the sign and token of our Lord's great agony (Luke 22:44).
When I returned to my cell I went through my agony and bloody sweat.
A bloody sweat, oozing from every pore, crimsoned his bed-clothes.
I had had the jolt that I needed from life—its agony and bloody sweat, its mystery.
Back there in the silent Wild, with pain and bloody sweat, he toiled for them.
In that time, and in those prayers, was his agony and bloody sweat.
What he did on his knees, with contest and bloody sweat, are his great things.
Destroy it—and to-morrow I shall begin to build a new structure, and in my bloody sweat I shall erect it!
He knew that, with bloody sweat, she had destroyed that enemy within her.
From His brow, from His limbs, does a bloody sweat stream down.
The skin was sound, and the bloody sweat was not caused by any emotion.