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world without end

For ever and ever; until the end of time. This unusual wording is taken from the King James translation of the phrase in saecula saeculorum. I vowed to love him world without end. The only part of the hymn I can remember goes, "As it was in the beginning, is now and ever shall be, world without end. Amen."
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world without end

Forever.
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The DVD also includes a behind-the-scenes featurette, "The Making of Ken Follett's World Without End".
WORLD WITHOUT END is out to own on Blu-ray and DVD from Sony Pictures Home Entertainment.
Glen Soderholm, a singer/songwriter and Presbyterian minister based in the southwestern Ontario town of Rockwood; has released his fourth CD, World Without End. The new recording features six original songs and six hymns that capture the seasons of worship.
Of particular importance is chapter 10, "World without End. Amen," which describes the thinking and behavior surrounding Christian death from the perspective of the laity (largely uncharted territory).
Cause is tradition: World without end, (that is to say 'world' as we know it) on the first Saturday in April at Aintree near Liverpool they run the Grand National and there was no reason for this not to happen last Saturday, nor indeed on the first April Saturday in perpetuity, which leaves me with particulars.
As these Openings reach ever deeper through body, spirit, soul, we breathe them in, lifting closer to ourselves, each other, and the world without end.
World without end Amen'' When I feel really generous,I say the Benedicite quietly to myself,``All ye works of the Lord bless ye the Lord; praise Him and magnify Him for ever''.
CW-6 and LBW brought great consistency to the collects by utilizing the trinitarian ending, "One God, now and forever"--modified from "world without end." Even when the trinitarian ascription of praise is not used, "forever" ends prayers.
It calls for a will power and determination to start the course for positive action, a refusal to be bound by the notion that "this is the way things have always been done, are now done and will ever after be done world without end".
World Without End: Mainstream American Protestant Visions of the Last Things, 1880-1925.
Our children deserve a world without end, not a war without end.
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son: and to the Holy Ghost; As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be: world without end. Amen
They desire, therefore they are - world without end. Artist after artist is touched by this rough magic of reading, and is moved to create in turn: isolated high school students in towns "that are not quite the centre of anything" open Leaves of Grass and are rescued by the discovery of poetry, "and though the teacher has made it clear this man is a gasbag and mad, she feels the ineffable intake of a tremendous breath.
Gaudebo - word breathed out in a dream In the lovely Latin which survives Although lost to all of our schools Let us rejoice at the Lord's altar Intone Racine or an old catechism Gaudebo for that child in wooden clogs Coming across the plain where the wind sweeps The truant snow whose only alphabet Is the planet's bruises and wounds Gaudebo for on the garden path In the world without end of June He received the sacrament of dawn: For the sole orbit of his eyes, the night Gathered up stars, frozen but Beating hearts, and, embracing the seasons The river spoke in vowels rubbed raw Against the raucous ivory of the rocks How much time had to pass for that scorched Throat blocked with stones to break loose!
But isn't the World without End and indeed if not, at least hundreds of millions of years old and represented by a trebly trembling troubling sing sing singularly rare prime number not yet computed?
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