thrice-blessed love


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  • And this is because you are of my race and service, and because you have honoured me this day with your mats to sit upon and your thrice-blessed and thrice-delicious lei hala.


  • As such Buddhists of both the Theravada and Mahayana tradition throughout the world celebrate this thrice-blessed day.

    Buddhism: Vesak Fesival or Buddha Birthday

  • I will not forget him in my prayers, and may our thrice-blessed St. Francis deign to listen to my intercession! —

    The Monk

  • Whoever became possessor of a Bead, preserved it as a sacred relique; and had it been the Chaplet of thrice-blessed St. Francis himself, it could not have been disputed with greater vivacity.

    The Monk

  • Zeus, who wields the flashing lightning, and his august, thrice-blessed spouse, the Queen of Heaven!


  • And thrice-blessed Savil, tunic on backward, waiting.

    Magic's Promise

  • Carmot, this is where you start earning the credits Lord Ilogia? his scales be thrice-blessed!? has been paying you.


  • The second passage consisted of those thrice-blessed words, "Of Him are ye in Christ Jesus, who is made unto us wisdom, righteousness, sanctification, and redemption."

    Catherine Booth — a Sketch

  • Feeling very safe, therefore, in the fact of his marriage, which was yet no marriage, and sure that there was no chance of his hurting Nan, he let himself love her, keeping his love tenderly in one of those secret empty rooms of the heart -- empty rooms of which only the thrice-blessed in this world have no knowledge.

    The Moon out of Reach

  • Even Alida, through all her distracting anxieties, had in her heart the thrice-blessed leaven, reasoned the woman of the plains, who might, according to modern standards, be reckoned a trifle primitive in her psychological deductions.

    Judith of the Plains


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