And all the time their salvation was lying round them--the past sanctifying the present; the present, with wild heart-throb, declaring that there would after all be a future
, with laughter and the voices of children.
Doubts thronged on her of the dark days to come; dread beset her of the hidden danger which her own silence toward Norah and Magdalen might store up in the near future
Into the future
or the past--I don't, for certain, know which.
To them, and not to us, perhaps, is the future
I am not alarmed," he replied; "I have too long foreseen this event, to feel alarmed at my approaching dissolution--no, for that, blessed be my God and my Redeemer, I am in some degree prepared; but I feel it impossible to shake off the feelings of this life while the pulse continues to beat, and yet the emotions I now experience must be in some measure allied to heaven; they are not impure, they are not selfish; nothing can partake of either, dear Charlotte, where your image is connected with the thoughts of a future
, she was to deny herself this sweet gratification.
Pity and softened memory took place of the old antagonism, and in his busy thoughts about the future
, as the chaise carried him rapidly along towards the home where he was now to be master, there was a continually recurring effort to remember anything by which he could show a regard for his grandfather's wishes, without counteracting his own cherished aims for the good of the tenants and the estate.
This was a fortunate connection for our Judge, and paved the way to most of his future
elevation in life.
And in order that the wife should not be of one party whilst the husband belonged to the other, a situation which presents serious inconveniences, particularly with characters like those of the future
consorts -- Malicorne had imagined the idea of making the central point of union the household of Monsieur, the king's brother.
In the future
the "bat" is to be a boat, and the long-unheeded demand of the true sportsman for "no daylight under mid-keel in smooth water" is in a fair way to be conceded.
The son of the Portas passed all his days at the feet of his future
wife; and his youthful love, the purity of his words, dispersed the clouds from the mind of the banished daughter; the future
was so beautiful as he painted it that she ended by smiling joyfully, though without forgetting her father's severity.
Yet it were great reason that those that have children, should have greatest care of future
times; unto which they know they must transmit their dearest pledges.