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“For we all say and confess that after his renewal and new birth a Christian should love and fear God and do all manner of good works, but not that he may be saved, for he is saved already by faith (_aber nicht darum, dass er selig werde, denn er ist schon durch den Glauben selig_).”
“Of course, as reader Jacob Wang passes along, "selig" is a German/Yiddish word meaning blessed.”
“It's remarkable but I can't believe that Commissioner selig is saying we didn't know to full extent of it.”
“The great duet for alto and tenor, from BWV 80, "Wie selig sind doch die," is as perfect as anything he ever wrote for voice.”
“Der ist selig zu begrussen Der ein treues Herze weiss!”
“He would have "a pretty cottage not far from town -- you at my side -- to work -- to live with me blissful and calm" (_selig und still_).”
“As long as my mother selig lived I wouldn't ever marry a Goy.”
“It is cognate with Ger. selig, blessed, often used in speaking of the dead.”
“Maybe he also caught the poor Czar _selig_ eating with his knife or something," Morris suggested.”
“_Ermanunge zum wahren und selig machende Erkänntnis Christi_ (1539).”
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