This icon of the Venerable Sergius, the servant of God and zealous
champion of old of our country's weal, is offered to Your Imperial Majesty.
Irwine's influence in his parish was a more wholesome one than that of the zealous
She would come to feel a humorous sort of tenderness for him, a zealous
care for his susceptibilities, and, after all, she considered, thinking of her father and mother, what is love?
John Rivers-- pure-lived, conscientious, zealous
as he was--had not yet found that peace of God which passeth all understanding: he had no more found it, I thought, than had I with my concealed and racking regrets for my broken idol and lost elysium--regrets to which I have latterly avoided referring, but which possessed me and tyrannised over me ruthlessly.
Would the hands of the zealous
public servant suddenly stop?
As it can give no umbrage to the writers against the plan of the federal Constitution, let us suppose, that as they are the most zealous
, so they are also the most sagacious, of those who think the late convention were unequal to the task assigned them, and that a wiser and better plan might and ought to be substituted.
He predicted the same fate to ATTRACTION, whereof the present learned are such zealous
I was not much at my ease, alone among six Mahometans, and could not help apprehending that some zealous
pilgrim of Mecca might lay hold on this opportunity, in the heat of his devotion, of sacrificing me to his prophet.
But we find, in fact, that the antagonists of the proposed Constitution, so far from acquiescing in their justness or truth, seem to make their principal and most zealous
effort against this part of the plan.
officer managed to slip a useful piece of paper into Dominic's hand as he went ashore, and a few hours afterwards, being off duty, he returned on board again athirst for drinks and gratitude.
shouted the Pharisee, who belonged to the sect called The Dashers (that little knot of saints whose manner of dashing and lacerating the feet against the pavement was long a thorn and a reproach to less zealous
devotees-a stumbling-block to less gifted perambulators)--"by the five corners of that beard which, as a priest, I am forbidden to shave
Lady Russell was most anxiously zealous
on the subject, and gave it much serious consideration.
The story is told about a zealous
young pastor who tried to make the Church relevant, especially to the youth.
She was among those Pakistani singers who had rendered zealous
services in the 1965 war against India by singing patriotic songs.
One is attacks by radicals with a zealous
interpretation of Islam.