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In it there is neither past nor future, but only an ever abiding present.

Along with this experience of abiding faith in him goes a dash of mysticism, of pantheism.

My Contemporaries In FictionDavid Christie Murray

In that event I felt an abiding confidence that I would soon regain my liberty.

Twelve Years a SlaveSolomon Northup

Abide in Him, by abiding in, by doing heartily and always, the will of God.

Holy in ChristAndrew Murray

To know what was best to be done, in such trying circumstances, was an abiding perplexity.

The abiding core of a child's life with his father is not belief but trust.

The Meaning of FaithHarry Emerson Fosdick

What abiding pleasures and tastes, if any, should the boy of school age seek and cultivate?

If he carried an abiding impression it was that of the miracle of travel and the wonders that travel could work.

Aladdin of LondonSir Max Pemberton

It is a beautiful legend showing true and abiding love of home and country.

Even the abiding pessimism of the novelist lifts for a moment its heavy gloom at this spectacle.

Essays on Russian NovelistsWilliam Lyon Phelps

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