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    1. I realized that, God forbid, if that happens sooner rather than later, the information that I have in my head would not be left behind for my children or anyone else

    2. 1Sam: 26:11: The LORD forbid that I should stretch forth mine hand against the LORD's anointed:

    3. In fact, the prerequisite for baptism would forbid it

    4. Heaven forbid that we even start to think that what we see practiced in our Charismatic churches even slightly resembles what we see in the Book of Acts

    5. Heaven forbid that we ever consider the possibility

    6. "Heaven forbid you should

    7. ‘If you had ever been in that situation, Sarah – and God forbid that you should be - you’d understand

    8. therefore Christ the minister of sin? God forbid

    9. She has a Bible and a diary that she's sending, although she told me that if I ever try to get her in court, she'll not acknowledge talking to me and forbid me to give you her number

    10. allowed to speak unless spoken to as a child, and God forbid - if I should show any

    11. Also consider the words of Jesus, “Let the children come to me and do not forbid them

    12. and do not forbid speaking in tongues (1 Corinthians 14:39)

    13. "If they had any contact with you at all," Alan told him, "I think now that the main expedition is back the captain will forbid any further contact with the surface

    14. not see how could someone to forbid the wisdom

    15. (God, forbid us by victories!) Athens of today,

    16. It is even to be found, where we should least of all expect to find it, in some old Scotch acts of Parliament, which forbid, under heavy penalties, the carrying gold or silver forth of the kingdom

    17. Adrianus had been something not unlike a godfather to him and news of his injury or gods forbid, his death, would be unspeakably difficult for him

    18. The committee are forbid to export negroes from Africa, or to import any African goods into Great Britain

    19. Rom 11:1 - 11 I say then, Hath God cast away his people? God forbid

    20. I say then, Have they stumbled that they should fall? God forbid: but rather through their fall salvation is come unto the Gentiles, for to provoke them to jealousy

    21. They absolutely forbid it

    22. Noble women did not go around kissing men of the lower classes however, they may dance with a merchant or even a lower-class civilian, though decency forbid them to cross any more lines than this

    23. We no longer live in such a system, having now gone far beyond Theodore Roosevelt, who merely said that he could do anything the Constitution did not expressly forbid

    24. Heaven forbid that we should act unilaterally, except for fiascos such as the current attacks on Libya

    25. Our own laws forbid us to do this

    26. God forbid it that anyone fail

    27. My biggest concern, however, is that these horrific events, that have recently come to light, are likely to recall arguments about married and, heaven forbid, women priests! That the feminization of the pulpit would likely follow should be reason enough to raise serious doubts among traditional practicing Catholics

    28. They currently forbid anyone with Hansen’s disease (aka, leprosy), AIDS/HIV, any venereal diseases, pulmonary tuberculosis and other infectious diseases

    29. But what if she disappeared the same way? He’d like to forbid Sarah to go anywhere near the bridge, yet he would lose her love if he tried to control her in that way

    30. The entire New England region went so far as to forbid their state militias to join the military effort

    31. Now, its cast shadow seemed to forbid entry while the hedges at either side of the lane, appeared to lash out with their thorns

    32. 23 Moreover as for me, God forbid that I should sin against the Lord in ceasing to pray for you, but I will teach you the good and the

    33. 2 And he said to him, God forbid; you shall not die, note, my father will do nothing either great or small, but that he will show it me,

    34. 6 And he said to his men, The Lord forbid that I should do this thing to my master, the Lord's anointed, to stretch out mine hand

    35. 11 The Lord forbid that I should stretch out mine hand against the Lord's anointed, but, I pray you, take you now the spear that is at

    36. Leftist attempt to have open Gays in the military by removing regulations which forbid it

    37. 3 And Naboth said to Ahab, The Lord forbid it me, that I should give the inheritance of my fathers to you

    38. My God forbid it me, that I should do this thing, shall I drink the blood of these men that have put their lives in jeopardy? for with the

    39. 5 God forbid that I should justify you, till I die I will not remove mine integrity from me

    40. follow the strange laws of the land, 45 And forbid burnt offerings, and sacrifice, and drink offerings, in the temple; and that they

    41. 21 God forbid that we should forsake the law and the ordinances

    42. carried away by their old arrogance, as to forbid us the entrance; while we, out of our forbearance toward all men, refrained from

    43. “Reason and experience,” he said, “both forbid us to expect that national morality can prevail in exclusion of religious principles

    44. God forbid! However, as I have already pointed, modern speakers have recently

    45. come and forbid you to talk on their behalf

    46. waking hours that is “productive” (Heaven forbid we ever just sit quietly

    47. or heaven forbid, got a hold of one of my report cards

    48. “Heaven forbid, you still haven’t told me where we’re going

    49. 15 God forbid that our brother Benjamin or any of the seed of Abraham should do this thing to steal from you, or from any one else, whether king, prince, or any man

    50. 7 And they said to him, therefore says my lord these words? God forbid that your servants should do according to this thing:

    1. For a brief moment I thought that we were all saved, that government forces had smashed into the apartment and would, in a few seconds, lead us hostages out through tear gas and back into the wintery sun of cold and forbidding England

    2. He cocked his head, listening for the tell tale whistle of slipstream and the dark, forbidding rumble of eighteen inch rims, and then smiled

    3. The warehouse in question formed part of a complex of buildings set inside a forbidding stone wall a considerable amount taller than Kara; she presented herself at the gatehouse, offering the authority Berndt had supplied

    4. I was alone, all except for one sun-worshipper and a polite little sign on a wall at the beach that told me, The Nudism Is Forbidding

    5. You should not take that passage as forbidding you to make love to your wife

    6. You see I don't take that passage as forbidding me, but more like it is excusing me

    7. forbidding exteriors and enter the old part of town that

    8. trudged beneath the forbidding walls of yet another

    9. a forbidding aspect as it lay brooding beneath the rough

    10. The king had been furious, forbidding her ever to come into his presence again, or set foot in the palace

    11. Before him the mock-Roman pillars, grandiose and slightly forbidding

    12. The look was so forbidding I couldn"t have touched him even had I wished

    13. As I glanced at the storm I wondered, since the sand was so white, why did this spiraling phenomena appear so inky? I looked back as the forbidding storm moved nearer

    14. I didn’t blame him a bit for she was a very forbidding woman but I could sense underneath that she was also warm and caring

    15. passed the splendid, forbidding houses on the avenue, in the green that

    16. Black workers from the Limon fields were prevented from following their jobs by a racial protection law forbidding them to enter the interior of the country, leaving thousands unemployed

    17. He was FORBIDDING her to go on a date with someone? As they approached the elevator, several people turned to look, thinking they made a handsome couple

    18. the forbidding mathematics that has become the language of science

    19. She had a rather stern, forbidding look, but she was in reality very jolly, with a hearty, gurgling laugh and a deep, mellow, pleasant voice with a suggestion of masculinity about it

    20. Michpili was a grizzled, old veteran who had kept to himself during the trip here and whose forbidding aspect caused the rest of us to give him wide berth

    21. Ÿ Regulations forbidding witches and mediums

    22. Outside the gates there was a forbidding calm

    23. He didn’t dare speak to the forbidding An Huang

    24. 4, 5 The first voice blesses the Lord of Spirits forever and ever; And the second voice I heard blessing the Elect One and the elect ones, who hang onto the Lord of Spirits; And the third voice I heard pray and intercede for those who dwell on the Earth and supplicate in the name of the Lord of Spirits; And I heard the fourth voice fending off the satans and forbidding them to come before the Lord of Spirits to accuse those who dwell on the Earth

    25. This violated civil and criminal statutes forbidding retired regular navy officers (Erb had been a CAPT and tin can commander) from selling to SEA 02 for at least two years following their retirement

    26. Esparza was a chronic problem because of not obeying rules forbidding entering into "informal commitments

    27. 4 5 The first voice blesses the Lord of Spirits forever and ever; And the second voice I heard blessing the Elect One and the elect ones who hang onto the Lord of Spirits; And the third voice I heard pray and intercede for those who dwell on the Earth and supplicate in the name of the Lord of Spirits; And I heard the fourth voice fending off the satans and forbidding them to come before the Lord of Spirits to accuse those who dwell on the Earth

    28. In both cases, the reasons for requiring certain social behaviors and forbidding others will have to be explained on the basis of a theory that is far more intellectually respectable than the real reason for the rules

    29. Yes, laws regarding animals and their care and forbidding animal

    30. I had saved his life in the war of the segregation in his distant youth, and after a long life as a simple farmer, he chose a place with a beautiful view atop a peak deep in a remote and forbidding range to build his tribute out of personal gratitude

    31. No horse can come over that hill, and the hills to the south are just as forbidding, as we saw when we came through them on our way here

    32. As the sun began to set, and the great rocks to take on a more forbidding aspect, the boy’s small fingers slipped into Simon’s and clung to him as they walked

    33. can come over that hill, and the hills to the south are just as forbidding, as we saw when we

    34. And he had a very sour look so that I was afraid of him so forbidding was his aspect

    35. She made him say it before every meal despite Aaron’s forbidding any forms of religious expression in their home

    36. “I remind you that this is one of the most isolated and private locations on this world! Those dragons up there are the only people within hundreds of miles of forbidding territory, and they could not care less what two humanoids do in this regard, even if they were willing to tear their attentions away from their project, which they would not!

    37. He hesitated, and she prompted him in a rather forbidding tone

    38. 2 By the beginning of this year Jesus had fully won his mother to the acceptance of his methods of child training -- the positive injunction to do good in the place of the older Jewish method of forbidding to do evil

    39. He refrained from placing emphasis on evil by forbidding it, while he exalted the good by commanding its performance

    40. He came from a race of hillmen, accustomed to scaling forbidding crags, and he was a man of unusual strength and agility

    41. But before the soldiers could come to the defense of the high priest's servant, Jesus raised a forbidding hand to Peter and, speaking sternly, said: "Peter, put up your sword

    42. boat, and into the darkness of a forbidding forest

    43. In 1991, the Government of Korea passed a law forbidding

    44. Although forbidding to most newcomers, the program

    45. issued a memo forbidding all staff to stand anywhere near him, or wherever the

    46. forbidding him to reap his harvest

    47. Al’lah, the Almighty, is Great in His Compassion and Love for this man, and His ordering or forbidding aims but the absolute goodness for this man beloved and honored at Him

    48. * A man may ask: you have perfectly explained the reason of forbidding the meat of strangled animals and those beaten to death, the meat of swine and the carcass over which the Name of Al’lah had not been pronounced

    49. So, if the matter had been as mentioned in the claim, the verses would not have been stated in such a form and God would have ordered us to pronounce the Name of Al’lah over what we eat, consequently, there would be no need for this forbidding

    50. But the forbidding proclamation was even to extend

    1. "I may not be an expert on the ways of this planet, but I already know that no one forces you to have more than you want and no one forbids you to have whatever you can pay for

    2. “We cannot tell you, the Spirit of the Valley forbids it

    3. Unfortunately since the Temporal Directive forbids any CC federation fleet from observing from within their solar system, the details of how this led to a full scale nuclear war remain unclear

    4. Space forbids the horrible details of the trip, which was cut short in Matanzas by an impromptu brawl with a Spanish colonel

    5. On the other hand, Islam forbids cremation in the strongest possible form

    6. their age bracket, the association forbids that they are classified as DMAS

    7. 10, which forbids the yoking of an ox with an ass (donkey)

    8. Deuteronomy 22: 10, which forbids the yoking of an ox with an ass (donkey)

    9. profane things, which the law forbids

    10. from the year 1913 and forbids the cruel treatment of animals in general

    11. 189 forbids the processing or trade with dog fur or cat's fur

    12. 5 The altar also was filled with profane things which the law forbids

    13. Have you ever considered that you are losing your sight for a greater purpose? I say that Most Merciful God has permitted you to be afflicted in this way so that you may gaze with the "eyes of the spirit" on those things which God loves and commands, while seeing less of the things God hates and forbids

    14. The Air Kingdom forbids it

    15. “I read in a book about Islam that Allah forbids all alcohol

    16. But not long after I received Baptism, I was informed that Christianity forbids masturbation

    17. God forbids that too of course

    18. The mother might say some words of condolence to her perverted offspring, but she has a brain implant that forbids her from speaking unless spoken to

    19. Prayerful worship shuns evil and forbids sin

    20. While eBay forbids linking out to other sites in your auctions,

    21. that forbids sleep; i lean out the window,

    22. The Dog and Cat Protection Act of 2000 forbids bringing in,

    23. She said, “My mother always told me that ass-kissing was something she forbids me to do, because in the end it never saved her life

    24. Unfortunately, there is still that stupid law passed by the Congress in 1942 that forbids military women from having children in their care, or from becoming pregnant, on pain of separation from the service

    25. By the way, Lady Shelton told my mother that her people forbids slavery and that slave trading is considered by them as a capital crime

    26. Don't accept what God forbids

    27. John expressly forbids us to suppose that there can be such a thing as dormant or sleeping grace

    28. They know they ought to read them, but they are afraid: � �What will people say?" There are knees that would be bent in prayer this very night, but the fear of man forbids it:�"What would my wife, my brother, my friend, my companion say, if they saw me praying?" Alas, what wretched slavery this is, and yet how common! "I feared the people," said Saul to Samuel: and so he transgressed the commandment of the Lord (1 Sam

    29. “Nobody forbids you to have all of this,” continued Sensei

    30. A political monopoly comes about through a special government grant that forbids others to engage in this business activity

    31. The Christian Church, however, forbids this thought

    32. Democracy depends on freedom of thought and discussion whereas Islamic law forbids the discussions of people having critical views

    33. Evil and good can’t mix, wars never mix with peace and criminality forbids diffusing into opposites

    34. In another surat the prophet especially forbids men to beat their wives

    35. “Have you observed that who forbids;”

    36. So is it with what the noble Prophet apprises the believers of; they are also orders, for he (cpth) bids and forbids, too

    37. ‘God forbids… God forbids that one day the Sultan might prefect be angry with you and dismiss you from the service for some particular reason… Of course, you would have to leave your position of authority and become a civilian again

    38. But he started with the words: ‘God forbids… God forbids if the Grand Vizier [36] were to be angry with you… ’

    39. ((Have you seen the one who forbids))

    40. sign, which is a kind of voice, first began to come to me when I was a child; it always forbids but

    41. I included how a past Pope deleted the Second Commandment that forbids

    42. and this makes a dose of freedom possible – while the program which forbids it, is not

    43. government, with one law that forbids the expression of religious opinion

    44. I noticed on several occasions however, that he forbids some of our local soup delicacies: okro, onugbu and egusi soup

    45. “I guess we have an instinct that forbids it

    46. The law forbids any dubious or unsporting methods, and these regulations have been devised by local people, who know all the problems, and their solutions, that can crop up here

    47. They come to Egypt and Beirut for the nightclubs, women and mainly to consume alcohol, which their religion forbids and is unavailable in their country

    48. The evil ancient custom of arranged marriages: has been one way of how human civilization destroys love and forbids young people to fall in love with each other, and tries to turn the positive good of love into a forbidden taboo

    49. "� Training forbids the assumption that unseen sides share the same color

    50. The Law forbids going more than a Sabbath day

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