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  1. I wil kindle a fire, i.
  2. I will kindle a fire, i.
  3. Richard - Do it on the Kindle first.
  4. I joined a Kindle writing group online.
  5. A warm feeling started to kindle inside her.

  6. Donna was sitting up in bed, reading her Kindle.
  7. Publishing on the Kindle is easy, fast, and free.
  8. Kindle is currently the market leader of this segment.
  9. Kindle in one hand, a cup of hot coffee in the other.
  10. I thank God, the Earth, you and the inventors of Kindle!.
  11. Then heaven came, the skies opened and the Kindle arrived.
  12. Dalai Lama, The Four Noble Truths (Kindle Locations 155-156).
  13. Books in conjunction with their becoming a retailer for Kindle.
  14. Nielsen’s research also reveals that 44% Kindle users are high.
  15. Darrell - There is some variety in the pricing of your Kindle ebooks.

  16. He is the author of the bestselling Kindle series – The Rho Agenda.
  17. When they reached the steppe, the morning red was beginning to kindle.
  18. Truth Dare Kill is now at No 2 on kindle, two above The Hanging Shed!.
  19. Note that to publish on the Kindle bookstore, you do not need an ISBN.
  20. The book will be prereleased on Kindle, Nook, and Apple in January 2011.
  21. I read Steve Windwalker’s excellent How to Price eBooks for the Kindle.
  22. Pulling out a Kindle reader, he switched it on, settling back in his seat.
  23. Kindle, the eBook reader released by Amazon, eBooks sales have never been.
  24. That book has been in the top 10 in Paid Kindle sales for a month in The U.
  25. He casually glanced over the top of his Kindle and laid it on the small table.

  26. Come in, and kindle me a fire, and do anything there is to do about the room.
  27. Or in formats usable with the Kindle, Sony Reader, iPad and other readers at:.
  28. He who produced fuel for you from the green trees, with which you kindle a fire.
  29. Also Kindle Review, Kindle Nation Daily, eReader News Today and The Frugal eReader.
  30. I handed Claire the Kindle which I had purchased for her and her online library was.
  31. Augustine, The Confessions (1st Edition; Study Edition) (Kindle Locations 3995-3996).
  32. Thus says the Lord Jehovah, Behold, I will kindle a fire in you, and it shall consume.
  33. He had unique capability to kindle the spiritual candle of Yog-Sadhana in others He had.
  34. Jeremiah warned Jerusalem of the consequence of their sins, Then will I kindle a fire in.
  35. This feedback will help me write the kinds of Kindle books that will make you a better trader.
  36. Her books “Mommy, May I?” and “Daddy’s Home” have both been on the Kindle bestseller list.
  37. At the same time I intended to check out the Kindle e-reader which I kept seeing on the underground.
  38. Jean rode in the saddle of a white altherin horse; Kindle was the name of the mare, this was the future.
  39. Often she wondered if that story was no more than a child’s fable, spun to kindle awe I their subordinates.
  40. I don’t see how Trojan Horse could have hit # 20 on the Kindle Bestseller list at a higher price right now.
  41. On the next page, Kindle will give you the opportunity to rate the book and share your thoughts on social media.
  42. Darrell - You started out in the era of printed books, but you seem to have embraced Kindle ebooks with no problem.
  43. I interviewed William when one of his books made it to the top one hundred books on the Kindle Free Bestseller list.
  44. The word stir up means to kindle a fire, to get something activated and happening, so we're called to stir up the gifts.
  45. The sultry summer of the plains does not provide the requisite intoxification to kindle the fire of passion in the couples.
  46. Yesterday I talked about love with N: that we madly kindle this passion and then we suffer from its exaggerations and excesses.
  47. On marketing, I’ve done some guest blogs, interviews and sponsored some Books of the Day on Kindle Nation Daily, BookLending.
  48. The only thing which we can do is not to look through the glasses, but to concentrate in ourselves, recognise our light and kindle it.
  49. At the rare moments when the old fire did kindle in her handsome, fully developed body she was even more attractive than in former days.
  50. Here, friend; I did intend to kindle a fire with this tootingwhistle of thine; but, as you value the thing, take it, and blow your best on it.
  51. He has been compared to David Baldacci, he writes thrillers set within the financial sector and he has had books on the Kindle Bestseller list.
  52. Near the end, which is now, most people who aren't IMs or sharebels, don't have two thoughts to rub together to spark an idea and kindle a dream.
  53. We do not quiet, moderate passion, the source of the greatest calamities, but kindle it with all our strength and then we complain that we suffer.
  54. To the hot sorrow of the previous night had succeeded heaviness; it seemed as if nothing could kindle either of them to fervour of sensation any.
  55. Sometime in October, I noticed that a Kindle ad was on the back of almost every magazine in print and was obviously being marketed as the Big Christmas Gift of 2010.
  56. Jeff Blogs weekly at The Writing Bomb, is the founder of The Kindle Book Review and is also the author of the recently released, The Indie Author's Guide to the Universe.
  57. This month I retitled it Outcasts and put it up on the kindle in the UK/US at a bargain 99c/70p because it's a book I really do love and it feels like the little story that could.
  58. The more the tongue repeats it, the more the words kindle the light in the spirit, and the more this light increases and glows, adding new witnessing to the witnessing of the spirit.
  59. Believe me, said Prince Dolgorúkov, addressing Bagratión, it is nothing but a trick! He has retreated and ordered the rearguard to kindle fires and make a noise to deceive us.
  60. Then he would kindle the charcoal on a tray or something in the middle of the room, and then they would all three just lie down together and sleep; and that would be the end of everything.
  61. Darrell - On your website you mention your book "The Hanging Shed" has notched up some 50,000 sales, at £1 a time, in the Kindle eBooks charts, where it has consistently been in the top five.
  62. Jeremiah warned Jerusalem of the consequence of their sins, "Then will I kindle a fire in the gates thereof, and it shall devour the palaces of Jerusalem and it shall not be quenched" (Jeremiah 17:27).
  63. Half dead with cold, they wandered in every direction, searching the snow for fuel, and even when they were successful, the sodden wood was difficult to kindle and the fire was easily extinguished by the wind.
  64. In fact it was Al’lah who turned the criminals towards the wrong direction so that they failed in their quest… they caused Officer Sheikho no harm and He spared him their attack, for Whenever they kindle the fire of war, Al’lah will put it out.
  65. What could save him from detection now? Nothing! He was struck with amazed dread at this turn of chance, that would kindle a far-reaching light upon the only secret spot of his life; that life whose very essence, value, reality, consisted in its reflection from the admiring eyes of men.
  66. He tried to kindle some enthusiasm in them, and cried out—‘What! Are you not delighted at the notion? Was there ever a more glorious feat of arms? What glory we shall reap! What will the world say when it hears that we have subdued the two great capitals of the North in three months?’.
  67. Thus at The Infant Jesus they say, "At this hour and at every hour may the love of Jesus kindle my heart!" The Bernardines-Benedictines of Martin Verga, cloistered fifty years ago at Petit-Picpus, chant the offices to a solemn psalmody, a pure Gregorian chant, and always with full voice during the whole course of the office.
  68. The very existence of this spirit of rivalry favors the chances of war: the nations, no longer able to support the increased armament, will sooner or later prefer open war to the tension in which they live and the ruin which menaces them, so that the slightest pretext will avail to kindle in Europe the conflagration of a general war.
  69. If it can train the teachers; if it can mould the minds and kindle the hearts of those who are soon to mould the minds and kindle the hearts of the thousands of colored children and youth, who are to be the colored men and women of the future, it could not have a higher mission; it could not do better, whether for the country or for the human race.
  70. Home—it had become this once again; not as yet destroyed and marred by torturing questions and recriminations—never, please God, so to be by her! If it had any sacredness, she would try to save it still; if the link were not too fragile, she would mend it; if there were a hearthstone left she would, if she might, kindle some warmth upon it still.
  71. When I heard them talking of bull-fights taking place, and of javelin games, and of acting plays, I asked my brother, who is a year younger than myself, to tell me what sort of things these were, and many more that I had never seen; he explained them to me as well as he could, but the only effect was to kindle in me a still stronger desire to see them.
  72. His countenance reminded one of a lamp quenched, waiting to be re-lit—and alas! it was not himself that could now kindle the lustre of animated expression: he was dependent on another for that office! I had meant to be gay and careless, but the powerlessness of the strong man touched my heart to the quick: still I accosted him with what vivacity I could.
  73. They would come back to the home of their fathers, and would meet the natives as brothers—long separated, yet as brothers; their color and personal characteristics would attest the kinship, their Christian love would kindle towards the degraded of their race, and their holy ambition would be fired by the great work to which they were called—the uplifting of the millions of long-neglected Africa.
  74. BY NIGHTFALL ON THAT first Day, we had robb’d no less than three Coaches (not counting the one from which Paul and I were abducted), and in each Instance, Lancelot’s Method was the same: to wit, I was the Decoy, shiv’ring in my Skin to kindle the Pity (or the Lust) of the Coachman and Postilion; but no sooner had that Pity or Lust been kindl’d than Lancelot, Horatio, and the Merry Band of Twelve fell upon the Coach with Pistols and Bludgeons, stripping the Travellers stark naked, stealing their Horses, and e’en smashing a Skull now and again, tho’ taking care to murder no one.
  75. But it is only some heaven-taught performer, commanding the range of all its resources, and versed in the management of celestial themes, who can fill the trembling Edifice with its mightiest strains,—and by them adequately prove, that the sweetness which charms us in those milder harmonies that kindle the transports of immortal joy, rolls downward, without a single discord, through the vast compass of descending notes, into the solemn diapason of its thunders, conformably to that ETERNAL UNIVERSAL LOVE, whose glory, together with the songs of men and angels, it celebrates and proclaims.
  76. Jerusalem of the consequence of their sins, Then will I kindle a fire in the gates thereof,.
  1. A dead soul is no kindling.
  2. There lay the kindling wood.
  3. Once she dropped her kindling.
  4. It needs kindling, then some sticks, and.
  5. He builds a small pile of kindling and fur.
  6. I could hear his ribs cracking like kindling.
  7. She was happy to note a large pile of kindling.
  8. The drought has turned all our woods to kindling.
  9. A few pieces of kindling would be provided at night.
  10. And thus the kindling wood lit by the Bernanke match.
  11. I couldn’t split kindling! It would ruin my hands!.
  12. He built them into flames with kindling, then larger sticks.
  13. John started a fire with paper, small pieces of kindling and pine.
  14. Excitement filled him and he opened his eyes, looking to the kindling.
  15. Norman Douglas' insults burned in her soul, kindling a scorching flame.
  16. Since the fire had long since died, she rebuilt a pile of kindling sticks.
  17. All men have lust, said Caesar, poking Johnny with a piece of kindling.
  18. He would have a good ember burning in his kindling, but it refused to catch.
  19. Not one cent for the store and not one cent for that kindling factory of yours.
  20. All I had to do was collect some kindling and wipe the sticky cobwebs from my face.
  21. Or kindling by the thousand-bone-piles, polo heads of skulls to be hammered downfield.
  22. The two were unwilling to make any further answer, as they saw that his anger was kindling.
  23. I hastily touched the flame to my kindling and watched the fire eat away at the sodden cloth.
  24. Preparing kindling in this way makes it catch light more freely and establishes a fire quickly.
  25. It was a large flat tomb, flush with the gravel, with a thin kindling door flat on it, padlocked.
  26. I learned those acrobatics by picking up twigs from the yard for our winter kindling, he offered.
  27. It was filled in with ashes and dirt, with a small, dark and wet-looking pile of kindling beside it.
  28. Then, instead of replacing the cast, she simply tied my arm onto a piece of kindling wood as a splint.
  29. If you took a deep breath he smelled of the sea, of urine, of papyrus, of kindling, of ivory, and of teak.
  30. Not a moment could be lost: the very sheets were kindling, I rushed to his basin and ewer; fortunately, one.
  31. The best kindling consists of small, dry twigs and the softer woods are preferable because they flare up quickly.
  32. The kindling fairy detached from the book front and went to settle on my open hand, introducing herself as Cirila.
  33. The kindling hypothesis proposes that heavy alcohol use with repeated withdrawal episodes is associated with.
  34. All she needed to find now was some kindling and a flint and steel, Nordheim was still a backward nation in many ways.
  35. Thus far, the Maker was with him all the while, his power burning the Dead Tree’s limbs as though they were kindling.
  36. First he took off his cloak before setting about to strike a spark from the flint-stone, then setting it to the kindling I had already built up.
  37. Then I stood up and rummaged through Liskara’s bags for dry clothes, kindling and the tinderbox, singing aloud to keep my stiff fingers moving.
  38. And these thoughts would fill his mind as the two Legionnaires gathered a bit more wood for kindling and made their way back to the center of the camp.
  39. At this moment the expiring embers threw up a fresh flame from the kindling of a piece of wood that lay near, and a bright light flashed over the room.
  40. But now, after the kindling again of so many memories, the first touch of her body, musical and strange and perfumed, sent through him a keenpang of lust.
  41. By the way, there’s an old rule about getting a fire started: the thickness of your kindling, in order of burning, should be matchstick - finger - wrist.
  42. Ah, my friend!" said the abbe, turning towards Dantes, and surveying him with the kindling gaze of a prophet, "you are young, you will see all this come to pass.
  43. Eberhard wore the face of a Basset Hound with aplomb, oozing helplessness and kindling the protective instinct in women who were drawn to him like moths to a candle.
  44. Severa had already arrived and on the table had placed a copper cauldron very potbelly, which was sitting on a metal frame that contained some slats of wood and kindling.
  45. I offer you the ripe fruit of my life, the flame of the spark of your own kindling! See, son of Cronos, I preserved my gift; in my deepest heart grew the seed that you sowed.
  46. What do you think? I knew that the Frankenstein monster was afraid of fire so I rushed in here and got a piece of kindling that was burning only at one end from the fire place.
  47. The inside of the fortress was cool and musty, smelling vaguely of old books, leather and smoke from kindling fire pits; it felt every bit as archaic as it looked from the outside.
  48. The linen charred black in the absence of oxygen within the sealed tin, but the result was that when cooled and exposed to air it's kindling temperature had been significantly lowered.
  49. There was a light in the porter’s lodge: when we reached it, we found the porter’s wife just kindling her fire: my trunk, which had been carried down the evening before, stood corded at the door.
  50. But the rest of her crew being at last safe aboard, she crowded all sail—stunsail on stunsail—after the missing boat; kindling a fire in her try-pots for a beacon; and every other man aloft on the look-out.
  51. The recruits on the ground manage to swing the flag around in time, but his weight tears the edges out of their hands, and he hits the floor arms first with a sound like a bundle of kindling breaking over a knee.
  52. Jekyll? Then I remembered that of my original character, one part remained to me: I could write my own hand; and once I had conceived that kindling spark, the way that I must follow became lighted up from end to end.
  53. Miller unpacked the horses and set up camp, taking care of all of the countless details including the tack line, digging pits for the tents, setting up the tents, unpacking the cooking gear and gathering the kindling for the fire.
  54. She opened the door of the little stove, and, finding the fire laid, put a match to the kindling; in a moment the sharp crackling of the wood met her ears with a friendly domestic voice whose language was to her ears cruelly that of the hearth and home.
  55. The first danger is that they have an extremely low kindling temperature and it is not unusual that when they are carried in a man’s pants pocket that the friction of their slight rubbing together ignites the matches and shortly thereafter the clothes of the bearer, much to his surprise, harm and embarrassment.
  56. When years ago a kind mistress, in the State of Maryland, undertook to teach a little slave boy to read, little did she think that she was awakening aspirations never again to be quenched; little did she dream that she was unchaining extraordinary powers, and kindling the first fires of eloquence in the soul of a Douglass.
  57. When I came to the stile, I stopped a minute, looked round and listened, with an idea that a horse’s hoofs might ring on the causeway again, and that a rider in a cloak, and a Gytrash-like Newfoundland dog, might be again apparent: I saw only the hedge and a pollard willow before me, rising up still and straight to meet the moonbeams; I heard only the faintest waft of wind roaming fitful among the trees round Thornfield, a mile distant; and when I glanced down in the direction of the murmur, my eye, traversing the hall-front, caught a light kindling in a window: it reminded me that I was late, and I hurried on.
  1. For a moment his eyes kindled.
  2. Violins kindled on the jukebox.
  3. And its fire is kindled by hell.
  4. Mild fire of wine kindled his veins.
  5. SA’EER: It is kindled and ignited.
  6. In my breast the heart that's kindled.
  7. That in the tripod o'er the kindled pile.
  8. Dupont has almost kindled a fire inside it.
  9. She waited and then kindled herself a fire.
  10. A fire of fury kindled to life in her chest.
  11. The king's wrath was kindled against Noureddin.
  12. The last arrow of Legolas kindled in the air.
  13. The old fire very rarely kindled in her face now.
  14. The only spark of interest for the boys was kindled.
  15. Only by an accomplished sage, it is kindled in the.
  16. Their hearts are kindled with the love of their Lord.
  17. The moccoletto is kindled by approaching it to a light.
  18. Is it, then, a bonfire just kindled? I questioned.
  19. For I have prepared a fire! Behold, it is already kindled!.
  20. But who knocked on the door? Fear kindled inside him.
  21. Michael's kisses, however, kindled a warm glow that spread.
  22. Wood was gathered, kindled, and a fire leapt up in an instant.
  23. In God's anger, a fire is kindled which would burn to the lowest.
  24. After this manner did thy servant to me; that his wrath was kindled.
  25. The turn of events had kindled real hope within Congressman MacArthur.
  26. He found that a small brand, burning away to its outer end, had kindled.
  27. In God's anger, a fire is kindled which would burn to the lowest sheol.
  28. A few torches were kindled and cast a dim light on the glistening walls.
  29. A fire was kindled in the fire-place and the men threw on wood generously.
  30. And all flesh shall see that I, Jehovah, have kindled it; it shall not be.
  31. But I'll have them, Watson, I'll have them! His eyes kindled and a slight.
  32. The spark of joy kindled in Kitty seemed to have infected everyone in the church.
  33. The good pastor at New Iberia said: Such a light was never kindled here before.
  34. He says, `Kiss the Son, lest he be angry, and you perish when his wrath is kindled.
  35. He kindled a great fire in the old wood-burning stove, using pages from the new cookbook.
  36. He felt frightened at last in the darkness: it had long been dusk, but no light was kindled.
  37. In an instant a light seemed to dawn in his mind, a light was kindled and I grasped it all.
  38. To prepare them for the work of massacre, their hatred is kindled by persuading them that they are hated.
  39. As soon as she heard his voice a vivid glow kindled in her face, lighting up both her sorrow and her joy.
  40. But numerous fires had been kindled on the beach, attesting that the natives had no thoughts of leaving it.
  41. The haunting thought of the black widows he’d exterminated in the basement kindled within him a venomous dread.
  42. Out of the windows of the Senate House the soldiers threw chairs into the Square for fuel and kindled fires there.
  43. The grim blackness of the stones told by what fate the Hall had fallen—by conflagration: but how kindled? What.
  44. Coming quickly to an awareness of my surroundings, I was glad to see that there was not a fire kindled beneath me.
  45. But commonly I kindled my fire with the dry leaves of the forest, which I had stored up in my shed before the snow came.
  46. Rochester would like to see a cheerful hearth when he came in: yes, the fire had been kindled some time, and burnt well.
  47. As she lead Kallias on down the main path, a burning kindled in her eyes - a sharp, familiar pain that she fought at every turn.
  48. The bumps and bruises and scrapes did not help her energy level, but at the same time there was a fire kindled in that heart and soul.
  49. Gaetano faltered an excuse, and advanced to the opposite side, while two sailors kindled torches at the fire to light them on their way.
  50. At seven o'clock in the evening all was ready, and at ten minutes past seven they doubled the lighthouse just as the beacon was kindled.
  51. However, it was in the Battle of Badr that he discovered his unique skills of man-management, which kindled his ambition to conquer Arabia.
  52. The general shouted in his fury; but it was to be concluded that his wrath was not kindled by the expressed doubt as to Kapiton’s existence.
  53. They kindled him and made him glow to his work, whereas his mother's influence was to make him quietly determined, patient, dogged, unwearied.
  54. Her eyes kindled as they turned wistfully toward the window, but they fell on the old house opposite, and she shook her head with sorrowful decision.
  55. And David's anger was greatly kindled against the man; and he said to Nathan, As the LORD liveth, the man that hath done this thing shall surely die:.
  56. For they did not move or speak with mouth, looking from mind to mind; and only their shining eyes stirred and kindled as their thoughts went to and fro.
  57. He started, and his heart seemed at that instant flooded with a hot rush of blood kindled by a powerful, overwhelming sensation he had never known before.
  58. God said, "My wrath is kindled against you and against your two friends, because you have not spoken of Me what is right as My servant Job has" [Job 42:7].
  59. Once again we see that this judgment has yet again, kindled the wrath of God and this is not a cremation service but yet again a form of punishment!.
  60. God said, "My wrath is kindled against you and against your two friends, because you have not spoken of Me what is right as My servant Job has" (Job 42:7).
  61. I’d found a chipping sparrow in the snow that evening, half frozen, and as Andrei kindled the fire and stirred nuts into it, I put the bird near the flames.
  62. She spoke little of Pierre, but when Princess Mary mentioned him a long-extinguished light once more kindled in her eyes and her lips curved with a strange smile.
  63. It is easily kindled; burns with a bright flame; yields a bluish smoke, and produces an odour similar to that which attends the combustion of gramineous substances.
  64. Once upon a time, before he was seeing Cindy and at a point when Joe and I had split up, the spark between us kindled and almost burned up a hotel bed in Los Angeles.
  65. Meg's mild eyes kindled with anger as she pulled a crumpled note from her pocket and threw it at Jo, saying reproachfully, You wrote it, and that bad boy helped you.
  66. It is as if a man were to declare that in order to obtain heat one must merely place every lump of coal in a certain position, never minding whether it kindled or not.
  67. Their warm affections, their easily kindled zeal, their gift of song and eloquence, will yet add an enriching pathos to our piety, and a wider range to our patriotism.
  68. When thoroughly kindled, it burns with less flame, yields a small proportion of blackish smoke, and sulphurous acid gas is evolved, though I cannot discover any pyrites.
  69. He shifted uneasily and looked back down at the dawn kindled on this young man’s face, this one who had painted a picture that hung above the fireplace in the room above.
  70. After several hours, Andrew joined me around the small fire I had kindled only an hour earlier, and we both sat quietly allowing the morning dew to settle on our shoulders.
  71. Whether in Ireland or India, among the Germans or the Hittites, sacred fires were apparently kindled by the Indo-European Paleo-pagans on every important religious occasion.
  72. And at this question of the solitary, undefended philosopher, the faces of the tyrants paled, while the eyes of the youths kindled with the fire of just wrath and indignation.
  73. I came to throw fire on the Earth; and I would that it had been kindled already; And I have a baptism to be baptized with and greatly am I straitened till it be accomplished.
  74. For a fire is kindled in mine anger, and shall burn unto the lowest HELL [sheol], and shall consume the earth with her increase, and set on fire the foundations of the mountains.
  75. When they had kindled a fire in the middle of the courtyard and had sat down together Peter was sitting with the officers to see the end and warming himself in the light of the fire.
  76. Captain Tushin, having given orders to his company, sent a soldier to find a dressing station or a doctor for the cadet, and sat down by a bonfire the soldiers had kindled on the road.
  77. Captain Túshin, having given orders to his company, sent a soldier to find a dressing station or a doctor for the cadet, and sat down by a bonfire the soldiers had kindled on the road.
  78. But in proportion as his youth disappeared, gayety was kindled; he replaced his teeth with buffooneries, his hair with mirth, his health with irony, his weeping eye laughed incessantly.
  79. To this point he has been discreet in dreading to provoke me; you must represent the peril of quitting that policy, and remind him of my passionate temper, verging, when kindled, on frenzy.
  80. The smoke of the kindled wood rose from the chimney without like a lotus-headed column; local people who were passing by saw it, and thought of the newly-married couple, and envied their happiness.
  81. As she was led to the scaffold, she placed the shirts upon her arm, and just as she had mounted it, and the fire was about to be kindled, she looked around, and saw six Swans come flying through the air.
  82. The radiance of the star-glass was broken and thrown back from their thousand facets, but behind the glitter a pale deadly fire began steadily to glow within, a flame kindled in some deep pit of evil thought.
  83. The fir-wood was covered with hoar-frost and would not take fire, fresh snow fell from the sky, the old snow melted beneath, and even when, at infinite pains, the fire was kindled, it could not be kept alight.
  84. The latter part of his tale had kindled anew in me the anger that had died away while he narrated his peaceful life among the cottagers, and as he said this I could no longer suppress the rage that burned within me.
  85. From the throne of God there issue lightning and mighty thundering,’ but God is Love; and the consuming fire of judgment is kindled in defence of that law of love which proceeds from the Nature of the Everlasting.
  86. A fire had been lately kindled in the damp old-fashioned grate, and it was more disposed to go out than to burn up, and the reluctant smoke which hung in the room seemed colder than the clearer air,—like our own marsh mist.
  87. At this solemn crisis, when the blood of these American seamen mingled with the waves, then this sea nymph arose indignant from the angry billows, and, like a redeeming spirit, kindled in every bosom indignation and resentment.
  88. It was as if a light had been kindled in a carved and painted lantern and the intricate, skillful, artistic work on its sides, that previously seemed dark, coarse, and meaningless, was suddenly shown up in unexpected and striking beauty.
  89. For a fire is kindled in mine anger, and shall burn unto the lowest HELL (sheol) (To the depths of Sheol New Revised Standard Version), and shall consume the earth with her increase, and set on fire the foundations of the mountains.
  90. When the flame of the sulphur splinters kindled by the tinder burned up, first blue and then red, Shcherbinin lit the tallow candle, from the candlestick of which the cockroaches that had been gnawing it were running away, and looked at the messenger.
  91. When the flame of the sulphur splinters kindled by the tinder burned up, first blue and then red, Shcherbínin lit the tallow candle, from the candlestick of which the cockroaches that had been gnawing it were running away, and looked at the messenger.
  92. Imre silently left the apartment, and as soon as he had closed the door the tears streamed from his eyes; but before his sword had struck the last step his countenance had regained its former determination, and the fire of enthusiasm had kindled in his eye.
  93. So I kindled the shavings; helped prop up the innocent little idol; offered him burnt biscuit with Queequeg; salamed before him twice or thrice; kissed his nose; and that done, we undressed and went to bed, at peace with our own consciences and all the world.
  94. When the cure of the parish came to administer the last sacraments, the old man's eyes, sightless, apparently, for some hours, kindled at the sight of the cross, the candlesticks, and the holy-water vessel of silver; he gazed at them fixedly, and his wen moved for the last time.
  95. Down below, in a great hall, with the earthen floor and with a tall mound thrown up by white ants in a corner, the soldiers had kindled a small fire with broken chairs and tables near the arched gateway, through which the faint murmur of the harbour waters on the beach could be heard.
  96. This—though doubtless it might acquire additional force and volume from the childlike loyalty which the age awarded to its rulers—was felt to be an irrepressible outburst of enthusiasm kindled in the auditors by that high strain of eloquence which was yet reverberating in their ears.
  97. Certainly, if the meteor kindled up the sky, and disclosed the earth, with an awfulness that admonished Hester Prynne and the clergyman of the day of judgment, then might Roger Chillingworth have passed with them for the arch-fiend, standing there with a smile and scowl, to claim his own.
  98. He was a vigorous animal with a ready understanding, but no spark had yet kindled in him an intellectual passion; knowledge seemed to him a very superficial affair, easily mastered: judging from the conversation of his elders, he had apparently got already more than was necessary for mature life.
  99. Through this well thought out plan, he made sure that his mother became the greatest support and close friend of his ‘oppressed’ wife because with his bright, humane, diverse actions, that he often repeated, he kindled in her intense feelings of sympathy and tenderness towards her daughter-in-law.
  100. The romance shows a degree of a southern fervor which is foreign to English habit, but the flowery, poetic style—although it at first repels the reader—is so individual, so much a part of the author, that it is soon accepted as the naive expression of a mind kindled and carried away by its subject.
  1. He runs with sulfur and thunder and kindles the grass.
  2. Unity is rooted in the life of God and kindles revival amongst us.
  3. As I’ve already testified under oath, I’ve lost my faith in empathy equations, but the idea still kindles a little lost self-esteem.
  4. There is in every true woman's heart, a spark of heavenly fire, which lies dormant in the broad daylight of prosperity, but which kindles up and beams and blazes in the dark hour of adversity.
  5. They are sometimes put up in little japanned cases with a small phial, from which when inverted with the mouth open, nothing will drop, and yet the match kindles on being thrust in quite to the bottom.
  6. The memory of an absent being kindles in the darkness of the heart; the more it has disappeared, the more it beams; the gloomy and despairing soul sees this light on its horizon; the star of the inner night.
  7. The truth is, these bottles contain a little amianthus moistened with sulphuric acid, which thus kindles the match, but as the acid soon weakens by attracting water from the air, it is better to use a phial of the acid in the liquid state.
  8. If He, who kindles the 'furnace’ of hell-fire in defense of that law which is fulfilled in love, should have thus deliberately brought an entire race into an immortal existence in which there was no escape from eternal woe either through free-will or redemption, unquestionably those voices must have been struck dumb which proclaim that the 'whole earth is full of His glory.

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