eternities

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Souls like yours can never rest in all the eternities of God.

It seems like seven eternities instead of seven days and nights!'

We begin with introspection and the eternities, and end in blood and iron.

The Eternities and Immensities are only a kind of awful background.

He knew not how long he had been a prisoner, except that it had been eternities.

The two Eternities: The bog of Infidelity surveyed but not crossed.

Only into the eternities could he carry the now pure and loyal.

He seared off their tentacles throughout what seemed to be eternities.

And by that least little bit she measured the deeps and eternities of her thraldom to fact.

He could not really give answer to this female talk of the eternities.