“But it was a voyage of unpleasant war reminders, with life-savers carried every moment of the day, with every light out at night, with every window and door as if hermetically sealed so that the stuffy cabins deprived of sleep those accustomed to fresh air, with over sixty army men and civilians on watch at night, with life-drills each day, with lessons as to behavior in life-boats; and with a fleet of eighteen British destroyers meeting the convoy upon its approach to the Irish Coast after a thirteen days 'voyage of constant anxiety.”
“See the infinite wisdom and sovereignty of Almighty God, that is able to bring light out of darkness, and to compass his own righteous judgments by the sinful advisings and undertakings of men.”
“Bath Kol lowered his weapon as Azrael sent a pulse of blue-white light out from the car bumper he held and pointed it toward the asphalt.”
“For I'd known, when the first coin clattered on the table, that all my hopes of many months had been dashed at the Hast minute: he would go to Harper's Ferry, and I'd never get a better chance to light out for Washington and safety; I'd done my best, I had my boots on, my Tranter in my belt, and a clear road to Frederick (or any station bar Harper's Ferry) where I could board a train south.”
“Grease the steps now, and scrub them, too; then it would be light out and time to hang the wash, the first thin thread of the long sun cutting the skylands in two.”
“To ascribe other low and metaphorical senses unto the words is to corrupt the Scripture and to deny the testimony of God; for this light he produceth in us by the same power and the same man-net of operation whereby he brought light out of darkness at the creation of all things.”
“It was pretty light out until we got deeper into the forest preserve.”
“God, who in the beginning had produced light out of darkness, found another reason why the Levites should be dispersed abroad among the people, -- a reason not only free from disgrace, but highly honorable,”
“I have to light out o 'bed to wait on the fust one that rattles the doorknob in the mornin', an 'am so busy from then on that I cayn't find a minute to git”
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