please God


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please God

A supplication asking that something be the case. Please God the doctors are able to treat the tumor. We're just hoping that the bank will lend us the money, please God.
See also: god, please
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ˌplease ˈGod

used to say that you very much hope or wish that something will happen: Please God, don’t let him be dead.
See also: god, please
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It's the first time I ever heard my brother Peter was so wishful to please God Almighty; but if I was to be struck helpless I must say it's hard--I can think no other."
I am really proud to make it this far & please God I make it to final CLIONA HAGAN yesterday
We truly please God when we finally learn to say, 'Not my will, but Thy will be done, Lord!' Please remember that life is not so much about your personal agenda and ambition as doing God's will and mission.
We either act with sinful, thankless hearts which leads to foolish talk or crude jokes, or we act with thankful hearts and thereby please God with our speech.
Jodhpur (Rajasthan) [India], Jun 10 ( ANI ): In a shocking incident, Jodhpur police arrested a man for allegedly killing his four-year-old daughter to please God.
Live your life similarly and you will please God. Using the phrase "the way of Jesus" is a subtle play on Luke's words in Acts 18 where he tells us about Aquila and Priscilla taking Apollos under their wing and explaining to him "the way of God" more completely.
Fill his arms with roses Lord and when you see him smile, take his hand for me please God and hold it for a while.
He looked up to the heavens and cried: "Please God tell me what to do."
There is only one story, and please God let it be the last ever story of the Grand National.
The concluding ceremony included the forum speech given by Azzah bint Mohammed al-Aysariya, Head of Women Counseling department in which she said that the 2nd forum entitled "Work Perfection to Please God" calls for perfection in work and what it requires of excellence and progress.
Andrew Aitken, 41, collapsed in the street while the distraught officer slapped his back, saying: "Please God, son, spit it out."
As one of the Amigo's, his love for beer shows, but please God don't let him turn Heaven into Moe's.
Last week's winner was M Scott of Coventry, who wrote: "Please God, I know you preach love, but surely not 40-love to Nadal!
This would please God and bring His blessings, surely?
"I'm the one that's still saying 'Please God, please God, don't take him yet.'"