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1  "Come, God is merciful," she wrote.
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2  God gave the day, God gave the strength.
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3  Our life has been joined, not by man, but by God.
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4  And as to the profits, why, I must make what God gives.
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5  Yes; God sends the cross and sends the strength to bear it.
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6  To seem better to people, to myself, to God; to deceive everyone.
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7  Go round tomorrow morning, make an offer in due form, and God bless you.
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8  Even the holy fathers had doubts, and prayed to God to strengthen their faith.
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9  "God knows whether they are fully reconciled," thought Anna, hearing her tone, cold and composed.
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10  Doubt is natural to the weakness of mankind, but we must pray that God in His mercy will strengthen us.
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11  I only know that she thanks God for everything, for every misfortune, and thanks God too that her husband died.
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12  Your feelings are an affair of your own conscience; but I am in duty bound to you, to myself, and to God, to point out to you your duties.
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13  "Well, God be with you," she said at the door of the study, where a shaded candle and a decanter of water were already put by his armchair.
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14  I sometimes even have doubts of the existence of God, Levin could not help saying, and he was horrified at the impropriety of what he was saying.
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15  "Thank God, she has refused him," thought the mother, and her face lighted up with the habitual smile with which she greeted her guests on Thursdays.
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16  The bailiff came in, and said everything, thank God, was doing well; but informed him that the buckwheat in the new drying machine had been a little scorched.
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17  "But it seems it was the will of God," he added, and as he said it felt how foolish a remark it was, and with difficulty repressed a smile at his own foolishness.
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18  "Parfen Denisitch now, for all he was no scholar, he died a death that God grant every one of us the like," she said, referring to a servant who had died recently.
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19  And death, which was here in this loved brother, groaning half asleep and from habit calling without distinction on God and the devil, was not so remote as it had hitherto seemed to him.
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20  He believed neither in God nor the devil, but was much concerned about the question of the improvement of the clergy and the maintenance of their revenues, and took special trouble to keep up the church in his village.
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