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  1. Calomel purge I got her for that.
  2. They seemed to purge all trace and.
  3. A Justice Purge is needed in America.
  4. Would he purge his soul from vileness.
  5. Wrob says—to purge the spunk out of.

  6. The stress of the day, he wanted to purge.
  7. And have no time to purge my soul with shrift.
  8. She started to binge and purge again to cope.
  9. Because I was trying to purge the herpes virus.
  10. Doctor Carth remembered the purge Billy spoke of.
  11. He must leave immediately, while the purge was in effect.
  12. I will purge from you the rebels and those who transgress.
  13. What he wanted was a greater pain to purge his wrongdoings.
  14. Herod began his reign with a bloody purge of the Sanhedrin:.
  15. As the preliminary to the aforementioned purge, Savner sent a.

  16. Now do you understand why God said to purge evil out of Israel?
  17. God is working to purge the fear of men out of us and fill us with.
  18. The purge was well under way when Stalin died of a stroke in March 1953.
  19. In the past, I would have succumbed once again to an urge to purge.
  20. What are you doing? As he raised his long sword and purge forward as.
  21. The destruction of the bar had done a little to purge his need for violence.
  22. After the sudden and total destruction of Babylon, in order to purge the rest.
  23. Christ, who through the eternal Spirit offered himself without spot to God, purge.
  24. Spurges (Euphorbiacea): gopher purge, poinsettia are euphorbias and highly poisonous.
  25. Purge me from secret sins and keep back your servant from presumptuous transgression.

  26. There was something we could do together to purge the room of the desecration it had.
  27. The last six months have been a painful process and admittedly, I didn’t purge as.
  28. He kicked again, trying to release some of the pent up rage, trying to purge his guilt.
  29. We have come here to purge those sins far away from the corrupting influence of the city.
  30. A voice—the same that speaks in the headsets—blares through the stadium: Full purge.
  31. She really was trying not to purge but most of the top there was almost no way to stop it.
  32. The purge of the opposition during the last two election cycles was proving very effective.
  33. Ganesh imagined hot steel pressing against his skin before attempting to purge the thought.
  34. We walk out before the shelter’s purge sequence activates and head back to the intersection.
  35. In an instant, he grabbed her spare mouth piece and his, and pressed the center purge button.
  36. She must have thought that it was a creature from hell that was coming after her to purge her sins.
  37. Train hard to keep his anger in check; indulge in the occasional MMA match to purge his aggression.
  38. That is why God commanded to purge that sin and the sinners out of Israel the chosen people of God.
  39. Hidden artifacts beneath the Disciplinarium, curators being killed or driven away as if in a purge.
  40. Windows systems purge entries after two minutes when they are not used to transmit additional datagrams.
  41. They neglected to purge the breeder females, considering them useless except as suppliers of fresh workers.
  42. He reaches deep within himself, preparing to use his powers to purge the temple of this filth and blasphemy.
  43. The new Elite began training just a few months after his original selections had helped him purge the Continent.
  44. She was encouraging him to die, to end the pain and torment, to purge himself of the pain that his life had become.
  45. The body's ceaseless struggle to purge the system of chemicals and toxins affects health in different damaging ways.
  46. It was a miracle indeed to find another believer, another man of God, whose people had survived the Purge so far away.
  47. This purge could empty out the halls of congress, a fair amount of justice, and a fair amount of the executive branch.
  48. Along with my men, I left no stone unturned in my mission to purge the district of all crime and its associated dangers.
  49. However, the point is not to avoid feeling your feelings – but to process and purge them in healthy, constructive ways.
  50. Let us assume the declaration by Hamas that they wanted to purge the land of all Jews was in fact a declaration of war.
  51. The day came when the Scathers decided the herd was once again too large, and set plans in motion to purge half the Ogatu population.
  52. She wiped a stray tear rolling down her cheek as she thought about how this one purge was going to do nothing for her, she's still fat.
  53. It is accepted that Stalin’s purge of the Soviet high command go far to explain Russian disasters in the first days of the campaign.
  54. The Primagnon already knew what was stored in his brain, but for reasons of his own, he wanted the Senator to say it, to purge his mind.
  55. If we purge the duration effect, excess returns over duration-matched Treasuries are less impressive but still smoother than for long credits.
  56. Now, as you try to purge thoughts, you keep his name under lock and key for fear of letting the demon out of the box and melting into a puddle.
  57. By giving birth to her ‘phantom’ child, she was able to purge herself of any negative emotions attached to her desire or longing for a child.
  58. The rewards have been placed in the care of a confident, known only to me and those entrusted with carrying out the purge of these god forsaken souls.
  59. As we move on year by year in this life, we learn that telling doesn't necessarily purge; telling sometimes merely is a reliving, and it's a torment.
  60. Whose fan is in his hand, and he will throughly purge his floor, and will gather the wheat into his garner; but the chaff he will burn with fire unquenchable.
  61. Doctor, she was my life and when I found out what had been done to her, I lost control and this world will remember the Purge of my pain for a very long time.
  62. The vast majority of the Stalin’s Great Purge victims didn’t receive trials, although Stalin did stage some show trials of the most publicly visible victims.
  63. In what appeared to be a determination to purge herself of troublesome thoughts, she had daubed dozens of enormous canvases with angst-ridden outpourings of gloom.
  64. In the years following the Arizona-bank downturn, shorts swarmed after the examiners as they rapped knuckles across the country in the liquidity purge of the 1990s.
  65. Hitler’s purge after the assassination attempt on his life in July 1944 accelerated the decline of the army's officer corps and brought further irreplaceable losses.
  66. Maybe their tribe was older and their customs still clung to the time before the Purge whereas they, the God’s chosen children, had been instructed in different ways.
  67. Here worms were ever reveling on the carcasses of the dead, and fires were ever kept burning to consume the noxious matter and to purge the air from its pestilential stench.
  68. He was loving them in a backwards way, (or at least that is what I call it), to teach, purge, and rid them of the old man, which is inside of each and every one of them and us.
  69. Each person in the Bible, each one of us will have our opportunities in life with trials and tribulations that will be sent our way to teach, strengthen and purge us as with fire.
  70. It seemed after they followed during the purge they had a new respect for the General, and Billy had never been able to find a Commander that did not try to transfer after a few days.
  71. However, the mind does purge unused connections and starts over with another global integration process to give rise to a higher experience of self – the self the Earth is evolving into.
  72. That this venture was ordained to set the captured creature within free, to bring about a nurturing into the spirit of each apostles, to purge us from accepting this life on earth as final.
  73. Scaliger also went to his friend, the village clerk, and had him purge all records of Nostradamus‘ marriage to his daughter, explaining that Nostradamus was not worthy to be related to him.
  74. Therefore most Cretans and the police not only went about their evil business with the Church’s blessing, but also it was one’s religious and moral duty to persecute and purge society of gays.
  75. During the great purge of nineteen-twenty-nine in which Stalin removed and sent many old colleagues and friends to jail or Siberia, Vladimir Komadze was tried as a so-called traitor of the Soviet Union.
  76. Shock waves and plasma balls and thermal motion halters and radiation multipliers and atmospheric purge traps and anti-space-time warheads and… all out general pandemonium is released at your merest whim.
  77. After doing this, the workstation waited for a sign that an active monitor is present on the network, in the form of either an Active Monitor Present (AMP), Standby Monitor Present (SMP), or Ring Purge frame.
  78. Secularists began this epistemic purge by having the reasonably harmless celebration of Christmas recharacterized as something dangerous to one’s mental health or a danger to the nation’s conception of liberty.
  79. My pack was lighter, after all, not only thanks to Albert’s purge but because I no longer needed to carry more than a couple of bottles of water at a time, now that I’d reached a less arid stretch of the trail.
  80. Dictator of the Soviet Union, in the 1930s, Stalin was responsible for the deaths of tens of millions of Soviet citizens, including most of the Red Army officer corps, who were executed in a purge in 1937–38.
  81. Many of those not sentenced to death for failing to purge history and philosophy of things displeasing to the state were sent north to construct what’s considered the first Great Wall to keep out northern invaders.
  82. It is better to give alms than to lay up gold: 9 For alms do deliver from death and shall purge away all sin; those who exercise alms and righteousness shall be filled with life: 10 But those who sin are enemies to their own life.
  83. Those that will lay their life down, walk away from it, and follow Jesus as He walks us through every trial, every tribulation, and anything else that it takes to purge us and temper us into His Life and Arms, are those that are cradled in His arms of Peace.
  84. With such efficiency and by having full knowledge of all of the criminal elements in the quarter he was able to purge the area of all the crimes that were prevalent at the time: robbery, plundering, violence and other violations which might escalate into serious offences or even murder.
  85. Mine was still the biggest pack of the bunch—hiking solo, I had to carry things that those who hiked in pairs could divvy up, and I didn’t have the ultralight confidence or skills that Greg did—but in comparison to how my pack had been before Albert helped me purge it, it was so light I felt I could leap into the air.
  86. Moreover, people addicted to love of such a self-sacrificing order are invariably proud of their love, exacting, jealous, distrustful, and—strange to tell—anxious that the object of their adoration should incur perils (so that they may save it from calamity, and console it thereafter) and even be vicious (so that they may purge it of its vice).
  87. If the contention process did not complete within one second or if the workstation became the active monitor (see Token Ring Monitors later in this chapter) and initiated a ring purge that did not complete within one second, or if the workstation received a MAC Beacon or Remove Station frame, the connection to the MAU failed to open, and the insertion was unsuccessful.
  88. Did you think about how easily someone that could travel through time could go kill the members of the royal family in the past and then seize power in the Imperium? Remember the big purge that King Stan had to do six years ago to get rid of that bastard of General Veck and of his collection of minions, and that just before Veck and his Ministry of Security could conduct a coup against the King.
  89. Department of Justice DOJ, the media, the CIA, all branches of government, the JCS, big Oil, Defense industries, and banking/stock market to join in a purge to admit to their complicity in the assassination of John Kennedy and or the cover-up of the assassination of JFK, plus the membership in the corporatocracy historically and into the present all appointments made in federal jobs and otherwise.
  90. That it was the union of an 'Eternal Spirit’ with the humanity which imparted its sacrificial efficacy to the 'blood of the lamb, the New Testament plainly declares: 'For if the blood of bulls and of goats, and the ashes of a heifer, sprinkling the unclean, sanctifeth to the purifying of the flesh, how much more shall the blood of Christ, who through the (an) Eternal Spirit offered Himself without spot to God, purge your conscience from dead works to serve the living God?’ (Heb.
  91. And they are supported by the whole body of apostolic teaching; as in the statements of the epistle to the Hebrews, that 'He has put away sin by the sacrifice of Himself;’—that 'by His own blood He has obtained eternal redemption for us;’—that 'the blood of Christ, who through the Eternal Spirit offered himself without spot to God, shall purge our conscience from dead works to serve the Living God;’—that 'Christ was once offered to bear the sins of many;’—that 'this man has offered one sacrifice for sins forever,’ having 'by one offering perfected forever them that are sanctified,’—having (Col.
  1. What a purging out!.
  2. It symbolizes evidence of the purging.
  3. This purging is described in Daniel 11:32-35:.
  4. He felt like he should be ill, as if purging the.
  5. Fire has always represented cleansing and purging.
  6. Committed to purging the line about free will to.
  7. We gain true power through purging ourselves of self interest.
  8. Ablution: The act of cleaning or washing something; purging by water.
  9. If you notice the scan of the teeth, you will see the signs of purging.
  10. America’s purging of illegals had already hardened millions of hearts.
  11. And this is a form of spiritual personal purging and ‘purification’.
  12. Lenin called for the purging from Russian land of all kinds of harmful insects.
  13. A great and wonderful shudder within their spirits, to the purging of their souls!.
  14. The purging in verses 2 and 3 is both of water and fire, in that order, both these are.
  15. The clams think they are being fed and end up purging any sand that was in their shell.
  16. They aroused the feelings of fear and pity in the audience and aimed at purging these emotions.
  17. Millstone–Another symbol for a cleansing, purging, and refining crucible that causes a certain.
  18. Shorty Hunt wrote long letters home, purging his anxiety by leaving it behind on pieces of paper.
  19. There is also evidence of the systematic purging of references to the feminine aspect or consort of.
  20. Exploring the pain, guilt, shame, and anger relating to the sexual abuse can help greatly in purging those old.
  21. And so, by the dog of Egypt, we have been unconsciously purging the State, which not long ago we termed luxurious.
  22. The reading was the tale of Sodom and Gomorrah and plenty of old testament tearing of clothes and purging of evil.
  23. Max and James prepared themselves, by purging their bodies with the pure oxygen, and then dived under the hull together.
  24. Thinking then that the mark to be achieved, was achieved, and little did I know that much more purging was mine to be had.
  25. Instead of purging, it festered, and his hands gripped everything in sight, tossing it into whatever would cause the most damage.
  26. Why do I almost always whine and cry before I come to realize that it is you that is purging me from this unclean way of life?
  27. They convey the idea, not of the destruction of sin, but of the sinner; not of the purging away of wickedness, but of the utter death of the wicked man.
  28. Fan: Work of the flesh to imitate a cool breeze of the Spirit; division of the impure and pure; Christ’s fan in one’s hand: purging His threshing floor.
  29. It is the purging of all and any negative emotion, the purging of all and any mental toxins such as resentment, jealousy and obsession which literally poison the mind.
  30. He was better suited to follow the dictates that came down to his municipality, after the abolition of the monarchy, to conduct a ritual purging of the signs of ancient servitude.
  31. Weak people would be made weaker by bleeding; starved people would be made thinner by purging; wounds would be covered with poultices made of animal dung to encourage the body to produce pus.
  32. The truck came to a stop in front of the group of people with a purging puff of compressed air being let out, releasing the spring-coils that hold the brakes in place when the hand-brake is pulled.
  33. Can you believe how awkward it must be this time of year? His entire clan sitting in the Notre Dame section while he’s with us in the visitor’s section, purging his hatred for his father? Ha!.
  34. Unfortunately, Kaitswyrth continued to enjoy the confidence of Sedryk Zavyr, the Army of Glacierheart’s intendant, and the Inquisition because of his fiery devotion to purging the Republic of all heresy.
  35. Let us conclude this matter with an analogy derived from one of the passages given to us by The Messiah: Mark 7: 19 Because it entereth not into his heart, but into the belly, and goeth out into the draught, purging all meats?
  36. Though this research is a historical one, still lasting till now, but it serves as a witness that certifies the indications of the Hour in which our Master Jesus Christ, the Messiah, shall come during or immediately after the purging World War.
  37. Since the shape of the yield curve reflects the market’s expectations of future rate changes as well as the required BRP, some alternative measures (see below) try to isolate the BRP component by purging the rate expectation component from the YC.
  38. For he was so much bigger than she was, so wonderful in the way he had triumphed over diseased thinking, and his wholesomeness would spread over her too, a purging, disinfecting influence, if only he would let her talk, if only he would help her to laugh.
  39. On the other hand some followers of Christianity would describe purgatory as being the spiritual process that invokes the purification and purging of transgressions through personal Self reflection, increased awareness, and as a result of this, Self improvement.
  40. She knew it would have been perhaps difficult to get them to run in this manner, but thought if she had had them a little longer and had thoroughly revised her plan, purging it of science and filling them up instead with different forms of wildness, she might eventually have induced them to.
  41. If we put aside the hour of death, and that of the Doom, and we settle for the hour in which the Messiah Master 'Jesus Christ' (pth) will return, we shall find that the statement 'the World War' or 'the Coming Nuclear War' is a naming for the purging war: yet the Hour is their appointed time.
  42. It is more than two hundred years since Lord Bacon recommended this method of study, to which the civilized nations owe the greater part of their prosperity and the more valuable part of their knowledge; purging the mind from narrow prejudices and denominated theories more effectually than by the keenest irony; calling the attention of men from heaven to earth more successfully by surprising experiments than by the most forcible demonstrations of their ignorance; educating the inventive faculties more powerfully by the near prospect of useful discoveries thrown open to all, than by talk of bringing to light the innate laws of our mind.
  43. To take him in the purging of his soul,.
  1. You need to be purged.
  2. Are burnt and purged away.
  3. Or he purged the phone.
  4. Thus the city was purged.
  5. He hesitated and was purged.
  7. The wicked purged, and the penitent purified.
  8. With this act, all your faults will be purged.
  9. Declaring that the mind and senses are purged by constant remem-.
  10. The devil! yet she has been purged, and from the moment that the.
  11. Throughout history, the Catholic Church has purged whole sections of.
  12. Some of them were sabered and the Kremlin was purged of their presence.
  13. About that time, in the fall of ‘98, Chabraja had purged GD’s last.
  14. Some of them were sabered and the Krémlin was purged of their presence.
  15. And he is purged of all the poisons within him, both physical and emotional.
  16. We need to be completely purged of anything and everything that is not of God.
  17. With my bare hands I purged myself of the horror and freed myself of the 131.
  18. We are as God’s remnant, being purged of the flesh and all that pertains to it.
  19. Rather, the belief had to be forcibly rooted out and purged, as was accomplished.
  20. Horthy took control of Hungary and purged the country of Communists and Communist.
  21. Glacia disappeared, and Lucas has ten seconds to find a Hologis before he’s purged.
  22. Most of what people call history is filled with purged accounts of what actually happened.
  23. Useful to the Enthilesté who purged that system, but put there by the Captain of the Tahoe.
  24. You’ve been purified, purged of all wrong-doing, and are clean, pure as a newborn infant.
  25. The Blood Curse had been purged from the land and the fields around Stonegard were green and lush.
  26. It will be his best chance for survival should they notice you have not been purged of your bonds.
  27. Mostly, he would not have to worry again about being purged and ending up in jail or being executed.
  28. The human Mind is ―similar‖ to a filing cabinet whose stored files (or memories) are periodically purged.
  29. However, caches must be purged eventually, and there is a fine line between effective and ineffective caching.
  30. He set his houseplants out on the curb, for neighbors to take, and purged the bathroom of anything with an expiration date.
  31. And he laid it on my mouth, and said, note, this has touched your lips; and your iniquity is taken away, and your sin purged.
  32. He wanted it more than anything, and knew he would continue to want it even after the brandy had been purged from his system.
  33. But even before he could shout, the priest had purged forward and extended all ten of his fingers like hooks and strangled his.
  34. It is part of that "damnosa haereditas" which Rome has bequeathed to our Church, and which has never been completely purged away.
  35. Instantly purged by its holiness—spiritualized by its unselfishness—she began to wonder if the fault did not lie with herself.
  36. God alone, is of a higher order, for charity of this kind implies a total surrender by a mind that has been purged of all cravings.
  37. From then on, the Ogatu, as the Scathers called them, were purged every hundred years in hopes that the problem would not reappear.
  38. In the two dreams on the other side of the redemption and enlightening of the kingdom, we saw sin purged and carried away to Shinar.
  39. If caches are purged too quickly, the number of requests sent to the root name and top-level domain servers increases precipitously.
  40. Lord shall have washed away the filth of the daughters of Zion, and shall have purged the blood of Jerusalem from the midst of it by.
  41. The first photo had been taken in Crete, and revealed the shocking and ruthless cruelty in which stray dogs were purged from society.
  42. Hot water stings Billy's skin, restoring a sense of substance to the day and he feels as though he is being purged of sins, being exorcised.
  43. After a couple months, and a titanic rubbish heap of silliness and inanity purged from my mind and heart, she at last said she would marry me.
  44. However, many officers that Sokolovsky admired had been purged in the past by Stalin, falsely accused of treason and then tortured and executed.
  45. He Himself then having purged away the sins of the people showed them the paths of life by giving them the law which He received from His Father.
  46. I have been at the same healthy weight of 125 pounds for several years now and have not binged, purged, starved or eaten anything that I didn't like.
  47. O let thy Spirit witness with their spirits, that they are the children of God; and by the blood of Christ let them be purged from an evil conscience.
  48. He himself had often feared the day when Stalin would judge that his competence made him a possible rival for power and would have him purged as well.
  49. Barefoot, naked and alone, each weekend he purged himself of the contamination of other people and returned to civilization brimming with self respect.
  50. I declare that my mind is renewed by the power of thy word, and the blood of Jesus has purged my conscience of every dead works, so that I may do thy will.
  51. He had arrived, not quite so far along the timeline as when he’d been so ungraciously purged from it, but to that time when he would have been a young boy.
  52. Many will be purged, purified and refined, but the wicked will act wickedly; and none of the wicked will understand, but those who have insight will understand.
  53. I turned to my priest and he told me that it was lust and that the sooner I purged myself of it the better, he even gave me some useful hints and tips to follow.
  54. Animals in this society were either seen as vermin (such as the many stray dogs and cats) or as despised dumb creatures that must be treated or purged with heinous cruelty.
  55. I was confused and thought that if accounts needed to be purged, they could have been printed out and stored, with an index of the account numbers on some kind of storage disk.
  56. That which we look for in Christ is free, but the growth sometimes comes with a cost of our ‘old man’; being either laid down, or purged away by the blessings of persecutions, etc.
  57. But please understand that the Abraham Lincoln chased you over the Pacific high seas in the belief it was hunting some powerful marine monster, which had to be purged from the ocean at all cost.
  58. We are being taught, tempered, and purged of the ‘old man’, and are to be found worthy to take possession through Love, by His most wonderful, beautiful and worthy Son Joshua, now called Jesus.
  59. Folks, we are being purged in these last days, the Holy Spirit is tearing down strong-holds, and many are being prepared by that same Spirit, to come to God and His Christ by Faith, not by our hands.
  60. Though it was everything to do with their wealth, if these two were not purged out by the Lord, their off spring also will become robbers and Christian Church of Jesus Christ would have been closed down long time ago.
  61. Thanks to an idiot order in the late �50s, thought to be from a certain SAC general who believed himself a fighter pilot, the USAF had purged all heavy weapons from the AP inventory leaving them with little else than the.
  62. All accurate, and honest historical accounts of what happened throughout human history have been regularly and systematically purged, and wiped out of history books, twisted, changed, covered up, rewritten, whitewashed, and reversed.
  63. My gods are all sweet things and all fine things, said Ingram, convinced at the moment that he had never done anything but worship gods of that particular flavour, so thoroughly was he being purged by the hyssop of life in Kökensee.
  64. Like jockeys, coxswains often went to extraordinary lengths to keep their weight down—they starved themselves, they purged, they exercised compulsively, they spent long hours in the steam room trying to sweat off an extra pound or two.
  65. We have plumbed to the depths of their newly forming souls, and can, without reservation, state that their eyes are clear, their minds are open, their bodies and spirits are purged and prepared for the reformations ahead of them on the journey.
  66. My called-out-ones are still in the wilderness, eating manna, drinking of My Rock, being protected by My clouds, being purged of the ‘old man’, and wandering, being prepared, to be prepared to cross that river Jordan, to that place where I reign supreme.
  67. By this, therefore, shall the iniquity of Jacob be purged: and this is all the fruit to take away his sin, when he maketh all the stones of the altar as chalkstones that are beaten in sunder, so that the idols and images shall not stand up, Isaiah 27:9.
  68. Initial reports based on informants within the Ministry and the Disciplinarium seem to agree that for an unfathomable reason the Patriarch ordered that the Arch-minister be purged of his office, as well as denouncing his piousness the Castigator a traitor ex absentia.
  69. Resolved, That Nathaniel Rounsavell, now in the custody of the Sergeant-at-Arms of this House, for a contempt of its authority in not answering the questions propounded to him by order of the House, having submitted to answer, and purged himself from the contempt, be discharged from said confinement.
  70. Lord, set bounds to this sickness, and say, Hitherto it shall come, and no further: Let it not prevail to extremity, but in measure when it shooteth forth do thou debate, and stay thy rough wind in the day of thine east wind; and by this let iniquity be purged, and let this be all the fruit, even the taking away of sin.
  71. That was because, as the general thought, the next letter was to be l, that is to say, Jeanne D'Arc, according to his idea, intended to say that souls would recognize each other only after they had been purged of everything mundane, or something to that effect, and that therefore the next letter ought to be l (posl, i.
  72. She was afraid then to look too long at herself in the mirror; afraid of her own shadow; she was afraid of being hungry, so she ate; she was afraid of feeling full, so she purged; she was afraid of getting fat, so she starved; she was afraid of getting skinny, so she ate again; she was afraid of fear, so she acted as if.
  73. Moreo’er, he swore that tho’ Apothecaries, Physicians, and Surgeons might scoff, the Lime would one Day be seen as a Cure-All beyond any on Land or Sea, for entire Crews of Ships had perish’d that might have been sav’d by this simple Fruit and instead they were cupp’d and blooded, purged, and cover’d with Leeches.
  74. And what happens? if he do nothing else, and holds no converse with the Muses, does not even that intelligence which there may be in him, having no taste of any sort of learning or enquiry or thought or culture, grow feeble and dull and blind, his mind never waking up or receiving nourishment, and his senses not being purged of their mists?
  75. Our lives are ordained for certain trials and many tribulations, and this walk, this trip to Tarsus, we must have, before each is readied for that intimate relationship, an understanding that each day, all of us are being purged of the old man within, and until we realize this, and our focus has narrowed to Him, we still travel in this life seeing through a darkened glass.
  76. John 4:10, Romans 6:23, Ephesians 2:8, 2Timothy 1:6, John 3:16 Because The Father willed it, The Son is the invisible image of the invisible Father: Hebrews 1:3 Who being the brightness of his glory, and the express image of his person, and upholding all things by the word of his power, when he had by himself purged our sins, sat down on the right hand of the Majesty on high.
  77. Now that the world has been purged of the unrepentant… well mostly,.
  1. And it swallows me, purges me through.
  2. They heard rumours about purges to come.
  3. Soviet purges, directed the arrests, torture and deaths of 65.
  4. In this manner, Shame acts as a cleansing agent that purges Guilt.
  5. Hungarian Communists who had fled to the USSR survived Stalin’s purges.
  6. Hitler’s, Stalin’s and Mao’s purges combined, were to pale in comparison.
  7. Yet another form of addiction is bulimia, in which an individual overeats, then purges.
  8. Tom was the archangel who purges mankind with holy thunderbolts, without even getting out of breath.
  9. Stalin’s purges and outdated tactical know-how was a key factor in the opening days of Barbarossa.
  10. He needs to review with care his policies, especially concerning his bloody, excessive internal purges.
  11. Stalin had just completed the purges of his army, and had been largely humiliated at the hands of tiny Finland.
  12. As oftentimes occurs with old age, however, such purges, or memory losses are random and short-termed rather than time sequential.
  13. After all, what was the use of such purges if one took up the old threads? The marionettes’ function was primarily to prevent actual crime.
  14. This could turn out to be very dirty and could even turn into a civil war, with at the minimum massive political purges among the ranks of the CCP.
  15. It was during the days of Stalin’s purges, and eventually he had fallen out of favour with the village council, and the whole family had been forced to move.
  16. Without Mao’s bloody purges and reign of Terror, and mass famines and starvations: the people of China are even unhappier now than when they were under his rule.
  17. Somewhere between 500,000 and 800,000 people were killed in these purges, though the rich capitalists usually had to pay crippling fines: Their money was much more useful to the regime than their deaths.
  18. Would Steinbeck have been so high on collectivism, had he known the grizzly facts of the Gulag and the purges? The Soviet press was controlled by the Party, and there was only one party—the Communist Party (CP).
  19. How can this be done, you wonder? In past Mama spank! purges of man's evils on earth, fire, ice, wind and flood were called on to do the job, Each of those methods was guaranteed to leave enough left to start up again after the dust (or ashes) settled, but since total annihilation is necessary this time around, she's decided to use all of the above.
  20. And therefore our politic Asclepius may be supposed to have exhibited the power of his art only to persons who, being generally of healthy constitution and habits of life, had a definite ailment; such as these he cured by purges and operations, and bade them live as usual, herein consulting the interests of the State; but bodies which disease had penetrated through and through he would not have attempted to cure by gradual processes of evacuation and infusion: he did not want to lengthen out good-for-nothing lives, or to have weak fathers begetting weaker sons; --if a man was not able to live in the ordinary way he had no business to cure him; for such a cure would have been of no use either to himself, or to the State.

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