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This is the season of rejoicing so let us all rejoice that we can:
We therefore rejoice because despite the darkness that envelops us we find strength in his abiding presence and ground our hope in his promised return.
Democrats, liberals - even reasonable Republicans - will rejoice at his flip-flopping but the risk for Trump is that he too already appears to be just another of the two-bit establishment politicians he denounced for breaking promises.
Today, the Deputy Minister of Arts and Culture, Ms Rejoice Mabudafhasi received the Life-Time Achievers Award for Conservation from the Wildlife and Environment Society of South Africa (WESSA).
The Yuvvexy's NDA submission is supported by the complete clinical programme, including positive results of the recently completed phase 3 Rejoice Trial.
Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, Rejoice.
The shepherd put the sheep on his shoulders and joyfully walked home getting his neighbours to rejoice with him.
In an interview for Radio Pembrokeshire, broadcast this morning, the Archbishop said: "While we rejoice in the fact that we are a nation and have a language, we must also remember that we belong to a common humanity.
SO Wendy Jones thinks that everybody should go outside and rejoice in the prolonged hot weather.
I rejoice in the freedoms that the enlightened have secured for us, in the graft and enterprise that our working classes have shown, in our independence of mind.
When Only You went to No1 at Christmas 1983, I wrote on the envelope of every card I sent, "Rejoice, rejoice, justice is done .