PRAY


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AcronymDefinition
PRAYPrograms of Religious Activities with Youth
PRAYPraise Repent Ask and Yield
PRAYPeace Revival Association of Youth (Islamabad, Pakistan)
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Antonia and Ambrosch and the mother took turns going down to pray beside him.
I says to myself, if a body can get anything they pray for, why don't Deacon Winn get back the money he lost on pork?
But still they tarried, and in my vision Unandi spoke: "We tarry, Queen of the Heavens--we tarry to pray for justice on him who murdered us.
What I think about it is this: I beg of you and of Thedora, and had I any children I should beg of them also, to pray ever to God for his Excellency.
Now bring water for our hands, and bid all keep silence while we pray to Jove the son of Saturn, if so be that he may have mercy upon us.
When they prayed for those who hate us, she tried to think of her enemies and people who hated her, in order to pray for them.
He had prayed that I should miss the catch, and as I think I have already told you, it is considered unfair in the Gardens to pray for victory.
In between he often found excuses to pray even when the provocation seemed far-fetched to my worldly eyes--now that he was about to die I felt positive that I should witness a perfect orgy of prayer--if one may allude with such a simile to so solemn an act.
When Father Sergius assured her that only God could heal the sick, she replied that she only wanted him to lay his hands on the boy and pray for him.
Extinguishing the lamp I pulled the bed-clothing about my head and lay trembling and silent, unable to shriek, forgetful to pray.
If I really wanted to pray I'll tell you what I'd do.
have sent away my guess, I pray who shall pay me for my a