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- verb archaic Second-person singular simple present form of
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This mercy thou leavest, that thou armest us thereupon against relapses into the sins which we have confessed.
I nearly ripped an armest off so I could beat the screen with it.
But, if unmindful of thy duties, thou neglectest them; if negligent of thine own interest, thou separatest them from those of thy great family, if thou refusest to thy subjects that happiness which thou owest them; if, heedless of thy own security, thou armest thyself against them; thou shall be like all tyrants, the slave to gloomy care, the bondman of alarm, the vassal of cruel suspicion: thou wilt become the victim to thine own folly.
_Now is the accepted time, now is the day of salvation_,  and there is _a great day of thy wrath_,  which no man shall be able to stand in; and there are evil days before, and therefore thou warnest us and armest us, _Take unto you the whole armour of God, that you may be able to stand in the evil day_. [