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" The cement, without which there can be no stability of the walls, is made of lime, sand, and water. The lime is fervent charity, which joineth to itself the sand, that is, undertakings for the temporal welfare of our brethren: because true charity taketh... "
Medieval Cathedrals - Page 239
by William W. Clark - 2006 - 272 pages
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The Symbolism of Churches and Church Ornaments: A Translation of the First ...

Guillaume Durand - Christian art and symbolism - 1843 - 252 pages
...lime, sand, and water. The lime 1s PSALM (cxxii,) Lcetatus sum, 3. is fervent charity, whicb joineth to itself the sand, that is, undertakings for the...lime and the sand are bound together in the wall by an admixture of water. But water is an emblem of the SPIRIT. And as without cement the stones cannot...
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Naology: Or, A Treatise on the Origin, Progress, and Symbolical Import of ...

John Dudley - Church architecture - 1846 - 646 pages
...no stability, is made of lime, sand, and water. The lime is fervent charity, which joineth itself to the sand, that is, undertakings for the temporal welfare of our brethren. The lime and sand are joined together in the wall by an admixture of water. But water is an emblem...
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The Symbolism of Churches and Church Ornaments: A Translation of the First ...

Guillaume Durand - Catholic Church - 1906 - 195 pages
...made of lime, sand, and water. ^>,-iu The lime is fervent charity, which joineth to itself the fr \ sand, that is, undertakings for the temporal welfare...lime and the sand are bound together in the wall by an admixture of water. But water is an emblem of the I u Spirit. And as without cement the stones cannot...
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The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge ..., Volume 11

Albert Hauck, Samuel Macauley Jackson, Charles Colebrook Sherman, George William Gilmore - Theology - 1911
...stability of the walls, is made of lime, sand, and water. The lime is fervent charity, which joineth to itself the sand, that is, undertakings for the...have it study to work with their hands, that they may have wherewith to benefit them. Now the lime and the sand are bound together in the wall by an admixture...
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The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge ..., Volume 11

Albert Hauck - Religion - 1911
...of the walls, is made of lime, sand, and water. The lime is fervent charity, which joineth to iteeli the sand, that is, undertakings for the temporal welfare...have it study to work with their hands, that they may have wherewith to benefit them. Now the lime and the sand are bound together in the wall by an admixture...
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The New Schaff-Herzog Encyclopedia of Religious Knowledge ..., Volume 11

Johann Jakob Herzog, Albert Hauck, Samuel Macauley Jackson, Charles Colebrook Sherman, George William Gilmore - Theology - 1911
...the infant, and the infirm; and they who have it study to work with their hands, that they may have wherewith to benefit them. Now the lime and the sand are bound together La the wall by an admixture of water. But water is an emblem of the Spirit; and as without cement the...
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Mechanisms of Character Formation: An Introduction to Psychoanalysis

William Alanson White - Psychoanalysis - 1916 - 342 pages
...stability of the walls, is made of lime, sand, and water. The lime is fervent charity, which joineth to itself the sand, that is, undertakings for the...lime and the sand are bound together in the wall by an admixture of water. But water is an emblem of the Spirit. And as without cement the stones cannot...
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How France Built Her Cathedrals: A Study in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly - Architecture, Gothic - 1921 - 611 pages
...stability of the walls, is made of lime, sand, and water. The lime is fervent charity which joineth to itself the sand — that is, undertakings for the temporal welfare of our brethren. 1 "Sur cette terre Elegante, au dessin si precis et si pur, sous cette lumiere pfee1 trante, sur ces...
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How France Built Her Cathedrals: A Study in the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries

Elizabeth Boyle O'Reilly - Architecture, Gothic - 1921 - 611 pages
...Annales du Midi, 1893, vol. 5; LG Pelissier, La Provence (Regions de la France), (Paris, L. Cerf). 400 Now the lime and the sand are bound together in the wall by an admixture of water. Water is the emblem of the Spirit. And as without cement the stones cannot cohere,...
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The American Church Monthly, Volume 10

Anglo-Catholicism - 1922
...stability of the walls, is made of lime, sand and water. The lime is fervent charity, which joineth to itself the sand, that is, undertakings for the...widow and the aged, and the infant and the infirm. * * * Now the lime and sand are bound together in the walls by an admixture of water. But water is...
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