Do not vow except under the compulsion of stedfast resolves, and pay your vows even to your own hurt when once they are made.
His friendship is seldom so stedfast, but that lust, drink, or anger may overturn it.
And his second characteristic is the stedfast Industry which turns all seasons to account.
Paul particularly specifies that we are to be "stedfast in prayer."
And how vile to have suspected of unfaithfulness and sordidness the generous and stedfast man of earth!
Their heart was not right with Him; neither were they stedfast in His covenant.
His old friends, the stedfast adherents of indefeasible hereditary right, grew cold and reserved.
The woman, instead of answering, looked earnestly in her face, with an air of stedfast examination.
But e couetyse of men at may not be staunched shal it bynde me to be stedfast.
I have implicit confidence in the scheme—so splendidly begun—if we carry it out with a stedfast energy.