Every creature lives in a state of war by nature. Swift
Every cricket must know its hearth.
Every crime destroys more Edens than our own. Hawthorne
Every crime will bring remorse to the man who committed it. Juvenal
Every crime Has, in the moment of its perpetration, Its own avenging angel dark misgiving, An ominous sinking at the inmost heart. Coleridge
Every crying has one laughing.
Every darkness has a light and every light has a darkness.
Every day a little life, a blank to be inscribed with gentle thoughts. Rogers
Every day a thread makes a skein in the year.
Every day brings a new light.
Every day brings a ship, Every ship brings a word; Well for those who have no fear, Looking seaward well assured That the word the vessel brings Is the word they wish to hear. Emerson
Every day brings forth its own sorrows. Yiddish] Yeder morgen brengt zikh zorgen.
Every day brings his bread with it. George Herbert, Jacula Prudentum
Every day cannot be a feast of lanterns.
Every day good luck to thee, and no day of sorrow be.
Every day has it night.
Every day has its evening.
Every day has its night.
Every day hath its night, every weal its woe.
Every day His servants are dying modestly and peacefully - not a word of victory on their lips; but Christ's deep triumph in their hearts - watching the slow progress of their own decay, and yet so far emancipated from personal anxiety that they are still able to think and plan for others, not knowing that they are doing any great thing. They die, and the world hears nothing of them; and yet theirs was the completest victory. They came to the battle field, the field to which they had been looking forward all their lives, and the enemy was not to be found. There was no foe to fight with. F. W. Robertson
Every day is a fresh beginning, Listen, my soul, to the glad refrain, And spite of old sorrow, and older sinning, And troubles forecasted, and possible pain, Take heart with the day, and begin again. Susan Coolidge
Every day is a messenger of God.
Every day is a new beginning.
Every day is holiday with sluggards.
Every day is no Yule day : cast the cat a custock. Scotland
Every day is not a baking-day.
Every day is not a holiday.
Every day is not Christmas day.
Every day is not Sunday.
Every day of the week a shower of rain, and on Sunday twain.
Every day of your life is a page of your history.
Every day should be distinguished by at least one particular act of love. Lavater
Every day travels toward death; the last only arrives at it. Alexander Smith
Every day travels towards death; the last only arrives at it. Michel De Montaigne
Every day's no yule: cast the cat a castock.
Every degree of recession from the state of grace Christ first put us in is a recession from our hopes. Jeremy Taylor
Every delay has its blessings.
Every delay is too long to one who is in a hurry. Seneca
Every delay that postpones our joys is long. Ovid
Every desire bears its death in its very gratification. Curiosity languishes under repeated stimulants, and novelties cease to excite and surprise, until at length we cannot wonder even at a miracle. Washington Irving
Every desire is a viper in the bosom, who while he was chill was harmless; but when warmth gave him strength, exerted it in poison. Johnson
Every dew-drop and rain-drop had a whole heaven within it. Longfellow