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    1. endure here on earth was to show how much He loves

    2. I've had to endure lectures on the effects before

    3. I often need to run after them and make them hold my hands either they like or or not! Moreover, during the break I can barely endure all that concentrated negativity against me: It is impossible for me to exchange even a word with anyone in there; if I dare approach a group of pupils, they turn their faces the other way, they stop talking and they all split in a second

    4. 3For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but after

    5. With his skills as a technician he removed that feature and would not even allow even these animated drawings of women to endure more than a slap on the ass

    6. Pretty soon I had to endure complaints about my disappearance, ending up to “All those years I've been nothing but the little one you deigned to keep company with, just because nobody else wanted to be your friend!” – at this point Persa almost burst into tears

    7. It was not easy to think while in this much pain, greater than any mortal could ever endure, greater than natural nerves can conduct

    8. He felt like shutting down the houri on him, or better yet, transform it into a whirling malestrom of rusty, broken knives that chased him for days, something reminiscent of what he had to endure

    9. Being able to lean on Menachem as I did, being so young and so inexperienced, gave me the strength to endure and to accept

    10. But what is that to us? The implications of the cross of Christ are that He was willing to endure suffering

    11. When the clouds and darkness gloom over us, we should continue to endure to the end

    12. We popped up bottom up, slammed back down on our faces and gradually righted to endure the same pounding for hours more

    13. With this, our view is properly centered to not fret with the things of this life, and to endure patiently until the end when we shall receive reward

    14. How is it that these nations would endure 1000 years of heaven, and then be deceived into coming against God at Jerusalem? It is the rejection of God in this ultimate way that can only result in judgment

    15. Upon the gaining of our glorified bodies, we are able to endure the face of God

    16. Luray was the one who really had to endure the worst

    17. She probably wanted to endure it by herself

    18. So those who are technically saved will have good fruit to endure

    19. She was very frightened as she passed in front of Lady Ariel, but for her son she would endure anything

    20. Thinking about what she would have to endure tonight almost made it impossible to enjoy it, but she knew she had to dutifully eat because she was so deeply entrapped in three-d reality that she would get ill without nutrients

    21. the backseat, but he couldn’t endure the long drive

    22. She had to endure another two hours of interrogation on the technology of the silicon Afterlife

    23. She had to endure a demeaning gossip session with Yellelle when she showed up in their guest room

    24. 13But he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved

    25. ” No native lived in a climate where they had to endure as long and cold a winter as Reston

    26. He remembers the wasteland that some people are forced to endure after a sudden, unexpected divorce

    27. He knew full well their thoughts and could not do anything to assuage the remorse they would grow to endure, but never ignore, as real people must

    28. Kaitlyn, it turned out, was not so disarmed by her mother's death as by the imminent leave-taking she must endure

    29. us, and the truth of you Lord endure

    30. mistreatments she’d had to endure (Jean would have

    31. but it’s stupid to endure the bad and not enjoy the good -

    32. Their operation in the one way may endure for many centuries, but in the other it can last no longer than the lives of some of the workmen who were bred to the business in the time of its prosperity

    33. "And what are you if not a mage?" Brice asked, stepping back and covering his nose, no longer able to endure the man's odor

    34. grounded in Christ and strong to endure trials

    35. I have spent the last two decades training my army, forcing them to endure the most brutal physical conditioning iMaginable, while teaching them swordplay in the Ancients' ways

    36. ‘We may have to endure their

    37. left, the less she’d have to endure his stench

    38. He would endure the pain, then fade to oblivion, joining all that he had once cherished

    39. They’ve had to endure the hatred of

    40. She might have to endure this new,

    41. institutions they stay and endure

    42. The right of primogeniture, however, still continues to be respected ; and as of all institutions it is the fittest to support the pride of family distinctions, it is still likely to endure for many centuries

    43. tortures a man is willing to endure

    44. His retribution would be something far harder to endure than a knife across the throat

    45. opposite (that they wil endure without being consumed, just

    46. Or if she’d been slain in battle on Imbrus, alongside Kestides and the elder cousins, she never would have had to endure all that followed

    47. No one knew how many casualties their city would endure by the end and if Cyrodiil would itself remain physically untouched by violence creeping down from the north

    48. The foul odor still dominated his sense of smell, but he tried his best to endure it and not let it overwhelm him

    49. He was a man who always would endure to finish what he’d started,

    50. You will endure

    1. he endured the madness of the itch because he was impotence personified, that

    2. He had endured a lifetime of such decisions however

    3. Still he continued to receive veron cycles and endured the unspeakable

    4. After all that we had endured this was how it would end

    5. He endured to the end

    6. All that Smith was aware of was the equivalent of a cosmic itch, and he endured the madness of the itch because he was impotence personified, that impotence inherent in not quite understanding the concept of the scratch, Smith unwittingly agreed with the future earthly Buddha in that He found the unformulated conjecture of eternal peace to be vexatious and maddening

    7. settling to the pore and the age endured,

    8. The young man was, by now, emotionally drained, having lost count of the number of dates and encounters that he’d endured in his desperate quest to find marital happiness

    9. 4 Bringing about true salvation that has endured

    10. I have endured deep seas to know them both

    11. the number of dates and encounters that he’d endured in his

    12. 3For consider him that endured such contradiction of sinners against himself, lest ye be

    13. He has just endured the 'Dead Slug' sketch

    14. Ozzie had endured enough helplessness when a first year at school – that’s when he and Chas had become the pals they were … equal sufferers at the hands of the older boys

    15. She grabbed a little cup of gold over at the corner and endured a few minutes of the kegman’s complaints about how long it had been since he had seen her before she took it to the western balcony

    16. Then they at once thought of Harry and all he'd endured of celebrity, and at their hands

    17. He was going to be a larger challenge then even that which she’d endured over the weekend

    18. endured on the streets of Troyes before Richard had taken

    19. be endured before they got to the swimming pool at that

    20. We too have endured great losses, our numbers depleted as are your own

    21. All the while the trio endured the eyes of the crowd, always on them, always wondering at their intentions

    22. As always Alec was ready for it and knew that it was something that must be endured

    23. By now Jean had endured just about enough of the

    24. It was anything but the brutality she’d endured on the Thallia

    25. He had spoken with Brontes and heard his tale of the monstrosity they had faced and the suffering they had all endured -- now there was another ‘ally’ he had desperate need to speak with

    26. Kali would have taken the place of each sacrifice, she would have been immersed in the soul that offered those sacrifices, and would have endured every scar the Cross family inflicted on Savannah

    27. A tear trickled down my cheek at what this poor animal had endured

    28. For all of the abuse I’ve endured at your behest, I’ve missed you

    29. “But Prometheus endured,” Andrastus said

    30. She did not appreciate the touch, but silently endured it all the same

    31. This woman endured her mother-in-law’s unwelcome visits – not to

    32. Consider how you or they feel as an immigrant and what they endured or went through

    33. we have endured along the way

    34. As all of us would have endured pain, anger, sadness, and trauma in our Earthly incarnation, we inevitably bring along such negativity to this realm

    35. The departed Mother Theresa who endured hardship and suffering in her noble work displayed unconditional love

    36. For a number of years Helen Garlin had endured her husband’s indifference, had contented herself, or tried to, with spending his money almost as fast as he made it

    37. “The pain you endured to bring this Little One into the world must have been terrible

    38. Especially after a storm such as we had just endured

    39. Had this constitution been attacked by no other enemies but the feeble efforts of human reason, it must have endured for ever

    40. The troops had been buoyed up with the prospect of a stiff struggle at the end, and a chance of distinguishing themselves, and it seemed, by the abject surrender, that they had marched and endured for nothing

    41. As each day passed, their excitement seemed rather to increase than their ardour to be damped by the weariness and discomforts to be endured

    42. Thoughtful Americans felt a thrill of pity when they saw the unkempt and emaciated insurgents, who had steadfastly endured three years' campaigning

    43. In Cuba it was frequently impossible even to discover the regiment of a wounded or dead man, countless mistakes arose, and for weeks families at home endured a terrible suspense, when some loved one, whose body had probably been buried without identity by a fatigue party, was posted as missing

    44. but she endured the reproaches of her husband, and the tears of her

    45. The sufferings of the army, though, were as nothing compared to the privations endured by the unfortunate civilians and non-combatants from Santiago

    46. Unmanly? Perhaps! But those who had endured the campaign are the better judges

    47. Its (supposed) advantages or encumbrances will be either ―enjoyed‖ or endured severally; including those who weren‘t involved in the decision making process to begin with

    48. It would seem that compassion is not some feeling ―acquired‖ outside an individual but rather an impression internalized within that individual who, having endured his or her own (private) hardships, is likely to display a more benign, sympathetic attitude toward other individuals who he or she shares or has shared a trying experience; although suffering (in kind) is not a necessary requirement for individuals who would naturally express sympathy for other people because it falls within their ―nature‖ to do so

    49. Now I was returning to Poland, yearning for my old life while leaving behind my son, my wife, her parents and my new brother who had endured with me many hardships, in a Muslim country near the Chinese border

    50. These feelings are generally considered irrational in light of the danger or risk endured by the victims so be aware if you start having sympathy for your Kidnappers you are turning

    1. Cultivate the realisation that eternity is long and that that which is slowly built up endures forever

    2. bears all things, believes all things, hopes all things, endures all

    3. 21Yet hath he not root in himself, but endures for a while: for when tribulation or

    4. 8The LORD will perfect that which concerns me: thy mercy, O LORD, endures for ever:

    5. Billy endures these minor social events because it brings him closer to Maggie, and he also has to admit that he loves the house, although he finds the contents a little twee

    6. endures forever, let the house of

    7. The labour of some of the most respectable orders in the society is, like that of menial servants, unproductive of any value, and does not fix or realize itself in any permanent subject, or vendible commodity, which endures after that labour is past, and for which an equal quantity of labour could afterwards be procured

    8. What would it have been, had the law given no direct encouragement to agriculture besides what arises indirectly from the progress of commerce, and had left the yeomanry in the same condition as in most other countries of Europe ? It is now more than two hundred years since the beginning of the reign of Elizabeth, a period as long as the course of human prosperity usually endures

    9. With the height of their kingdoms turned to dust, My love endures

    10. It is the man who endures through the pain,

    11. The Truth endures forever

    12. Yet The Truth endures forever

    13. There is some good work that endures

    14. Oh give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; for his steadfast love endures

    15. 34 O give thanks to the Lord; for he is good; for his mercy endures forever

    16. chosen, who were expressed by name, to give thanks to the Lord, because his mercy endures forever; 42 And with them Heman and

    17. For he is good; for his mercy endures forever, that then the house was filled with a cloud, even the house of the Lord; 14 So that the

    18. David the king had made to praise the Lord, because his mercy endures forever, when David praised by their ministry; and the priests

    19. 7 In his days shall the righteous flourish; and abundance of peace so long as the moon endures

    20. 5 For the Lord is good; his mercy is everlasting; and his truth endures to all generations

    21. O give thanks to the Lord; for he is good, for his mercy endures forever

    22. 1 O give thanks to the Lord, for he is good, for his mercy endures forever

    23. 3 Wealth and riches shall be in his house, and his righteousness endures forever

    24. 9 He has dispersed, he has given to the poor; his righteousness endures forever; his horn shall be exalted with honour

    25. 2 For his merciful kindness is great toward us, and the truth of the Lord endures forever

    26. 1 O give thanks to the Lord; for He is good: because his mercy endures forever

    27. 3 Let the house of Aaron now say, that his mercy endures forever

    28. 4 Let them now that fear the Lord say, that his mercy endures forever

    29. 29 O give thanks to the Lord; for he is good, for his mercy endures forever

    30. 1 O give thanks to the Lord; for he is good, for his mercy endures forever

    31. 2 O give thanks to the God of gods, for his mercy endures forever

    32. 3 O give thanks to the Lord of Lords, for his mercy endures forever

    33. 6 To him who stretched out the Earth above the waters, for his mercy endures forever

    34. 9 The moon and stars to rule by night, for his mercy endures forever

    35. 13 To him who divided the Red sea into parts, for his mercy endures forever:

    36. 14 And made Israel to pass through the midst of it, for his mercy endures forever:

    37. 15 But overthrew Pharaoh and his host in the Red sea, for his mercy endures forever

    38. 26 O give thanks to the God of Heaven, for his mercy endures forever

    39. 8 The Lord will perfect that which concerns me: your mercy, O Lord, endures forever, forsake not the works of your own hands

    40. 67 O give thanks to the Lord, because he is gracious; for his mercy endures forever

    41. Harmonious relationship with one's partner that endures a lifetime, and harmonious relationships with friends and relatives

    42. voice of the bride, the voice of those who shall say, Praise the Lord of hosts, for the Lord is good; for his mercy endures forever, and

    43. together by course in praising and giving thanks to the Lord; because he is good, for his mercy endures forever toward Israel; And all

    44. for the truth, it endures, and is always strong; it lives and conquers for evermore

    45. the most wicked ways of all? 53 And that there should be showed a paradise, whose fruit endures forever, in which is security and

    46. good, because his mercy endures forever; 25 So Israel had a great deliverance that day

    47. Verse 22, The pains that creation endures until the time of its liberation are compared to those

    48. sient, and only the ‘I am’ endures

    49. The book of the courses of the luminaries of the heavens, the relations of each, according to their classes, their dominion and their seasons, according to their names and places of origin, and according to their months, which Uriel, the holy angel, who was with me, who is their guide, showed me; and he showed me all their laws exactly as they are, and how it is with regard to all the years of the world and to eternity, till the new creation is accomplished which endures till eternity; And this is the first law of the luminaries: the luminary the Sun has its rising in the eastern portals of the heavens, and its setting in the western portals of the heavens; And I saw six portals in which the sun rises, and six portals in which the sun sets and the moon rises and sets in these portals, and the leaders of the stars and those whom they lead: six in the east and six in the west, and all following each other in accurately corresponding order: also many windows to the right and left of these portals; And first there goes out the great luminary, named the Sun, and his circumference is like the circumference of the heavens, and he is quite filled with illuminating and heating fire

    50. The title Doubting Thomas, endures till today because of Thomas’ one moment of doubt and unbelief

    1. It was like a love of dogs, of some farmyard animal, loved while useful, loved while sitting by the fire on a cold evening, one ear cocked for the intruding fox, but not a love enduring or warm when the cold winds of survival blow

    2. Lady Maya’s wing had indeed been broken; there seemed to be no end to the suffering she was enduring

    3. Some end up enduring a whole evening of bad

    4. The emotional maelstrom that he is feeling is nothing to the devastation that his partner must be enduring

    5. After years of enduring these sorts of formal necessities, and the insipid arrogance of some participants whom I've met along the way

    6. “On of these authors (the Fellow that was Pilloryed, I have forgot his Name) is indeed so grave, sententious, dogmatical of a Rogue, that there is no enduring him

    7. misery he was currently enduring (and he’d experienced

    8. was better than the silence they’d been enduring

    9. It was painful, but not nearly as much as what she was enduring

    10. She might as well be dead, enduring month after month of this minimal

    11. Not only did he have a beautiful girl whom he loved very much, but he had also managed to rescue her family from enduring further hardship on the plain

    12. Many chose to stay together rather than face the discomfort of swallowing the tablet dust and enduring the after effects

    13. And try to let all of the pieces of the enduring puzzle arrange themselves of their own accord

    14. I hated to think of the agony that poor animal was enduring, but no one dared move from the assigned position, though the braying cut through the wind sounds and battered our senses

    15. But even more than this I was missing Helen because my love had grown for her it was no longer an adolescent thing but a truly deep enduring love that had seen and nurtured me through hell and back

    16. A gentleman named Lassiter (a precursor to Jack Shaffer"s Shane?) is the most endearing of his heroes, in his most enduring book

    17. One of Shakespeare"s, and one of the Bard"s most enduring characters

    18. ) In twenty campaigns, on a hundred battlefields, around a thousand campfires, I have witnessed that enduring fortitude, that patriotic self-abnegation and that invincible determination which have carved his statue in the hearts of his people

    19. His enduring claim to fame was to admit that he loved individual men, but hated mankind

    20. In addition to his poems, he has left us with two enduring truths

    21. At thirteen, finally reaching the point where he realised such humiliation was not worth enduring, he spoke back

    22. It seemed impossible to realise that the gallant Prince, who had been amongst us in the best of health and spirits, cheerfully enduring the hardships of the campaign only a few short days before, should have fallen a victim to the dreaded malaria

    23. Shirley Dibs later recounted the one enduring memory that would forever haunt her to a newspaper reporter; Edna’s feeble body, ripped to shreds, pieces of her intestines hanging from a gaping wound, laying like a disembowelled child on the blood soaked bed

    24. enduring testimonials of their lives, of their character and dignity as human beings, ―timeless‖ within the subdivisions of Time, its charges, long deceased, companions no more…

    25. Blessing the name of The Lord his God, with enduring trust

    26. Enduring the pain it caused, Beth moved her hands to Herminia’s wrists and gently pulled

    27. We saw the cave that resembles the profile of the devil… and returned enduring once more the whipping punishment of the furious water, which seemed to last interminably… But what a feeling of satisfaction and delight when the lumber float was navigating away from the waterfall! This was a unique experience in life that cannot be lived in any other part of the world that I have the pleasure of knowing

    28. The salty ocean-scent grounded her, made the tumultuous rate of change she was enduring seem solid and real

    29. So it came to pass, the birth of an enduring ritual

    30. One enduring gift is the ability to communicate with each other, and with a few special Humans

    31. I am convinced that we are in another world because of this damn sun and all the trouble I’ve had the displeasure of enduring in this place

    32. By enduring these results, they will come to embody the knowledge of cause and effect

    33. I have found the love of my life and, despite appearances to the contrary, he his a good man and I love him for that goodness, which is so deeply ingrained in his character that he has hung on to it while enduring the unimaginable

    34. There it promotes trust during interactions with other people, and thus the cooperative behavior that lets groups of people live together for the common good…The research is still underway, but one possibility is that the changes occurred around the time our ancestors settled into a system based on enduring bonds between men and women, about 1

    35. It promoted the “trust” reaction about “the time that our ancestors settled into a system based on enduring bonds between men and women

    36. To him, a woman’s voice could be her most endearing, certainly her most enduring, quality

    37. ) Annie became my most enduring friend, my very best friend

    38. He had written that he had arrived safely and was enduring the orientation training much like I had done when I reached the Khanate of the Clouds

    39. Fate was a cruel thing, Lord Robert felt, that it could send Dan Seaton to his very door while he was away enduring the company of men and women who didn’t have soul enough to feel the lure of the mysteries that had drawn the council

    40. Hebrews have died in the cause of religion after enduring torture, more rightly should we younger men die, scorning your cruel

    41. on a tablet the religion of your story, the spectators would not shudder at beholding the mother of seven children enduring for the sake

    42. 10 These also avenged their nation, looking to God, and enduring torments to

    43. released and a more enduring, stable probability state is then realized

    44. enduring, generally affecting the NDEr for the remainder of their life

    45. clearly understood for that brief moment, as well as an enduring feeling of connection with all

    46. How, you might ask, could we as a people after enduring this awful war, muster up any humanity for these countries

    47. That definition will always be helpful to industry novices, and the topic itself will continue to provide enduring value to the blog’s audience over time

    48. In 1984, while Roger was enduring the most disappointing and humbling dejection of his diversified existence, the opportunity presented itself for him to take on a challenge that would eventually revive and transform his life once again

    49. The pain will be unbearable—at least for a few minutes before healing, but that’s nothing compared to the misery the poor being must be enduring in that fire

    50. because past propositions were believed, and that belief will have nothing to do with enduring characteristics of the source itself

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