eternity

[ ih-tur-ni-tee ]SEE DEFINITION OF eternity

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It is a happy man who has divined the leisure of eternity, so he feels it, like what you say, 'in his bones.'

She was blind and paralyzed, and on the extreme verge of eternity.

He waited an eternity; in actual time it was exactly ten minutes.

We are not this story's author, who fills time and eternity with his purpose.

The Sabbath of eternity has shed its stillness along the street.

A godly life will bring upon us God's blessing in time and eternity.

The world did not come into being of itself or by chance, nor did it exist from eternity.

Help us, then, through grace, and so I will praise Thee from now to all eternity.

I shouldn't want to have Marion living on through all eternity if I wasn't with her.

That part of eternity dividing the domain of disappointment from the realm of hope.

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