"'Twas then belike," Honorious cried,"When you the public fast defied,Refused to heav'n to raise a prayer,Because you'd no connections there." - Prayer

God, though this life is but a wraith, Although Read more
More things are wrought by prayerThan this world Read more
Prayer isThe world in tune,A spirit-voyce,And Read more
Speak to Him thou for He hears, and spirit with Read more
J'ai toujours fait une prière à Dieu, qui est f Read more
Lord, thy most pointed pleasure take,And stab my Read more
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"What is good for a bootless bene?" With these Read more
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The bells of Ryleston seemed to say, While she Read more
Four things which are not in thy treasury,I lay Read more
Doubt not but God who sits on high, Thy secret Read more
Earth bears no balsams for mistakes; Men crown Read more
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The first petition that we are to make to Read more
Let your prayers be composed of thanksgiving Read more
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Like an echo from a ruined castle, prayer is an Read more
At the muezzin's call for prayer,The kneeling Read more
In the primitive church were not prayers simple Read more
They were ordinary soldiers, just the common Jean Read more