salvation


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Mademoiselle Cormon trod the path of salvation, preferring the sorrows of her virginity so cruelly prolonged to the evils of trickery and the sin of a snare.
When I came in he threw himself on his knees before me and implored me to let him have a cat, that his salvation depended upon it.
Sir," replied Bazin, "the true friends of a Christian are those who aid him in working out his salvation, not those who hinder him in doing so.
They first had preached truth and salvation to the world.
Paul's perfection, that he would wish to be anathema from Christ, for the salvation of his brethren, it shows much of a divine nature, and a kind of conformity with Christ himself
The commander of the company, with his eyes fixed on his superior, pressed two fingers more and more rigidly to his cap, as if in this pressure lay his only hope of salvation.
But he kept his affection for certain poets of the graver, not to say gloomier sort, and he must have suffered his children to read them, pending that great question of their souls' salvation which was a lifelong trouble to him.
Thank goodness air and salvation are still free," said Aunt Jamesina.
First, that the more dominant part of the personality which I have inherited comes to me from Alsatian ancestors; and secondly, that this peace for which I am striving may in the end mean salvation for England, too.
At least," the lawyer declared, "you have been the salvation of our dear Miss Juliet, if I may call her so.
She presented herself to him as a means of salvation.
The passenger's appointment proved to be the salvation of a whole ship's company.