Come in a sentence

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Right words are true and therefore free, they are never bound or fettered by time or space, they go to the farthest corners of the earth, and when the lips that spoke them first have long since mouldered in the grave, other voices take up with unwearying enthusiasm their message of life and love, as for instance the mystical “Come unto me” which has sounded from unnumbered tongues and brought oceans of balm to troubled hearts.
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Pedro Nazaré said, “Come on, Fred, let’s get going, we’ll have to pack.
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On the contrary, Matthew Paris says, “_Comes pepercit iis_,” “the Earl spared them.
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Solomon’s throne was great which he made of ivory, and had six steps, and twelve lions, two on every step, and the queen of the South was astonished when she saw it; and it is said in the Canticles, “Come forth, O daughters of Zion, and behold king Solomon with the crown wherewith his mother crowned him in the day of his marriage, and in the day of the gladness of his heart.
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For if we die now in the state of salvation, then at the last general day of judgment we shall hear this joyful sentence, proceeding out of the mouth of our Saviour Christ, when he will say, “Come, ye blessed of my Father, possess that kingdom which is prepared for you from the beginning of the world.
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I pray God, that we may be of the number of those who shall hear this joyful and most comfortable voice of Christ our Saviour, when he will say, “Come, ye blessed of my Father, possess the kingdom which is prepared for you before the foundation of the world was laid.
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But now let us hear how the prophet proceeds:— “Come, thou my people, enter within thy chamber, shut thy door after thee, hide thyself a very little while, until the indignation pass over.
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Faith takes a new grip on its sword and says, “Come on; let’s go and conquer them.
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A pleasant-faced young man stepped up to him and said, “Come in, Bill, and I will get you a good seat.
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Brother Joyful laughed, and his eyes twinkled as he said, “Come over here and let me give you an object-lesson.
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He grasped Daniel’s shoulder, and spoke in a tone of violent command: “Come home with me this minute!
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He sheathed his faulchion, blood be-dyed: “Come, dear Gulborg, we hence will ride.
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Look here, old fellow,” he said at length in an undertone, something very unusual with him, “come up to my room.
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To my surprise and joy, however, he recovered himself, and disentangling his limbs from the fractured branches, he peered out from his leafy bed, and shouted lustily, “Come on, my hearty, there is no other alternative!
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It is the Marquis of Esmond,” says the colonel, “come to welcome his Majesty to his house of Castlewood, and to report of what hath happened in London.
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The noises of the storm died away, and about midday Niltci came into the cave and said to the man: “Come forth; your enemies have been dispersed.
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It is a very suggestive thought that it is in the Gospel of Mark, which is the Gospel of service, we hear the Master saying to His disciples, “Come ye apart into a desert place, and rest awhile.
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To the young man and young woman, just entering the arena of life, Ambition says, “Come and follow me, and I will crown you with glory and honor.
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What a contrast, what a delusion! from rags to silks and satins; from a filthy abode not fit for pigs to a palace; from turnips and diseased bacon to wine and biscuits; from beds of rotten straw to crimson and gold-covered chairs; from trampling among dead cats to a carpet composed of wild flowers; from “Get out you wretch and fetch some money, no matter how,” to “Come here, my dear, is there anything I can do for you?
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It is the outer darkness; it is the far country; it is the famine, which comes as a holy and blessed evil, sent to save, by bringing to repentance, the prodigal child, who has not yet “come to himself.
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Examples of Come

Example #1
Words of Peace have been victorious, where war would have meant defeat, and no talent is more to be desired than ability to always say the right word at the auspicious time.
Example #2
The word of an agitator may rouse the passions of a mob and impel it to awful bloodshed, as in the French Revolution, where dictatorial mandates of mob-rule killed and exiled at pleasure, or, the strain of “Home, Sweet Home” may cement the setting of a family-circle beyond possibility of rupture.
Example #3
And why follow her suggestions?
Example #4
I tell you it’s ridiculous.
Example #5
Anyhow, there is not a single word about the Jews having been sent to Cornwall, or having had to work in the mines.
Example #6
After thus looking in vain for any truly historical evidence in support of Jewish settlements in Cornwall, I suppose they may in future be safely treated as a “verbal myth,” of which there are more indeed in different chapters of history, both ancient and modern, than is commonly supposed.