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"When God shuts a door, He opens a window."
John Ruskin
"And now batter the gates of heaven with storms of your heart's prayer."  Tennyson "Without ceasing, I make mention of you, always, in my prayers."
St. John Chrystostom
"Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you; Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid."
John 14:27
"Love's comfort will make endurable that which would overset the brain or break the heart."
William Wordsworth
         
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"Let us be patient, as these severe afflictions not from the ground arise, for often times celestial benedictions assume this dark disguise."  Longfellow "O Lord, Jesus Christ, who alone art able to heal all manner of sickness in men; Grant health to your servant and great mercy."
St. John of Kronstadt
"Beware in your prayer of limiting God by fancying that you know what He can do."  Andrew Murray "Love is what you've been through with somebody."
James Thurber
"For lo, I am with you always, even unto the ends of the earth."
Matthew 28:20
         
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"For I will restore health unto thee, saith the Lord."  Jeremiah 30:17 "The cure for many things is salt water; sweat, tears or the sea."  Isak Dinesen "Closer is He than breathing, speak to Him, for He hears."  Tennyson "Strong souls live like fire-hearted suns; spending their strength striving toward dreams and aspirations."  George Eliot "I feel my heart newly opened putting forth tender buds of hope; tomorrow's blossoms."  Shakespeare
         
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"Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it."  Helen Keller "Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden and i will give you rest."  Matthew 11:28 "For I will restore health unto thee, saith the Lord."  Jeremiah 30:17 "What can this be but God?"  Cicero "The charities that soothe and heal and bless are scattered around our feet like flowers."  Wordsworth
         
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"I feel my heart newly opened putting forth tender buds of hope; tomorrow's blossoms."  Shakespeare "Love is what you've been through with somebody."
James Thurber
"God heals the broken-hearted."  Psalms 137:3 "Hope is the daughter of Love and the mother of Faith."
Percy Bysshe Shelley
"Mercy droppeth as a gentle rain from heaven; an attribute of God Himself."  Shakespeare
         
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"God heals the broken-hearted."  Psalms 137:3 "If you fall into a tremendous sea or dark cloud, it is but for a time.  Press God's lantern close to your heart; its splendor shall pierce the gloom."  Paracelsus "Love can hope where reason would despair."  Baron Lyttelton "Faith can stifle science."  Henri Frederic Amiel "The charities that soothe and heal and bless are scattered around our feet like flowers."  Wordsworth
         
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"In the darkest hour the soul is replenished and given the strength to continue and endure."  Heart Warrior Chosa "Receive the hope that heaven lays on man's suffering heart."  Wordsworth "My loss of sight seems only withdrawn from the body without, to increase the sight of the soul within."  Milton "If you fall into a tremendous sea or dark cloud, it is but for a time.  Press God's lantern close to your heart; its splendor shall pierce the gloom."  Paracelsus "Receive the hope that heaven lays on man's suffering heart."  Wordsworth
         
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"To survive the day is triumph enough!"
Studs Terkel
"For winter's rains and ruins are over, frosts are slain and flowers begotten, and, blossom by blossom, the spring begins."
Algernon Swinburne
"Hency, the most vital movement of the heart is hope, the balm and lifeblood of the soul."
J. Armstrong
"A sublime hope cheers ever the faithful heart."  Emerson "Love can hope where reason would despair."  Baron Lyttelton
         
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"Of course, this infernal atmosphere has given me a cold and I have sat shivering all day with an utter disinclination to move."  Hawthorne "Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on thee."
Isaiah 26:13
"In the darkest hour the soul is replenished and given the strength to continue and endure."  Heart Warrior Chosa "Hence, the most vital movement of the heart is hope, the balm and  lifeblood of the soul."
J. Armstrong
"And now batter the gates of heaven with storms of your heart's prayer."  Tennyson
         
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"Without ceasing, I make mention of you, always, in my prayers."
St. John Chrysostom
"The dearest child of Faith is Miracle."  Goethe "Inside yourself is a place where you live all alone... that is where you will discover the springs that never dry up."
Pearl S. Buck
"If only, by prayer incessant, I could change the will of Him who all things can..."  Milton "O Lord, Jesus Christ, who alone art able to heal all manner of sickness in men; Grant health to your servant and great mercy."
St. John of Kronstadt
         
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"For I will restore health unto thee, saith the Lord."  Jeremiah 30:17 "Rest and be thankful."  Wordsworth "Prayer is the very highest energy of which the mind is capable."
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
"God heals the broken-hearted."  Psalms 137:3 "Peace does not mean to live without noise, trouble or hard work.  It means to live in the midst of those things and still be calm in your heart."
         
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"Rest and be thankful."  Wordsworth "Let us say with all our heart, and with all our soul, and with all our mind, Lord have mercy." "Love can hope where reason would despair."  Baron Lyttelton "God heals the broken-hearted."  Psalms 137:3 "The charities that soothe and heal and bless are scattered around our feet like flowers."  Wordsworth
         
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"Let us be patient, as these severe afflictions not from the ground arise, for often times celestial benedictions assume this dark disguise."  Longfellow "Love is what you've been through with somebody."  James Thurber "And now batter the gates of heaven with storms of your heart's prayer."  Tennyson "Cheerfulness, like spring, opens all the blossoms of the inward man."
Jean Paul Richter
"Faith can stifle science."  Henri Frederic Amiel
         
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"Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it."  Helen Keller "And now batter the gates of heaven with storms of your heart's prayer."  Tennyson "We are never beneath hope while above hell; nor above hope while beneath heaven."  Anonymous "I feel my heart newly opened putting forth tender buds of hope; tomorrow's blossoms."  Shakespeare "Strong souls live like fire-hearted suns; spending their strength striving toward dreams and aspirations."  George Eliot
         
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"Flowers always make people better and happier, thy are sunshine, food and medicine to the Soul."  Luther Burbank "Cheerfulness, like spring, opens all the blossoms of the inward man."
Jean Paul Richter
"Flowers always make people better and happier, thy are sunshine, food and medicine to the Soul."  Luther Burbank "My loss of sight seems only withdrawn from the body without, to increase the sight of the soul within."  Milton "Flowers always make people better and happier, thy are sunshine, food and medicine to the Soul."  Luther Burbank
         
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"The charities that soothe and heal and bless are scattered around our feet like flowers."  Wordsworth "For I will restore health unto thee, saith the Lord."  Jeremiah 30:17 "Love's comfort will make endurable that which would overset the brain or break the heart."
William Wordsworth
"Receive the hope that heaven lays on man's suffering heart."  Wordsworth "Faith can stifle science." Henri Frederic Amiel
         
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"Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you; Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid."
John 14:27
"I have set before you life and death.  Choose life, that you may live.  Listen to the voice of the Lord and hold fast to Him for He is your life."
Deuteronomy 30:19,20
"O Lord, Jesus Christ, who alone art able to heal all manner of sickness in men; Grant health to your servant and great mercy."
St. John of Kronstadt
"Beware in your prayer of limiting God by fancying that you know what He can do."  Andrew Murray "Where is God?  Where is He not?"  Aristotle
         
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"Love can hope where reason would despair."  Baron Lyttelton "Love is what you've been through with somebody."  James Thurber "Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it."  Helen Keller "And now batter the gates of heaven with storms of your heart's prayer."  Tennyson "The Lord calls his strongest soldiers out of the highlands of affliction."  Charles Spurgeon
         
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"By perseverance, the snail reached the ark."  Spurgeon "May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing."  Romans 15:13 "Rest and be thankful."  Wordsworth "Purty soon, he wuz all slicked up like brand new."  Brer Rabbit "Often the clouds reveal the sunshine of His face."  Hilys Jasper
         
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"Let us be patient, as these severe afflictions not from the ground arise, for often times celestial benedictions assume this dark disguise."  Longfellow "If you fall into a tremendous sea or dark cloud, it is but for a time.  Press God's lantern close to your heart; its splendor shall pierce the gloom."  Paracelsus "And now batter the gates of heaven with storms of your heart's prayer."  Tennyson "Beware in your prayer of limiting God by fancying that you know what He can do."  Andrew Murray "Where is God?  Where is He not?"  Aristotle
         
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"We are never beneath hope while above hell; nor above hope while beneath heaven."  Anonymous "God heals the broken-hearted."  Psalms 147:3 "I have set before you life and death.  Choose life, that you may live.  Listen to the voice of the Lord and hold fast to Him for He is your life."
Deuteronomy 30:19,20
"Receive the hope that heaven lays on man's suffering heart."  Wordsworth "Opposition can be a great help to man; kites rise against, not with the wind."  John Veal
         
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"For lo, I am with you always, even unto the ends of the earth."
Matthew 28:20
"God enters every individual by a private door."
Emerson
"Where is God?  Where is He not?"  Aristotle "More things are wrought by prayer than this world dreams of."  Tennyson "The charities that soothe and heal and bless are scattered around our feet like flowers."  Wordsworth
         
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"More things are wrought by prayer than this world dreams of."  Tennyson "May you be as hopeful as the break of day."
Baley Aldrich
"Often the clouds reveal the sunshine of His face."  Hilys Jasper "Hope spreads her golden wings over unfathomable seas."  Emerson "Purty soon, he wuz all slicked up like brand new."  Brer Rabbit
         
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"Let us be patient, as these severe afflictions not from the ground arise, for often times celestial benedictions assume this dark disguise."  Longfellow "And now batter the gates of heaven with storms of your heart's prayer."  Tennyson "Pray without ceasing."
1 Thessalonians 5:17
"Closer is He than breathing, speak to Him, for He hears."  Tennyson "And now batter the gates of heaven with storms of your heart's prayer."  Tennyson
         
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"Pray without ceasing."
1 Thessalonians 5:17
"For I will restore health unto thee, saith the Lord."  Jeremiah 30:17 "Closer is He than breathing, speak to Him, for He hears."  Tennyson "Cheerfulness, like spring, opens all the blossoms of the inward man."
Jean Paul Richter
"For winter's rains and ruins are over, frosts are slain and flowers begotten, and, blossom by blossom, the spring begins."
Algernon Swinburne
         
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"Love's comfort will make endurable that which would overset the brain or break the heart."
William Wordsworth
"In the darkest hour the soul is replenished and given the strength to continue and endure."  Heart Warrior Chosa "God heals the broken-hearted."  Psalms 147:3 "Flowers always make people better and happier, thy are sunshine, food and medicine to the Soul."  Luther Burbank "Mercy droppeth as a gentle rain from heaven; an attribute of God Himself."  Shakespeare
         
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"God changeth never."  Longfellow "Where is God?  Where is He not?"  Aristotle "In the darkest hour the soul is replenished and given the strength to continue and endure."  Heart Warrior Chosa "Faith can stifle science." Henri Frederic Amiel "Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it."  Helen Keller
         
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"The Lord calls his strongest soldiers out of the highlands of affliction."  Charles Spurgeon "If only, by prayer incessant, I could change the will of Him who all things can..."  Milton "Call boldly upon God for good health, first of soul, then of body."  Seneca "Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you; Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid."
John 14:27
"Just after taps comes reveille."  K. Bryant
         
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"God enters every individual by a private door."
Emerson
"God heals the broken-hearted."  Psalms 147:3 "Love can hope where reason would despair."  Baron Lyttelton "More things are wrought by prayer than this world dreams of."  Tennyson "The Lord calls his strongest soldiers out of the highlands of affliction."  Charles Spurgeon
         
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"Call boldly upon God for good health, first of soul, then of body."  Seneca "The lavendere comfortes the brayne very well and one can imbibe good humour from its colour."  Chaucer "I have set before you life and death.  Choose life, that you may live.  Listen to the voice of the Lord and hold fast to Him for He is your life."
Deuteronomy 30:19,20
"For I will restore health unto thee, saith the Lord."  Jeremiah 30:17 "Receive the hope that heaven lays on man's suffering heart."  Wordsworth
         
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"I feel my heart newly opened putting forth tender buds of hope; tomorrow's blossoms."  Shakespeare "The mercy of the Lord is from everlasting to everlasting upon those who fear Him."  Psalms 103:17 "Love's comfort will make endurable that which would overset the brain or break the heart."
William Wordsworth
"Flowers always make people better and happier, thy are sunshine, food and medicine to the Soul."  Luther Burbank "Just after taps comes reveille."  K. Bryant
         
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"Let us say with all our heart, and with all our soul, and with all our mind, Lord have mercy." "Hope is the daughter of Love and the mother of Faith."
Percy Bysshe Shelley
"Faith can stifle science." Henri Frederic Amiel "Mercy droppeth as a gentle rain from heaven; an attribute of God Himself."  Shakespeare "Love can hope where reason would despair."  Baron Lyttelton
         
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"Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest."  Matthew 11:28 "If you fall into a tremendous sea or dark cloud, it is but for a time.  Press God's lantern close to your heart; its splendor shall pierce the gloom."  Paracelsus "For His grace and power are such, that none can ever ask too much."
John Newton
"In the darkest hour the soul is replenished and given the strength to continue and endure."  Heart Warrior Chosa "God heals the broken-hearted."  Psalms 147:3
         
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"Receive the hope that heaven lays on man's suffering heart."  Wordsworth "Rest and be thankful."  Wordsworth "May you be as hopeful as the break of day."
Baley Aldrich
"Love can hope where reason would despair."  Baron Lyttelton "A sublime hope cheers ever the faithful heart."
Emerson
         
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"The Lord calls his strongest soldiers out of the highlands of affliction."  Charles Spurgeon "To survive the day is triumph enough!"
Studs Terkel
"Every morn when the dawn brightens into joy, the morning glory renews our hope, which withers not."  Anonymous Oxford student "Every morn when the dawn brightens into joy, the morning glory renews our hope, which withers not."  Anonymous Oxford student "Flowers always make people better and happier, thy are sunshine, food and medicine to the Soul."  Luther Burbank
         
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"May you be as hopeful as the break of day."
Baley Aldrich
"My loss of sight seems only withdrawn from the body without, to increase the sight of the soul within."  Milton "Often the clouds reveal the sunshine of His face."
Hilys Jasper
"Hope and pray to God, each time the dawn doth heaven fill."  Victor Hugo "O Lord, Jesus Christ, who alone art able to heal all manner of sickness in men; Grant health to your servant and great mercy."
St. John of Kronstadt
         
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"For I will restore health unto thee, saith the Lord."  Jeremiah 30:17 "Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest."  Matthew 11:28 "Mountain remove."  Matthew 17:20 "Mercy droppeth as a gentle rain from heaven; an attribute of God Himself."  Shakespeare "By perseverance, the snail reached the ark."  Spurgeon
         
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"Let us say with all our heart, and with all our soul, and with all our mind, Lord have mercy." "To survive the day is triumph enough!"
Studs Terkel
"Look at us," said the violets, blooming at her feet. "Here we are to comfort you."
Edward Payson
"Look at us," said the violets, blooming at her feet. "Here we are to comfort you."
Edward Payson
"Look at us," said the violets, blooming at her feet. "Here we are to comfort you."
Edward Payson
         
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"Inside yourself is a place where you live all alone... that is where you will discover the springs that never dry up."
Pearl S. Buck
"For I will restore health unto thee, saith the Lord."  Jeremiah 30:17 "In the darkest hour the soul is replenished and given the strength to continue and endure."  Heart Warrior Chosa "May you be as hopeful as the break of day."
Baley Aldrich
"Flowers always make people better and happier, thy are sunshine, food and medicine to the Soul."  Luther Burbank
         
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"Love can hope where reason would despair."  Baron Lyttelton "Love can hope where reason would despair."  Baron Lyttelton "The charities that soothe and heal and bless are scattered around our feet like flowers."  Wordsworth "If you look around you will find that God is in the furnace with you."  Spurgeon "Hency, the most vital movement of the heart is hope, the balm and lifeblood of the soul."
J. Armstrong
         
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"Faith can stifle science." Henri Frederic Amiel "Where is God?  Where is He not?"  Aristotle "Strong souls live like fire-hearted suns; spending their strength striving toward dreams and aspirations."  George Eliot "Call boldly upon God for good health, first of soul, then of body."  Seneca "My loss of sight seems only withdrawn from the body without, to increase the sight of the soul within."  Milton
         
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"Rest and be thankful."
Wordsworth
"Hope and pray to God, each time the dawn doth heaven fill."  Victor Hugo "We are never beneath hope while above hell; nor above hope while beneath heaven."  Anonymous "Purty soon, he wuz all slicked up like brand new."  Brer Rabbit "Love is what you've been through with somebody."  James Thurber
         
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"I have set before you life and death.  Choose life, that you may live.  Listen to the voice of the Lord and hold fast to Him for He is your life."
Deuteronomy 30:19,20
"The Lord calls his strongest soldiers out of the highlands of affliction."  Charles Spurgeon "Purty soon, he wuz all slicked up like brand new."  Brer Rabbit "Prayer is the very highest energy of which the mind is capable."
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
"Let us be patient, as these severe afflictions not from the ground arise, for often times celestial benedictions assume this dark disguise."  Longfellow
         
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"Let us be patient, as these severe afflictions not from the ground arise, for often times celestial benedictions assume this dark disguise."  Longfellow "Prayer is the very highest energy of which the mind is capable."
Samuel Taylor Coleridge
"For lo, I am with you always, even unto the ends of the earth."
Matthew 28:20
"Man is harder than iron, stronger than stone, and more fragile than a rose."  Turkish proverb "God heals the broken-hearted."  Psalms 147:3
         
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"The charities that soothe and heal and bless are scattered around our feet like flowers."  Wordsworth "Mercy droppeth as a gentle rain from heaven; an attribute of God Himself."  Shakespeare "Flowers always make people better and happier, thy are sunshine, food and medicine to the Soul."  Luther Burbank "Strong souls live like fire-hearted suns; spending their strength striving toward dreams and aspirations."  George Eliot "Man is harder than iron, stronger than stone, and more fragile than a rose."  Turkish proverb
         
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"Mercy droppeth as a gentle rain from heaven; an attribute of God Himself."  Shakespeare "For I will restore health unto thee, saith the Lord."  Jeremiah 30:17 "Man is harder than iron, stronger than stone, and more fragile than a rose."  Turkish proverb "To survive the day is triumph enough!"
Studs Terkel
"More things are wrought by prayer than this world dreams of."  Tennyson
         
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"Rest and be thankful." Wordsworth "Cast all your cares upon the Lord; His anchor holds."  Tennyson "Although the world is full of suffering, it is also full of the overcoming of it."  Helen Keller "Hope and pray to God, each time the dawn doth heaven fill."  Victor Hugo "Let us be patient, as these severe afflictions not from the ground arise, for often times celestial benedictions assume this dark disguise."  Longfellow
         
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"Thou wilt keep him in perfect peace whose mind is stayed on thee."
Isaiah 26:13
"Often the clouds reveal the sunshine of His face."
Hilys Jasper
"The mercy of the Lord is from everlasting to everlasting upon those who fear Him."  Psalms 103:17 "Mercy droppeth as a gentle rain from heaven; an attribute of God Himself."  Shakespeare "I have set before you life and death.  Choose life, that you may live.  Listen to the voice of the Lord and hold fast to Him for He is your life."
Deuteronomy 30:19,20
         
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"In the darkest hour the soul is replenished and given the strength to continue and endure."  Heart Warrior Chosa "Rest and be thankful."  Wordsworth "If only, by prayer incessant, I could change the will of Him who all things can..."  Milton "Faith can stifle science." Henri Frederic Amiel "Sorrow is only one of the lower notes in the oratorio of our blessedness."
Adoniram J. Gorden
         
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"Just after taps comes reveille."  K. Bryant "My loss of sight seems only withdrawn from the body without, to increase the sight of the soul within."  Milton "Strong souls live like fire-hearted suns; spending their strength striving toward dreams and aspirations."  George Eliot "Pray without ceasing."
1 Thessalonians 5:17
"God changeth never."  Longfellow
         
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"Closer is He than breathing, speak to Him, for He hears."  Tennyson "The mercy of the Lord is from everlasting to everlasting upon those who fear Him."  Psalms 103:17 "Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you; Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid."
John 14:27
"If you look around you will find that God is in the furnace with you."  Spurgeon "Let us be patient, as these severe afflictions not from the ground arise, for often times celestial benedictions assume this dark disguise."  Longfellow
         
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"The Lord calls his strongest soldiers out of the highlands of affliction."  Charles Spurgeon "Standeth God within the shadow keeping watch above his own."
James Russell Lowell
"God changeth never."  Longfellow "Let us say with all our heart, and with all our soul, and with all our mind, Lord have mercy." "Rest and be thankful." Wordsworth
         
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"The Lord calls his strongest soldiers out of the highlands of affliction."  Charles Spurgeon "Love's comfort will make endurable that which would overset the brain or break the heart."
William Wordsworth
"For I will restore health unto thee, saith the Lord."  Jeremiah 30:17 "Cheerfulness, like spring, opens all the blossoms of the inward man."
Jean Paul Richter
"The charities that soothe and heal and bless are scattered around our feet like flowers."  Wordsworth
         
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"Mercy droppeth as a gentle rain from heaven; an attribute of God Himself."  Shakespeare "Inside yourself is a place where you live all alone... that is where you will discover the springs that never dry up."
Pearl S. Buck
"Inside yourself is a place where you live all alone... that is where you will discover the springs that never dry up."
Pearl S. Buck
"If only, by prayer incessant, I could change the will of Him who all things can..."  Milton "For I will restore health unto thee, saith the Lord."  Jeremiah 30:17
         
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"Pray without ceasing."
1 Thessalonians 5:17
"Rest and be thankful."  Wordsworth "Purty soon, he wuz all slicked up like brand new."  Brer Rabbit "Let us be patient, as these severe afflictions not from the ground arise, for often times celestial benedictions assume this dark disguise."  Longfellow "Strong souls live like fire-hearted suns; spending their strength striving toward dreams and aspirations."  George Eliot
         
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"Reading is the best method for recuperation and healing."
Friedrich Neitzche
"The quintessence of calm lies in a sleeping cat."
Jules Renard
"A butterfly's a caterpillar all fixed up."
John Gay
"A sublime hope cheers ever the faithful heart."
Emerson
"Cheerfulness, like spring, opens all the blossoms of the inward man."
Jean Paul Richter
         
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"May the Lord make His face shine upon thee and be gracious unto thee."  Numbers 6:24 "May the Lord make His face shine upon thee and be gracious unto thee."  Numbers 6:24 "Cheerfulness, like spring, opens all the blossoms of the inward man."
Jean Paul Richter
"O Lord, Jesus Christ, who alone art able to heal all manner of sickness in men; Grant health to your servant and great mercy."
St. John of Kronstadt
"A sublime hope cheers ever the faithful heart."
Emerson
         
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"They never falter who light their lamp of faith at the unwavering flame."
Sir Francis Bacon
"May the Lord make His face shine upon thee and be gracious unto thee."  Numbers 6:24 "The task ahead of us is never as great as the Power behind us."  Anonymous "Mercy droppeth as a gentle rain from heaven; an attribute of God Himself."
William Shakespeare
"Mercy droppeth as a gentle rain from heaven; an attribute of God Himself."
William Shakespeare
         
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"Cheerfulness, like spring, opens all the inner blossoms of the soul."  Jean Paul Richter "Where is God?  Where is He not?"  Aristotle "Cheerfulness, like spring, opens all the inner blossoms of the soul."  Jean Paul Richter "O Lord, Jesus Christ, who alone art able to heal all manner of sickness in men; Grant health to your servant and great mercy."
St. John of Kronstadt

 

"Chocolate will revive you if you have not slept...but you have no chocolate!  My dear, how ever will you manage?"
Marquis de Sevigne
         
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"In the darkest hour the soul is replenished and given the strength to continue and endure."  Heart Warrior Chosa "Let my prayer arise..."
From the Vespers
"Of course, this infernal atmosphere has given me a cold and I have sat shivering all day with an utter disinclination to move."  Hawthorne "Always serve too much hot fudge sauce on hot fudge sundaes.  It makes people feel overjoyed."
Judith Olney
"Women are ethereal beings subsisting entirely upon chocolate marshmallow nut sundaes and cantaloupe."
Ogden Nash
         
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"Chocolate will revive you if you have not slept...but you have no chocolate!  My dear, how ever will you manage?"
Marquis de Sevigne
"May the Lord make His face shine upon thee and be gracious unto thee."
Numbers 6:24

 

"Flowers always make people better and happier, thy are sunshine, food and medicine to the Soul."  Luther Burbank "Closer is He than breathing... speak to Him for He hears."
Alfred Lord Tennyson
"Come unto me all ye that labor and are heavy laden and I will give you rest."  Matthew 11:28
         
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"God heals the broken-hearted."  Psalms 147:3 "Peace I leave with you, my peace I give unto you; Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid."
John 14:27
"The charities that soothe and heal and bless are scattered around our feet like flowers."  Wordsworth "Hope and pray to God, each time the dawn doth heaven fill."  Victor Hugo "Hope and pray to God, each time the dawn doth heaven fill."  Victor Hugo

 

         
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"Receive the hope that heaven lays on man's suffering heart."  Wordsworth "The gospel is to the heart what spring is to the earth, making every root, and bud and bough aspire to be more."  Henry Ward Beecher "All the world is one great pricker patch."
Julian Hawthorne
"Rest and be thankful."  Wordsworth  
         
         

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