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Look, this is the problem: He cannot be everlastingly lord, or we would be compelled to say that creation is everlasting, because he would only be everlastingly lord if creation were everlastingly serving him.
May the father of all mercies scatter light and not darkness in our paths, and make us all in our several vocations useful here, and in his own due time and way everlastingly happy.
Rather than faithfully evoke experience, words and images are more likely to trigger perceptual memories whose authenticity to the original experience is everlastingly elusive.
11) Darwin also had an emotive complaint against the notion of eternal damnation, which he called "a damnable doctrine," since he assumed that "my Father, Brother and almost all my best friends, will be everlastingly punished.
Citron told Sartain, "I used the beauty parlor and the cold cream and lotion counter motif because there are those silly women everlastingly hoping against hope that beauty will be theirs.
Its beauty, as if timeless, now seems everlastingly present.
I am everlastingly grateful to the Queen for enabling it to happen.
The parchment on which we write for him is a pure conscience, where all our good works are everlastingly recorded to make us acceptable to God.
The feminist, Marilyn French (1985), declares that power cannot be everlastingly guaranteed and it is the refusal to allow power circulates that leads sometimes to its abuse.
Thus, if the monotheist sinner will be everlastingly in the hell, that means the hell does not mean for the disbelievers only.
everlastingly alert that in striking at union abuses we do not
OFTEN LINKED in heraldry and emblems of state, the eagle and shield are everlastingly bonded in the starry sky as the neighboring constellations Aquila and Scutum.