"Thou understandest that out of the mouth of the Jew thou wilt free or condemn him?" "Yea yea! Let me go! I am a friend of Caesar!" and he loosed himself and hurried down the long corridor. In full vestments of the Sanhedrin, Joseph of Arimathea stood beside the moonlit pool in the garden of Lazarus.
Ha! little varlet!" added he, as he met Arthur's eyes "if you can keep one secret, keep another, or, still better, forget what I have said. Understandest thou?" "I will answer for him," said Eustace. "And now," said Chandos, "I must be on my way back; for that expedition to Bescancon must be looked to. But what is to be done with the boy?" "Oh, I remain here," cried Arthur, eagerly.
The young voice rang out clearly, rolling the sonorous words, without slip or stumbling, to the end of the chapter. Winfried listened, smiling. "My son," said he, as the reader paused, "that was bravely read. Understandest thou what thou readest?"
Thou understandest not these things,” said her mother. “Think not now of the minister, but look about thee, and see how cheery is everybody's face to-day. The children have come from their schools, and the grown people from their workshops and their fields, on purpose to be happy.
"Thou smilest, man?" said William, quickly, to the kneeling Hereward. "So thou understandest French?" "A few words only, most gracious King, which we potters pick up, wandering everywhere with our wares," said Hereward, speaking in French; for so keen was William's eye, that he thought it safer to play no tricks with him.
"Thou understandest but too well!" said Matilda; "but once more I command thee to be gone: thy blood, which I may preserve, will be on my head, if I waste the time in vain discourse." "I go, Lady," said Theodore, "because it is thy will, and because I would not bring the grey hairs of my father with sorrow to the grave. Say but, adored Lady, that I have thy gentle pity."
I have never spoken like this before, but I am glad to have spoken, for now thou understandest how much thou hast done for me. Thou and thy balsam and thy ministration. My balsam, she answered, has done better than I expected it would do. Thou sawest his back this morning. One can call it cured. His hands and feet have mended and his strength is returning. In a few days he will be fit to travel.
The young voice rang out clearly, rolling the sonorous words, without slip or stumbling, to the end of the chapter. Winfried listened smiling. "My son," said he, as the reader paused, "that was bravely read. Understandest thou what thou readest?"
Esther continued to gaze at him with her bright keen eyes. "Understandest thou not that there be on foot at this very moment a vile plot for the destruction at one blow of the King, the nobles, and the whole house of his Peers a plot to blow them all into the air at the moment of their assembly upon the fifth day of this month?" Cuthbert recoiled in horror. A sudden illumination came upon him.
We live every moment in the darkest midnight as well as at the brightest noon in the full blaze of Omniscience. "O Lord, thou hast searched me and known me: thou knowest my down-sitting and mine up-rising; thou understandest my thoughts afar off." Incapable of enduring this exposure, the criminal now rushes from her concealment, and boldly calls out, "I laughed not."