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Christian Living
  • Author:
    Andy Arbuthnot
  • ISBN:
    0946616973
  • ISBN13:
    978-0946616978
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  • Publisher:
    Highland Books (December 31, 1993)
  • Pages:
    192 pages
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    Christian Living
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I need more, more, more Jesus more of You I need so much more Jesus more, more, more When I have been all used up Fill me like an empty cup And when it seems I have had enough I still need more, more.

I need more, more, more Jesus more of You I need so much more Jesus more, more, more When I have been all used up Fill me like an empty cup And when it seems I have had enough I still need more, more, more The hunger inside of me My spirit and soul agree I’ve tasted and now I see I. need more of You I need more, more, more Jesus more of You I need so much more Jesus more, more, more If I’m in the desert place Or dry as an empty vase Fill me up till it’s to the top I’ll still need more, more, more Like numbers go to infinity Or an endless eternity Like the universe.

Young mothers jabbing a finger in triumph at a bank of pale faces. This is what Saturday’s penalty shoot-out in the FA Cup Final produced. This is what passion does to people. And while it has its ugly side, it is more likely to enrich and ennoble. Football fans are, particularly at this time of year - a time of climax, of games that mean everything - the obvious example of people who have a passion. Today, supporters of Liverpool Football Club are gathering in Istanbul for the European Cup final

Oscar Wilde has many characters through ‘A Woman of No Importance’ that have contrasting personalities and backgrounds, but the characters with a clear, most definite contrast are Hester and Mrs Arbuthnot.

Oscar Wilde has many characters through ‘A Woman of No Importance’ that have contrasting personalities and backgrounds, but the characters with a clear, most definite contrast are Hester and Mrs Arbuthnot. Mrs Arbuthnot is known to the readers of the play and the characters in the play as a ‘fallen woman’. She has run off with at least two men whilst married and has now developed a reputation with the rest of the community. This means she also will try to get the attention of any man possible.