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In one of those scenes, a character says supplications with his prayer bead while burying the dead.
The expression of his features was calm and composed, and his eyes were raised to heaven with a look of hope and supplication.
He attempts to pray and make supplication—yea, even he endeavours to perform the service.
I have put off the robe of peace, and have put upon me the sackcloth of supplication, and I will cry to the most High in my days.
Wherefore those men carefully watching him, found Daniel praying and making supplication to his God.
Not a single outer sign of fervour: no kneeling, no clasped hands, or other sign of supplication.
"Stolen," she shuddered, and thought of the dead soldier with his face uplifted to the sky in an agony of supplication.
A prayer without confidence is hypocrisy, rather than true and sincere supplication.
And all holding up their hands towards heaven made supplication.
One emotion blended the prayers of the four servants of God and the King in a single supplication.

WORDS RELATED TO SUPPLICATION

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