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- Chesterton observed long ago that we only blaspheme what we hold sacred.
- As the text we read this morning makes clear, death is the penalty for blaspheming and cursing God.
- Already they are blaspheming and doing blasphemous things against the church.
- He is telling them to take care, because whoever he might be who blasphemes against the Holy Spirit, he will never be forgiven.
- If you ask people to stop swearing or blaspheming, some people will silently respect you while others will go out of their way to turn the air blue.
- Moreover, he indicts his accusers for blaspheming against the Holy Spirit.
- I think that was the first time I prayed, only I wasn't praying, I was blaspheming.
- Blaspheming the Holy Spirit is a sin that won't go away - ever.
- They are sure that the power that they wield as rulers has won the battle against this one who blasphemes.
- She had come close to death more than once and had known pain so excruciating that she felt sure the demons were tempting her to blaspheme.
- What good does it do that you believe and yet blaspheme?
- It seemed pretty good to them; you don't go to hell for sinning or blaspheming, but your heaven isn't as good as the people who don't sin at all.
- He blasphemed the only sacred values of the postmodern West: skepticism, relativism, pluralism and tolerance.
- I appeal to everybody here not to blaspheme this sacred place with political quarrels.
- Because Faustus has blasphemed against God in his incantations, Mephistophilis has come to see if he can claim Faustus' soul.
- I swore softly, taking care not to blaspheme in case that increased my punishment.
- What isn't said much these days - a forbidden thought much akin to blaspheming in church - is that modern democracy, as a way of governance, has problems.
- They drew attention to themselves by shouting loudly and blaspheming against Allah.
- Even Kathy was looking like she had blasphemed.
- We are also managing not to blaspheme too much.