Pertaining in a sentence

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Right here must come in a line of truth that will lead us from the spirit of dictation in our prayers to God in all matters pertaining to our worldly concerns.
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Yea, the promise of all things pertaining to life and Godliness, and whatever God has promised we may warrantably pray for.
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During all this period he has lived with the strictest economy, and everything pertaining to his house, table, dress and equipage has been in the most simple style; and though he has twice been a member of the State Senate, he conscientiously retains this simplicity in his mode of life.
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All women, widows, matrons, or maids, are deeply interested in matters pertaining to marriage.
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This surgeon had then under treatment over 100 cases pertaining to his proper command, and was himself ill, but he readily came and inspected the patient.
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There was not to be any doubt from year to year as to the limits of Federal power on the one hand and State power on the other; nor as to the structure of the Federal government and the respective functions of the legislative, executive, and judicial departments of that government; nor as to the preservation of certain fundamental rights pertaining to life, liberty and property.
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None (of the members of the board) must spread the matters or methods pertaining to the conference.
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There are no incontrovertible doctrines pertaining to tariffs or financial operations, which are modified by circumstances.
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Henry Clay deserves great praise and glory for his persistent efforts at conciliation,-not only in matters pertaining to the tariff, but in the question of slavery to harmonize conflicting interests.
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The first great case which gave Webster a national reputation was that pertaining to Dartmouth College, his _alma mater_, which he loved as Newton loved Cambridge.
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I should have written sooner, but have been engaged with matters pertaining to Mr. Speranza's estate and personal debts.
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It becomes his obligation not only to direct them in matters pertaining to their own welfare, physically, intellectually, and morally, but he has a responsibility in helping to establish the standards of society to which individuals naturally subscribe more or less unconsciously.
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Since Miss Burton had taken charge of the gymnasium, Dorothy, who was always to the fore in out-of-door life, had been more than ever devoted to everything pertaining to physical culture.
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Everything pertaining to Louis Akers was of supreme interest those days to the Benedict employees.
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Much more then things pertaining to this life?
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Discourse of Matters pertaining to Religion_, b. ii.
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Then she made deliberate mention of a book in which she kept records of all pertaining to her stock, and she walked slowly toward the table, and when near the door she suddenly whirled and thrust it open.
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Without strife of some sort the world would become like a stagnant pool breeding nothing but weeds and the slimy creatures pertaining to foulness.
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The manner in which the portions pertaining to God are conveyed to Him varies.
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And in order that I might enquire into the matters of the science with the same freedom of mind with which we are wont to treat lines and surfaces in mathematics; I determined not to laugh or to weep over the actions of men, but simply to understand them; and to contemplate their affections and passions, such as love, hate, anger, envy, arrogance, pity and all other disturbances of soul not as vices of human nature, but as properties pertaining to it in the same way as heat, cold, storm, thunder pertain to the nature of the atmosphere.
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Examples of Pertaining

Example #1
We cannot tell what is for our highest spiritual good.
Example #2
Abiding in Christ, our will will be His will, as to desiring that which will most advance the divine life and promote confidence in God, and all our desires for material blessings will be subordinated to this motive.
Example #3
The blind prayed for sight, the lepers for a cure, the lame far the use of their limbs, and the deaf for the use of their ears, and surely had they prayed unwarrantably, their prayers would not have been so miraculously answered.
Example #4
He answers as follows this question: "_Should we fray for temporal blessings?
Example #5
The farm is rocky and remote from the village, and his whole property, real and personal, would not exceed in value three thousand dollars.
Example #6
In the six next years he paid off the debt, and having abandoned the intention of ever being any richer, he has ever since given his entire income, after supporting his family and thoroughly educating his six children.