Henceforth let us be reverent; let us fear the longsuffering of God, lest it turn into a judgment against us.
And your patience and longsuffering, Paul says, must be exercised "with joy."
As we bow the neck at the Cross, His self-forgetful love for the others, His longsuffering and forbearance flow into our hearts.
“Jupiter is longsuffering to the benighted,” returned the catechist.
Surely it is not too much for us to be longsuffering toward all.
Or despisest thou the riches of his goodness and patience and longsuffering?
How delightful to talk about oneself; but as you 'tempted me and I did eat,' I entreat your longsuffering of my sin, and ah!
And here, again, we sometimes have a thankless task, and need to be longsuffering.
Again the favourite “all” expresses the universality of the patience and longsuffering.
To withstand his continued assaults we must be longsuffering and patiently wait for the devil to get tired of his game.