heaven-directed love



from The Century Dictionary.

  • Pointing to the sky.
  • Guided or directed by celestial powers: as, heaven-directed efforts.


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  • Rashid would be = garden-cresses or stones: Rashíd the heaven-directed.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • The candid may hope it is not all dedicated to selfish purposes; and, without much pretensions to merit in him who disburses it, a part may “wander, heaven-directed, to the poor.”

    The Fortunes of Nigel

  • The very shabbiness and stunted scale of the old neighborhood beneath the tower worked to the advantage of the bridge, which by contrast seemed an embodiment of the noblest aspirations, majestic, heaven-directed, lifting into the light above the racket, the shabbiness, and the confusion of the waterfront, the way a great cathedral rises over the hovels of the faithful.

    The Great Bridge

  • The stubborn rock was smitten by the heaven-directed wand, and the waters of contrition gushed forth.

    The Truce of God A Tale of the Eleventh Century

  • As if heaven-directed, it presently swerved a trifle from its first course, fluttered to and fro an instant, then neared a woman, who sat listlessly by herself, her arms resting upon those of her chair and her eyes, dark and sad, fastened upon the far horizon.

    All Aboard A Story for Girls

  • "Those who defend the evil-doer, and malign the just and heaven-directed accuser, are not far from being arraigned as accomplices themselves!"

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volume 56, Number 347, September, 1844

  • To have our souls tuned to this silent eloquence of Nature, to catch the sweetness of those wind-swept, heaven-directed mountains, to understand the unspoken messages of those rushing rivers and those gigantic gorges, to feel the heart-beat of

    Across China on Foot

  • We were heaven-directed, and it was I who could read the sign-post of the sky!

    Chapter 4

  • We were heaven-directed, and it was I who could read the sign-post of the sky!

    Chapter 4

  • The simple truth was that Dr. Francis E. Clark, its heaven-directed founder, had seen in some religious journals my account of the good work wrought by the Young People's Association of the Lafayette Avenue Church, and he recognized the fact that its chief purpose was not mere sociality or literary advancement, but the spiritual profit of its members.

    Recollections of a Long Life


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