As snow in summer, and as rain in harvest, so honor is not seemly for a fool.
Torrey's Topical Textbook—AKJV
A visit to the Harvest Field
... on, till the day breaketh, and the harvest cometh ... If the farmer should want rain
just now, his impatience ... heaven, when he was impatient at the honor and dignity ...
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The Mustard Seed: a Sermon for the Sabbath-School Teacher
... the material, or tools to work it up into a harvest. ... prevail with God to bless it
to His honor and praise ... morning, when I awoke into the damp and rain, and felt ...
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From the Close of the General Conference of 1832 to the Beginning ...
... until July, and this is followed by rain until October. ... it was because he thought
the honor of truth ... that all these places have yielded a rich harvest of souls ...
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... workings of heat and cold, sunshine and rain and frost ... so always the hard place is
the place of honor. ... eyes the fields are white with the harvest which threatens ...
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A Bundle of Myrrh
... As for the house of feasting, the joy of harvest, the mirth ... A brook without water;
a cloud without rain; a well ... a star upon your breast to be your honor and joy ...
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Book ii. Jerome Answers the Second, Third, and Fourth Propositions ...
... and speak, who level mountains and sleep out rain or fair. ... the same reward of a penny
was given, and what ... by side in the same field until the harvest, that is ...
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... you call your rights for others, and "in honor preferring one ... as the earth would
be without the dew and rain. ... One of the best definitions was given by a soldier ...
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