As a solo instrument in a concerto, its still small voice is heard above the din and thunder of the accompaniment.
God is not in the earthquake, nor in the fire, but in the still small voice.
Something moved in Cally in this moment which might have been the still small voice, and her weakness grew apace.
The still small voice is surely to be found there, if any where.
And them wimmen delegates would only have to 'yea' and 'nay' in a still small voice for the good of the same.
A better one by far Mr. Waverley will always find in his own bosom, when he will give its still small voice leisure to be heard.
This is the still small voice of philosophy, deeper and holier than the lightnings and earthquakes which have preceded it.
In the depth of his heart there was a still small voice which told him that, say what he might, he had acted cruelly.
In these larger transactions the first great Hohenzollern does not seem to have been given to listening to the still small voice.
How can the still small voice of truth expect to get a hearing amid a bellowing Babel of its undistinguishable mimic?