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.
What he did on his knees, with contest and bloody sweat, are his great things.
I had had the jolt that I needed from life—its agony and bloody sweat, its mystery.
A bloody sweat, oozing from every pore, crimsoned his bed-clothes.
In that time, and in those prayers, was his agony and bloody sweat.
Back there in the silent Wild, with pain and bloody sweat, he toiled for them.
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.