rejoicing


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He dictated it aloud, saying: "We must let them share our rejoicing.
Meanwhile, the Catholic Church, by tradition, celebrates theFourth Sunday of Lent as a Sunday of joy and rejoicing.
This is the season of rejoicing so let us all rejoice that we can:
But reality dawning on Trump isn't a cause for rejoicing - he has lied his way into the White House and his 20-a-day fib habit makes this billionaire the most dishonest candidate in years.
The woman lit a lamp and searched carefully until she found the coin - also rejoicing with her neighbours.
Easter purloined the spring festivals, rejoicing at the advent of new life following a cold and hard winter.
Rejoicing in Lament: Wrestling with Incurable Cancer & Life in Christ comes from a theologian who was diagnosed with a rare form of incurable cancer before he was forty, and who began struggling with the typical questions about God's presence and intention in the face of life-threatening disaster.
Receiving the initial results, PMLN workers started rejoicing.
27 ( ANI ): Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney reportedly made an emotional phone call to David Moyes after the Scot had been sacked from his post and is said to have been 'raging' at some players who are rejoicing in his departure.
By rejoicing in summary executions and state sponsored assassinations, we are proving that we can no longer lay claim to the moral high ground.
What I'm not going to accept, however, is the view propounded by everyone, from the idiot boy Cameron to the media as a whole, that this engagement should be cause for national rejoicing.
With logs on the fire and gifts on the tree, a time for rejoicing in all that we see.