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1. The Sacred and the Profane.
2. We should profane the service of the dead.
3. But I admit my thoughts verged on the profane.
4. This seemed profane, and the prioress forbade it.
5. Profane eyes must see nothing of that sacred place.
6. Th e Sacred and the Profane: the Nature of Religion /.
7. The VCO began to launch profane words and accusations at.

8. Whatever Masque Profane was, it was certainly held in seclusion.
9. The man hit the floor hard with a profane scream I didn't listen to.
10. This made him angry, and he said something profane about the church.
11. Impossible to profane a sacred and consecrated object like a bishop.
12. I heard the most repulsive and profane words ever came out of their mouths.
13. Minor Premise—There is a destruction threatened to the ungodly and profane (Bible).
14. You will not use profane language in the shell house, nor anywhere within my hearing.
15. This seems neither the time nor place for such profane thoughts about such sacred loss.
16. This was probably hallowed ground and it was wrong to build something so profane on it again.
17. I’m even saying those profane words that were never to be heard coming from a lady’s mouth.
18. The following week I was preoccupied with discovering what Masque Profane was, but Jeff was no help.
19. All of the events of Masque Profane were replayed in my dreams in a fashion so real I swore I was there again.
20. Jer 23:11 For both prophet and priest are profane; yea, in my house have I found their wickedness, saith the LORD.
21. Viewed through Mayan eyes, our behavior seems boorish, crass, and profane – utterly lacking in culture and manners.
22. Conclusion—Therefore, all the ungodly and profane that are destroyed at last may be in a hopeful condition (Nichols).
23. Governor, Almighty, give ear to us who are oppressed by a wicked and profane one, who exults in his confidence and strength.
24. The Devil of modern romance is the Mephistopheles of Faust and Festus, a mocking philosopher and grimly profane misanthrope.
25. Since his profane outburst in the direction of the applauding juror, I thought, my father had been unusually patient with Jonah.
26. This Oracle is accessible to everyone, the profane and the elite, and it grows, much like the Ether, with our thoughts and actions.
27. And the daughter of any priest, if she profane herself by playing the whore, she profaneth her father: she shall be burnt with fire.
28. There was more of it—some of it couched in eloquence that made Valeria stare, in spite of her profane education among the seafarers.
29. His erring heart, far from the truth, and his profane mouth, gave glory to idols, deaf and incapable of speaking or aiding, and uttered.
30. Lev 21:9 And the daughter of any priest, if she profane herself by playing the whore, she profaneth her father: she shall be burnt with fire.
31. Pancho, who was noted for ribaldry and profane jokes and profane language in anyone’s presence, was the picture of decorum the whole luncheon.
32. Adam Clarke: But of that day and hour, here, is translated season by many eminent critics, and is used in this sense by both sacred and profane authors.
33. If we do not have the appropriate wisdom for those moments we will not just lose life, but will also profane the eternal glory of God and mare His image.
34. What can promote innocent mirth, and I may say virtue, more than a good riddle?—it hinders profane language, and attaches a man to the society of refined females.
35. They are the high priests of the modern cult of perfected material and of mechanical appliances, and would fain forbid the profane from inquiring into its mysteries.
36. His erring heart far from the truth and his profane mouth gave glory to idols deaf and incapable of speaking or aiding and uttered unworthy speech against the Greatest God.
37. But to them whose deceit and wickedness He perceived and saw that they intended to repent hypocritically He did not grant repentance lest they should again profane His name.
38. Or have you not read in the law that the priests in the temple profane the Sabbath and yet they are blamelesse I say to you now that here is one who is greater than the temple.
39. He obviously wanted to go to Masque Profane again alone and I let him, saying I would visit my mother and help her with the trick-or-treaters that flooded her suburban neighborhood.
40. When she had told her father she would not attend the profane sermon, he had said that if she desired to be a great monarch, she needed to educate herself about what her people believed.
41. To be buried in the vault under the altar of the chapel, not to go to profane earth; to remain there in death where she prayed while living; such was the last wish of Mother Crucifixion.
42. As if long habituated to such profane talk from his old shipmate, Bildad, without noticing his present irreverence, quietly looked up, and seeing me, glanced again inquiringly towards Peleg.
43. The Jews as a nation have, from the beginning of the gospel through all following centuries until now, maintained a stout opposition to a doctrine which they believe to be as profane as baseless.
44. Just like phones can profane any sacred moment, sheepishly the visitor hastily swung her backpack around and began searching for her old world backup for her iEyes – her really smartphone.
45. The _schöne Aussicht_ was indisputable, but to choose the loveliest spot and blot its beauty with a coloured glass restaurant so close to a place full of restaurants is surely unusually profane.
46. I realized now that when I fell asleep Jeff had gone to Masque Profane, whatever that was, and perhaps he had slipped something extra into that scotch to make sure I did not wake up while he was gone.
47. Yet I desire, even by profane words, if sacred I may not use, to indicate the heaven of this deity, and to report what hints I have collected of the transcendent simplicity and energy of the Highest Law.
48. For the conviction and conversion of atheists, deists, and infidels, and of all that are out of the way of truth, and of profane scoffers, and those that disgrace Christianity by their vicious and immoral lives.
49. Two different languages were thus established in Europe, in the same manner as in ancient Egypt: a language of the priests, and a language of the people; a sacred and a profane, a learned and an unlearned language.
50. He imagined the boy he had known would be transformed into a rough, profane creature, with heartless laughter and obscene jest to catch the applause of the crowd—young in years, old in crime, a tool of gamblers and blacklegs.
51. Like him who perverts the revenues of some pious foundation to profane purposes, he pays the wages of idleness with those funds which the frugality of his forefathers had, as it were, consecrated to the maintenance of industry.
52. By the abundance of your trading you became filled with violence within, and you sinned; therefore I cast you as a profane thing out of the mountain of God; and I destroyed you, O covering cherub, from the midst of the fiery stones.
53. Circling the ever-spreading herd, with snapping whips and much profane shouting, they regrouped the menagerie up on the undisturbed portion of the road on the far side of the canal, ignoring the bawling protests put forth all the while.
54. To this vast accumulation of wisdom what more could be added? When a late Principal tried to introduce profane science, even through the medium of their own Urdu, were they not amply justified in pelting him with brick-bats and rotten mangoes.
55. Nevertheless, not three days previous, Bildad had told them that no profane songs would be allowed on board the Pequod, particularly in getting under weigh; and Charity, his sister, had placed a small choice copy of Watts in each seaman's berth.
56. Staring straight into my eyes, the child smiled a broad and wicked grin and then it appeared once more--a flawless replica of that which had haunted and tortured me for so long--the profane mask that I now knew without a doubt was the face of this monster’s father.
57. Never did mankind in general dread less the evil of sin, in the sense even of its danger, than to-day, and that notwithstanding the spirit of profane and lustful excess, which fills the world; and I attribute this chiefly to the effect of the doctrine of endless misery.
58. Her priests have violated my law, and have profaned mine holy things: they have put no difference between the holy and profane, neither have they shewed difference between the unclean and the clean, and have hid their eyes from my sabbaths, and I am profaned among them.
59. Eze 22:26 Her priests have violated my law, and have profaned mine holy things: they have put no difference between the holy and profane, neither have they shewed difference between the unclean and the clean, and have hid their eyes from my sabbaths, and I am profaned among them.
60. And so if Israel is not holy, not teaching the difference between the sacred and profane, if they are indulgent in all the things of the world, and if they have promoted all the same mentalities and attitudes the rest of the nations promote and hold to, then all the nations will be vile.
61. If only what he did to her could blot out every consequence of what she had done to him, be a full, perfect, and sufficient--no, that was profane; tiresome how one thought in the phrases of the Prayer-book and how difficult it was if one had had much to do with prayer-books not to be profane.
62. There can be no surer indication of the deep popular disbelief than this—that the habitual language of profane cursing and swearing, which nominally is derived from the orthodox doctrine of damnation, runs from the lips of the utterers without the faintest sign of faith in the reality of what they imprecate on each other’s heads.
63. Never minstrel, or by whatever more suitable name David should be known, drew upon his talents in the presence of more insensible auditors; though considering the singleness and sincerity of his motive, it is probable that no bard of profane song ever uttered notes that ascended so near to that throne where all homage and praise is due.
64. I thought about how this marvelous electric force not only gave motion, heat, and light to the Nautilus but even protected it against outside attack, transforming it into a sacred ark no profane hand could touch without being blasted; my wonderment was boundless, and it went from the submersible itself to the engineer who had created it.
65. He was, in truth, a minstrel of the western continent—of a much later day, certainly, than those gifted bards, who formerly sang the profane renown of baron and prince, but after the spirit of his own age and country; and he was now prepared to exercise the cunning of his craft, in celebration of, or rather in thanksgiving for, the recent victory.
66. Wade had shouted his fruitless commands, in the ascending cage, all the way to the surface, raging at Richards and his management, and unconvinced, in spite of a united and profane assurance, of his inability to stop the cage and go back; furious at him for having installed such a defective system, and threatening him with dismissal at the earliest possible moment.
67. He, as soon as he was baptised, began, against our wills, with more earnest affection than wisdom, to reason of Christ's religion, and began to wax so hot in his matter, that he did not only prefer our religion before all other, but also did despise and condemn all other, calling them profane, and the followers of them wicked and devilish, and the children of everlasting damnation.
68. Should the sovereign have the imprudence to appear either to deride, or doubt himself of the most trifling part of their doctrine, or from humanity, attempt to protect those who did either the one or the other, the punctilious honour of a clergy, who have no sort of dependency upon him, is immediately provoked to proscribe him as a profane person, and to employ all the terrors of religion, in order to oblige the people to transfer their allegiance to some more orthodox and obedient prince.
69. During the dark ages, when superstition and tyranny reigned over the better judgments of men, dominating every civil right of liberty, and subduing ever aspiration to advance intellectually, the gospel light was in chaotic blackness, handicapped by an intolerant mob of ungodly and profane rulers, whose highest ambition was to reduce humanity to a condition of absolute serfdom and ignorance, that they might eternally fleece them of their gold and their blood, that they themselves might revel in beastly sensuality and luxury.
70. How Jo did enjoy her `wilderness of boys', and how poor, dear Aunt March would have lamented had she been there to see the sacred precincts of prim, well-ordered Plumfield overrun with Toms, Dicks, and Harrys! There was a sort of poetic justice about it, after all, for the old lady had been the terror of the boys for miles around, and now the exiles feasted freely on forbidden plums, kicked up the gravel with profane boots unreproved, and played cricket in the big field where the irritablècow with a crumpled horn' used to invite rash youths to come and be tossed.
71. I am speaking, as before, of injustice on a large scale in which the advantage of the unjust is most apparent; and my meaning will be most clearly seen if we turn to that highest form of injustice in which the criminal is the happiest of men, and the sufferers or those who refuse to do injustice are the most miserable--that is to say tyranny, which by fraud and force takes away the property of others, not little by little but wholesale; comprehending in one, things sacred as well as profane, private and public; for which acts of wrong, if he were detected perpetrating any one of them singly, he would be punished and incur great disgrace--they who do such wrong in particular cases are called robbers of temples, and man-stealers and burglars and swindlers and thieves.
72. Thus was 'that Wicked One revealed, the Son of Perdition,’ who is characterised, in the prophecies, by his intelligence, audacity, and political power in connection with the Roman Empire; by his blasphemies against Supreme Goodness, Holiness, and Authority; by his long persecutions against 'the saints of the Most High;’ by his bold alteration of Divine Institutions; by his assumption of the right to legislate in opposition to the distinct decrees of the Deity; by his profane reception of honours due to Heaven alone, as he 'sitteth in the temple of God;’ by his disregard of the gods of his Pagan forefathers, and of the conjugal instincts of humanity; by his boundless self-exaltation, yet voluntary humility in the worshipping of angels,’ and 'honouring of a foreign deity,’ with the magnificence of a 'gay religion full of pomp and gold.
73. What must it be, for example, for an indevout scientific man to pass into a condition where atheism is no more possible; because the Divine Wisdom,—no longer beheld at a distance in the order of revolving planets, in the laws of sidereal motion, in the arrangements of far-off universes, in that remoter magnificence which shrouded it from view while he inhabited the body,—has now come near as the Ruling Authority, and closely encompasses the soul, and pierces its secret darkness through, in one calm, intolerable blaze of the Excellent Glory? What must it be to perceive, with a clearness which profane defiance and dishonest speculation can overshadow no longer, that Almighty God is holy, and that Omnipotence is everywhere,—or to review in thought those inner and outer evidences of a Divine Revelation of truth, which, made light of on earth, will seem so appallingly real in their power of condemnation now that they are remembered in perdition? Those must be very ignorant of much that is passing in this world, in the solitudes of enforced thought, in prisons and on beds of sickness, who peremptorily decide that such experiences are improbable beyond.
74. To be sure Mr Dribbles, who at that time kept the head inns, and was in the council, said, with a wink, that it might be found an inconvenience to sober folk that happened, on an occasion now and then, to be an hour later than usual among their friends, either at his house or any other, to be shown by the lamps to the profane populace as they were making the best of their way home; and Mr Dippings, the candlemaker, with less public spirit than might have been expected from one who made such a penny by the illuminations on news of victory, was of opinion that lamps would only encourage the commonality to keep late hours; and that the gentry were in no need of any thing of the sort, having their own handsome glass lanterns, with two candles in them, garnished and adorned with clippit paper; an equipage which he prophesied would soon wear out of fashion when lamps were once introduced, and the which prediction I have lived to see verified; for certainly, now-adays, except when some elderly widow lady, or maiden gentlewoman, wanting the help and protection of man, happens to be out at her tea and supper, a tight and snod serving lassie, with a three-cornered glass lantern, is never seen on the causey.
75. And Poseidon heard the profane prayer,.
1. And a Voice profaning the solitudes.
2. Sacrilege, (commit): The crime of violating or profaning sacred things; robbers of temples.
3. But though he liked and respected the princess, Levin could not call her so without a sense of profaning his feeling for his dead mother.
4. Is it possible to never swear with your tongue, yet be swearing with your whole life? Is it possible that you would never say a ‘swear word’ with your mouth, but yet your whole life is actually profaning the name of God.
1. All that was dear to me she disparaged and profaned.
2. Israel had profaned among the heathen, where they went.
3. This pond has rarely been profaned by a boat, for there is little in it to tempt a fisherman.
4. The setting of the middle row of precious stones had been profaned in the same manner as the upper ones.
5. I have profaned and lowered myself by taking a share in it all, and forgetting——Well, it's done now.
6. It’s only—she hesitated, then pronounced the word as though it profaned her speech—an automobile.
7. I will sanctify my great name, which was profaned among the heathen, which you have profaned in the midst of them; and the.
8. Judah has dealt treacherously, and an abomination is committed in Israel and in Jerusalem; for Judah has profaned the holiness of the.
9. I proposed that we should walk to the other end of the line, using the profaned name, not only without gusto, but with positive distaste.
10. I do not suppose that for the world they would have profaned that moment with the slightest observation, even upon so neutral a topic as the weather.
11. I have sometimes disturbed a fish hawk sitting on a white pine over the water; but I doubt if it is ever profaned by the wind of a gull, like Fair Haven.
12. Antiochus, after repeated interferences with the temple and the priesthood, plundered Jerusalem, profaned the temple and enslaved a great number of the inhabitants.
13. He remembered the Widow Nazaret, the only one with whom he had profaned his mother’s house on the Street of Windows, although it had been Tránsito Ariza and not he who had asked her in.
14. The patriarch Sophronius of Jerusalem (634-638) saw the invaders as Godless barbarians that burnt churches, destroyed monasteries, profaned crosses, and horribly blasphemed against Christ and the church.
15. In 1649 the holy sacrament was profaned on two occasions a few days apart, in two churches in Paris, at Saint-Sulpice and at Saint-Jean en Greve, a rare and frightful sacrilege which set the whole town in an uproar.
16. A radiant Thursday was breaking over the golden domes of the city of the Viceroys, but Fermina Daza, standing at the railing, could not bear the pestilential stink of its glories, the arrogance of its bulwarks profaned by iguanas: the horror of real life.
17. Her priests have violated my law, and have profaned mine holy things: they have put no difference between the holy and profane, neither have they shewed difference between the unclean and the clean, and have hid their eyes from my sabbaths, and I am profaned among them.
18. Eze 22:26 Her priests have violated my law, and have profaned mine holy things: they have put no difference between the holy and profane, neither have they shewed difference between the unclean and the clean, and have hid their eyes from my sabbaths, and I am profaned among them.
19. Since the wood-cutters, and the railroad, and I myself have profaned Walden, perhaps the most attractive, if not the most beautiful, of all our lakes, the gem of the woods, is White Pond;—a poor name from its commonness, whether derived from the remarkable purity of its waters or the color of its sands.
20. It was unreal, grotesquely unreal, that morning skies which dawned so tenderly blue that warm noontides filled with the piercing sweetness of massed honeysuckle and could be profaned with cannon smoke that hung over the town like low thunder clouds, climbing roses could be so fearful, as shells screamed into the streets, bursting like the crack of doom, throwing iron splinters hundreds of yards, blowing people and animals to bits.
21. They asked him therefore Who is this man who said to you; Take your bed and walke But he who was healed knew not who it was; for Jesus had removed from that place to another because of the press of the great multitude which was in that place; And after two days Jesus happened on him in the temple and said to him look you are whole: sin not again lest there come on you what is worse than the first; And that man went and said to the Jews that it was Jesus that had healed him; And because of that the Jews persecuted Jesus and sought to kill him because he was doing this on the Sabbath; And Jesus said to them My Father works until now and I also work; And because of this especially the Jews sought to kill him not because he profaned the Sabbath only; but for his saying also that God was his Father and his making himself equal with God.

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