Sometimes I think poor Chloe's prayers bring me help from above; for the good soul is always praying for me.
She must go out through the little side door Lest the nuns who were always praying before The Virgin's altar should hear her pass.
re often gradual, but always sure if the sufferer always prays.
What has passed between"-- "Why, mother, he was saying that we who were Christians drew to ourselves and did not care for the salvation of our friends; and then I told him how I had always prayed for him, and how I should be willing even to give up my hopes in heaven, if he might be saved."
But still I shall always pray I may never have a child.
I always pray for you more when you are away than I do when you are at home, because I know you are interrupted and hindered about your devotions more or less when journeying.
There was once an old couple who always prayed for a child, for they had always been childless.
"Perhaps some day even you--But no--no, I will always pray the Lord to keep you from every evil."
"--"To keep always praying aloud, is plainly impossible.
I cannot tell why it is, except that I always pray for my business, and ask the Lord to bless it for the good of others, and that the means which come from it may be used for his cause.
Keeping back his tears I--I--Pelageya Egorovna, for all your kindness, and for all your consideration--even though it may be I am not worth it--seeing that while I was an orphan--you never deserted me--and like a mother--I will be thankful to you all my life, and will always pray to God for you.
He was always praying to be delivered from his sisters and nephews and nieces, whose embarrassing demands no calculated coldness could repress.
'And so, after these unwearied watchings, it often happened that, praying for an excessive length of time, she fell asleep on a mat beside her husband's bed, and being reproved for it by her maidens, answered: "Though I cannot always pray, yet I can do violence to my own flesh by tearing myself in the meantime from my couch."'
I know you will always pray for me, and wherever I am I shall try to do just as I think you would want me to do.
Say unto one sinning, that I have prayed unto the Christ that died for him,--that his mother is always praying for her son.
Said Sammy: "I have not wanted for any good thing, and could always pray with Job, 'The Lord gave and the Lord taketh away, blessed be the name of the Lord.'"
The women, they are always praying; but when we thus presented ourselves to give thanks, it meant something, a real homage; and with a feeling of solemnity we separated, aware that we had contented both earth and heaven.
Whether I shall always pray for the king is another matter.
I always pray for you, my dear brother, as our mother taught me to do; and I had hoped that you had not given up the petition for your sister which you also used to say at her knee.'