Some people are stingy with money; others are stingy with time. Generally speaking, writers should be stingy with words, because one characteristic of good writing is conciseness.
Bearing shame and scoffing rude
In my place, condemned He stood
Sealed my pardon with His blood
Hallelujah, what a Savior!
I’ve always found this stanza particularly moving from a theological point of view and interesting in a poetic sense.
I frequently get questions from readers on the blog here and on our Facebook page. Some raise questions that I believe others might be wondering, so I plan to make it a habit to address some of them here on the blog.
Maybe you’ve seen it as an illustration of the wackiness of English:
Buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo Buffalo buffalo.
That is a grammatically correct English sentence. Now, I’m pretty good at this English grammar thing, but it took me quite a while to understand