Persevere is the fourth album by The Proclaimers, released in 2001. It was thirteen years after the group had a surprise hit with "I'm Gonna Be (500 Miles)", and the album did not receive the success of their previous work. The album's first single was "There's a Touch".
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... there are the decreed elect (that precise number God intends to save and who will persevere in their faith) and the covenantally elect (those who are predestined ... But in the end, they fail to persevere, and because they fall away, they go to hell ...
... and Arminianism is the question whether those who have been regenerated must necessarily persevere (or be preserved) or may apostatize and be lost.. ... of Christ, and through Christ, those who persevere, but to leave under sin and wrath those who are impenitent and unbelievers, and to condemn them as aliens ... through their own fault into shameful and atrocious deeds, to persevere and to die in them and therefore finally to fall and to perish ...
... It is also used when God commands Muslims to serve Him XIX, 66, "Serve him and persevere in his service." Sometimes sabr is associated with the salāt ... for God is with those who patiently persevere." (2153) "Be sure We shall test you with something of fear and hunger, some loss in goods, lives, and the fruits of your toil ... "But give glad tidings to those who patiently persevere ...
... The school song is Onward and Persevere, by founding principal Low Eng Kee and Dr ... Onward and Persevere Onward, onward we go No mountain too high to scale Onward, onward we row No ocean too wide to sail Persevere, persevere No obstacle shall stand in our ...
Famous quotes containing the word persevere:
“You may persevere in obscurity for ten years in your study, but the day you make a name for yourself, the whole world will acclaim you.”
“Sure I am of this, that you have only to endure to conquer. You have only to persevere to save yourselves.”
—Winston Churchill (18741965)
“Men seldom persevere in a vocation unless they believe or can convince themselves that it is fundamentally more important than any other calling. Women are the same with their lovers.”
—Friedrich Nietzsche (18441900)