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  1. I merely foretell.
  2. What 'tis he would foretell.
  3. I can foretell the sex of a.
  4. Prophecy can foretell, or forth tell the future.
  5. I cannot foretell the future, said Inglenook.
  6. To foretell is to possess foreknowledge and to share it.
  7. He wavers, and it is impossible to foretell what he will do.
  8. No, he did not have a mystical ability to foretell the future.
  9. There are many times that mankind has asked God to foretell the end of time.
  10. All Deities were worshipped for their supposed ability to foretell the future.
  11. They say the Bible code can foretell events and be used to predict the future.
  12. Yngvild said, "And the silver leaves? Don't they foretell wealth and success?".
  13. You should also recognize indecision candles that can foretell a move either way.
  14. The equivalent of little wisps of cloud in a sky that foretell of next day's storm.
  15. We can readily foretell the result of any action that is based upon a true premise.
  16. How then can it be said that they are able to foretell unseen matters themselves?!!.
  17. When Prophecies are from God they foretell in truth what is going to happen in the future.
  18. The solemn expressions on the couple’s visages seemed to foretell all that had occurred here in this hall.
  19. As he turned his gaze skyward, as if to find out what the stars might foretell, he saw the moon peeping from the horizon.
  20. His ability to anticipate an opponent was much more reliable, but he could not foretell events farther than the next moment.
  21. The last words of Treasure Island baldly foretell the future of western civilization’s mad rush into the mass greed for gold.
  22. Other supposed goals of this practice are to get information about criminals, to unveil hidden matters, and to foretell the future.
  23. How long before the seeds of discontent will ripen, no man can foretell; but it is the part of wisdom not to multiply or scatter them.
  24. It was not difficult, however, to foretell the result, if any presage could be drawn from the feelings of those who crowded the place.
  25. Editorials and political commentaries rushed to foretell numerous deaths of soldiers and many more of children and innocent civilians.
  26. He asked me, ‗Doctor, since you can foretell the future, tell me, which of the pigs shall we eat tonight, the white one or the black one?‘.
  27. You'll never foretell the future as does the Oracle, nor are you likely to ever read minds, and I doubt very much if you will ever be able to levitate objects using the power of your mind alone.
  28. For it is said that, though the fruit of the Tree comes seldom to ripeness, yet the life within may then lie sleeping through many long years, and none can foretell the time in which it will awake.
  29. The corresponding terms of the New Testament are ordinarily borrowed from the Greek Septuagint translation of the Old Testament, and likewise distinctly foretell the extinction of all evil and evil doers.
  30. If, as many believe, one can dependably foretell the movements of stock prices without any reference to the underlying values, then it would be sensible to confine security analysis to the selection of fixed-value investments only.
  31. For instance, if things went well in Baden, one could confidently foretell that at the end of the summer season Natasha would be found in Nice or Geneva, queen of the winter season, the lioness of the day, and the arbiter of fashion.
  32. We can so far take a prophetic glance into futurity as to foretell that it will be the common and widely spread species, belonging to the larger and dominant groups within each class, which will ultimately prevail and procreate new and dominant species.
  33. Anyone who pretends anything that is in conflict with the open Holy Qur’an – such as making claims to have this ability to foretell the future – is nothing but a fabricator of falsehood against Al’lah, unless they are a prophet, or they take their knowledge from the prophets.
  34. Did John mean that the end of all time was near, as many believe today, as well as others have believed down through the generations after John’s time? Or was he trying to indicate that the beginning of all he was to prophesy was at hand? Was he trying to foretell the beginning of the end, or the end of the beginning?
  35. The humblest intellect can readily foretell the result of any action when he knows that it is based on truth, but the mightiest intellect, the most profound and penetrating mind, loses its way hopelessly and can form no conception of the results which may ensue when his hopes are based on a premise which he knows to be false.
  36. Suspended in midair, held taught by imaginary ropes that do not exist, glowing as though it is a scroll of parchment used to foretell the events of Wraethworld and the consequences of those who had entered it—it is, quite simply, a message: an omen which can destroy the world, a belief in which all is shrouded, a desperation in which the willing all stretch forth.
  37. If the man whose actions we are considering is on a very low stage of mental development, like a child, a madman, or a simpleton- then, knowing the causes of the act and the simplicity of the character and intelligence in question, we see so large an element of necessity and so little free will that as soon as we know the cause prompting the action we can foretell the result.
  38. If the man whose actions we are considering is on a very low stage of mental development, like a child, a madman, or a simpleton—then, knowing the causes of the act and the simplicity of the character and intelligence in question, we see so large an element of necessity and so little free will that as soon as we know the cause prompting the action we can foretell the result.
  39. And, as he drew towards the close, a spirit as of prophecy had come upon him, constraining him to its purpose as mightily as the old prophets of Israel were constrained; only with this difference, that, whereas the Jewish seers had denounced judgments and ruin on their country, it was his mission to foretell a high and glorious destiny for the newly gathered people of the Lord.
  40. JOSEPHUS, the Jewish first century historian, recorded concerning the year 70, Thus were the miserable people persuaded by these deceivers, and such as belied God himself; while they did not attend, nor give credit to the signs that were so evident and did so plainly foretell their future desolation; but, like men infatuated, without either eyes to see, or minds to consider, did not regard the denunciations that God made to them.
  41. For such is the wonderful skill, prescience of experience, and invincible confidence acquired by some great natural geniuses among the Nantucket commanders; that from the simple observation of a whale when last descried, they will, under certain given circumstances, pretty accurately foretell both the direction in which he will continue to swim for a time, while out of sight, as well as his probable rate of progression during that period.
  42. Mohammad Abdul-Azeem in the Center for Criminal Research in Cairo – shows that there are about thirty thousand people in Egypt who claim that they can foretell the future (including telling fortunes, divination by use of cups and palmistry), as 70% of Egyptians believe in the supernatural ability of these people to know the hidden future events that are fated for people, with their expertise also extending to other abilities such as treating their ‘patients’ through their souls.
  43. There were also two Creatures call’d Wood Monsters from the East Indies, who lookt rather to me like twin Boys with false Hair glu’d to their Bodies and Harts’ Horns affixt to their unfortunate Scalps; and a Marmoset that danced the Cheshire Rounds; and two Dogs, nam’d Swami Bounce and Swami Bark, who wore Turbans and sat upon little Thrones and were said by Doggett to be able to foretell the Future by Barking (howe’er, the Translations thereof could only be con-stru’d by Doggett!).
  44. It was not to be demanded of the securities statistician, for example, that he foretell the enormous increase in cigarette consumption since 1915 or the decline in the cigar business or the astonishing stability of the snuff industry; nor could he have predicted—to use another example—that the two large can companies would be permitted to enjoy the full benefits from the increasing demand for their product, without the intrusion of that demoralizing competition which ruined the profits of even faster growing industries, e.
  45. You're familiar with some of them, such as the thermometer, which gives the temperature inside the Nautilus; the barometer, which measures the heaviness of the outside air and forecasts changes in the weather; the humidistat, which indicates the degree of dryness in the atmosphere; the storm glass, whose mixture decomposes to foretell the arrival of tempests; the compass, which steers my course; the sextant, which takes the sun's altitude and tells me my latitude; chronometers, which allow me to calculate my longitude; and finally, spyglasses for both day and night, enabling me to scrutinize every point of the horizon once the Nautilus has risen to the surface of the waves.
  46. God has used events in human history to foretell,.
  47. Ferrars's general behaviour to her sister, seemed, to her, to foretell such difficulties and distresses to Elinor, as her own wounded heart taught her to think of with horror; and urged by a strong impulse of affectionate sensibility, she moved after a moment, to her sister's chair, and putting one arm round her neck, and one cheek close to hers, said in a low, but eager, voice,.
  1. The Laws of Forecasting set a context for the methods of foretelling.
  2. Prophecy: A foretelling; prediction; a declaration of something to come.
  3. As the Lord begins foretelling the "who, what, and why" of this war, we see.
  4. He seemed to hear again Father Zossima's words, foretelling his approaching end.
  5. One of the travellers, a squint-eyed ill-favoured fellow, was foretelling that more and more people would be coming north in the near future.
  6. One of the most reliable indicators of all foretelling a fascist order is a deep layer of fanaticism, intolerance, and hatred within the forces of ascending tyranny.
  7. Hence, the propaganda of the New Spiritism is another type of recent magic practiced under the pretense of foretelling that which is unseen, or treating people spiritually.
  8. Nathan ended his touching recital with these words: But David, who sends us this word, reports that the Master, in foretelling his death, declared that he would rise again.
  9. It is the destruction of the earlier religious Babylon as seen in Revelation 17 that will seemingly be affected more directly by the falling heavenly bodies, foretelling the apostate empire’s ultimate doom.
  10. That night, while the Sanhedrin sat in death judgment upon Jesus, and while the Master sat with his apostles and certain of his disciples out on the Mount of Olives foretelling the death of the Jewish nation, all Jerusalem was given over to the serious and suppressed discussion of just one question: "What will they do with Jesus?".
  1. God foretold in the Old.
  2. The Birth of Jesus Foretold.
  3. The Enemy had come as foretold.
  4. God foretold of this in Genesis.
  5. Just as foretold in the Prophecies.
  6. It is foretold that as the Heart-.
  7. It's been foretold for many years.
  8. This event has been foretold by.
  9. The falling away Paul foretold did.
  10. In dreams and what the moon foretold.
  11. Behold I have foretold you all things.
  12. Yes, it was then foreseen and foretold.
  13. The Birth of John the Baptiser Foretold.
  14. As I foretold you, were all spirits, and.
  15. His life and death in scripture foretold;.
  16. The falling away Paul foretold did happen.
  17. What has been foretold is a story, a legend.
  18. Their coming was foretold by the sorcerers.
  20. A way that was not foretold by the Well itself.
  21. It was foretold, it happened, let them grow in.
  22. He is returning as the prophecy foretold!.
  23. None of his studies had foretold this possibility.
  24. He had come back as foretold by the Holy Scrolls!.
  25. I told you we should become friends, I foretold it.
  26. Elias when Jesus foretold the manner of His death?
  27. Holy Scriptures and foretold man of this opportunity.
  28. Third: Christ foretold of His death and resurrection.
  29. He often foretold the future of members of our clan.
  30. The three days were, as she had foretold, busy enough.
  31. There is nothing happening that has not been foretold.
  32. Foretold at the time of the evil ones rise was a mage.
  33. Our high-priests foretold of the great cataclysm to come.
  35. Also, Abner, Many of the prophets foretold His demise.
  36. She often foretold a person’s future through her Readings.
  37. As it was foretold! He spoke aloud, and the earth shook.
  38. So, when these things are foretold, we pay attention to them.
  39. What he had foretold so exactly must infallibly come to pass.
  40. Everything happened exactly as the young magician had foretold.
  41. For it was foretold, No man may enter the cavern and take.
  42. So you’re the guest whose coming was foretold to us, eh?
  45. In forests and caves they gave instructions, foretold events, and.
  46. Chronicle of a Death Foretold, and the internationally best-selling.
  47. We were informed by Our great King, this gathering had been foretold.
  48. One, a mysterious figure that was foretold to save all vampires from.
  51. And she had foretold everything that was happening now — all of it!.
  52. Christ tells us in the Bible, But take ye heed: behold, I have foretold.
  53. At noon next day, as the pilot had foretold, we were so near to the Black.
  54. She foretold, for instance, that Princess Shahovskaya would marry Brenteln.
  55. Long ago, The Change had been foretold in prophecy, and it had come to pass.
  56. It had to be a coincidence! But the prince is dead, just like he had foretold.
  57. The ancient prophets foretold a general apostasy from the faith of Christ (Dan.
  58. Jesus himself never foretold or predicted anything like this while he was alive.
  59. With this foresight, he needed to keep a level head as events unfolded as foretold.
  60. Sixth: The rejection of Christ by Israel was foretold, THEREFORE WAS KNOWN ABOUT BY.
  61. You are everything the Prophecies have foretold and more than we could have expected.
  62. Damned to frustration, incomplete and still as emptiness can be foretold – another.
  63. Peter Zakkaritch recalled my interview with him, and said, ‘you foretold his death.
  64. Verses in the Old Testament that foretold Christ’s coming, include Isaiah 53: 1-12:.
  65. The fact is that the Bible foretold that Jesus would be hung on a cross, although, in.
  66. But, then, a voice within me averred that I could do it and foretold that I should do it.
  67. Woman: It was our fault, wasn’t it? The mad woman, Omoye foretold this, didn’t she?
  68. The 'things that are written' were the things foretold in this verse of the prophecy (Dan.
  69. While stairs led upwards, their senses foretold it would be here to search for another way.
  70. Crawford had, as he foretold, been very punctual, and short and pleasant had been the meal.
  71. The second period is sixty-two weeks in duration, or 434 years, which foretold the precise.
  72. Fulfill–Come to be or come to pass as formerly foretold and promised, hence completed and.
  73. He ended, stating that the prophet Micah had foretold the coming of the savior of the world.
  74. Some of the things foretold that, according to some Premillennialists, God did not know about.
  75. And how has it ended? I was against this marriage even then and foretold all that has happened.
  76. Matthew Henery: As to these things, the wars, seductions, and persecutions, here foretold, and.
  77. For it was foretold, No man may enter the cavern and take from it that which is no longer his.
  78. Her letter was scarcely finished, when a rap foretold a visitor, and Colonel Brandon was announced.
  79. I feel guilty about Lizaveta Nikolaevna too; but you know about that; you foretold almost all that.
  80. The prince did not die before his wedding—either by day or night, as he had foretold that he might.
  81. I’m sure you feel as terrible as I do that we saw the signs but had no idea what they foretold then.
  82. The leaden skies and the softly-swishing traffic foretold a long, damp and dismal winter in this city.
  83. A way that was not foretold by the Well itself but by its all-seeing prophet that was now Cameron Dixon.
  84. In this hour take the name that was foretold for you, Elessar, the Elfstone of the house of Elendil! '.
  85. Fifth: The prophets foretold the grace that would come to us by the suffering of Christ [1 Peter 1:10-12].
  86. Pike foretold all this in a statement he made to Mazzini in Paradise Lost_____________________________ 95.
  87. The Boui had foretold success, and, as results proved, foretold correctly, for they got two fine elephants.
  88. As soon as they came on shore, it happened just as the Crow had foretold, and an immense fox-red horse sprang up.
  89. MATTHEW HENRY As to these things, the wars, seductions, and persecutions, here foretold, and especially of the.
  90. Centuries before the event of Christ’s Resurrection this miracle was foretold in Daniel 12:1-4 as Luke writes:.
  91. Even the defeat which he had suffered at Austerlitz, and which he had foretold, served only to raise his reputation.
  92. What would turn out? Don't prevaricate! You've foretold you'd have a fit; on the way down to the cellar, you know.
  93. How could it have been foretold when, according to Millennialists, not even God knew that Christ would be rejected?
  94. Isaiah foretold the birth of Christ; the synagogue recalls this but still remains blindfold to favor none but El-o-him.
  95. Those from another place and time stood within the ring, and one of them said, What was foretold is almost complete.
  96. However, when events are closer in time to the prediction, they may be foretold by sensing the vibrations of the matter.
  97. The stifling atmosphere foretold a storm, and the prince felt a certain charm in the contemplative mood which possessed him.
  98. The prophets often speak of things to come as if they were past to express the certainty of the event of the things foretold.
  99. Because change it they must, or it would not have been foretold in the Scriptures and God would not have given us advance notice.
  100. And many evils have stuck to us, and the curses which the Lord foretold by Moses his servant: who brought our fathers out of the.
  1. He foretells a stop running.
  2. And the Thinker foretells of.
  3. It foretells my return to be with you.
  4. Daniel 11 foretells some of the events of this period.
  5. And he foretells wars and great commotions among nations.
  6. I believe it foretells the coming of the King to this land.
  7. To dream that you crack a walnut foretells that your expectations will collapse.
  8. The black oil deep in Saudi Arabia foretells the bloodshed, linked with the kings of the east.
  9. Wotan appears, and for some unknown reason foretells that Siegfried will come and kill the dragon.
  10. Indeed, so far as we are aware, all expositors agree that it foretells the exterminating judgment of God, which in due time was executed by the Roman armies under Titus, by whom the city was overwhelmed as 'with a flood' (a figure often used for an invading army), and the city and the land were given over to the age -- long 'desolations,' which had been 'determined' in the counsels of God.

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