island duns, although rather confusingly, 22 islet-based sites are classified as ' proper ' crannogs due to the different interpretations of the inspectors or excavators who drew up field reports Canmore search for crannog in the Western Isles Hebridean island dwellings or crannogs were commonly built on both natural and artificial islets, usually reached by means of a stone causeway.
If a caller requires more assistance, the call is forwarded to the second tier ( in the appropriate department depending on the nature of the call ).
If there is a change in the potential energy of a system ; for example μ < sub > 1 </ sub >> μ < sub > 2 </ sub > ( μ is Chemical potential ) an energy flow will occur from S < sub > 1 </ sub > to S < sub > 2 </ sub >, because nature always prefers low energy and maximum entropy.
In 1563, Elizabeth told an imperial envoy: " If I follow the inclination of my nature, it is this: beggar-woman and single, far rather than queen and married ".
If liberty is taken to mean " the ability to exercise one's rights as provided for by the law and nature " then this is true, but if it means " the state when one is not held to nor required to perform anything against their will " then this is clearly false.
If the status code indicated a problem, the user agent might display the reason phrase to the user to provide further information about the nature of the problem.
" If nature has made any one thing less susceptible than all others of exclusive property, it is the action of the thinking power called an idea, which an individual may exclusively possess as long as he keeps it to himself ; but the moment it is divulged, it forces itself into the possession of every one, and the receiver cannot dispossess himself of it.
* If we grant a building permit to build a religious structure in our community, then there will be no bound on the number of building permits we will have to grant for religious structures and the nature of this city will change.
If police coercion is shown or evident, then the court proceeds to determine the voluntariness of the waiver under the totality of circumstances test focusing on the personal characteristics of the accused and the particulars of the coercive nature of the police conduct.
If the stored information is of linguistic nature, one can speak of a lexicon.
If he does not choose to live, nature will take its course.
Physicalism is then further divided depending on whether it can be known a priori or a posteriori that: If physicalism is true, S is the statement that describes the entire physical nature of the world collectively, and S * is the statement that describes the entire nature of the world, then S entails S *.
If, on the other hand, the conception taken as the foundation of the system is that the great inclusive unity is the world itself, or the universe, God is swallowed up in that unity, which may be designated nature.
If it were a being, it would have a particular nature, and so could not be universally productive of all being.
If an SSTO vehicle were combined with reliable systems and lower maintenance design of a more automated nature, it could greatly reduce operational costs.
If nature contains a principle of order within it, the need for a designer is removed.

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