I might agonize in words for a day and I should not express the delight.
May we know a little better what it is to agonize in prayer.
And this seething life, the turmoil and the noises of the city, agonize me.
Some must agonize and spend their strength unavailingly, like birds beating their wings against the bars of a cage for freedom.
Never again shall he agonize in Gethsemane, and sweat great drops of blood.
Too far gone to agonize in prayer, I could only quietly, almost mutely, just tell him how the poor child had no clothes.
The great souls come and go and agonize and cry in the wilderness, and the little souls determine what shall be.
To that extent we, as much as he, are to blame for his crime and we must never cease to agonize for him and for such as he.
For the second time she braced herself to endure the strain—to wait—to agonize with expectation.
Never again shall He agonize in Gethsemane, and sweat great drops of blood.