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- interj. (UK, US, mildly blasphemous) (dated, Canada) Expression of surprise, contempt, outrage, disgust, boredom, frustration.
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[Page 158] "Oh," cried Mother De Smet, "it was as if the good God himself intervened to save you!"
Then we commenced retreating to our second line of works. & while & was crossing the field I was wounded I am very thankfull to the great & good God that I came out so well the air seemed filled with the laden mesan gers of death I do not know wheth [ar]
The opposition between the good God and the World-Creator is not eternal or cosmogonic, though there is strong ethical opposition to Jehovah the God of the Jews.
The religions of the invaders and of the invaded effected a compromise: the astral faith of Babylon was true, but beyond the Hebodomad was the infinite light in the Ogdoad, and every human soul had to pass the adverse influence of the god or gods of the Hebdomad before it could ascend to the only good God beyond.
Her whole soul was echoed in the simple and naove formula which was continually on her lips and pen: "Oh, qu'il est bon, le bon Dieu" (How good God is).
Now may a great & good God prtect you is the prayer of