1 I must only pray to God for patience.
2 There are, I pray God and St. Joseph and Ste.
3 I can only trust in God and wait till the fog clears.
4 Please the good God, all this may not upset him again.
5 It looks like religious mania, and he will soon think that he himself is God.
6 So I can finish this diary; and God only knows if I shall ever begin another.
7 Everything is, however, now reopened; and what is to be the end God only knows.
8 God and the Blessed Virgin and the saints help a poor ignorant soul trying to do his duty.
9 Please God, I shall never, never forget them, nor the grave and sweet responsibilities I have taken upon me.
10 We are hedged in with difficulties, all of us, my poor old fellow; but, please God, we shall come through them all right.
11 However, thank God, these occasions grow less frequent as the days go on, and they will in time pass away altogether, I trust.
12 Arthur was saying that he felt since then as if they two had been really married and that she was his wife in the sight of God.
13 When he comes to-morrow I shall ask him about Jonathan; and then, please God, all this sorrow and anxiety may lead to a good end.
14 If so we are now off in the North Sea, and only God can guide us in the fog, which seems to move with us; and God seems to have deserted us.
15 My dear, please Almighty God, your life may be all it promises: a long day of sunshine, with no harsh wind, no forgetting duty, no distrust.
16 I must only try in the future to show that I am not ungrateful to God for all His goodness to me in sending to me such a lover, such a husband, and such a friend.
17 I wanted her to tell me what they were; but she would only cross herself, and say she would never tell; that the ravings of the sick were the secrets of God, and that if a nurse through her vocation should hear them, she should respect her trust.
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