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  • Help me to perform what Thou requirest of me. Cited from Religion in Earnest, John Lyth
  • I come to thee knowing thy goodwill and having learned those rites which thou requirest for entrance into the lower world. Cited from The World's Greatest Books, V. XIII, Ed. by Arthur Mee & J.A. Hammerton
  • All this which you have received, eat and drink with it, and when it is done, return to me, and receive whatever thou requirest. Cited from Bagh O Bahar, Or Tales of the Four Darweshes, by Mir Amman of Dihli
  • Thou requirest naught of man but that he should repent of his sins. Cited from The Legends of the Jews by Louis Ginzberg Volume 4
  • So ask of him where thou mayest find the Singing-Tree and the Golden-Water, and he will tell thee all thou requirest. Cited from 1000 Nights and a Night, Vo1. 13, Tr. by Burton
  • From my store I will bid them give thee what thou requirest of horses and apparel, that thou and thy fellows may live merrily. Cited from The Fall of the Niebelungs
  • "Yes, friend Newland, what is it that thou requirest?" said she, advancing. Cited from Japhet, In Search Of A Father, by Frederick Marryat
  • The outward man doth thee not please, nor yet the mind alone, But thou requirest both of us, or else regardest none. Cited from Old English Plays, Vol. VI, by Robert Dodsley
  • Do thou, O son of Madri, first answer my questions and then drink of this water and take away (as much as thou requirest). Cited from The Mahabharata of Krishna-Dwaipayana Vyasa, Volume 1
  • And Christopher said to him: Require of me some other thing, and I shall do it, for that which thou requirest I may not do. Cited from Bible Stories and Religious Classics, by Philip P. Wells
  • And now, my daughter, fear not; I will do to thee all that thou requirest; for all the city of my people doth know that thou art a virtuous woman. Cited from Famous Stories Every Child Should Know, ed. by Hamilton Wright Mabie
  • Thou requirest truth in the inward parts, and I will thank Thee for any means, however bitter, which Thou usest to make me true. Cited from Out of the Deep, by Charles Kingsley
  • Thou requirest of us to forgive: surely thou forgivest freely! Cited from Unspoken Sermons, by George MacDonald
  • Thou west in very deed the cause that I am at present alive and, by Allah, whatever thing most desired thou requirest of me, I will give that same to thee. Cited from 1000 Nights and a Night, Vol. 3, Tr. by Burton
  • And he tells us, as the result of his experience, and as the basis of his repentance, these words "Behold, Thou requirest truth in the inward parts." Cited from The After-glow of a Great Reign, by A. F. Winnington Ingram
  • But thou requirest truth in the inward parts, in the very root and ground of the heart, and not merely truth in the head, in the lips, and in the outward behaviour. Cited from Town and Country Sermons, by Charles Kingsley
  • And if more thou requirest, listen thou to the robin, who alone of all birds hath seen the glories of paradise, and who telleth to all men, if they would but hear, his pride and his joy. Cited from Story and Song of Black Roderick, by Dora Sigerson
  • For Thou requirest not frames or feelings, not pride and self-conceit, but truth in the inward parts; and wilt make me to understand wisdom secretly. Cited from Out of the Deep, by Charles Kingsley
  • And if thou tendrest these my latest words, As thou requirest my soul to be at rest, As thou desirest thine own security, Cherish and love thy new betrothed wife. Cited from Locrine/Mucedorus, Shakespeare Apocrypha
  • "What tune, fair boy, desirest My old friend's worthy son?-- Say but what thou requirest, And for father's sake 'tis done." Cited from Tales of the Chesapeake, by George Alfred Townsend
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