Richard Colling was forced out of olivet Nazarene University.
"Gethsemane" means "oil-press," and olive trees long ago gave olivet its name.
The olivet Presbyterian church came into existence on May 15, 1904.
Arrived at Foligno, he found that his great enemy was at sanctuary in the Convent of olivet, biting his nails in a red fume there.
With the first pale shimmer of daylight over olivet came a hush.
Hidden behind spires of cypress, olivet stood outside the walls, a sun-dyed white building deep under brown eaves.
We had a very steep descent to make on the eastern side of olivet.
Let us never forget this third lesson from olivet, the lesson about,—the talents.
He had been a professed Christian, not because of olivet, but because of Sinai.
Will you recall again the Master's good-bye olivet message, and notice just what it means?