Exhort in a sentence

Definition of Exhort

To urge; to advise earnestly.

How to use Exhort in a Sentence?

  • We exhort you to pause before incurring heavier losses and greater dangers.
  • I exhort them to persevere, and not to be moved by difficulties and opposition.
  • I exhort you the sorrow to augment of that presumptuous woman: I would fain see it.
  • Somehow Doctor Heath could not exhort Hazel, as he had her father, to use common-sense.
  • His theme was "Our Wonderful Saviour," and he began to exhort sinners to open their hearts to him.
  • The brethren were also to remind each other of their transgressions, and exhort to confession and penitence.
  • Who taught him to exhort men to prepare for eternity, as for some future era of which the present forms no integral part?
  • Bishops were known to exhort the parchment makers, from the pulpit, to be honest and conscientious in preparing skins.
  • Tis easy, for any one that hath his foot unentangled by sufferings, both to exhort and to admonish him that is in evil plight.
  • Let me therefore earnestly exhort you, as you would seek your own future good hereafter, to watch against a contentious spirit.
  • Nevertheless I exhort you that you do nothing out of strife but according to the instruction of Christ.
  • He should have chosen a fitter moment to exhort me, than when I was galled by my losses, and by his denial of my request.
  • If petty larceny be his offence, I exhort you, do not confound meanness of crime with diminutiveness of stature.
  • But we have as good and perfect a right to exhort slaveholders to liberate their slaves as we have to exhort them to practice any virtue or avoid any vice.
  • I exhort you to keep up a habit of close communion with Christ, and never to be afraid of "going too far" in your religion.
  • I beseech thee by the grace of God with which thou art clothed, to press forward in thy course, and to exhort all others that they may be saved.
  • Of late, several societies have been formed in England and in America in order to exhort the people to take only two meals a day.
  • But David would tenderly exhort all who heard, and still hear him, to dread sin, and be afraid of all wayward, self-willed feelings.
  • Wherefore, since I have no subject left to write about, I will employ my customary phrase, and exhort you to the pursuit of the noblest glory.
  • In the midst of all this the Queen appeared, and ordered the officials to return to their posts, that she might once more exhort her daughter to repent.
  • It used to be very popular in some parts to tell people that they could do nothing to better their condition in a future state, and, at the same time, exhort them to do better.
  • It is manifestly absurd to exhort a man to derive his faith from the Bible, if it is declared to him beforehand what he is bound at his eternal peril to believe.
  • Here I pause for one moment, to exhort the reader never to pay any attention to his understanding when it stands in opposition to any other faculty of his mind.

Short Example Sentence for Exhort

  • Will you exhort her to a deed of charity?
  • And then you exhort me not to live on vegetables.
  • But thou wouldst exhort them?
  • But she could not preach to them, nor exhort them.
  • Far from it; but we exhort the once-married to continence.
  • It was his hourly duty to exhort his flock to find Christ.
  • I exhort you in a few words; I pray you believe me.
  • I exhort you to profit by the example of M. de Fenelon.
  • It would be more correct to exhort to wait for the coming of the beast.
  • Let me exhort you never to forget this deliverance and this signal mercy.
  • I have not dared even to exhort in prayer meeting, since then.
  • I would exhort you spin and weave Some frugal homely cloth.
  • He would read his Bible, sing, pray, and exhort the officers to be religious.

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