And beneath Nathanael's smile lingered a little sad earnest.
Nathanael was, indeed, too happy to be seriously vexed at anything.
Nathanael and his wife hung back, letting Mr. Harper meet her first.
It seemed, indeed, right and holy that she should be married to Nathanael.
She kissed his hand, which held up her drooping head, and Nathanael pressed his lips on her forehead.
Nathanael watched her with a keen anxiety, which only agitated her the more.
He looks like the Nathanael of Scripture, 'in whom there was no guile.'
"Except one to Nathanael from Frederick," observed the Beauty.
Nathanael made no opposition, only he insisted on Mary's quiet grey mare being substituted for Harrie's skittish pony.
Nathanael grasped her hand, but did not speak—it seemed impossible to him.
given or gift of God, one of our Lord's disciples, "of Cana in Galilee" (John 21:2). He was "an Israelite indeed, in whom was no guile" (1:47, 48). His name occurs only in the Gospel of John, who in his list of the disciples never mentions Bartholomew, with whom he has consequently been identified. He was one of those to whom the Lord showed himself alive after his resurrection, at the Sea of Tiberias.