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"So going to Benares, where will find address and forward rupees for boy who is apple of eye, and for Almighty God's sake execute this education, and your petitioner as in duty bound shall ever awfully pray.
He was already sufficiently startled by a letter from the Temple of the Tirthankars at Benares, enclosing a native banker's note of hand for three hundred rupees, and an amazing prayer to 'Almighty God'.
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.
In his congratulatory message, President Rouhani prayed the Almighty God to bestow success and prosperity to the Lebanese government and nation.
Chest, Heart and Stroke Association: pounds 5 Thanking Almighty God, Sacred Heart, St Jude, St Joseph and St Anthony for prayers answered.
Submit your little needle of life to the guidance and power of Almighty God. Make a difference.
The Mufti of the Republic extends to President Zine el Abidine Ben Ali his best wishes, praying Almighty God for many happy returns to him, to his wife, Mrs.
Where the Holy Quran speaks of the Muslims duty to defend and protect all houses of worship, to whatever religion they may belong, it speaks of the mosque last of all, but it mentions its distinctive characteristics, namely that the name of Almighty God is remembered there most of all: A"Did not God check one set of people by means of another, there would surely have been pulled down monasteries, churches, synagogues, and mosques, in which the name of God is commemorated in abundant measure'A" (22:40).
Franklin Circuit Court struck down legislation mandating that the office add references to the state's relationship to God in its training and educational materials and display a plaque that reads in part, "The safety of the Commonwealth cannot be achieved apart from reliance upon Almighty God."
And that - ultimately - it is almighty God who causes the rain to fall, the crops to grow and for there to be prosperity and wellbeing.
When at last Almighty God did create a material universe on earth in the Garden of Eden, He gave the first human beings, Adam and Eve, permission to eat the fruit of all the trees in the Garden, but with one exception.
What awesome texts these are to explain the different "positions" of prayer and what happens when we unburden ourselves in any way to almighty God. Is this not the most wonderful message to proclaim, assuring God's chosen that God wants to be fully and wholly in relationship with each of us, at all times and in all places--with those beginning their faith journeys, with those ending their time on earth; with Jacob the wrestler, Paul the experienced preacher, Timothy the new pastor, the widow, and even the judge?