Know then that though there may be peace between our own provinces and the French, yet within the marches of France there is always war, for the country is much divided against itself
, and is furthermore harried by bands of flayers, skinners, Brabacons, tardvenus, and the rest of them.
But any just resolution is even further off when there is war within a war -- and historical experience demonstrates that, in the words of President Lincoln: "A house divided against itself
"Borrowing the words of a statesman from an era long past: 'A house divided against itself
The house is decidedly divided against itself
and all manners are crippling in, including the mess which the gold-rich areas of Ijesaland have become.
'Jesus knew their thoughts and said to them: 'Any kingdom divided against itself
Senate, Lincoln gave his "A house divided against itself
cannot stand" speech.
"A HOUSE divided against itself
cannot stand" - Abraham Lincoln's words still ring eerily true today.
But what is more dangerous of all, is the state of internal stumbling and fragmentation that the Arab world is going through, and it is well known that "every kingdom divided against itself
will be laid waste, and every house divided against itself
Strong faith should be a bulwark against such invective, for the faithful know "Every kingdom divided against itself
is brought to desolation," as Jesus said, "and every city or house divided against itself
will not stand" (Matthew 12:22-28).
Set in a society divided against itself
, Milkman explores the insidious forms oppression can take in everyday life."
With Abraham Lincoln's echoing warning in mind- 'a house divided against itself
will not stand'- the new government must make it a point to ensure the protection of our cultural heritage, anywhere and everywhere, whether its Hunza's Altit Fort or Thatta's Historical Monuments at Makli.
The Trump administration is divided against itself
, a White House spokesperson only formally endorsing the State Department move a full two days after it had happened.
To what extent this is true is unknown, but it is clear that the GCC is a house divided against itself
1858 - Accepting Illinois Republican Party's nomination for the Senate, Abraham Lincoln says: "A house divided against itself
A house or a kingdom would not be able to endure if it is divided against itself
; it would collapse from within.