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1. I consecrate this house.
2. He must consecrate himself.
3. And consecrate their gold.
4. For consecrate to me he fell.
5. To whom we used to consecrate.
6. O Mary, my mother, I consecrate myself to your IMMACULTE HEART.
7. Consecrate: To regard as set apart; separated for holy purposes.

8. Consecrate this day and live through me, that all may sing Your praise.
9. Chase away your idle fears; to you alone do I consecrate my life and my endeavours for contentment.
10. Those who consecrate their lives self-sacrificingly to the service of humanity are regarded as the best men.
11. He must consecrate himself to the service of the highest that is within himself, obeying the voice of the soul.
12. We must consecrate that which we believe to be the most holy, and that 'which is the most holy will be the most useful.
13. We cannot dedicate, we cannot consecrate, we cannot hallow this ground … the kids were reciting in a pitch that was close to screaming.
14. Ironing: Difference in wrinkled matters; to consecrate; the correction of God through a pressing and heated trial; working out problem relationships;.
15. When was Hallow’s Eve first created? In the 7th century… when Pope Boniface took over the Pantheon of Rome: a temple built to house and consecrate all the Roman and Greek Gods.
16. Not only was he able to consecrate himself to God as a hermit in the Salesian family, he was able to pronounce his vows in the presence of one of the founders, and in a Visitation monastery chapel.
17. His purpose was to consecrate an already functioning group of Followers of the Way, which probably had been started by the Apostle Paul, although that interpretation has more recently come under challenge.
18. Few are those who purify their love for God up to a level where God responds their love and fewer are those who would take proper care of God’s response and consecrate themselves in total up to a level where God owns their love.
19. Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, truly present in the Holy Eucharist, I consecrate my body and soul to be entirely one with your heart, being sanctified at every instant on all alters of the world and giving praise to the Father, pleading for the coming of his kingdom.
20. The background, you see, was perfectly satisfactory; exactly what a cottage background should be on an autumn night when outside a wet mist is hanging like a grey curtain across the window panes; and Tussie arriving at nine o'clock to help consecrate the new life with Shakespeare felt, as he opened the door and walked out of the darkness into the rosy, cosy little room, that he need not after all worry himself with doubts as to the divine girl's being comfortable.
21. Everything tends to show that his convelescence will be brief; and who knows even if at our next village festivity we shall not see our good Hippolyte figuring in the bacchic dance in the midst of a chorus of joyous boon-companions, and thus proving to all eyes by his verve and his capers his complete cure? Honour, then, to the generous savants! Honour to those indefatigable spirits who consecrate their vigils to the amelioration or to the alleviation of their kind! Honour, thrice honour! Is it not time to cry that the blind shall see, the deaf hear, the lame walk? But that which fanaticism formerly promised to its elect, science now accomplishes for all men.
22. That chosen heroes consecrate,.
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1. No,—I exaggerate; I never thought there was any consecrating.
2. A TEAM OF volunteers from the town had cleared an acre of rough woodland on the far side of the river, and Godwyn was in the process of consecrating the new land as a cemetery.
3. Human survival is in great measure dependent on consecrating the human will to the choosing of those values selected by this spirit-value sorter -- the indwelling interpreter and unifier.
4. In a twist of irony, these Lambs of Christ saved the Colosseum from complete ruin when Pope Benedict XIV AD 1740–58 stopped (any further) spoliation by consecrating the Colosseum to the Passion of Christ, in commemoration of the martyrs’ blood shed there.
5. But he had a chivalrous nature (was not the disinterested service of woman among the ideal glories of old chivalry?): his disregarded love had not turned to bitterness; its death had made sweet odors—floating memories that clung with a consecrating effect to Dorothea.
6. Grace being said,—for those people have their grace as well as we—though Queequeg told me that unlike us, who at such times look downwards to our platters, they, on the contrary, copying the ducks, glance upwards to the great Giver of all feasts—Grace, I say, being said, the High Priest opens the banquet by the immemorial ceremony of the island; that is, dipping his consecrated and consecrating fingers into the bowl before the blessed beverage circulates.
1. United, consecrated prayer will move.
2. Consecrated, sacred, and blessed, about to be.
3. Woman ancient and consecrated by use, draw near that I.
4. It is to their memory that the arts are thus consecrated.
5. One cannot desecrate that which has never been consecrated.
6. This statue had been consecrated by Kyabje Trijang Rinpoche (the.
7. Brother Powell was a consecrated man, and with this I shall close.
8. Make sure there is no objection to her burial on consecrated land.
9. Ryan never got a penny but he consecrated his pains to the Lord.
10. Impossible to profane a sacred and consecrated object like a bishop.
11. The last he had heard was that she had been consecrated by the bishop.
12. And the consecrated things were six hundred oxen and three thousand sheep.
13. It seemed as though there were no "consecrated things" for those young men.
14. She has to be buried in consecrated ground, I don't care what anyone says.
15. Priests the sons of Aaron, that are consecrated to burn incense: go out of.
16. Harlot: A woman consecrated or devoted to prostitution for abominable worship.
17. It now looked quite different than it did on the day it was first consecrated.
18. They found the object beneath a triple linen cloth, like some consecrated paten.
19. The early Romans were politically devoted and sublimely consecrated individuals.
20. The key word here is "consecrated," which means to make sacred, to set apart as.
21. The church was completed and consecrated under the abbacy of Ralph de Lamley, in 1233.
22. He was a wholly consecrated mortal, unreservedly dedicated to doing his Father's will.
23. Do not speak a word of love unless five senses in you fully become consecrated to God.
24. The garment was accursed, Joshua 7:15, but the silver and gold were consecrated to God.
25. Caris realized that Merthin had remained single until she had been consecrated as a nun.
26. Yet, he hid not fall into depression, or despair, but rather consecrated on playing self.
27. And the day and the strength were consecrated to labor, and that labor was its own reward.
28. That my love will cause holy vocations consecrated to God among its loved ones and friends.
29. Across the river, the gravediggers were already at work in another newly consecrated cemetery.
30. All hollow places are consecrated and regarded as sacred: because they live inside these places.
31. You can not be called a lover of God until five instincts in you fully become consecrated to God.
32. He had the air of a man who had consecrated himself to certain death for the sake of his country.
33. Ought the consecrated bread and wine in the Lord's Sapper to be elevated, adored, and worshipped?
34. But whoever is consecrated to eat any of these, not intending to sin or transgress, incurs no guilt.
35. Man, nevertheless, spread his snares, consecrated by intelligence, and finally conquered these monsters.
36. Shewbread: Consecrated unleavened bread ritually placed by the Jewish priests on a table in the sanctuary.
37. He would equally condemn the irreligious pauper and commend the consecrated and worshipful man of wealth.
38. The hospital was to be consecrated by the bishop on Whit Sunday, which was always seven weeks after Easter.
39. An eighty-year-old Italian laborer danced and spun his wife across the magnificent consecrated piazza of St.
40. He has forbidden you carrion, and blood, and the flesh of swine, and anything consecrated to other than God.
41. He says: "when Imran's wife said: oh, my Provider! I vow that which is in my womb to be consecrated to You".
42. Sexual expression was forbidden except for the consecrated act of husband and wife in an effort to procreate.
43. Every petition that is presented before the altar of God in favor of the church, the pope and consecrated souls.
44. Let it sit overnight in a silver bowl that has been consecrated to the Goddess Supreme, then mix the blood with it.
45. A stone shall be consecrated in his name in the Library’s great hall of knowledge, and his name and legacy will live on.
46. Abbot Francis: My dear Brother Matthew, by water and the Holy Sprit you have already been consecrated to God’s service.
47. Ganid, I have absolute confidence in my heavenly Father's overcare; I am consecrated to doing the will of my Father in heaven.
48. All ministers of Christ must be regularly called and appointed to their office, and are consecrated by the sacrament of orders.
49. I don't say this with the intention of disparaging this latest "triumph of marine architecture"--to use the consecrated phrase.
50. Christians were instructed to bury them in a carefully specified ritual; the saved in consecrated ground, the unforgiven elsewhere.
51. Felix religiously obeyed the instructions of Li, and consecrated his life by a vow to the relief of human misery wherever he found it.
52. But all the silver, and gold, and vessels of brass and iron, are consecrated unto the LORD: they shall come into the treasury of the LORD.
53. He wanted to leave mankind only the memory of a human life dedicated to the high spiritual ideal of being consecrated to doing the Father's will.
54. Table: Altar; spiritual food that is consecrated; priestly communion with God and one another; covenant; needs being met; place of surrender and.
55. He was God’s priest, consecrated to the Inquisition, sworn to eradicate heresy and to smite the heretic with the full power of Schueler’s sword.
56. In the chapel I laid a consecrated mantle, sewn from holy snake-skins on the altar, then placed fresh holly with deep red berry bunches on top of it.
57. Your kind is always hungry and looking for a fresh soul to inhabit, but it does not give you the authority to consume what has been consecrated to God.
58. They say the Chapel was built on consecrated ground, dedicated to a hideous god of unknown regions who wears a hooded robe to hide his facial features.
59. The sacramental vases, the images, all the monuments consecrated by the piety of the faithful, were pillaged or dragged ignominiously about the streets.
60. And you expect me to turn consecrated priests over to you to be murdered, is that it? Searing anger burned in the question, but Sahmyrsyt only nodded.
61. With Desiree' spending much of her time resting, Hella Dracon has told me that Desiree's first child must be consecrated to her service, but Desiree' has refused.
62. It was hardly fair that the sanctity of the spot should be disturbed, and the owner of the consecrated ground would have been much upset, had he found it marred.
63. But in respect of the sacred use whereunto they are consecrated, such a change is made that now they differ as much from common bread and wine as heaven from earth.
64. I wondered if the Spaniards would have murdered those Indians in their feathered headdresses for doing that on consecrated ground two centuries ago or three or four.
65. If it should turn out that he was freed from all danger of disgrace—if he could breathe in perfect liberty—his life should be more consecrated than it had ever been before.
66. The first was the belief that Jews killed Christian children to obtain their blood for Passover matzos, and the second was that Jews desecrated the consecrated communion wafer.
67. If the Holy Spirit is not present, the highest show of reverence for the consecrated bread and wine in the Lord's Supper is useless formality, and completely worthless in God's sight.
68. The Abbot of Aberbrothwick possessed a peculiar privilege, the origin of which is in some measure associated with the Culdees—the custody of the Brecbennach, or consecrated banner of St.
69. I helped lead them into the path of righteousness and their blood that was spilled consecrated the ground of this place, even as the lives lost have an eternal resting place in glory with their Creator.
70. Sunday was, indeed, a day of great refreshing, there being before us eight adults to be welcomed into the Church of Christ, and seven children, in the arms of parents and god-parents, to be consecrated to Him.
71. But death had touched it and consecrated it, bringing out delicate modelings and purity of outline never seen before—doing what life and love and great sorrow and deep womanhood joys might have done for Ruby.
72. Yet, that "mere machine of murder," rude as it is, was the manufacturer of all the Cæsars, and Cromwells, and Bonapartes, of the earth; consecrated by a people's curse, not loud but deep, to the infernal gods.
73. Being in the presence of the Blessed Sacrament, as you wonderful folks call the consecrated bread in the oratory tabernacle, and immersed in the spiritual energy of this place, was very helpful in gaining clarity.
74. Spanish victim of loyalty and attachment to the sacred cause of legitimacy, who has given with his blood, consecrated his fortune, evverything, to defend that cause, and to-day finds himself in the greatest missery.
75. The terribleness of being aware that his hands were twitching to shake--hands which he acutely knew should be laid on no one except in blessing, consecrated hands, divinely appointed to bless and then dismiss in peace.
76. This afternoon at five they had met and parted in his studio, a sundering of friendship by mutual consent, with adieux into which both had tried to put feeling enough to justify the hours they had consecrated to each other.
77. But on the other hand we may truly say that every step in human progress has been in the same direction, and that in the course of ages the idea of marriage and of the family has been more and more defined and consecrated.
78. Like him who perverts the revenues of some pious foundation to profane purposes, he pays the wages of idleness with those funds which the frugality of his forefathers had, as it were, consecrated to the maintenance of industry.
79. But, if my life were not to be still consecrated to you, or if my marriage were so arranged as that it would part us, even by the length of a few of these streets, I should be more unhappy and self-reproachful now than I can tell you.
80. But it would be difficult to convey to those who never heard him utter the word "business," the peculiar tone of fervid veneration, of religious regard, in which he wrapped it, as a consecrated symbol is wrapped in its gold-fringed linen.
81. I would that our farmers when they cut down a forest felt some of that awe which the old Romans did when they came to thin, or let in the light to, a consecrated grove (lucum conlucare), that is, would believe that it is sacred to some god.
82. But, much to the disappointment of the crowd, this latter business was broken off by the interposition of the town beadle, who had no idea of permitting the majesty of the law to be violated by such an abuse of one of its consecrated places.
83. Think not that I have come to bring peace but rather a soul struggle? True, after we pay the price of dedication to the Father's will, we do experience great peace provided we continue to walk in these spiritual paths of consecrated living.
84. Happening to call one evening when Céline did not expect me, I found her out; but it was a warm night, and I was tired with strolling through Paris, so I sat down in her boudoir; happy to breathe the air consecrated so lately by her presence.
85. There are the Galileos, Brunos, Homers, Michael Angelos, Beethovens, and all the lesser learned men and artists, who have consecrated their entire lives to the service of science and art, and who were, and will remain, the benefactors of mankind.
86. Most women of twenty-four have had some experience of love as a passion; they have known its fullness or its blight, or more often still, they have frittered it away in successive flirtations, but with Deena it had come as a revelation and been consecrated to one.
87. With her previous Oscar nominations in 2015 and 2016 for the Supporting Actress in a Drama award, first for ‘CROSSROADS’ and then for ‘AVENGERS 2’, this nomination and her last movie had definitely consecrated her career as a respected and sought after actress.
88. Considering that the said law is an act of resistance to the arbitrary pretensions consecrated by; the British Orders in Council, and a formal refusal to adhere to a system invading the independence of neutral powers and of their flag; we have ordered, and do decree, as follows:.
89. What do you mean by alarming the citadel at this time of night consecrated to me? Do you think I am ever caught napping at such an hour, and that I have not got lungs and a larynx as well as yourself? Boo-hoo, boo-hoo, boo-hoo! It was one of the most thrilling discords I ever heard.
90. The religion of Jesus does, indeed, dominate and transform its believers, demanding that men dedicate their lives to seeking for a knowledge of the will of the Father in heaven and requiring that the energies of living be consecrated to the unselfish service of the brotherhood of man.
91. All of them, besides, are oppressed with a numerous race of mendicant friars, whose beggary being not only licensed but consecrated by religion, is a most grievous tax upon the poor people, who are most carefully taught that it is a duty to give, and a very great sin to refuse them their charity.
92. Brother Laimuyl was more than thirty years younger than Cahnyr, but age was no more protection against the healer’s tyranny than the fact that he was a mere lay brother whereas Cahnyr was a consecrated archbishop who’d become the second ranking member of the Reformist Siddarmarkian episcopate.
93. With very few exceptions, all the greatest, ablest, and most learned English theologians of every school of thought, for three hundred years, have agreed in maintaining that there is no real corporal presence of Christ's natural body and blood in the consecrated bread and wine in the Lord's Supper.
94. And they withstood Uzziah the king, and said unto him, It appertaineth not unto thee, Uzziah, to burn incense unto the LORD, but to the priests the sons of Aaron, that are consecrated to burn incense: go out of the sanctuary; for thou hast trespassed; neither shall it be for thine honour from the LORD God.
95. Dorothea had observed the animus with which Will's part in the painful story had been recalled more than once; but she had uttered no word, being checked now, as she had not been formerly in speaking of Will, by the consciousness of a deeper relation between them which must always remain in consecrated secrecy.
96. But it may be feared that there lies in the minds of many who attach immense value to fasting communion, a vague belief that the consecrated bread and wine which we receive are in some mysterious way not real bread and wine, and ought not therefore to be mixed with other food in our bodies! Such a belief cannot be praised.
97. Does not the Church Catechism say that the "body and blood of Christ are verily and indeed taken and received by the faithful in the Lord's Supper"? Do not the words "verily and indeed" mean that, in the judgment of those who drew up the Catechism, there is a real corporal presence of Christ's natural body and blood in the consecrated bread and wine?
98. Paul was altogether convinced that he himself had been changed by the power of the Holy Spirit, and taught to live a new life,�that a holy life, devoted and consecrated to Christ, was the wisest, happiest life a man could live, that the favour of God was a thousand times better than the favour of man,�and that nothing was too much to do for Him who had loved him and given Himself for him.
99. But when he took up the mighty task to which he consecrated his life, and was left to grapple with illiteracy, superstition and the needs of a benighted and down-trodden people, knotty questions in theology no longer vexed him, for he recognized that there was but one all-sufficient solvent for the dark problems which thrust themselves into the foreground, and that was the redemptive power of the Gospel of Christ.
100. When he was impelled, by the accumulation of his emotional conflicts, to seek relief in self-expression, he invariably sought the advice and received the unwise consolation of his unspiritual relatives or those chance acquaintances who were either indifferent, or actually hostile, to the welfare and progress of the spiritual realities of the heavenly kingdom, of which he was one of the twelve consecrated ambassadors on earth.
1. It is a torture which consecrates.
2. Is the minister who consecrates the bread and wine in the Lord's Supper a priest?
3. Does any change take place in the bread and wine when the minister consecrates them in the Lord's Supper?
4. The man who consecrates his life to sensual acts is ever performing acts that depend on temporary causes beyond his control.
5. Maurice, regard the papal sovereignty as a diabolic caricature of this divine monarchy, but think that the Kingdom of God is truly found wherever, as in England, the State acknowledges the Christ, and consecrates the Civil Power by the establishment of Christianity.
6. To have continually at one's side a woman, a daughter, a sister, a charming being, who is there because you need her and because she cannot do without you; to know that we are indispensable to a person who is necessary to us; to be able to incessantly measure one's affection by the amount of her presence which she bestows on us, and to say to ourselves, "Since she consecrates the whole of her time to me, it is because I possess the whole of her heart"; to behold her thought in lieu of her face; to be able to verify the fidelity of.

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