Beiträge zur Geschichte der Kreuzzüge, Volume 1

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Weidmann, 1874 - 4 pages
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Page 208 - LORD, excite me that I may be thankful for thy favour wherewith thou hast favoured me, and my parents ; and that I may do that which is right and well-pleasing unto thee : and introduce me, through thy mercy, into Paradise, among thy servants the righteous.
Page 203 - Christ doth not proudly disdain to be a servant unto God ; neither the angels who approach near to his presence : and whoso disdaineth his service, and is puffed up with pride, God will gather them all to himself, on the last day.
Page 208 - Lord excite me that I may be thankful for thy favour, wherewith thou hast favoured me, and my parents; and that I may do that which is right, and well-pleasing unto thee: and introduce me, through thy mercy, into paradise, among thy servants, the righteous.
Page 201 - Pronounce not thy prayer aloud, neither pronounce it with too low a voice,' but follow a middle way between these : and say, Praise be unto GOD, who hath not begotten any child ; who hath no partner in the kingdom, nor hath any to protect him from contempt: and magnify him by proclaiming his greatness.
Page 201 - Praise be unto GOD, who hath created the heavens and the earth, and hath ordained the darkness and the light ; nevertheless they who believe not in the LORD equalize other gods with him. It is he who hath created you of clay ; and then decreed the term of your lives ; and the prefixed term is with him : • yet do ye doubt thereof.
Page 205 - PRAISE be unto him who transported his servant by night, from the sacred temple of Mecca to the farther temple of Jerusalem? the circuit of which we have blessed, that we might show some of our signs; for God is he who heareth, and seeth.
Page 173 - ... auquel j'assistais. Quand le roi des Francs se trouva sur la colline avec cette troupe de chevaliers, elle fit une charge admirable sur ceux des musulmans qui étaient vis-à-vis d'elle, et les refoula sur mon père. Je le regardai , et je vis qu'il était en proie à l'affliction, qu'il avait changé de couleur, qu'il tenait sa barbe dans la main et s'avançait en criant : »Que le démon soit convaincu de mensonge !« Les musulmans revinrent à la charge contre les Francs , qui battirent en...
Page 97 - Atque in ore Christo militantium laicorum laus Dei crebrescit, quia non est in toto regno christiano qui turpes cantilenas cantare in publico audeat, sed ut diximus, tota terra iubilat in Christi laudibus etiam per cantilenas linguae vulgaris, maxime in Teutonicis, quorum lingua magis apta est concinnis canticis.
Page 203 - His perspicuous book1 ; it is the mosque wherein the Apostle of God offered up his prayer and saluted the angels admitted nearest to God's presence ; it is the town to which God sent His Servant and Apostle, and the Word which He caused to descend on Mary, and His spirit Jesus, whom He honoured with that mission and ennobled with the gift of...
Page 173 - ... revinrent et firent une seconde charge comme la première, de sorte qu'ils refoulèrent les musulmans jusqu'à l'endroit où était mon père. Celui-ci fit comme il avait fait la première fois, et les musulmans se retournant contre eux les repoussèrent jusqu'à la colline. Je criai encore : « Nous les avons

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