And now at this moment, when hope was dead, Tom Sawyer came forward with nine yellow tickets, nine red tickets, and ten blue ones, and demanded a Bible
They can pray for him, pay money to have the Bible
put into his hand, and missionaries to instruct him; while they despise and totally neglect the heathen at their own doors.
A high wind blustered round the house, and roared in the chimney: it sounded wild and stormy, yet it was not cold, and we were all together - I, a little removed from the hearth, busy at my knitting, and Joseph reading his Bible
near the table
He holds the charter in his hand, and a Bible
is under his arm.
I said, You let the Bible
alone: you've got a jest- book, han't you, as you're rare and proud on?
Pilgrims, always prone to find prophecies in the Bible
, and often where none exist, speak cheerfully and complacently of poor, ruined Ephesus as the victim of prophecy.
Thus, to sum up what we have hitherto said, in a fashion which is necessarily incomplete and mutilated, the human race has two books, two registers, two testaments: masonry and printing; the Bible
of stone and the Bible
She agreed that it was a great blessing, and expressed herself 'right down thankful for it'; adding, 'If it please God to spare my sight, and make me so as I can read my Bible
again, I think I shall be as happy as a queen.
But when you are older I hope and think that you will realize what a wonderful book the Bible
replied Rosa, "it is the Bible
of your poor godfather, Cornelius de Witt.
A CELEBRATED Divine having affirmed the fallibility of the Bible
, was asked why, then, he preached the religion founded upon it.
It was difficult to teach the Saxons the Bible
lessons which we know so well, for in those far-off days there were no Bibles