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Hath not he also said, "He must, last of all, drink the blood of the infant from the crystal cup of the king and the seraphim?"
A MODERN ALADDINHOWARD PYLE
One little pleasant sentence spoken in the morning will ring all day in a sensitive heart like the song of a seraphim.
Above the throne, or rather round it, like the courtiers surrounding the throne of an Eastern monarch, stand the seraphim.
He's almost up to where 'the cherubim and seraphim continually do sing.'
THE CASSOWARYSTANLEY WATERLOO
His ranks of the Cherubim are beside Him, and the armies of the Seraphim are dreadful.
He had worked with Cimabue, the father of Italian art, and had been chum of Giotto, to whom all cherubim and seraphim trace.
No more will the triple-winged seraphim chant hosannas in the great western rose.
HOW FRANCE BUILT HER CATHEDRALSELIZABETH BOYLE O'REILLY
The fact that angels eat, shows that we may be called upon in the next sphere to cook even for cherubim and seraphim.
She sang "Let the bright Seraphim," which selection has for years been the standard for state occasions.
One of them asked whether one of the seraphim could fall, and another whether a man might not be damned without knowing it.
FLOWERS OF FREETHOUGHTGEORGE W. FOOTE

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