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    1. His ability to confront, rebuke and reprove sin - The children of Israel

    2. At work I confront a never-ending war from persons of dubious value: First of all Nicoleta, a clerk, who is always insulting, mocking and slandering not only me but other colleagues as well

    3. I prefer to confront a natural disaster -a flood, an earthquake, a hurricane- than satanic humans

    4. He wouldn't climb up there to confront God, but some tech, someone he knew, someone assigned to keep him from his wives

    5. They are as helpless as the leese to their mental limitations, they cannot confront something they cannot see

    6. Did I not see the truth of my brother’s condition? Was I so pusillanimous that I would not confront? Was I so spineless that I cherished their feelings over their eternal condition?

    7. deal with or confront something negative

    8. going to see his wife? Would he be afraid to confront

    9. to do that was confront it head on

    10. found out and had come to confront him with it

    11. traveling to confront a serial killer

    12. holiness to His Church, He will confront many idols and enemy

    13. The true prophetic gift will confront the false ideas of the world

    14. confront the spirit of man-made religion and the lies that have

    15. "The device does sound dangerous, that is something we must investigate, maybe something we can confront them with

    16. She wanted to confront him with it, but he was too polite, too controlled

    17. Richard and Marguerite were sorely tempted to confront

    18. chance to confront him here and now, or try and chase

    19. She would not be eager to confront someone who claimed he was conceived there with that belief on the first night, but Desa knew she would discuss it with him in the upcoming days

    20. Good or bad, confront and accept it,

    21. His eyes sought mine and in the space of seconds he conveyed his amusement at our attempt to confront him

    22. Bitch! He clenched his teeth, suppressing the urge to run after her and confront her with her lies

    23. To see barnacles in your dream suggest that there is a situation you need to confront head on before it gets out of control

    24. Perhaps the dream is telling you that you are refusing to confront some issue and instead are sweeping it under the carpet?

    25. To dream that you are afraid of the elephant suggests that there is an enormous problem that you are afraid to confront

    26. To dream that you have gills implies that you are ready to confront your true feelings and submerge yourself in your emotions

    27. You are under tremendous emotional stress which you need to confront

    28. Alternatively, the dream indicates that you are trying to hide or suppress some emotion or aspect of your life that you are not ready to confront

    29. You confront these obstacles head on without hesitation

    30. You are afraid to confront or bring up the issue

    31. To dream that you are picking snot out of your nose indicates that you are ready to confront some subconscious material

    32. You are not ready to confront issues from your subconscious

    33. To dream that you are thawing food refers to emotions that you have repressed, but are ready to confront

    34. You need to confront your current problems in order to progress forward

    35. It is time to confront these suppressed issues

    36. There is a situation that you need to confront

    37. Only when you are ready challenges will confront you to remind you that you are in a growing period of time and you are strong

    38. We must all somehow confront this absurdity

    39. You have been guided through the elementary disciplines of shape changing---to protect yourself from forces you are not yet able to confront

    40. For the third hour upon the rocky coast would confront him with recollections the likes of which he had not anticipated

    41. Noah’s face whitened as Dane turned to confront the intruder

    42. A determination to confront a hallucination

    43. had only been there to confront my brother

    44. She hoped she would never have to be that honest, that she could return to Japan and leave all of this behind her without having to confront the issue head-on

    45. “There may be nothing to confront,” she said

    46. Niagara, he wondered if even she could be sufficiently redoubtable to confront and survive what

    47. Flabbergasted, Bosco sullenly turned and began to walk away, too afraid to confront his Man-sailor any more

    48. I was about to confront Felicity, and discover the answers to quite a few questions, or so I hoped

    49. But in truth her prime motivation was to confront the entity who had been so important to so many lives by design or will, at least by action

    50. I don’t really want to confront Mr

    1. Our understanding of the human stress response has been based on the "fight-or-flight" model, which states that when confronted with a stressful situation, humans either will respond with aggressive behavior or will withdraw

    2. I drifted in and out of the dream-state, and with each step along the way through the whimsy during those first nights in confinement I confronted images of my death

    3. When confronted with this situation, there are a few things you can do

    4. When the Scathers came for the herd they were confronted by a mob of panicked Ogatu, and reinforcements had to be called to get them under control

    5. To Karen’s absolute horror she found herself confronted by an

    6. At least here she wasn’t as helpless as she had been in ancient Atlantis when confronted with an unknown language

    7. But he’d not dared, convinced that Ozzie would hear the van and dreading what would be said when they were confronted

    8. was shaking with fury as he confronted his French

    9. scuffle when he finally confronted the man – but there was

    10. I found Harry fishing one afternoon and confronted him with my realization of my desperate need for guidance if I was ever to tolerate my own existence

    11. ‘I followed him into the woods and confronted him

    12. the crowd of backpackers, and confronted our nemesis

    13. Entering the narthex, he was confronted with the deeply

    14. When he did, Jean was confronted with

    15. confronted with the beauty and magnificence of the

    16. from religious convictions, but because he confronted

    17. In the Second World War Stalin and Hitler confronted

    18. We have a little knowledge of our universe but when confronted to the universality of its content, we have to say, pitifully, "not much"

    19. I'm a very practical person confronted with a practical problem

    20. But here I was, a man confronted by two storms who has

    21. I would be confronted by temptation to use my powers for personal gain; it was in my blood

    22. Without any hesitation she had confronted Zarko with a proposal that he just couldn’t refuse: as they had each secretly had a crush on him since puberty, they’d also wanted their first time to be with him

    23. Muffled voices resounding from every direction had been growing louder with each step and for the first time in a while – at least since the last time she had been confronted by Mercer Frey – she was profoundly nervous

    24. For example, most of us react with instant alarm to snakes (I do!) and receive a clear, urgent, internal message of “Get-the-heck-out-of here, now!” This is especially true when confronted with the big ones with long, oozing fangs; wiggly, big-forked tongues; and menacing, beady eyes focused in our succulent body

    25. He told the thief, who listened with fascination and silent amusement, that he had been very close to putting the girl in her place after she confronted him about the treatment of what he called “the good-for-nothing Gray Skins”, but was stopped when “Bleeding Heart Brunwulf” needlessly threw his weight around and intervened

    26. To dream that you are confronted or threatened by a gang signifies circumstances or situations in your waking life that are becoming overwhelming

    27. To see your sibling in your dream indicates unresolved issues with your sibling or unresolved issues from your childhood that needs to be confronted

    28. To dream that your telephone has been tapped indicates that aspects of your subconscious must be confronted

    29. To dream that you are in terror indicates unresolved fears or a doubt that needs to be confronted

    30. She knew not from whom, but she knew that she would be confronted with it sooner or later

    31. A seemingly meaningless world confronted by humans who want meaning creates the absurd

    32. Pim and Song confronted her about it

    33. Many folks, when confronted with some seemingly

    34. He was confronted with an array of multi-role craft: designed equally for high speed and high manoeuvrability within or out of the Earth’s atmosphere, one of these vessels had superluminal capability – although his b’tari supervisor denied that such a craft was in their possession

    35. fearful and on guard, but if confronted by one of these cruisers, there was little that could be done to avoid capture and

    36. confronted with everyone else aboard ship from the captain

    37. What confronted him took him by surprise

    38. assassin confronted the carrion council with his evidence

    39. Later that week as he became desperate, he confronted her when they were alone in a corridor with red-coated guards standing at either end of the hall

    40. The day after seeing Jean in the hallway, Adem was confronted by Terese Silverblade

    41. confronted Secretary Seward in bed

    42. The stance or position of the typical liberal when confronted with an unanswerable statement of a conservative

    43. As it turned out, Captain Nye had lost a ship three years earlier when he had been confronted by the CSS Alabama

    44. I pondered a solution for the unusual situation I was confronted with

    45. There was once a time when any foreign country that tried to impose this sort of corruption anywhere in America would have been confronted by a Declaration of War

    46. He did not want to be confronted by a United States warship,

    47. He opened it a fraction and confronted the guard on the other side in a derogatory tone

    48. After reading what William had said she confronted her mother who didn’t deny it so Helen left straight away for London taking her child with her

    49. She had begun to tense when he kissed her, although she had denied it when he confronted her about it

    50. While Jack Mills mulled over all these issues, he confronted

    1. She was confronting the reality that she would now undergo a test of survival that she could very well fail

    2. "Only if they don't surrender," Haadij Doesshef said, wanting to regain the conversation without confronting the theocrat

    3. Now the third darkness since the attempt is confronting him

    4. the thought of confronting Henri on his own

    5. prospect of confronting his pursuers without a hostage as

    6. We are confronting him and we are creating the plan

    7. To dream that you are a captain indicates that you are taking charge of your emotions and confronting the issues that are bothering you

    8. To dream that you are having palpitations represent fears that you are not confronting in your waking life

    9. To dream that you are at a self storage facility relates to issues that you are keeping to yourself instead of confronting

    10. To dream that you are at a skatepark means that you are not afraid of confronting obstacles that may stand in your way

    11. You have a command over your emotions and are confronting those feelings and inhibitions that you have repressed

    12. To dream that a snake is being beheaded indicates that there is an issue that you are not confronting

    13. To dream that you are attacked by a tiger refers to the emotions that you have repressed because you were afraid of confronting them

    14. To dream that you are being chased by a turtle indicates that you are hiding behind a facade, instead of confronting the things that are bothering you

    15. There is some situation that you are not confronting

    16. And this unsettling break from their historic blind allegiance to the Supreme Council on top of their traditional disregard for any but their own kind we are used to confronting

    17. ” she stopped suddenly, pretending to only just notice the three grimacing faces confronting them

    18. listened to the conversation about the growing crisis confronting the country

    19. She didn't relish the idea of confronting Frank, but she felt it had to be done

    20. “I need not tell you that standing our ground and confronting them

    21. Sespian hated the idea of confronting a man thirty years his senior, but he’d make more headway starting at the top

    22. Another problem confronting a number of disillusioned conservatives is that for years many were on the outside looking in whereas many have now become a part of the political ―establishment;‖ that is to say, they subsequently sold out

    23. fixed upon his Magick, never willing to realize that confronting his problems would

    24. The challenges confronting any free society lie in the unshakable confidence invested in its citizens as free-thinking individuals capable of making the right choices and exercising proper judgment rather than perceived as sophisticated machines guided by neural impulses connected to some highly developed nerve center

    25. Britain and France were, in fact, confronting him

    26. Here goes: in the case of inclement weather, one of the greatest difficulties confronting the pilot is that of finding his way

    27. He was being compassionate, momentarily freeing her from confronting her unquestionable guilt

    28. The longer he stayed around the airport, the closer he was to confronting his superiors who undoubtedly were already on their way

    29. Bear looked across to the other cul-de-sac where Brownie was standing, confronting a rabble of religious fanatics

    30. The first time I teleported, I ended up confronting someone in a hallway

    31. The man was piss-drunk, and he was confronting the issue of calling the boss while under the influence and not in a very organized state of mind

    32. in confronting him, he refused to speak

    33. strewed her face and held her ground in confronting Junya

    34. Exposure therapy involves confronting a person with the stimulus that scares them (heights, spiders, etc

    35. As I am trying to recover from the obscene scene confronting me, something shoots out of the darkness and knocks me flat on my back

    36. the desperation to survive as a culture Dion should be confronting the

    37. Confronting us today

    38. And now I am coming to the point where I am confronting the

    39. process of confronting what happened to me, I looked and looked

    40. what she did to me, and how she reacted to me confronting her about it,

    41. I don't mind confronting them without you giving me

    42. difference between me confronting her in the past and the last time

    43. between confronting my memories and whether or not they are real

    44. I knew that I would be in a great deal of trouble for confronting Lord Fowler, but I did not care

    45. “He had no business confronting us with just a single patrol! He's more to blame for this than

    46. Eight was generally quite brave and usually had no difficulty in dealing with physical danger, but confronting the facts and associated emotions of his early life left him completely vulnerable

    47. She couldn’t see how she could bear to wait before confronting the elders with what she now knew

    48. 1 While brain machines and drugs may be used in sophisticated ways more often in the future to shift reality modes, Eastern mystical traditions have resorted to various techniques, including viewing diagrams (or yantras), confronting puzzles over phrases that have no rational meaning (or koans), and mental and physical exercises which aim to produce a state of ‘no conceptualising while remaining fully awake

    49. I hoped I wasn’t making a mistake by not confronting my parents about the video, but I desperately wanted the family I had before we came to Lee

    50. The audacity of confronting him combined with the word ‘freeze’ tells him she must be a cop, dressed as a nurse

    1. It is interesting that this is the first lie Jesus confronts, because when we get out of touch with the love of God, we are in great danger of

    2. also confronts the philosophies and gods of this world and calls

    3. The Private Eye confronts the truth

    4. who discovers the plots of her "loving husband" and confronts it any less

    5. He confronts his wife and he decides to kill her by using her as a pin-cushion

    6. If we have not dealt with the uncertainty that death confronts us with, or if

    7. It’s clear that he has an agenda that confronts our goals here at this school

    8. publication that often confronts the novitiate

    9. Stone Blood takes you on a surreal journey through the artist's mind as he confronts the demons of his past

    10. “And then Nigel confronts me and I ask him if the pink hue has faded off of the electric guitar on your heinie,” I said as I reached the door

    11. If he confronts you again, be sure you shout out

    12. To the north, the tower of fire warns that danger confronts us

    13. Another scene made a particular impression on her, though not among the most comical, where the amnesiac mother confronts the schoolteacher regarding the children's rashes

    14. One fired with a success awareness confronts the prospect with such a warm,

    15. 'The mystery that confronts you, whereby you have lost a kingdom,' she answered

    16. Conan confronts us with an army nearly as strong as our own, and he has the advantage of position

    17. I doubt when he confronts the bieduvel he will last even a minute

    18. “As you know, she has helped the authorities with several high-profile cases, and hopefully she’ll be able to help with this very difficult matter that confronts us

    19. ‘There will always be others, but the choice confronts me now

    20. Skepticism confronts confrontation with dismissal

    21. confronts them with the tragic consequences of their actions

    22. nation or group that confronts Israel

    23. A logical question that confronts us here is

    24. ‘Then what? Even if he believes me, what would happen then? I doubt he would send her away, and I don’t believe she will change if he confronts her

    25. ment is' one that confronts all of us

    26. This higher integration confronts us with a choice: the prisons of ownership or the paradise of communion

    27. Peace confronts the sounds of war with the laughter of play – the lungs of nature dispelling the drone of technology entrancing

    28. “That confronts the system within the system perpetuates the system and is therefore a mechanism of it

    29. But today a new challenge — another ism — confronts us, and that is the

    30. That is to say, when the devil comes whispering in the chests of those followers who have begun to follow the messenger (cpth), trying to make them commit forbidden acts so that they become desperate, or trying to sow doubt in their hearts so as to make them shun the messenger, he (cpth) confronts the devil and drives him away from them with the power of his luminous, magnificent, and lovely spirit

    31. Franco brings out her papers and confronts Marcus with the truth of his actions against Desiree'

    32. When science confronts religion they have the opinion that what is in

    33. Spirituality confronts awareness directly; it aims to produce higher consciousness

    34. Love in every situation that confronts us

    35. She tells them all, "Kathy is still accusing me of trying to steal her man and it's not true! Raymond and I are just friends and co-workers, but Kathy still does not seem to want to believe or understand it! Every time Kathy confronts me, she would always have her two women friends with her!"

    36. But in that backroom or whatever it is when God confronts me with my sins, I do not believe any of the kills I had during the war will be among them

    37. But in that backroom or whatever it is when God confronts me with my sins, I do not believe any of the kills I had during the war will be among them

    38. The basic difference confronts us at the very beginning

    39. Now Carl sits up straight, pulled from his dreams and back to the reality that confronts him

    40. Everything there converges and confronts everything else

    41. It certainly is sad that turpitude heaped up should give a sum total of gayety, that by piling ignominy upon opprobrium the people should be enticed, that the system of spying, and serving as caryatids to prostitution should amuse the rabble when it confronts them, that the crowd loves to behold that monstrous living pile of tinsel rags, half dung, half light, roll by on four wheels howling and laughing, that they should clap their hands at this glory composed of all shames, that there would be no festival for the populace, did not the police promenade in their midst these sorts of twenty-headed hydras of joy

    42. Rochester, having quitted the Eshtons, stands on the hearth as solitary as she stands by the table: she confronts him, taking her station on the opposite side of the mantelpiece

    43. Thus the State never intentionally confronts a man's sense, intellectual or moral, but only his body, his senses

    44. These contradictions, however, are but trifling in comparison with the one which confronts us in the problem of our international relations, and which cries aloud for solution, since both human reason and human life are at stake, and this is the antagonism between the Christian faith and war

    45. In social life, ever since Christianity was first preached, this question has been like the doubt that confronts the traveler when he comes to a place where the road which he has followed divides, and he knows not which branch to choose

    46. Men have but to understand this: that they must cease to care for material and external matters, in which they are not free; let them apply one hundredth part of the energy now used by them in outward concerns to those in which they are free,—to the recognition and profession of the truth that confronts them, to the deliverance of themselves and others from the falsehood and hypocrisy which conceal the truth,—and then the false system of life which now torments us, which threatens us with still greater suffering, will be destroyed at once without struggle

    47. But this contradiction is nothing in comparison with the contradiction which confronts us when we turn to international questions, and which demands a solution under pain of the loss of the sanity and even the existence of the human race

    48. War confronts us everywhere, not only war between different races and peoples, but war too, in private and family life

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    confront face face up present affront challenge cope with brave oppose dispute defy repel counter contradict