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Could the prodigal have found his place in the arms of the One revealed on Mount Sinai?
NOTES ON THE BOOK OF EXODUSC. H. (CHARLES HENRY) MACKINTOSH
A man, he judged, of spendthrift generosity, a prodigal of himself.
LOVE AND LUCYMAURICE HENRY HEWLETT
His plan, and the execution of it, are at once clear and concise; but he is too prodigal of the term "rare."
BIBLIOMANIA; OR BOOK-MADNESSTHOMAS FROGNALL DIBDIN
Now when poverty pinched the prodigal son, as it did Mr. Green in New York, what was the language of that truly penitent.
SECRET BAND OF BROTHERSJONATHAN HARRINGTON GREEN
The face of the magnificent creature at the Prodigal's left hand is a wondrous piece of drawing.
And in taking this for granted he had recalled the fable that deals not of the prodigal son, but rather of the prodigal father.
Though Burgundy suffered less than the royal domain, the lesser people had to pay heavily for the prodigal largess of their dukes.
HOW FRANCE BUILT HER CATHEDRALSELIZABETH BOYLE O'REILLY
At the time she had wondered why he had been so prodigal in the matter of food.
COLORADO JIMGEORGE GOODCHILD
The Bible, he said, understood this very well, and the Prodigal Son's father never hesitated in his encouragement.
THE PASTOR'S WIFEELIZABETH VON ARNIM
Compared with the life of the prodigal, the life of the elder brother had been consistent, conscientious, and moral.

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