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And I am convinced that the Holy Spirit uses their inexperience to instruct, empower, fill, embolden, comfort, and convert through their preaching.
We are humbled by this award, and it emboldens us at Kettering to maintain our commitment to improving the quality of life for the people in the communities we serve.
Re: ``Liberal `base' emboldens Republicans'' (Viewpoint, Aug.
In the real world, however, their poor performance is tolerated by a powerless public, which only emboldens them to grab for more power and seek more time on the public payroll.
His silence emboldens the anti-English ideologues who still strive to keep Latino kids in a separate world.