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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
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A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
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  • God, remember, is a being infinitely good, and therefore the loss of such a being must be a loss infinitely painful.
  • God, remember, is a being infinitely good, and therefore the loss of such a being must be a loss infinitely painful.
  • An eternity of endless agony, of endless bodily and spiritual torment, without one ray of hope, without one moment of cessation, of agony limitless in intensity, of torment infinitely varied, of torture that sustains eternally that which it eternally devours, of anguish that everlastingly preys upon the spirit while it racks the flesh, an eternity, every instant of which is itself an eternity of woe.
  • Even though the pains of hell were not so terrible as they are, yet they would become infinite, as they are destined to last for ever.
  • Men, reasoning always as men, are astonished that God should mete out an everlasting and infinite punishment in the fires of hell for a single grievous sin.

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  • There are infinite possibilities.
  • The number of stars seems infinite.

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