Thesaurus / bring light


Unbidden, a great desire sprang up to lift for her whatever burden she was bearing, and bring light into those sad eyes.

Exit BettyGrace Livingston Hill

It will bring light to many who have been feeling their way.

The Expositor's BibleGeorge Adam Smith

As already stated in the context, and affirmed by Matthew, it is he that should bring light to the Gentiles.

But I must confess you are not the man to bring light into such a dark intrigue.

Dolly Maylands came daily and spent long hours with her friend, but not even her bright face could bring light into the house.

Marion DarcheF. Marion Crawford

She would like to help to bring light on the subject and to lift the shadow from other lives.

Until the being comes, who can wipe out the darkness of the past and bring light.

The Road to DamascusAugust Strindberg

There is not one memory that can bring light into this darkness.

Silent brooding over his problem did not bring light, as ver.

There is everything to bring light and culture and sweetness home to the people.

Australian PicturesHoward Willoughby
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