as represented by Ezekiel (1-10) and John (Rev. 4, etc.), are the cherubim. They are distinguished from angels (Rev. 15:7); they join the elders in the "new song" (5:8, 9); they warn of danger from divine justice (Isa. 6:3-5), and deliver the commission to those who execute it (Ezek. 10:2, 7); they associate with the elders in their sympathy with the hundred and forty-four thousand who sing the new song (Rev. 14:3), and with the Church in the overthrow of her enemies (19:4). They are supposed to represent mercy, as distinguished from justice, mercy in its various instrumentalities, and especially as connected with the throne of God, the "throne of grace."
So that all living creatures might increase greatly and multiply, the kindly god created Love, which he made to be Happiness also.
It was a stream, a stream of living creatures moving over the plain.
He, of course, is the most profound of living creatures, but the two Philosophers are next to him in wisdom.
It is the moral law that is above all laws made by living creatures.
These animalculæ are living creatures which cannot be seen without the help of the microscope.
It also teaches us to be more kind to others and to all living creatures.
The extreme limit of physical decay having been once attained, most living creatures will be destroyed by a mortal malady.
He did not style her wife, but simply mother,—mother of all living creatures.
She may be the shallowest of living creatures—the most selfish, the falsest, the basest.
With the gendarme and myself, these four were the only living creatures in the square.