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“For a writer with a terminal case of historic curiosity, I find the interplay among humans, their all-prevailing self delusion, and the dynamic forces of nature, an abundant source of intellectually nutritious material; manna from chaos, as it were.”
“The second impression was of an all-prevailing squalor, an appalling stench.”
“Now, as he glances up at Marcia, a pettishness, born of the sickness that has been consuming him for the past week, is his all-prevailing expression.”
“Yet I do lament, Edward, daily lament, my many offenses against God; but I am assured that Christ's blood cleanseth from all sin, and that in him I have a powerful and all-prevailing Advocate with the Father.”
“Such is our wonderful Saviour, a Friend with human heart of sympathy who has trod our pathway and is touched with the feeling of our infirmities; a Shepherd who gave His life for the sheep in an all-atoning sacrifice; an Advocate who represents us with all-prevailing power before the throne of the Judge Eternal; a”
“The order of genius has been abolished by an all-prevailing popular opinion.”
“Seeing Desmond hold his nose at the all-prevailing stench of fish,”
“The only problematical element in this matter is the measure of our faith in God and man and all-prevailing truth.”
“In this new Sacrifice the Apostles showed forth and pleaded before God, the One Sufficient Sacrifice, which they themselves had seen "once offered," with unspeakable sufferings, and all-prevailing Blood-shedding upon the Cross of”
“But it is difficult to believe that this case will be so long remembered as the old domestic poisoning dramas, product of a stable society where the all-prevailing hypocrisy did at least ensure that crimes as serious as murder should have strong emotions behind them.”
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