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“What possible certificate in evil could exceed this -- that the devil took not any with him when he went out on his worst errand but this same Ill-pause, who was his orator on all his most difficult occasions?”
“He did not always come up himself, and he did not always send up Ill-pause.”
“As when you had been told not to eat, not to touch, and not even to look at the forbidden fruit, then Ill-pause, the devil's orator, came to you and said that it was a tree to be desired.”
“At which Diabolus, who was there present, was loth to lose his orator, because, had the four captains once laid their fingers on Ill-pause, be sure his master had lost his orator.”
“John Bunyan shall himself introduce, describe, and characterise this varlet, this devil's ally and accomplice, this ancient enemy of Mansoul, whose name is Ill-pause.”
“Diabolus did not on every occasion bring up his great orator Ill-pause.”
“And a great crop of young orators sprang up ready for their work under that teaching and out of the persuasionary school of Ill-pause.”
“And always when Diabolus had any special plot a-foot against Mansoul, and when the thing went as Diabolus would have it go, then would Ill-pause stand up, for he was Diabolus his orator.”
“Why are we here over Ill-pause this Sabbath night?”
“On all these essential, first-class, and difficult occasions the old serpent brought up Ill-pause.”
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