Oraciones con la palabra "perish"

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1. It is life or perish.
2. Many will perish in fear.
3. Now they have to perish.
4. All of the wicked will perish.
5. Perish must be changed to live.
6. Perish man! How thankless he is!.
7. Perish by it scion of Bhuloka!.

8. He thought that you would perish here.
9. All things perish, except His presence.
10. The earth and the heaven shall perish.
11. VERSUS-death, perish, destroy, lost, end.
12. That is why their bodies will not perish.
13. Saul and his sons perish on the same day.
14. This is never true of the lost who perish.
15. God is Not Willing that Any Should Perish.
16. Some will live forever, others will perish.
17. Eventually, they are overthrown and perish.
18. A child can escape where a man will perish.
20. If they perish in hell, how did Christ’s.
21. Without the resurrection, we perish forever.
22. No, you do not have to perish from the Earth.
23. God does not want anyone to be lost or perish.
24. For God is not willing that men perish in sin.
25. If we stay here, I fear that we'll all perish.
26. Kiss the Son, lest he be angry, and ye perish.
27. He said, I do not think this will ever perish.
28. But there shall not an hair of your head perish.
29. In that which can't perish, myself I should find.
30. And where there is no vision, the people perish.
31. At the blast (nshahmuh) of his anger they perish.
32. Plato says it shal not perish and is incorruptible.
33. The Heavens and Earth "shall perish" ; (apollumi.
34. What would happen to them, if he were to perish?
35. It is His desire that not one of us should perish.
36. They who take the sword shall perish by the sword.
37. The earth that now exists that will perish by fire.
38. The saved will never perish (apollumi) (John 10:28).
39. God inspired John to say, "should not perish" but.
40. The saved will never perish (apollumi) [John 10:28].
41. The strong would survive and the weak would perish.
42. So where is he now? Has he left us all to perish?
43. They will all be left in the dust to rot and perish.
44. But the word of a Guru is a seed that cannot perish.
45. It will happen so fast that millions will perish in.
46. And that was where he would either perish or triumph.
47. The unsaved die, perish, are destroyed, and are lost.
48. Those that perish, receive not the love of the truth.
49. And the bottles perish (apollumi) (Matthew 9:17).
50. It is translated destroy, perish, lose, lost, and die.
51. He will perish: there is no real hope, echoed Carton.
52. We shall perish with hunger, to have success in murder.
53. Those remaining Men become his Crew; the others perish.
54. And whoever believes in him, shall not perish but have.
55. Your silver perish (apollumi) with you (Acts 8:20).
56. Without the resurrection, we perish forever when we die.
57. Perish! Perish! Darkness has set and it’s here to stay.
58. That the disobedient will again perish after the judgment.
59. They give that they may live, for to withhold is to perish.
60. They are afraid that I shall perish, buried in these wilds.
61. Without men they'll perish like flies—that's what I think.
62. Is the silver being tormented WITH HIM or did both perish?
64. If perish means eternal torment then Simon’s silver would.
65. Other texts say it is death, perish, destroyed, lost, and end.
66. The earth will perish, come to an end, but Christ will remain.
67. Remember He is longsuffering and not willing for any to perish.
68. If not, let us perish, for it can make no difference to us now.
69. If any other were to touch it, they would perish within the hour.
70. HEAVENS are the works of your hands: THEY SHALL PERISH; BUT YOU.
71. And when he did, Hadaen Maruj would watch her perish at his hand.
72. Eight times he [Paul] speaks of the wicked as destined to perish.
73. Otherwise, as in our case you would more quickly perish or go mad.
74. Peter told Simon that both (1) he and (2) his silver would perish.
75. If it continues to cloud over, then we will all ultimately perish.
76. I perish because of the resolve of _ces dames_ not to have a fire.
77. So this atomic center too would perish without spoiling atmosphere.
78. The understanding is to live or perish not to learn and share.
79. Is the silver being tormented with the person, or did both perish?
80. For we are assured positively that the unsaved shall perish, utterly.
81. He that leaves it will find that he must return, or perish of thirst.
82. You wilt visit and destroy them, and make all their memory to perish.
83. What I do not wish, madame, is that you should perish on the scaffold.
84. Confused and misled from the path of Self-realization, they then perish.
85. We too keenly realize what the plain and natural sense of perish means.
86. Lastly, an embryo may be developed, and then perish at an early period.
87. But many believe it dependent on his will if they perish, or die.
88. And what cursed Christianity it is that makes people suffer and perish.
89. Apollumi is translated destroy, destroyed, perish, lose, lost, and die.
90. That whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have eternal life.
91. It would be better for everyone here to perish than to give into the ern.
92. Let us then repent with our whole heart that no one of us may perish amiss.
93. John 3:16 apolia-perish should not perish, (apolia) but have eternal life.
95. That "they perish because they refused to love the truth and so be saved".
96. Earth, even they shall perish from the Earth, and from under these heavens.
97. And thousands, tens of thousands, perish annually in one manner or another.
98. The bread shall come to nothing; the body is immortal and shall not perish.
99. Alas for Boromir the brave! The young perish and the old linger, withering.
100. Brown: "Except you repent, your sins shall all likewise perish" (Luke xiii.
1. And duty in his service perishing.
2. October chestnuts showered their perishing gold.
3. That they "are perishing" – 2 Thessalonians 2:10.
4. Denniston in his work on The Perishing Soul † (pp.
5. We trudge through a crumbling city and a perishing planet.
6. In modern terms, this perishing would be caused by their.
7. They did not talk of the thoughts being transferred, but perishing.
8. Christian's fears of perishing might be read in his very countenance.
9. That the gospel is "veiled to those who are perishing" – 2Corinthians 4:3.
10. And the perishing will result the same as it did to both good and bad in death.
11. This man, Vereshchágin, is the scoundrel by whose doing Moscow is perishing.
12. And that the perishing of thoughts must change its name to transfer of thoughts.
13. For the process by which such terms as death, perishing, destruction are made to stand.
14. For it is no small reward to turn back a wandering and perishing soul for its salvation.
15. Easier is the perishing of heaven and Earth than the passing away of one point of the law.
16. Paul did teach the utter destruction or perishing, or death, or extermination of ungodly men.
17. It proves that death is a real perishing of men, because both good and bad bow under it reign.
18. The "might" was even a chillier horror than the ghostly laughter, it so confessed a perishing hope.
19. When it is the body that perishes, as in Mark 4:38 Teacher, do you not care that we are perishing.
20. There was not an urchin in school but was perishing to have a glimpse of it, but the chance never came.
21. So, no triumph will be achieved in the following war, yet, there shall be universal and final perishing.
22. He says: but we don't lose heart! Even though the outward man is perishing, the inward man is renewed day by day.
23. Nearly all the pipes had had to be replaced from either having blown off the walls, or the rubber lining perishing.
24. When seeing a dying animal a man feels a sense of horror: substance similar to his own is perishing before his eyes.
25. For the message of the cross is foolishness to those who are perishing, but to us being saved it is the power of God.
26. To this the sentry replied: "If I could only meet the perishing blighter wot invented them I'd very soon show——".
27. Yes, it is not the will of the Father that they should perish, and here they are perishing by hundreds and thousands.
28. So he comes up to the old man like this, and falls down at his feet! ‘You are perishing because of me, Daddy,’ he says.
29. The cry has been, 'The heathen are perishing; shall we let them perish?’—a cry formed on a general, but not a universal truth.
30. Describing the details of the perishing of the Allison family, the rescued nurse said they were all in bed when the Titanic hit the berg.
31. Thus also did Christ desire to save the things which were perishing and has saved many by coming and calling us when hastening to destruction.
32. His position is that the perishing of the wicked is eternal torment, and that wherever they perish they still exist—even in a hopeful condition.
33. It was a force of nature, a universal truth: eating away as much as it can and then perishing of its own accord, accepting its inevitable fate to end.
34. The statement is reiterated in every possible form that His work on earth is to give life, everlasting life, to prevent men from dying, from perishing.
35. I ask what thoughts had perished? Not the thoughts of the flesh, it does no thinking, and there could be no perishing of thoughts in that which has none.
36. They saw death the end of man, and they pointed it out as such, including his thoughts perishing in death, which means the dissolution of all his faculties.
37. After mulling over my question for several seconds, the Administrator replies, We are allowed to answer your question, for civilisation and life are perishing.
38. Men literally fighting with each other for the privilege of working for their bread, and little children crying with hunger and cold and slowly perishing of want.
39. If he was indifferent to the thousands of ordinary people perishing before his eyes, it would hurt him to know that his mission had been such a spectacular failure.
40. It is the final desperate act of a perishing State that is losing its grip on its subjects, a State that is clueless about how to foster a free and healthy society.
41. Your right George they are getting perishing cheeky mind you it’s all the stiffs and empty bully cans and other shit lying around, and we all nodded our agreement.
42. He was told that he would perish, but was not told that the perishing would be on the day that he was being told; he did not perish unto sometime after the day he was told.
43. It moved his heart to see so many myriads perishing for lack of knowledge, without God, without Christ, having no hope, travelling in the broad road which leadeth to destruction.
44. Her mother, that gentle, tender creature, made beautiful by the light which shone from the inner to the outer as she approached the tomb,—her mother was perishing from day to day.
45. The argument for the figurative interpretation of Death, Destruction, and Perishing, derived from these supposed decisive expressions in the New Testament, will be examined afterwards.
46. At Austerlitz he remained last at the Augezd dam, rallying the regiments, saving what was possible when all were flying and perishing and not a single general was left in the rear guard.
47. Instead of perishing forever, as any created being must have done, had He paid with his own life the penalty of disobedience, the great Redeemer is Himself the first fruits from the dead.
48. For the process by which such terms as death, perishing, destruction are made to stand for the idea of endless misery, is one so remarkable as to arrest attention and demand instant inquiry.
49. Paul did teach the utter DESTRUCTION or PERISHING, or DEATH, or EXTERMINATION of ungodly men…No stronger expressions can be found in Greek or English, to denote the utter extirpation of the ungodly.
50. David spoke of the perishing of thoughts in death, which is virtually denied by the antidestructionists, who are forced to concede by their interpretation of scripture only a transference of the thought.
51. He dare not say it has reference to their spirits, for he holds that this perishing means torment to the lost, and he would not have the temerity to say perish meant torment to the wicked and joy to the saint.
52. Life, death,—living forever, perishing, the ideas conveyed by these and similar words are likely to be their true sense, unless overruled by the connection, or by the general tenor of the book in which they appear.
53. The 'punishment’ of whatever nature is 'eternal, ’ the destruction is 'everlasting, ’ the perishing is 'forever, ’ the 'judgment’ is 'eternal,’ the blackness of darkness is for eternity (eijv to54. In this unconscious prophecy of Caiaphas the literal death or perishing of one person is placed in opposition to the impending death or perishing of the whole nation: in accordance with Christ's own statement, Luke ix.
55. The French invaders, like an infuriated animal that has in its onslaught received a mortal wound, felt that they were perishing, but could not stop, any more than the Russian army, weaker by one half, could help swerving.
56. I am suffering, I am perishing — save me! The slanderer, the intriguer, notorious for the immorality of his tendencies, has entangled me in his snares and I am undone! I am lost! But he is abhorrent to me, while you!.
57. In none of these cases would any one contend that the words death, perishing, or destruction stand for a state of sin or misery, but the condition of a man who is on the brink of death, or in danger of physical destruction.
58. He saw souls perishing; he felt that life was short, and time passing away; he had confidence in the power of his Master's message to meet every man's soul; he had received mercy himself, and knew not how to hold his peace.
59. Surely no valid objection can be raised against such teaching, on the ground that it 'gives us a few godlike lofty forms’ of Brahmins, amidst 'innumerable creatures who look like them, speak like them, but are perishing pariahs.
60. I see Barsad, and Cly, Defarge, The Vengeance, the Juryman, the Judge, long ranks of the new oppressors who have risen on the destruction of the old, perishing by this retributive instrument, before it shall cease out of its present use.
61. Therefore the conscience of a man of our circle, though he may have but a small remainder of it in his breast, cannot be stifled, and poisons all these comforts and charms of life which our suffering and perishing brethren procure for us.
62. Now, had Tashtego perished in that head, it had been a very precious perishing; smothered in the very whitest and daintiest of fragrant spermaceti; coffined, hearsed, and tombed in the secret inner chamber and sanctum sanctorum of the whale.
63. From the time he received this news to the end of the campaign all Kutuzov’s activity was directed toward restraining his troops, by authority, by guile, and by entreaty, from useless attacks, maneuvers, or encounters with the perishing enemy.
64. From the time he received this news to the end of the campaign all Kutúzov’s activity was directed toward restraining his troops, by authority, by guile, and by entreaty, from useless attacks, maneuvers, or encounters with the perishing enemy.
65. And, therefore, the conscience of a man of our circle, if even a spark of it be left in him, cannot be lulled to sleep, and it poisons all these comforts and those pleasures of life which our brethren, suffering and perishing in their toil, procure for us.
66. That we should give them food whereby to preserve their lives from perishing and bring them home, which we conceive wee ought to enjoy having paid soe well for them in regard our provisions they had would have bought above 4000 beavors as is before expressed.
67. They want the body that perishes to be dead, but a soul that perishes to be alive Most admit it is actual death when it refers to the earthly body being destroyed or perishing, but say it means to preserve alive forever when it refers to a "soul" being destroyed or perishing.
68. Now, he thought, since all these most easily perishing things have slipped from me again, now I'm standing here under the sun again just as I have been standing here a little child, nothing is mine, I have no abilities, there is nothing I could bring about, I have learned nothing.
69. Alas! what a mass of poor wretches there was upon that road, perishing of sheer exhaustion, yet still struggling to ward off the approach of death! Some cried ‘Farewell’ to their brethren and comrades, some with their last breath murmured the names of their mothers and their homes.
70. Wild as my inward hurry was, and wonderful the force of the pictures that rushed by me instead of thoughts, I could yet clearly understand that, unless he had resolved that I was within a few moments of surely perishing out of all human knowledge, he would never have told me what he had told.
71. For it appears to be as irrational to declare that those persons shall perish and be destroyed, who are in fact to be kept alive evermore in suffering, as it would be to say of a man laboring under a distemper, which was certain not to be fatal and mortal, that he was dying or perishing in it.
72. The possibility of perishing in our reckless undertaking was the least of my worries; my heart was pounding at the thought that our plans might be discovered before we had left the Nautilus, at the thought of being hauled in front of Captain Nemo and finding him angered, or worse, saddened by my deserting him.
73. That the word ajpw>leia usually translated perishing and perdition, does really signify the literal death of the wicked, will appear to the reader who remarks how currently it and its derivatives are employed in the New Testament, in cases where modern theologians would hesitate to employ its modern representative.
74. Indeed, perishing has become as a mercy for him whose quality is such, because if he remains alive, he will cause more damage to himself and to the others, therefore, and out of God's mercy toward them, He overtakes them suddenly and strictly lest they commit more sins, and consequently, deserve more tormenting in the hell.
75. When it is the body that perishes, as in Mark 4:38 "Teacher, do you not care that we are perishing (apollumi)," even those who say to perish does not mean to die when it is speaking of a soul must admit that when the same word is applied to the body of a person or to a tree, it means the person and the tree unquestionably dies.
76. Still more senseless would have been the wish to capture army corps of the French, when our own army had melted away to half before reaching Krasnoe and a whole division would have been needed to convoy the corps of prisoners, and when our men were not always getting full rations and the prisoners already taken were perishing of hunger.
77. The penalty of the Law is DEATH—death inflicted in various modes, sometimes with 'greater plagues, and of long continuance,’ preceding it, sometimes with less,—but the characteristic curse of the law is always capital punishment,—loss of life, excision or cutting off, utter destruction, perishing, being blotted out from under heaven.
78. And the soul is like the eye: when resting upon that on which truth and being shine, the soul perceives and understands, and is radiant with intelligence; but when turned towards the twilight of becoming and perishing, then she has opinion only, and goes blinking about, and is first of one opinion and then of another, and seems to have no intelligence?
79. But, granting for the sake of argument that Nichol and the scriptures indisputable declare the good and bad both perish, and I grant it as a necessity, and that the perishing of both good and bad results the same to each, how will Nichols get the saints to Heaven and the sinner to Hell, guided by his own definition of perish? He has left us in the dark again.
80. It is a deception—I do not say deliberately imposed—but imposed nevertheless upon the hearers by methods altogether impotent, that in the human organism is a something which must unconditionally abide forever, as a self-acting ego, when these pious teacher inspired of God are talking of death as a perishing of thoughts, and going where the beast goes.
81. But modern, educated men, who do not labour with their hands, and who acknowledge the equality of all men, cannot explain why they and their children (for education is only by money; that is, by power) should be those lucky persons called to an easy, idle life, out of those millions who by hundreds and thousands are perishing to make it possible for them to be educated.
82. FALLEN ASLEEP IN CHRIST HAVE PERISHED" THEY HAD PERISHED (depicting a process that had pass before Paul wrote this, not "an on going process" They had perished - died before he wrote, not were perishing - dyeing at the time he wrote) [1 Corinthians 15:18]; he was speaking of some that had died, past tense, but still would be raised with a spiritual body at the coming of Christ.
83. By the words, "came not to be ministered unto but to minister," Jesus established a method which would insure the material existence of man; and by the words, "the laborer is worthy of his food," he answered once for all the objection that a man who should practise the doctrine of Jesus in the midst of those who do not practise it would be in danger of perishing from hunger and cold.
84. Many other victims have perished and are perishing for the public good’- and he began thinking of his social duties to his family and to the city entrusted to him, and of himself- not himself as Theodore Vasilyevich Rostopchin (he fancied that Theodore Vasilyevich Rostopchin was sacrificing himself for the public good) but himself as governor, the representative of authority and of the Tsar.
85. The Spada family was one of the oldest and most powerful families of the fifteenth century; and in those times, when other opportunities for investment were wanting, such accumulations of gold and jewels were by no means rare; there are at this day Roman families perishing of hunger, though possessed of nearly a million in diamonds and jewels, handed down by entail, and which they cannot touch.
86. Many other victims have perished and are perishing for the public good—and he began thinking of his social duties to his family and to the city entrusted to him, and of himself—not himself as Theodore Vasílyevich Rostopchín (he fancied that Theodore Vasílyevich Rostopchín was sacrificing himself for the public good) but himself as governor, the representative of authority and of the Tsar.
87. Hence when we find that hybrids produced by a cross between two distinct species are few in number, owing to their perishing soon after conception or at a very early age, or if surviving that they are rendered more or less sterile, it seems highly probable that this result is due to their having been in fact subjected to a great change in their conditions of life, from being compounded of two distinct organisations.
88. And as for being all brethren, whilst most of these were arrayed in broadcloth and fine linen and fared sumptuously every day, they knew that all around them thousands of those they hypocritically called their `brethren', men, women and little children, were slowly perishing of hunger and cold; and we have already seen how much brotherhood existed between Sweater and Rushton and the miserable, half-starved wretches in their employment.
89. Unless a reader had been warned beforehand that every man's soul, being destined by its nature to last forever, and not to die—(being immortal)—he must therefore not put upon the terms of Christ’s discourses any meaning which will contradict that doctrine of natural immortality,—he would not have dreamed of imposing a figurative sense upon them, or of making life eternal stand for happiness, or perishing stand for endless misery.
90. To be sure, in cold weather you may carry your house aloft with you, in the shape of a watch-coat; but properly speaking the thickest watch-coat is no more of a house than the unclad body; for as the soul is glued inside of its fleshy tabernacle, and cannot freely move about in it, nor even move out of it, without running great risk of perishing (like an ignorant pilgrim crossing the snowy Alps in winter); so a watch-coat is not so much of a house as it is a mere envelope, or additional skin encasing you.
91. Whatever Bubble State you might sell your allegiance to in exchange for employment, healthcare, a place to live that is better than perishing in the anarchic wilds of daily failing GovCorp nations, whose hijacked purpose has been merely to protect and increase the fortunes of the wealthy until they finish manufacturing their island nations populated by replications of themselves, it does not matter, your end is the same – UR being gamed; it does~ anti-matter, our end is the same – Wii R being controlled.
92. If there were no men to obey the will of others and to execute commands to torture and murder, no one would ever dare to defend the declaration so confidently made by landowners and men of leisure; namely, that the land lying on all sides of the unfortunate peasants, who are perishing for the want of it, is the property of the man who does not till it, and that reserves of grain, fraudulently obtained, are to be held intact amidst a famine-stricken and dying population, because the merchant must have his profit.
93. Baldwin Brown says,—'In place of a great human family of sorrow, struggle, and aspiration, amidst which, as the brother of the poorest and the saddest, the Savior moved, they give us a few godlike, lofty forms,—or say that they give us, men complain that they cannot see them,—endowed with a nature that cannot perish, and like unto the angels, moving about as the Brahmins of creation, amidst innumerable creatures who look like them, speak like them, love like them, but are perishing pariahs born from the dust.
94. The large majority of divines, holding to man's immortality, have felt themselves compelled to assert, since the days of the Pharisees and early Greek Christianity, that the threatenings of death and destruction, of perishing and extermination (karat ), stand for the endless misery of souls that cannot die—and with respect to the declarations of Scripture that Christ came to give eternal life, that these stand for the idea, that He came to give 'spiritual life’—holiness and divine happiness—to souls already immortal.
95. He would have to once more have James and Marianne Kane in his power – also Rory Hamilton and his old bag of a mother – then he could manipulate the unwilling players with ease!… then he would again have control of the game! So he would kidnap James and Marianne first of all!…The Kanes and Hamiltons would all be included in the magnificent finale - perishing in the Stadium explosion! – his last performance in the final chapter of the SA Drug Extravaganza!…before he and Jenni gracefully bowed out…to take up their next role as happy retirees, in a country of their choice!.
96. And this will go on in July also, when the peasants, without obtaining sufficient sleep, reap the oats by night, lest it should fall, and the women rise gloomily to thresh out the straw for the bands to tie the sheaves; when this old woman, already utterly cramped by the labor of mowing, and the woman with child, and the young children, injure themselves overworking and over-drinking; and when neither hands, nor horses, nor carts will suffice to bring to the ricks that grain with which all men are nourished, and millions of poods [165] of which are daily required in Russia to keep people from perishing.
97. For the words used by Moses to denote, as is conceded, 'temporal’ destruction of life, are the fiery words used by the Apostles of Christ to denote the penalties of Gehenna; they employ the same terms death, destruction, perishing, utterly perishing, consumption, in their Greek equivalents, which Moses employs in the Hebrew of the law; and it is surely to make a large demand upon men to ask them to believe that such terms under one dispensation signify all that can be even imagined of utter and complete extermination; and, under the other, all that can be imagined of indestructible being, and endless misery.
98. As also for ye spoile and perishing of the said Beavers and loosing of the market for the same, the said Generall de Caen declaring moreover to have given, and doth give by theis presentes full power and authority to James Roynard837, Sieur d'Espinez his Attorney, to cause the said Beavers to be delivered unto ye Factor of the said Generall de Caen here, who hath the monyes for to pay for ye said Beaveres upon the delivery of the said Beaveres: In Witnes whereof, the said Generall 11/1423hath herunto set his hand and seale in London, in ye presence of Salomon de Quieuremont and Peter James, Witnesses hereunto required.
99. How can we help accepting such a fine theory! We need only look at human society merely as something to be observed, and we may quietly devour the labour of perishing men, calming ourselves with the idea that our activity as a dancing-master, a lawyer, a doctor, a philosopher, an actor, an investigator of the theory of mediumism and of forms of atoms, and so on, is a functional activity of the organism of mankind and therefore there can be no question whether it is just that I should continue to live doing only what is pleasant, just as there can be no question whether the division of labour between a mental and a muscular cell is fair or not.
100. For men were created exactly like the angels to the intent that they should continue pure and righteous and death which destroys everything could not have taken hold of them but through this their knowledge they are perishing and through this power it is consuming me; And the fifth was named K'sdeje: this is he who showed the children of men all the wicked strikings of spirits and demons and the strikings of the embryo in the womb that it may pass away and the strikings of the soul the bites of the serpent and the strikings which befall through the noontide heat the son of the Serpent named Tabe'et; And this is the task of K'sbeel the chief of the oath which he showed to the holy ones when he dwelt high above in glory and its name is Beqe.
1. Some of them have perished.
2. But he perished many years ago.
3. I assumed he had also perished.
4. Nearly all the inmates perished.
5. We say: ‘His hand has perished.
6. They are gone "perished" forever.
7. Not Israel died and had perished.
8. Most of the reptiles had perished.
9. Many perished in that lethal rain.
10. The weapons of war have perished!.
13. Life without a body | have perished.
14. Angas perished in a hotel fire in 1972.
15. Christ have perished (1 Corinthians 15:18).
16. Indolence and idleness perished before him.
17. Unfortunately they perished not long after.
18. Their thoughts have perished [Psalms 146:4].
20. Christian perished in the siege of Jerusalem.
21. Thus perished the black dragon and his sons.
22. His human body perished when he killed Jurt.
23. All 3 of the other worms had sadly perished.
24. By necessity they remain hopelessly perished.
25. I should then have perished in mine affliction.
26. He probably thought I had perished long ago.
27. I had hoped you would have long since perished.
28. Judas who perished, was alive and being tormented.
29. Half the population of Cherry Falls had perished.
30. Thousands have perished by violence and privation.
31. But most of the people have perished just in the.
32. Christ have perished if the dead are not raised.
33. The man who had perished in under ninety seconds.
34. My first husband perished on the Redgrass Field.
35. The world before the flood "perished" (2 Peter 3:6).
36. They stayed in Europe and perished in the Holocaust.
37. Bands that lost their ability to make fire perished.
38. Some of the creatures were rescued, but many perished.
39. Fifteen hundred in the great Titanic tragedy perished.
40. Borís has perished, Vasíly Nikonórovich has recanted.
41. Five hundred people in the Iroquois Theater fire perished.
42. Skippers and their First Officers perished with their ships.
43. Where was Captain Nemo? Had he perished? Had his companions.
44. In every one, our hero was hard-pressed and nearly perished.
45. If they were in Heaven they could not have perished in any.
46. By this time those not chosen and unlucky fish had perished.
47. Some few men, and all the animals, perished in the icy blast.
48. When killers flourished and all other living things perished.
50. Then they also that are fallen asleep in Christ have perished.
53. If they were in Heaven they could not have perished in any way.
54. Lucien Smith, whose young husband perished, was another heroine.
55. They had been this way once before, and nearly perished in the.
57. It is good to see that our blood line has not perished after all.
58. And all flesh that moved on the earth perished, (died, King James.
59. And all flesh that moved on the earth PERISHED, [died, King James.
60. Galander had been beheaded, but after four had perished at his hand.
61. Scores of ships have perished on this coast -- some without a trace.
62. They have perished if there is no resurrection [1 Corinthians 15:18].
63. How had we perished DAACC that was also seen by entire world…?
64. Not one of these people had perished, or burned up, or been destroyed.
65. One after another they perished, victims of the doctrine of the world.
66. Just think of the church in history and how many perished in its name.
67. The fact that those who have fallen asleep in Christ have perished if.
68. Then, Those also who are fallen asleep in Christ are perished (v.
69. He may have broken a leg in a remote location and perished from exposure.
70. Without their help, you would have perished centuries upon centuries ago.
71. Indeed their love, their hate, and their zeal have already perished, and.
72. Gomes received the news that Vasquez had perished and sat back in his chair.
73. Israel that did not exist unto many years after the world perished by water.
74. The smell of burning human flesh was sickening as the men perished quickly.
75. Those who have fallen asleep in Christ have perished if there is no.
76. THIRTY-SEVEN THOUSAND who perished in other places, AND INNUMERABLE MULTI-.
77. Fifty people perished – one on the ground and the rest on board the plane.
78. Christ have perished, that they are not now in Heaven before the resurrection.
79. Until, when he perished, you said, God will never send a messenger after him.
80. Testament Israel that did not exist unto many years after the world perished by.
81. The twelve brides have been saved, but of the husbands all but one have perished.
82. That was how men spoke of those who had perished during the Great Spring Sickness.
83. Version]; and they perished from the midst of the assembly New American Standard.
84. HAD PERISHED (depicting a process that had pass before Paul wrote this, not an on.
85. Yes, if it were not for you she would have perished altogether, said the aunt.
86. Fifty thousand citizens perished in the Hamburg devastation; many simply vaporised.
87. His mother and all of his siblings had perished on the busy road outside the motel.
88. Eventually, the eggs were scarce and a good thing occurred: the predators perished.
89. Marian became close with Benjamin, but sadly, he died not long after John perished.
90. Death, no resurrection, therefore no life after death (have perished) when it.
91. If they had a spirit that could not die, they had not perished, and could not perish.
92. Just as those who "perished" (2 Peter 3:6) when the flood came, the lost "perished".
93. I immediately found the book about Ratio World: A Short History of the Perished Gods.
94. The French perished from the conditions to which the Russian army was itself exposed.
95. They scratched the soil and left the root exposed and the beautiful tree perished.
96. The thunder of running steeds hailed his coming, and all before him fled or perished.
97. Just as those who "perished" [2 Peter 3:6] when the flood came, the lost "perished".
98. Surely, had not such been the case, he would not have perished by so dreadful a death.
99. Lord Bracken is dying slowly on the Trident, and his eldest son perished in the spring.
100. And how many of our brothers perished there; and the French got it for nothing!.
1. Think not of that which perishes.
2. Audrey is in bed with Pierre when he perishes.
3. Do not labor for the food that Perishes, but for the.
4. The physical world changes and perishes as the eternal world is.
5. In this direction the ideal perishes in the mouth of consumption.
6. When it is the body that perishes, as in Mark 4: 38 Teacher, do you not.
7. When it is the body that perishes, as in Mark 4:38 Teacher, do you not care that we are perishing.
8. He believes that when wicked men die, God withdraws His Spirit, and the man wholly perishes till the resurrection.
9. But let a navy be raised—let the Government which expects obedience provide protection, and the constitution perishes!.
10. Robert Hall at one portion of his life, that thought is a secretion of the brain, and perishes utterly until the resurrection.
11. For we that have received the law to perish by sin, and our heart also which received it 37 Regardless the law perishes not, but.
12. What can resuscitate wheat devoured by the fly? What restore flour soured in the barrel? Our produce perishes, the subject is destroyed.
13. Is it not obvious that it there be no resurrection, there can be no future life? That it all depends upon it? Therefore, they perish as the beast perishes.
14. On the funeral pile, in shipwreck, one can be great; in the flames as in the foam, a superb attitude is possible; one there becomes transfigured as one perishes.
15. Like the declamation of the actor, the harangue of the orator, or the tune of the musician, the work of all of them perishes in the very instant of its production.
16. Now, if any one maintained that the soul, being the harmony of the elements of the body, first perishes in that which is called death, how shall we answer him?’—Jowett, p.
17. Constable) perishes at death, then he who 'kills the body’ does 'kill the soul,’ as Calvin long since pointed out, and there is no distinction between the two cases supposed.
18. Though the present form perishes, another form which is neither the same nor absolutely different takes its place, according to the potential thought-vibration generated at the death moment.
19. Whether any species, or animal, or organism survives or goes extinct, regardless of how valiantly it struggles, or fights, whether it perishes or flourishes, whether it outlasts other species or not; the dance of regeneration is a balanced dynamic.
20. On the other hand, if it had been the intention of the prophets, and apostles to teach what has been taught in these pages, that man apart from God perishes forever, it could have been taught in no other words than those which have actually been chosen.
21. Here is a good, clever, dear human being, ready for anything good, and this being for some reason is sacrificed, at first to a coarse, petty, stupid animal of a husband, and then to just such a son, and perishes aimlessly, without having given anything to the world.
22. They want the body that perishes to be dead, but a soul that perishes to be alive Most admit it is actual death when it refers to the earthly body being destroyed or perishing, but say it means to preserve alive forever when it refers to a "soul" being destroyed or perishing.
23. When it is the body that perishes, as in Mark 4:38 "Teacher, do you not care that we are perishing (apollumi)," even those who say to perish does not mean to die when it is speaking of a soul must admit that when the same word is applied to the body of a person or to a tree, it means the person and the tree unquestionably dies.
24. Like a monkey which puts its paw into the narrow neck of a jug, and having seized a handful of nuts will not open its fist for fear of losing what it holds, and therefore perishes, the French when they left Moscow had inevitably to perish because they carried their loot with them, yet to abandon what they had stolen was as impossible for them as it is for the monkey to open its paw and let go of its nuts.
25. Senor, I know not why your worship wants to attempt this so dreadful adventure; it is night now, no one sees us here, we can easily turn about and take ourselves out of danger, even if we don't drink for three days to come; and as there is no one to see us, all the less will there be anyone to set us down as cowards; besides, I have many a time heard the curate of our village, whom your worship knows well, preach that he who seeks danger perishes in it; so it is not right to tempt God by trying so tremendous a feat from which there can be no escape save by a miracle, and Heaven has performed enough of them for your worship in delivering you from being blanketed as I was, and bringing you out victorious and safe and sound from among all those enemies that were with the dead man; and if all this does not move or soften that hard heart, let this thought and reflection move it, that you will have hardly quitted this spot when from pure fear I shall yield my soul up to anyone that will take it.

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