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The whole creation groaneth and travaileth in pain together until now.
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Bringing into connection with Genesis the declaration of St. Paul that "the whole creation groaneth and travaileth together in pain until now," he finds additional scriptural proof that the earthquakes were the result of Adam's fall.
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I am told the whole creation groaneth and travaileth in pain together until now; that it is on the tiptoe of expectation with neck and head stretched out waiting for the Coming of the Son of God and all the sons of glory.
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And all creation groaneth and travaileth in this one vast endeavor.
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For we know that the whole creation groaneth and travaileth in pain together until now.
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Behold, he travaileth with mischief: he hath conceived sorrow, and brought forth ungodliness.
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The whole creation groaneth and travaileth together.
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And evere his hunger after more Travaileth him aliche sore, So is he peined overal.
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The herte upon the gold travaileth, Whom many a nyhtes drede assaileth; For thogh he ligge abedde naked, His herte is everemore awaked, And dremeth, as he lith to slepe, How besi that he is to kepe His tresor, that no thief it stele.
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Examples of Travaileth

Example #1
Nothing less than that event can arrest the dreadful conditions and bring the long promised deliverance.
Example #2
And as we look about us at the condition of things, surely only the Coming of our Lord appears to be the remedy.
Example #3
He declares, in his sermon on God's Approbation of His Works, that "before the sin of Adam there were no agitations within the bowels of the earth, no violent convulsions, no concussions of the earth, no earthquakes, but all was unmoved as the pillars of heaven.
Example #4
Again, he declares that earthquakes are the "effect of that curse which was brought upon the earth by the original transgression.
Example #5
Put your ear to the bosom of old mother earth and you will hear a moaning and lament like unto women in travail who seek to bring to the birth.
Example #6
The grain that is reaped and the flowers that bloom grow forth from the fatness of the grave and the impulse of corruption, watered by tears distilled from the heartache of the generations old who have sorrowed above that grave and wept and hoped in vain.