- n. Plural form of suffering.
“These, Madam, I call sufferings: justly call so; if at last I am to be sacrificed to an imperfect reconciliation — imperfect, I say: for, can you expect to live so much as tolerably under the same roof, after all that has passed, with that brother and sister?”
“We should indeed take some trouble, and we ought to aim at nothing else but to follow Him who always lived in sufferings, without in any way deserving them.”
“And before an hour had passed Capitola thought herself well repaid for her sufferings from the storm and the rebuff, in having formed the acquaintance of Clara Day.”
“The verb means, "to have payment of a debt sternly exacted" (De 15: 2, 3), and so to be oppressed in general; the exaction of the full penalty for our sins in His sufferings is probably alluded to. and ... afflicted -- or, and yet He suffered, or bore Himself patiently,”
“Their sufferings from the oppressors are more really good for them than cloudless prosperity; sinners are being allowed to fill up their measure of guilt.”
“Christ's example a proof that patient endurance under undeserved sufferings is acceptable with God. hereunto -- to the patient endurance of unmerited suffering (1Pe 3: 9).”
“His sufferings is set forth here as an example to servants and to us all (1Pe 2: 20). bare -- to sacrifice: carried and offered up: a sacrificial term.”
“This is, indeed, one of the main sufferings of sickness; just as the fixed posture is one of the main sufferings of the broken limb.”
“Every effort to alleviate their sufferings is made; their nostrils are spunged with vinegar, which is also scattered in the hold.”
“-- These, Madam, I call sufferings: justly call so; if at last”
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