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  1. Mikagul

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    on "The Power and the Glory" By power, that energy by which the kingdom is governed and maintained. By glory, the honour that shall redound to God in consequence of the maintenance of the kingdom of grace, in the salvation of men. Source: Adam Clarke's Commentary on the Bible.
  2. Shakus

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  3. Mezijas

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  4. Zolodal

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  5. Tagrel

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  6. Shakakinos

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  7. Sara

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  8. Meztigar

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    The Power and the Glory () is a novel by British author Graham Greene. The title is an allusion to the doxology often recited at the end of the Lord's Prayer: "For thine is the kingdom, the power, and the glory, forever and ever, amen." It was initially published in the United States under the title The Labyrinthine Ways.4/5(K).

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