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Let us practise these devotions to enkindle in our hearts a true and ardent love for our sorrowful Mother.
MARY, HELP OF CHRISTIANSVARIOUS
Put it upon thy hand, my beloved, and thou shalt see it enkindle.
SULAMITH: A ROMANCE OF ANTIQUITYALEXANDRE KUPRIN
As may be seen, the mine was charged: a spark would be sufficient to enkindle an immense fire.
THE INDIAN CHIEFGUSTAVE AIMARD
True it is that no blowing can enkindle dead coals, and make a flame where was no spark.
ATLANTIC MONTHLY, VOLUME 14, NO. 84, OCTOBER, 1864VARIOUS
Can she there breathe in that which will enkindle noble ambition to love and serve in a world which so needs love and service?
THE GIRL AND HER RELIGIONMARGARET SLATTERY
Ardent persuasion and deep feeling enkindle words, so that the weakest take on glory.
STYLEWALTER RALEIGH
Without the emotions that soar and thrill and enkindle, no man can attain 'a grand moral vision.'
THE LIFE OF WILLIAM EWART GLADSTONE, VOL. 1 (OF 3)JOHN MORLEY
Hence it is not content to find fruit for the intelligence, but penetrates beyond to the will that it may there enkindle love.
ON UNION WITH GODALBERTUS MAGNUS
This is not a word that may draw down mercy, but rather that may stir up wrath, and enkindle indignation.
THE BIBLE, DOUAY-RHEIMS VERSIONVARIOUS
Absence—a momentary separation—was enough to enkindle these flames.
THE EMPRESS JOSEPHINELOUISE MUHLBACH

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