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    1. It is advisable to set apart a certain time each day for meditation

    2. We have come unto Zion, a place where God has set apart a solemn assembly designed for the things that are truly heavenly

    3. Chrissie was in a room on her own, the nurse told him, set apart from the main medical ward of the old fashioned country hospital which had somehow survived the reorganisation afflicting the rest of the NHS and, as Jarvis walked along the corridor, he reflected on how lucky they were in their part of the world,

    4. set apart some of the sons of Asaph, Heman and Jeduthun for the ministry of prophesying, accompanied by harps, lyres and cymbals

    5. The power of My presence has always caused My prophets to be set apart in The Holy, to feel as though For indeed, it is a death of another kind

    6. Set apart and holy, set apart in great glory

    7. 3 But know that the Lord has set apart him who is godly for himself: the Lord will hear when I call to him

    8. discovered their fathers' nakedness; in you have they humbled her that was set apart for pollution

    9. Here their spirits shall be set apart in this great pain till the great day of judgement and punishment and torment of those who curse forever and retribution for their spirits

    10. The same fire in the midst of a dump on the Jersey meadows would not have seemed unnatural, but here it was set apart in ghastly splendor that made it seem like an oily pyre that burned endlessly

    11. 43 Then said he to the king Remember your vow which you have vowed to build Jerusalem in the day when you came to your kingdom 44 And to send away all the vessels that were taken away out of Jerusalem which Cyrus set apart when he vowed to destroy Babylon and to send them again in there

    12. 57 He sent away also all the vessels from Babylon that Cyrus had set apart; and all who Cyrus had given in commandment the same charged he also to be done and sent to Jerusalem

    13. 27 His purpose was to indict a public stigma on our race; therefore he erected a pillar at the tower porch and caused the following inscription to be engraved on it 28 That entrance to their own temple was to be refused to all those who would not sacrifice; that all the Jews were to be registered among the common people; that those who resisted were to be forcibly seized and put to death; 29 that those who were so registered were to be marked on their persons by the ivy leaf symbol of Dionysus and to be set apart with these limited rights

    14. And again I said: Lord thereafter what will You do? And I heard a voice saying to me: Hear righteous John; Then shall appear the denier and he who is set apart in the darkness who is called Antichrist; And again I said: Lord reveal to me what he is like; And I heard a voice saying to me: The appearance of his face is dusky; the hairs of his head are sharp like darts; his eyebrows like a wild beast's; his right eye like the star which rises in the morning and the other like a lion's; his mouth about one cubit; his teeth span long; his fingers like scythes; the print of his feet of two spans; and on his face an inscription Antichrist; he shall be exalted even to Heaven and shall be thrown down even to Hades making false displays; And then will I make the Heaven brazen so that it shall not give moisture on the Earth; and I will hide the clouds in secret places so that they shall not bring moisture on the Earth; and I will command the horns of the wind so that the wind shall not blow on the Earth

    15. 15 And after that Jesus set apart from his disciples other seventy and sent them two and two before his face to every region and city where he was purposing to go; And he said to them The harvest is abundant and the labourers are few: entreat now the Lord of the harvest that he send out labourers into his harvest

    16. It is a love that desires to be set apart from everything sinful, and to be overwhelmed with God in every way possible

    17. She sat at the end of the road, the house on the hill, set apart, cold and deserted

    18. “Nice and private” she said noticing that it was set apart from the other two

    19. Said Thomas: "Master, on the day we were set apart as ambassadors of the kingdom, you told us many things, instructed us regarding our personal mode of life, but what shall we teach the multitude? How are these people to live after the kingdom more fully comes? Shall your disciples own slaves? Shall your believers court poverty and shun property? Shall mercy alone prevail so that we shall have no more law and justice?" Jesus and the twelve spent all afternoon and all that evening, after supper, discussing Thomas's questions

    20. 1 Of all the daring things which Jesus did in connection with his earth career, the most amazing was his sudden announcement on the evening of January 16: "On the morrow we will set apart ten women for the ministering work of the kingdom

    21. 2 At this time the eleven apostles knelt in a circle about the Master and heard him repeat the charges and saw him re-enact the ordination scene even as when they were first set apart for the special work of the kingdom

    22. Respect God’s willingness to fiercely discipline His own to set apart a courageous and obedient people for His glory

    23. That barrack had been set apart from the other Afghan barracks, on the edge of the square occupied by the international staff, to keep the women as widely separated from the Afghan men as possible

    24. Also, opinions or advice should be clearly set apart from information that is “evidence based” (that is, based on research results)

    25. He hunched down, legs set apart, knife in the right hand, left hand out for balance

    26. And it always amazed me to see how great of an effect God could raise through unrefined folks, that, in no obvious way, could be set apart from any other, but still stir such unusual miracles

    27. “But on that day I will set apart the land of Goshen, where

    28. 5%, or $25 on a $1000, set apart for the Lord as a Teruemh offering

    29. 5%, or $25 on a $1000, set apart for the Lord as a Terumah offering

    30. “ Friday the 13th is her holiest of days, especially set apart for women to worship and adore her in everything they see, say, and do

    31. A hunchbacked woman, unfit for harder work, looks after the babies during the day in a room set apart for that purpose, so that the mothers may not be hampered in their duties at the farm; they have only to carry the babies there in the morning, and fetch them away again in the evening, and can feel that they are safe and well looked after

    32. calling; that he is a social servant set apart for the maintenance of

    33. He pulls her corset apart with a ripping series of pops and she lets out a shocked little yelp and clenches around him

    34. To be set apart for sacred use;

    35. You cannot impress the mind of God by having a special Sabbath day set apart

    36. Thou hast taken me into covenant with thee, for I am a baptized Christian, set apart for thee, and sealed to be thine; thou hast laid me, and I also have laid myself under all possible obligations to love thee, and serve thee, and live to thee

    37. Consecrate: To regard as set apart; separated for holy purposes

    38. The key word here is "consecrated," which means to make sacred, to set apart as

    39. Everyday human concerns and interests became set apart from tool-use

    40. The second reason why the man Jesus Christ should be considered as set apart from all other teachers and prophets is because of the historically authentic possibility of:

    41. would later be set apart to be the priests of God

    42. We made our way through the city until we came to a larger and more opulent structure that was set apart from the rest of the city

    43. The penitential den once set apart for interviews with the House, was now the news-Exchange, and was filled to overflowing

    44. Before their cells were quit of them, new occupants were appointed; before their blood ran into the blood spilled yesterday, the blood that was to mingle with theirs to-morrow was already set apart

    45. "The author of that book, too," said the curate, "is a great friend of mine, and his verses from his own mouth are the admiration of all who hear them, for such is the sweetness of his voice that he enchants when he chants them: it gives rather too much of its eclogues, but what is good was never yet plentiful: let it be kept with those that have been set apart

    46. The invitations were sent, nearly all accepted, and the following Monday was set apart for the grand event

    47. The pleasantest room in the house was set apart for Beth, and in it was gathered everything that she most loved, flowers, pictures, her piano, the little worktable, and the beloved pussies

    48. John quietly set apart a little sum, that he might enjoy the pleasure of keeping the invalid supplied with the fruit she loved and longed for

    49. on the way, took me ashore with him and showed me a lodging set apart for

    50. 'Having a desire to see those ancients who were most renowned for wit and learning, I set apart one day on purpose

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