Devastation a creation of ripping death - Romans 8:22 We know that the whole creation has been.


devastation mid-15c., from . devastation, from . devastationem, from L. devastare "lay waste completely," from de- "completely" + vastare "lay waste," from vastus "empty, desolate" (see waste).

“The town was taken completely by surprise,” wrote the British Colonist newspaper, reporting that along with merchandise and mules, the ship carried 350 passengers to Victoria—home to 4,000 to 5,000 colonists, with slightly more Indigenous people from various nations camped nearby for trade and work. Most of the passengers were heading to a new strike on the Salmon River.

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