Now all he had anticipated was come to pass: the Vicar felt the satisfaction of the prophet who saw fire and brimstone
consume the city which would not mend its way to his warning.
The minister gave out his text and droned along monotonously through an argument that was so prosy that many a head by and by began to nod -- and yet it was an argument that dealt in limitless fire and brimstone
and thinned the predestined elect down to a company so small as to be hardly worth the saving.
But you have to understand that when you're on the pitch you can't go all fire and brimstone
BLITZ BEGINS TODAY pages 4&5 FIRE AND BRIMSTONE
FRANCOIS Hollande is begging Britain for fire and Brimstone
to avenge the Paris attacks.
If you're going to be saying we can have sectarian prayers because we shouldn't be censoring clerics, and then, in the same breath, say these clerics can't be over-the-top damning people to hell, and there can't be fire and brimstone
in their prayers--well, if you happen to be a fire-and-brimstone cleric, that might be problematic for you.
suppressed as a precaution; for Fire and brimstone
, this shall be
The year took a left turn in October, and we were spared further fire and brimstone
by guardian angels such as Eastwood and Scorsese and Borat (?
Replacing dire warnings about fire and brimstone
after death with a call for immediate action on Earth, 85 evangelical leaders proclaimed, "This is God's world, and any damage that we do to God's world is an offense against God himself.
And Prof O'Laughlin said although Wales' chapels were once renowned for the fire and brimstone
approach, Wales' high sympathy with religion was in spite of, rather then because of it.
If we were pretending to be fire and brimstone
preachers telling everyone they were going to hell, no one would give a luck about what we said.
The publishing rights to Brown's books Fire and Brimstone
(March 2004) and UnderCover (October 2004) have since been acquired by Strebor Books.