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deep and ardent affection

the condition of being closely tied to another by affection or faith

a state of often extreme religious ardour

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I have time, and as you are here, as you have assured me of your devotion, as you have allowed me to hope for your love, as we are alone "
There he learned of Rance's act of devotion and the reward he thought himself entitled to for it.
IN THE SIXTH STATION OF HIS DEVOTIONS UPON EMERGENT OCCASIONS, John Donne considers the "stifling spirit, a spirit of suffocation" of fear, which he "find[s] in thy book," the bible.
Picardal CSsR; 'Make Her Known: How the devotion to OMPH flourished in the Philippines' by Trizer Dale Mansueto; 'Embracing the Mother's Perpetual Compassion: The specific place of OMPH icon novena in the Philippines' varied Marian devotions' by Karl M.
Lafferty and Peter Grosshauser, "Spark Story Bible Devotions for Kids" takes children on a journey through 100 of the most beloved Bible stories with questions for reflection, memory verses, prayers, and family activity ideas.
Inking the new Abuja Commitment, state governors and local government chairmen showed their devotions to rapid response to polio outbreak, advance quarterly start up of for polio campaigns and quarterly meetings with shareholders.
You quickly understand why Mommy Time has ninety devotions (instead of the usual three hundred sixty-five) and why each devotion is only a few pages in length.
In the opening chapter of Ian Green's "Varieties of Domestic Devotion in Early Modern English Protestantism," Green sleuths through a multitude of sources and finds a "wide range of domestic devotions"(31).
The Living Gospel: Daily Devotions for Advent 2013" by Fr.
India, April 28 -- Throughout its long history the faith of the Catholic Church has been nourished, not only by official liturgical acts of worship but also by innumerable popular devotions which it has nurtured and encouraged.
The One Year Devotions for Women: Becoming a Woman at Peace provides a fine devotional for women seeking peace, and helps women embrace God and find the peace in doing so.
In reading Bruce Smith's Devotions, it is important to consider not only what a devotion is, but who or what merits devotion.
John Donne's Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions (1624) is unique as a devotional work because it is not a devotional method in itself for readers to use in the hopes of achieving their own spiritual recovery, but is rather an application of a method that its author never articulates.
org recently commented: "I would be interested in hearing about the favorite Catholic devotions of your young readers.
While Reformers harshly criticized idolatrous Marian devotions, and those that overstated her role to the detraction of Christ's, they often maintained a high Mariology in many respects.