Meanings of "minister to"
[minister to someone/something] to help or look after people, especially those who are ill
Doctors ministered to the wounded.
"minister to" in lyrics
The producer pays, although he is not honest.
And all your talent, as if prosthetic.
On the birthday of the Minister to sing under phonogram is your achievement in life!
So destined that your confession will be worth one mention:
Hello Russian folks, I'm your Prime Minister
To improve your living standard, we took a row of effective measures.
We've been working round the clock, relentlessly,
on your every need and trouble.
Nice to see you my friend and fair winds in your sails
I would like to tell you a few words to you and I'll leave
We're out of miracles but it's your wish
Tramps and brats, that's what your childhood dreams are
 and the master of the Cretans asked him, saying:
“Lord, since you have brought us here far from our dear ones and our fatherland, —for so it seemed good to your heart,—tell us now how we shall live. That we would know of you. This land is not to be desired either for vineyards or for pastures  so that we can live well thereon and also minister to men.” Then Apollo, the son of Zeus, smiled upon them and said: “Foolish mortals and poor drudges are you, that you seek cares and hard toils and straits! Easily will I tell you a word and set it in your hearts.  Though each one of you with knife in hand should slaughter sheep continually, yet would you always have abundant store, even all that the glorious tribes of men bring here for me. But guard you my temple and receive the tribes of men that gather to this place, [539a] and especially show mortal men my will, and do you keep righteousness in your heart. [539b] But if any shall be disobedient and pay no heed to my warning,  or if there shall be any idle word or deed and outrage as is common among mortal men, then other men shall be your masters and with a strong hand shall make you subject for ever. All has been told you: do you keep it in your heart.”  And so, farewell, son of Zeus and Leto; but I will remember you and another hymn also.
The money changers have fled from their high seats in the temple of our civilization. We may now restore that temple to the ancient truths. The measure of the restoration lies in the extent to which we apply social values more noble than mere monetary profit.
Happiness lies not in the mere possession of money; it lies in the joy of achievement, in the thrill of creative effort. The joy and moral stimulation of work no longer must be forgotten in the mad chase of evanescent profits. These dark days will be worth all they cost us if they teach us that our true destiny is not to be ministered unto but to minister to ourselves and to our fellow men.
The prey has trouble getting by without papers
The sworn hunters sniff out their lairs
The minister of the hunt on immigrants
has ordered a brutal, pitiless beating
<strong>525</strong> and the master of the Cretans asked him, saying:
“Lord, since you have brought us here far from our dear ones and our fatherland, —for so it seemed good to your heart,—tell us now how we shall live. That we would know of you. This land is not to be desired either for vineyards or for pastures
<strong>530</strong> so that we can live well thereon and also minister to men.”
Then Apollo, the son of Zeus, smiled upon them and said: “Foolish mortals and poor drudges are you, that you seek cares and hard toils and straits! Easily will I tell you a word and set it in your hearts.
You have just announced the use of the
Most antidemocratic procedure of our constitution :
The article 49-3<fn>The article 49-3 of French constitution allows the government to pass a bill without the vote of the National Assembly. It can be cancelled only if in 24 hours the deputies (members of French National Assembly) bring forward a motion of censure and if this motion is voted. The French government used the 49-3 to pass the reform of labour law on May 10 2016. Two votes lacked to activate the motion of censure and to force the Prime Minister to resign</fn>to prevent the national representation from debating
And from voting against the Job Acts project<fn>This project, propounded by the "socialist" government Valls in early 2016 is about reducing the worker's right, giving more power to the richest companies. It has caused the biggest demonstrations since 1968 and a huge police repression. In August 2016 it is adopted after three uses of the 49-3 article and without any vote at the Assembly.</fn>.