1 Tom hoped and trusted, and was at peace.
2 True, there is religious trust for even the darkest hour.
3 I trust that the development of Africa is to be essentially a Christian one.
4 The despairing, haggard expression of her face had given way to one of gentle trust.
5 I an't a Christian like you, Eliza; my heart's full of bitterness; I can't trust in God.
6 I never have broke trust, nor used my pass no ways contrary to my word, and I never will.
7 But, to that nature, the very unbounded trust reposed in him was bond and seal for the most scrupulous accuracy.
8 I expect you to be good, and willing to learn; and I trust in God that I shall be faithful, and willing to teach.
9 Tom knelt before him, with clasped hands, and with an absorbed expression of love, trust, adoration, on his quiet face.
10 Like his Master, he knew that, if he saved others, himself he could not save; nor could utmost extremity wring from him words, save of prayers and holy trust.
11 On its borders I trust we stand; and the throes that now convulse the nations are, to my hope, but the birth-pangs of an hour of universal peace and brotherhood.
12 She loved her mother because she was so loving a creature, and all the selfishness that she had seen in her only saddened and perplexed her; for she had a child's implicit trust that her mother could not do wrong.
13 The words of holy trust, breathed by the friendly old man, stole like sacred music over the harassed and chafed spirit of George; and after he ceased, he sat with a gentle and subdued expression on his fine features.