- n. Plural form of tribulation.
“The launch period, with all its trials and tribulations, is an almost sacred period of time during which your heart and intellect are (or should be!) one with the business plan.”
“Motherhood, with its trials and tribulations, is eternal.”
“Which -- Your enduring these tribulations is a "token of the righteous judgment of God," manifested in your being enabled to endure them, and in your adversaries thereby filling up the measure of their guilt.”
“And they will miss what are called the "tribulations" -- some part or all of them.”
“3 And not only so, but we glory in tribulations also: knowing that tribulation worketh patience; 4 And patience, experience; and experience, hope: 5 And hope maketh not ashamed; because the love of”
“For all the tension swirling around the STL currently, it is worth recalling the tribulations once faced by the ICTY.”
“Their tribulations are the unearthly tribulations of the weavers of enchantments and of the moulders of talismans, and when the Ka, or double, of a priestess stands beside her in the sanctuary we do not find its manifest flesh and blood too earthly for a spirit, as we so often do upon the stage, for flesh and blood itself have begun to seem unearthly.”
“(Jas 1: 2; joy in tribulations, as exercising faith and other graces, Ro”
“He said that “the entire Church admires their example and is praying that they may have the strength to persevere, knowing that their tribulations are a source of victory even though that may seem now to be a failure”.”
“We glory in tribulations also; not only notwithstanding our tribulations (these do not hinder our rejoicing in hope of the glory of”
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