Keepi n g in mind the distinction between suffering with and feeling sad, let’s turn to the Bible. Deck the tree with white Christmas lights, a gold-bead garland, copper and gold ornament balls, golden starfish, delicate off-white paper flowers, and wooden ornaments. Colman emphasized that he was talking about personal involvement, and not mere monetary transfer: How should an unholy Person offer to God in a holy manner? The idea of «suffering with» is central in Christianity because it was central in the life of Christ.
These miniature houses are reproductions of ornaments made in the 1920s and 1930s. Some of these ornaments include an opening in the back for tree lights, allowing the village to be illuminated. Fill the boughs with small apples, kumquats, and vintage-style ornaments. Plug in your first string of lights, and position the last bulb on the string at the top of the tree trunk. Nor would copy editors leave in redundanc i es such as the Washington Post’s «personal compassion,» used in the way a Hill staffer might say, «I personally spoke with the Senator.» After all, in the past compassion had to be personal.
Second Chronicles 30:9 states the process precisely: «the Lord your God is gracious and compassionate. He will not turn his face from you if you return to him.» Nehemiah 9:27 notes that «When they w ere oppressed they cried out to you. Third, the word was used to convey a certain attractive pose: The Los Angeles 7″Imes described an actor as perfect for a role because «He’s got the strength, the compassion.» Ac t resses are taught to give come-hither looks, actors looks of compassion. Kaus’ complaint is exactly correct — once the biblical understanding of compassion is gone. Step into England’s story, instead of a service station!