The present version, which is a gross mistranslation, empties the response of its scriptural echoes, reading: "Lord, I am not worthy to receive you, but only say the word
and I shall be healed." The new text refers us to Luke 7:6-7, from which the words "come under my roof" (sub rectum meum) derive.
White was also told about the fate of young Christian children who were threatened with death if they don't say the words
that they will follow Mohammed.
"I had to say the words
I hated most, over and over, and it worked."
I heard of a young gymnast who said that in the training gym, she and her teammates were never allowed to say the words
"I can't." If they struggled with a new skill, they could say, "I'm working on it," or "I have to get stronger," but never "I can't."
Say the words
"down time" to any mining contractor, and one is guaranteed to see him cringe.
In the pages of a family newspaper I can't tell you what he said but let's just say the words
used rhyme with "Joe" and "blob".
The actual explicit exercise of infallibility is rare in the church, but trust in it is present every time we say the words
"I believe in the one, holy, catholic, and apostolic church."
Ohwa, tagu, siam." They needed to say the words
faster in order for the chant to work.
Say the words
"coal-powered engine," and images of men shoveling black rock into the fiery belly of a steam engine come to mind.
Administrators say the words
and phrases are considered obscene under the college's sexual harassment policy.
"It helps them to speak more quickly because we say the words
as we do the sign and they have already learned how to communicate.
CHARLES Kennedy did not say the words
attributed to him about his ability to lead the Liberal Democrats (Page 2, September 22).
The book features a map of the continent of Africa and even offers a "how to say the words
" section at the end of the book.