But ye know the proof of him, that, as a child serveth a father, so he served with me in furtherance of the gospel.
In the furtherance of science and art he was still more munificent.
To the furtherance of this work, Mrs. Mendenhall devoted all her energies.
Phoenician technical skill was invoked for the furtherance of both objects.
Sir Culling Eardley was at that time zealous in the furtherance of village preaching.
Furtherance of these things is much a concern of Friedrich's.
He was not so zealous toward the execution of right and equitie as to the furtherance of his owne priuat commoditie.
It is crime in those who ought to know better than to act in furtherance of the folly.
Thus is she finding it; and in furtherance she leaves her mother no time to consider longer about a messenger.
Thus Anglification is identified with the furtherance of human Kultur.
furtherance mid-15c., from further + -ance.