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DrdrjawaharL: 2)Minds innocent&quiet take That for an hermitage. If I had freedom in my love, And in my soul am free, The Angels alone that soar abv, Enjoy such liberty":Richard Lovelace(To Althea:fr prison) Now Sidhu is free to write love letters to his life-partner&other bed-fellows,if any.

jasonhamnett: Book 16: Renewal As a Way of Life By: Richard Lovelace (1/2) "The result has been that instead of ordering careers, families, businesses, and governments around God's purposes, we have, at best,

justdavewrites: It's so weird seeing things in retrospect sometimes. Watching Wild Wild West for the first time and Lovelace's henchmen is Richard Kiel. Known to most as guy with a nail in his head in Happy Gilmour.

MelanieJaxn: Amarantha sweet and fair Ah braid no more that shining hair! As my curious hand or eye Hovering round thee let it fly. -Richard Lovelace

LawrenceDanielJ: Where prayer is, revival cannot be far behind. - Richard Lovelace

bjstockman: "Considering the capacity of variant orthodoxies to divide the church, we might also question how much doctrinal discernment God can safely entrust to the church. We do not give scalpels to angry children." | Richard Lovelace, preTwitter

brocraigc: “As pain tells us of the need for healing, worry tells us of the need for prayer.” -Richard Lovelace

GratianaL: May 03, 2022--The new "The Man from Rome" film trailer starring Richard Armitage is riveting! on my SAL blog:

WhosBrownBread: April 22 Remembering those who died on this day : Richard Nixon (1994) Chan Canasta (1999) Linda Lovelace (2002) Norman Bird (2005) John Sullivan (2011) Richie Havens (2013) Erin Moran (2017) Shirley Knight (2020) 2/2

wretchedwilbur: "Stone Walls do not a Prison make, Nor Iron bars a Cage; Minds innocent and quiet take That for an Hermitage. If I have freedom in my Love, And in my soul am free, Angels alone that soar above, Enjoy such Liberty." (To Althea, from Prison; Richard Lovelace)

resonantdrifter: "Stone Walls do not a Prison make, Nor Iron bars a Cage; Minds innocent and quiet take That for an Hermitage." To Althea, from Prison by Richard Lovelace

krissinclair_: - Richard Lovelace

RiviasHunter: Song to Amarantha, that she would Dishevel her Hair By Richard Lovelace Amarantha sweet and fair Ah braid no more that shining hair! As my curious hand or eye Hovering round thee let it fly. Let it fly as unconfin’d As its calm ravisher, the wind, >

richard_rathe: From the "The Thrilling Adventures of Lovelace and Babbage" by Sydney Padua (Highly Recommended!)

aliterarybot: Wise emblem of our politic world, Sage snail, within thine own self curl'd —Richard Lovelace, 'The Snail'

stevenstrogatz: I just stumbled across a fascinating trove of FREE expository math articles. They are about teaching math by its history:

wakyn_md: Stone walls do not a prison make, Nor iron bars a cage; Minds innocent and quiet take That for an hermitage; If I have freedom in my love And in my soul am free, Angels alone, that soar above, Enjoy such liberty. -Richard Lovelace, "To Althea, from prison"

aliterarybot: Wise emblem of our politic world, Sage snail, within thine own self curl'd —Richard Lovelace, 'The Snail'

BarnabasPiper: What we call pride is usually not an expression of serious self-appreciation but a defense mechanism compensating for unconscious feelings of inferiority. - Richard Lovelace

BarnabasPiper: Pride drastically hinders revival because it padlocks the spirit, shutting the soul off in its own darkness and blocking it from dealing not only with pride itself but with every other area of the flesh. - Richard Lovelace

revchadbrooks: But our first coming to Christ and the strength of our expression of new life in him are dependent on our accurate apprehension of our own need and of the character of the true God. - Richard Lovelace

mrmedders: Pride forces believers to either two extremes in handling opponets: - spiteful polemics - refusal to dialog — Richard Lovelace, Dynamics of Spiritual Life, 247

aliterarybot: Wise emblem of our politic world, Sage snail, within thine own self curl'd —Richard Lovelace, 'The Snail'

john_starke: Can I put forward a proposal? The things we are calling “deconstruction” might actually be what Richard Lovelace called “dis-enculturation.” What he meant was removing the cultural idolatry (conservative or progressive) from your faith.

plastic_bio: Oh, could you view the melodyOf every graceAnd music of her face,You'd drop a tear;Seeing more harmonyIn her bright eyeThan now you hear. - Richard Lovelace (poet)

InhisimageMovie: In his new article, M.D. Perkins sheds light on what Greg Johnson, a gay pastor, doesn't get about repentance and how Johnson's new book conveniently misrepresents a quote from Richard Lovelace to bolster his, frankly, unbiblical beliefs about repentance.

BarnabasPiper: The most effective heresies have capitalized on important elements of truth which were lacking in current Christian understanding. - Richard Lovelace

BarnabasPiper: When the church loses its own Spirit-directed social initiative, that initiative passes to common-grace movements within the fallen world, for God‘s compassion for humanity will not be frustrated by the church’s failure. – Richard Lovelace

today_in_music: Playlist a Day for 2022-03-06

BlacksParson: UFO & Paranormal Top 10 Authors/Presenters: Ingo Swan Joe Mcmoneagle Robert Hastings Col. Phillip Corso Peter Levenda Nick Redfern Richard Dolan Dr. David Jacobs Whitley Strieber Terry Lovelace

boekell: …genuine encounter with God induces humility. -Richard Lovelace

tbayly: Audio recording of latest Warhorn Media post demonstrating PCA Revoice Pastor Greg Johnson's abuse of Richard Lovelace in Johnson's book, Still Time to Care (Zondervan, 2021)

aliterarybot: Wise emblem of our politic world, Sage snail, within thine own self curl'd —Richard Lovelace, 'The Snail'

raefchenery: Preparing for our staff hour of theology and prayer. “He was united with humanity in the incarnation, not only to bear the GUILT of human sin in a sacrifice which satisfied divine justice, but also to break the POWER of sin in human nature through his death.” Richard Lovelace.

tbayly: Greg Johnson and Revoice, 2021

mumciur: like idk who could be the funniest possible person to snitch on richard nixon? jimin of bts is deep throat. rachel dolezal is deep throat. linda lovelace? too obvious i guess. maybe richard nixon himself was deep throat and caused watergate to have a reason to resign.

vecchio721: Jerrold D. Green currently serves as the Pacific Council's president and CEO. Richard Goetz, Partner at O'Melveny & Myers LLP, and Robert Lovelace, Vice Chairman at Capital Group Companies, are co-chairs of the Board of Directors, which also includes Ambassador Colleen Bell,

RScottRoper: Richard Lovelace, one of Greg Johnson's positive examples of pre culture war attitudes, advocated orientation change--a fact that Johnson obscures when quoting him by the use of ellipses.

BarnabasPiper: We have sometimes forgotten that a Spirit-filled intelligence is one of the powerful weapons for pulling down satanic strongholds. - Richard Lovelace

dmit131: Poem of the Day 23 February 2022 - To Lucasta, going beyond the Seas BY Richard Lovelace    IF to be absent were to be        Away from thee;      Or that when I am gone      You or I were alone;    Then, my Lucasta, might I crave          ...

SantaKlausH: Stone Walls do not a Prison make, Nor Iron bars a Cage; Minds innocent and quiet take That for an Hermitage. If I have freedom in my Love, And in my soul am free, Angels alone that soar above, Enjoy such Liberty. (From) To Althea, from Prison Richard Lovelace 1617 - 1657

BarnabasPiper: Richard Lovelace over here writing about the Church in the mid 19th century. Or is it about the church in the 2020s? (Dynamics of Spiritual Life, p. 180)

SFMOMA: Between the 2 races in 1975 + 1978, the museum commissioned cars + trophies from more than 200 artists — including Ruth Asawa, Robert Arneson, Ant Farm, Viola Frey, Mike Henderson, Mary Lovelace O’Neal, Richard Shaw + Carlos Villa — + thousands gathered to watch the races unfold!

versaceschanel: kinda need a man like richard lovelace

stevemizel: Most congregations of professing Christians today are saturated with a kind of dead goodness, an ethical respectability which has its motivational roots in the flesh rather than in the illuminating and enlivening control of the Holy Spirit. - Richard Lovelace

BarnabasPiper: As pain tells us of the need for healing, worry tells us of the need for prayer. – Richard Lovelace

BarnabasPiper: The prayers of believers are a terror to the powers of evil, not simply because of the judgment they bring down on the works of darkness, but because they turn bewildered saints into knowledgeable opponents. – Richard Lovelace

Anthony1Howell: Richard Lovelace on Poetry Competitions

TreyHildebrant: The books - “Spiritual Dynamics of the Christian Life” - Dr. Richard Lovelace “Celebration of Discipline” - Richard Foster “How Should We Then Live?” - Dr. Francis Schaeffer

dustinwmesser: Richard Lovelace: "Thus men who are not secure in Christ cast about for spiritual life preservers with which to support their confidence, & in their frantic search they not only cling to the shreds of ability & righteousness they find in themselves, but they fix upon their race…

Mimosa48: "'Stone walls do not a prison make Nor iron bars a cage' But 'Ice will suffice.'" quipped the old retired man in north Mississippi. My apologies to both Richard Lovelace and Robert Frost.

LordofWentworth: Amarantha sweet and fair Ah braid no more that shining hair! As my curious hand or eye Hovering round thee let it fly. Richard Lovelace

JohnSypert: It seems to me that much of the church's warfare today is fought by blindfolded soldiers who cannot see the forces ranged against them, who are buffeted by invisible opponents and respond by striking one another. - Richard Lovelace

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AtThyWord777: Revival is an infusion of new spiritual life imparted by The Holy Spirit to existing parts of Christ's Body. - Richard Lovelace

word_water_wine: “Concentration on reformation without revival leads to skins without wine; concentration on revival without reformation soon loses the wine for want of skins.” Richard Lovelace, Dynamics of Spiritual Life

raefchenery: Faith in Jesus that is not built on the fear of God, upon a deep hunger and thirst after righteousness, is shallow and fruitless. The shallowness of many people who are “saved” may be due to the fact that they have never known themselves to be lost.” Richard Lovelace

RuthArnold: And with it a poem by Richard Lovelace - soldier, lover, courtier - written from prison in 1642. “Stone Walls do not a Prison make, Nor Iron bars a Cage… If I have freedom in my Love, And in my soul am free, Angels alone that soar above, Enjoy such Liberty.”

zachbarnhart_: "Bad prayer is better than no prayer." — Richard Lovelace

BarnabasPiper: The principal work of the Holy Spirit in applying redemption lies in making us holy, and being filled with the Spirit simply means having all our faculties under his control rather than under the control of sin. - Richard Lovelace

BarnabasPiper: Even where Christians know about the Holy Spirit doctrinally, they have not necessarily made a deliberate point of getting to know him personally. - Richard Lovelace

john_starke: In 1979, Richard Lovelace wrote about “disenculturation” in Dynamics of Spiritual Life and emphasizes that the project of separating authentic Christianity from its cultural clutches is as much a “conservative” (or legalistic) problem as it is “progressive.”

dhanabarger: "Paradoxically enough, it appears that when the church begins to draw up codes and taboos which separate it from the world, it is most worldly, most in conformity with the world's understanding of holiness and spirituality." -Richard F. Lovelace

PowerON_SA: "Stone walls do not a prison make, Nor iron bars a cage." Richard Lovelace

revchadbrooks: Individual and corporate spiritual vitality are coinherent; it is impossible to grow to full stature as an individual while separated from smaller and larger groups in the church, nor can the body grow without the renewing of its members. - Richard Lovelace

BarnabasPiper: Since we are inextricably bound up with corporate sin through our participation in nations and institutions, there is no way that we can avoid implication in the guilt of the fallen world, and therefore biblical saints confess the sins of their community . . . - Richard Lovelace

MattKottman: 5 of 5 stars to Dynamics of Spiritual Life by Richard F. Lovelace

JonTyson: Out here in a Moravian cemetery. Richard Lovelace called Hernhut and the Moravians the most generative Christian community in church history. Small tree, staggering fruit. Modern church, massive trees, marginal fruit.

otdderamin: "The period and location of the Crab Nebula pulsar NP 0532 was discovered by Richard V. E. Lovelace and collaborators on November 10, 1968, at the Arecibo radio observatory."

rodneygehman: “Salvation is not so much a matter of doing as of appreciating what God has done. God wants us to be free from thinking about ourselves long enough to consider what his love has done.” - Richard Lovelace “Renewal as a Way of Life”

plastic_bio: Tell me not, sweet, I am unkind,That from the nunneryOf thy chaste breast and quiet mind,To war and arms I fly. - Richard Lovelace (poet)

Fixedthatforya: Happy birthday, Richard Lovelace (b. 9 December 1617) - macrolit: To Lucasta, Going to the Wars Tell me not (Sweet) I am unkind,           That from the nunnery Of thy chaste breast and quiet mind           To war and arms I fly. True, a new...

EvaKnott: If I have freedom in my love, And in my soul am free, Angels alone that sore above Enjoy such liberty.

JJ56123: "Stone walls do not a prison make, nor iron bars a cage." Richard Lovelace (born 1618—died 1657, London), English poet, soldier, and Royalist whose graceful lyrics and dashing career made him the prototype of the perfect Cavalier.

ARTSalamode: "Stone walls do not a prison make, nor iron bars a cage." Richard Lovelace

WasteShifter: "Stone walls do not a prison make, Nor iron bars a cage." Richard Lovelace

ShinyHistGems: Born on this day: English poet Richard Lovelace (1618-1657)

plastic_bio: If to be absent were to beAway from thee;Or that when I am gone,You and I were alone;Then, my Lucasta, might I cravePity from blust'ring wind, or swallowing wave. - Richard Lovelace (poet)

KVPaxton: When men’s hearts are not full of God, they become full of the world around like a sponge full of clear water that has been squeezed empty and thrown into a mud puddle. ~Richard Lovelace

ConjugateThis: Richard Branson is a Boss. Susan B. Anthony is my hero. Winston Churchill is an icon. Furthermore,... I believe in extraterrestrials cuz we should. Finally, where would we be without the genius of Ada Lovelace ?

revchadbrooks: Every major advance of the kingdom of God on earth is signaled and brought about by a general outpouring of the Holy Spirit. - Richard Lovelace

KJ7562: “When men’s hearts are not full of God, they become full of the world around like a sponge full of clear water that has been squeezed empty and thrown into a mud puddle.“ — Richard Lovelace

alainemerson: ‘What we call pride is usually not an expression of serious self-appreciation but a defence mechanism compensating for unconscious feelings of inferiority’ Richard Lovelace The search for significance manifests itself in subtle and not so subtle ways!

wes_net: Richard Lovelace on spirituality: “True spirituality is not a superhuman religiosity; it is simply true humanity released from bondage to sin and renewed by the Holy Spirit."

PatrickRCook1: I share the pain, to an extent — my father ragged me for getting Richard Lovelace and Andrew Marvell confused when I was on University Challenge. Fortunately, that's a little more difficult to work into everyday conversation.

Rev_E_D_Wilcher: Why do we need to be united as the church? “It seems to me that much of the church’s warfare today is fought by blindfolded soldiers who cannot see the forces ranged against them, who are buffeted by invisible opponents and respond by striking one another.” -Richard Lovelace

Reformed_News: Anglicans in Africa as well as Reformed in North America can learn from Richard Lovelace about what he in 1978 called a Double Repentance.

krissinclair_: “When the church loses its own Spirit-directed social initiative, that initiative passes to common-grace movements within the fallen world, for God’s compassion for humanity will not be frustrated by the church’s failure.” - Richard Lovelace

zachbarnhart_: Four foundational truths every pastor must encourage their flock to daily stand on: You are accepted. You are delivered. You are not alone. You have authority. (From Richard Lovelace's "Dynamics of Spiritual Life")

zachbarnhart_: "As pain tells us of the need for healing, worry tells us of the need for prayer." — Richard Lovelace

tmansinho: “It seems to me that much of the church’s warfare today is fought by blindfolded soldiers who cannot see the forces ranged against them, who are buffeted by invisible opponents and respond by striking one another.” Richard Lovelace

JPintheWord: "No Christian who wants to be spiritual renewed can be indifferent to the spiritual fate of others... This means that every Christian must consciously be in a witnessing stance toward all persons who are not already members of the Messianic kingdom..." —Richard Lovelace

jaredcwilson: "Most congregations of professing Christians today are saturated with a kind of *dead goodness,* an ethical respectability which has its motivational roots in the flesh rather than in the illuminating and enlivening control of the Holy Spirit." - Richard Lovelace

BostonState28: To flee from God to some far country and to search for fulfillment there is to find only black market substitutes. Richard Lovelace

PhillipaAshley: The Grasshopper by Cavalier poet Richard Lovelace. Poor verdant fool, and now green ice! thy joys, Large and as lasting as thy perch of grass, Bid us lay in ’gainst winter rain, and poise Their floods with an o’erflowing glass.

pastorjimtvc: “Unless God changes our hearts, we are actively allergic to him!” -Richard Lovelace, Renewal as a Way of Life

BrandonfrmNJ: "Stone walls do not a prison make, Nor iron bars a cage; Minds innocent and quiet take That for an hermitage". Richard Lovelace........

crystalshen6: This is a human rights issue & hers are being violated. She wants to be free to stay with her friend Richard Lovelace Sr. so she can begin her cancer treatment. Dr. Bashir (434) 924-2241

JointBasePHH: Aloha 'Oe CMC Lovelace 9.9.21 Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam members bid farewell to Command Master Chief Joe Lovelace as his family as they start their next chapter in Texas. Photos by CSS1(SS) Richard Everhart



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