hard of heart

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PRINCE GEORGE YOU would have had to be pretty hard of heart not to have shed a tear when baby Cambridge, right, was born THE LINDO WING THE wards at St Mary's Hospital were well regarded before but are now the most famous in the world.
ONLY the hard of heart could have watched unmoved last week as Gordon Ramsay's lambs were slaughtered.
Ezekiel will remind us that the pharaohs of the world are still hard of heart and rebellious against God's will.
Many in our society struggle with this issue but if we continue to be hard of heart towards homosexuals, it solves nothing and we are perceived as bigots.
My friend has been to speak to the person concerned and asked for forgiveness if she has committed a wrong, but the other person prefers to remain hard of heart.