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326 examples of  knoweth  in sentences

326 examples of knoweth in sentences

Two of my special favorites are in the Revelation,'To him that overcometh, to him will I give of the hidden manna, and I will give him a white stone, and upon the stone a new name written, which no one knoweth but he that receiveth it.'

'He who loveth knoweth God,' and 'to know him is life eternal.'

"He knoweth the secret of our hiding-place!"

"'Tis said he knoweth the causeway through the fen!"

As thou wert true to her, so was she true to thee, as true asaye, as true as I am, and true am I, Saint Cuthbert knoweth that, who hath heard my prayers full oft of late, master.

But alack, she is far hence and he lieth here sick and like to perish and I am but poor Rogera very sinful man that knoweth not what to do.

Lordsha, messires, there is talk afoot of seizing the gates, of opening to this churchman and praying his intercession to Ivo's mercyto Ivo the Black, that knoweth nought of mercy.

she sobbed, "God knoweth I do so love thee that thy dear flesh is mine, methinks, and the steel that woundeth thee shall hurt me also.

And this I do swear thee, masteron the cross!" Quoth Beltane: "Giles, he that knoweth himself unworthy, if that his love be a true love, shall by that love make himself, mayhap, worthier than most.

Saint Cuthbert knoweth I have striven and likewise plagued him sore upon the matter, and yet my beltmy accursed belt yet beareth a notchbehold!"

" "Why, then 'twas thrice, Rogerthe banner hampered me and" "'Twas but twice, alack!" sighed Roger, "Saint Cuthbert knoweth 'twas but twice and being a very watchful saint may not be cheated, Giles.

"Forsooth, lord, there is no man knoweth more of forestry than my good comrade Roger!"

What knoweth she of evils like to these, That dead Polyxena, thou weepest for? There liveth not in my life any more The hope that others have.

'Twill be no easy thing, God knoweth.

LEADER. Out on the smoke she goeth, And her name no man knoweth; And the cloud is northward, southward; Troy is gone for ever!

Who knoweth the spirit of man that it goeth upward, and the spirit of the beast that it goeth downward to the earth?"

Then up spake Edward of Deirwold in a deep voice of anger, "Is it thou, Allan a Dale, that hath bred all this coil in a church?" "Nay," quoth merry Robin, "that have I done, and I care not who knoweth it, for my name is Robin Hood.

Moreover, I would say unto myself, a woman knoweth nought of the great things appertaining to state government; and, likewise, I know a woman is ever prone to take up a fancy, even as she would pluck a daisy from the roadside, and then throw it away when the savor is gone; therefore, though she hath taken a fancy to this outlaw, it will soon wane away and be forgotten.

I am contentGod loveth all, And if He tenderly The sparrow guides, He knoweth best The place where I should be.

An epicure hath some reason to allege, an extortioner is a man of wisdom, and acteth prudently in comparison to him; for they enjoy some pleasure, or acquire some gain here, in lieu of their salvation hereafter, but this fondling offendeth Heaven, and abandoneth happiness, he knoweth not why or for what.

If Britain be only RICH, then she must be safe and right.' To which Moses, being a wise lawgiver, and having, moreover, in him the Spirit of the Lord who knoweth what is in man, makes a reasonable, liberal, humane answer.

And then, when they see ignorant people running after quacks and impostors, spirit-rappers and table-turners, St. Simonians and Mormons, and false prophets of every kind, they will have nothing to say but 'This people which knoweth not the law is accursed.'

And he buried him in a valley in the land of Moab, over against Beth-peor; but no man knoweth of his sepulchre unto this day.

And speeding swiftly with a lapwing's flight, Backward she hurried to the little spring, Led by a power that knoweth not the night, But flies through darkness with unerring wing; And so e'er morning shimmer'd in the East, She clasp'd her dead babe to her panting breast.

Who knoweth love aright, may well conceive By like adventures that to them befall.

" CHORUS 3. 'Tis true, that Dian chaseth with her bow The flying hart, the goat, and foamy boar: By hill, by dale: in heat, in frost, in snow: She recketh not, but laboureth evermore; Love seeks not her, ne knoweth where to find.

for the Devil is come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time.

The sin which one has made his bosom companion, comes back to him at last with accelerated force; for the evil knoweth its time is short.

For he knoweth the maiden well; and the father, who is most honorably reported in Venice for the wonder of his discoveries in his industry of glass.

"That which seemeth best to thee, my mother, in the matter of the meeting, Marina would surely do; for it is thou who must guard for us these little matters of custom, which none knoweth better.

"And so?" "And so, sweet mother, none knoweth half so well as thou how best to greet her whom I long to bring to thee, that she may know and love thee as she doth love her fatherwith a great love, very beautiful and tender.

" "My Lady Laura, none knoweth better of her beauty and none so proud of her as I, who had thought to hide my head for the disgrace of it!

For so hath her strange whim wrought upon her that she knoweth naught of that which passeth around her, and one face to her is like another.

"She hath so spent herself in grieving that she knoweth naught.

knoweth nothing of the matter!

She, as the harvest moon That goeth on her way, and knoweth not The fields of grain whose ripening ears

Would that fair soul, all tired of emptiness, Have risen from the couch of its unrest, And looked to heaven again, again believed In God's realities of life and fact? Would not her soul have sung unto itself, In secret joy too good for that vain throng: "I have a friend, a ploughman, who is wise, And knoweth God, and goodness, and fair faith; Who needeth not the outward shows of things, But worships the unconquerable truth:

And zif sche have ony child, sche may zeve it to what man sche list, that hathe companyed with hire; so that no man knoweth there, whether the child be his or anotheres.

That Iolaos had respect thereto seven-gated Thebes knoweth well, for when he had stricken down the head of Eurystheus beneath the edge of the sword, she buried the slayer beneath the earth in the tomb of Amphitryon the charioteer, where his father's father was laid, a guest of the Spartoi, who had left his home to dwell among the streets of the sons of Kadmos who drave white horses.

He who knoweth shall say if indeed I come with slanderous speech upon my lips to strike a jarring note.

Touching the unproven there is silence, and none knoweth them: yea and even from them that strive Fortune hideth herself until they come unto the perfect end; for she giveth of this and of that.

Ah, knoweth he not, that when what lies in the grave shall be bared And that brought forth that is in men's breasts, Verily in that day shall the Lord be made wise concerning them?"

And God knoweth that they are surely liars!'

[Sidenote: Sir Percydes knoweth the ring that Percival wears] Now while Sir Percival and Sir Percydes sat at supper in the castle of Sir Percydes, Sir Percival chanced to lay his hand in love upon the sleeve of Sir Percydes's arm, and that moment Sir Percydes saw the ring upon Sir Percival's finger which the young damosel of the pavilion had given unto him in exchange for his ring.

Well he knoweth all of them, all the grave and gay, These are they he dreamt of in the far and far away; Saints and sinners, see they come down the bygone years, And the world still shares with them its laughter and its tears.

Love is its own best lawits wrongs seek no redress; Love is forgivenessand it only knoweth how to bless.

God most certainly heareth them that pray in faith, and granteth when and how he pleaseth, and knoweth most profitable for them.

Immortal lives the seer beside the sea, He knoweth death and life, all secret things; And this alone your servant to you brings.

4 May God who knoweth (that) he knew not to his place return.

5 May the goddess who knoweth (that) he knew not to her place return.

15 Of mankind thou writest the number and there is none that knoweth.

17 Whether it be afflicted or whether it be blessed there is none that knoweth.

Yet Time'tis the strangest thing of all Knoweth not the sense of the words he saith; Eternity taught him his parrot-call Of 'Love and Death.' Year after year doth the old man climb The mountainous knees of Eternity, But Eternity telleth nothing to Time It may not be.

Farewell to the evening meal in the tent door, to the couch on the friendly earth, to the yells of the muleteers, to the deliberate marches of the plodding horse, and the endless rocking of the dromedary that knoweth his master!

'If any man think that he knoweth anything, he knoweth nothing yet as he ought to know.'

'If any man think that he knoweth anything, he knoweth nothing yet as he ought to know.'

What a man knows not, that he doth require, And what he knoweth, that he cannot use.

Ah! when the friendly taper gloweth, Once more within our narrow cell, Then in the heart itself that knoweth, A light the darkness doth dispel.

There lies the gold, but to procure it thence, That is the art: who knoweth to commence?

In cellars vast, impervious made, Goblets of gold he sees displayed, Dishes and plates, row after row; There beakers, rich with rubies, stand; And would he use them, close at hand Well stored the ancient moisture lies; Yetwould ye him who knoweth, trust?

But to Him who knoweth all things, we leave the matter.

The Night of Time far surpasseth the Day, and who knoweth the Equinox?Sir THOMAS BROWNE.

For if thou altogether holdest thy peace at this time, then shall there enlargement and deliverance arise to the Jews from another place: but thou and thy father's house shall be destroyed: and who knoweth whether thou art come to the kingdom for such a time as this.

For if thou altogether holdest thy peace at this time, then shalt there enlargement and deliverance arise to the Jews from another place: but thou and thy father's house shall be destroyed: and who knoweth whether thou art come to the kingdom for such a time as this.

For if thou altogether holdest thy peace at this time, then shalt there enlargement and deliverance arise to the Jews from another place: but thou and thy father's house shall be destroyed: and who knoweth whether thou art come to the kingdom for such a time as this.

"My good Lord," he says, "help me and the City both in this and that the church may stand, whereby I may keep my name, and the City have commodity and ease to their desire, which shall follow if by your goodness it might be brought to a collegiate church, as Lichfield, and so that fair City shall have a perpetual comfort of the same, as knoweth the Holy Trinity, who preserve your Lordship in honour to your heart's comfort.

She had a heart fitted for friendship, and she had friends who could appreciate her; but God suffered her not to find rest in these things, her ear was open to His own paternal voice, and she became His child, in the way that the world is not and knoweth not.

"Like the barren heath in the desert, which knoweth not when good comes.

"Like the barren heath in the desert, which knoweth not when good cometh."See

That it is God alone who can dissipate it; that it is He alone whom we can never doubt; that He alone is true, and knoweth all things; that if we go to Him in sincerity, He will teach us what men dare not tell us, what books can notall that is essential for us to know.

And he shall not suffer iniquity to lodge in their midst; and none that knoweth wickedness shall dwell with them.

But it is Krishna alone who precisely knoweth what I am; and it is I alone who precisely know what Krishna (really) is.

As Agni, who knoweth the character of both the good and the bad, leaveth unscorched by his heat the bodies of those whose designs are honest, and is thus partial to them, so good men judge the assertions of boys, although lacking the power of speech, and are favourably disposed towards them.

"Our passing life here that we have in our sense-soul knoweth not what our Self is," and the cause of our disease is that we rest in little things which can never satisfy us, for "our Soul may never have rest in things that are beneath itself."

God knoweth how we shall be delt withall in Goa, and therefore if you can procure our masters to send the king of Spaine his letters for our releasement, you should doe vs great good: for they cannot with iustice put vs to death.

" Before the day fixed for re-assembling, the last of the descendants of Charlemagne, Charles, duke of Lower Lorraine, brother of the late King Lothaire, and paternal uncle of the late King Louis, "went to Rheims in quest of the archbishop, and thus spake to him about his rights to the throne: 'All the world knoweth, venerable father, that, by hereditary right, I ought to succeed my brother and my nephew.

And as for M. More, whom the verite most offendeth, and doth but mocke it out when he can not sole it, he knoweth my name wel inough" (sub fin).

"He knoweth our frame, and remembereth that we are dust, and is touched with a feeling of our infirmities.

But he that hateth his brother is in darkness, and walketh in darkness and knoweth not whither he goeth, because that darkness hath blinded his eyes. . . .

He knoweth what is concealed and what is manifest.

I knew a Man in Christ (says St Paul, speaking of himself) above fourteen Years ago (whether in the Body, I cannot tell, or whether out of the Body, I cannot tell: God knoweth) such a one caught up to the third Heaven.

And I knew such a Man, (whether in the Body, or out of the Body, I cannot tell: God knoweth,) how that he was caught up into Paradise, and heard unspeakable Words, which it is not possible for a Man to utter.

But inasmuch as no man knoweth the end of the spoken word, as that which is spoken to-day, earnestly and simply, may not reappear for years, and may then appear with force and quality of hidden virtue, there is reason for our uniting together beyond the proof of necessity which is given in the fact of our existence.

There is one blasphemy: for death to pray, For God alone knoweth the praise of death.

TO THEM THAT MOURN (W.E.G., May 1898) Lift up your heads: in life, in death, God knoweth his head was high.

If I know mine own heart, I desire not to be acquitted; if I have erred, or if this trial of my faith is needful for me by Him who knoweth with what food to feed His poor dependent ones, thou hast been with me in heights and in depths, in joy and in sorrow, therefore to thee I speak.

27: "All things are delivered unto ME of my Father; and no man knoweth the Son but the Father; neither knoweth any man the Father, save the Son; and he to whomsoever the Son will reveal him.

27: "All things are delivered unto ME of my Father; and no man knoweth the Son but the Father; neither knoweth any man the Father, save the Son; and he to whomsoever the Son will reveal him.

She knoweth the Pandavas.

He knoweth well the intentions of the Pandavas and striketh terror in our hearts.

Methinks, Bhishma is not stupefied, for he knoweth how to counteract this weapon of mine.

The foundation standeth sure,the Lord knoweth them that are His."

Not but what Mess John knoweth somewhat of the lear of love also among the well-favored dames of the city.

Two little urchins at her knee You must paint, Sir: one like me, The other with a clearer brow, And the light of his adventurous eyes Flashing with boldest enterprise: At ten years old he went to sea, God knoweth if he be living now, He sailed in the good ship "Commodore," Nobody ever crossed her track To bring us news, and she never came back.

When we cannot tell what our disease and distemper is, and so cannot seek suitable remedies, or help from God, O what a comfort is it, to know and believe, that he is the truth, with whom we have to do, and so knoweth our distemper perfectly, and all its causes and symptoms,truth cannot be at a stand in discerning our disease; so nor can he be ignorant of the fittest and only safest cures.

When we know not what to ask in prayer, as not knowing what is best for us, it is a comfort to remember that we have to do with the Truth, who is perfectly acquainted with all that, and knoweth what is best.

To the knowledge of the Father; "for no man knoweth the Father but the Son;" and he alone, who came out of the bosom of the Father, revealeth him.

It was said of Jesus Christ, 'How knoweth this man letters, never having learned?'

They would bring you life, but the death in him that knoweth and doeth not is strong; in your air they drop and die, winged things

He knoweth no difference between them that sit on thrones, and those that go from door to door.