There are talkers enough among us; I'll be one of the doers.'
The evil-doers and the doers of good bear a fatuous resemblance to each other.
The doers of the deed were material, and escaped materially.
Good deeds act and react on the doers of them; and so do evil.
He intends them also to recognise the merit of the doers of good.
Evil are doers, who play their parts badly in drama of life, iii.
From birth onwards they have continuously been doers of evil.
But what has all this to do with being hearers, and not doers, of the Word?
The doers of that deed most likely knew not what they were doing.
But there was no intimation that they, themselves, expected to be the doers.