ordain sätze

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Ordain sätze (in englisch)

1. It is translated "made him governor" (Acts 7:10) and "ordain elders" (Titus 1:s).
2. And they said, Our Lord, why did You ordain fighting for us? If only You would postpone it for us for a short while.
3. But it’s naïve to think it’s the God’s Will for He didn’t ordain veiling of the Jewish and the Christian women.
4. The Tea Parties remind the nation that it was We the People who did ordain and establish a Constitution to replace the face of tyranny.
5. The judicial Power of the United States, shall be vested in one supreme Court, and in such inferior Courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish.
6. At this time only the Sanhedrin could ordain an elder or teacher, and such a ceremony had to take place in the presence of at least three persons who had previously been so ordained.
7. Ordain: This word relates to a variety of ideas such as God's work and providence; the appointment to an office or a task; and the establishment of laws, principles, places, or observances.

8. In the 3d article it is said, the judicial power of the United States shall be vested in one Supreme Court, and in such inferior courts as the Congress may from time to time ordain and establish.
9. We certainly know that at least many of the bible characters were ordain, if you will, by God to live a specific life in a specific way, such as John the Baptist, Joseph, Judas, Abraham, Moses, even Jesus, and many, many more.
10. We, the people of the United States, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquillity, provide for the common defence, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity; do ordain and establish this constitution for the United States of America.
11. We will remain here by the sea two weeks and fish or do whatever our hands find to do; and in the meantime, under the guidance of Andrew, the first chosen apostle, you shall so organize yourselves as to provide for everything needful in your future work, both for the present personal ministry and also when I shall subsequently ordain you to preach the gospel and instruct believers.
12. And it was then that Christ preached His doctrine, which not only embodied the principle of non-resistance, but which revealed a new conception of life, of which the application to social life would lead to the suppression of strife among men, not by obliging one class to yield to whatsoever authority shall ordain, but by forbidding all men, and especially those in power, to employ violence against others.
13. Don Quixote held his peace and said no more, calmly awaiting the reply of the beauteous princess, who, with commanding dignity and in a style adapted to Don Quixote's own, replied to him in these words, I give you thanks, sir knight, for the eagerness you, like a good knight to whom it is a natural obligation to succour the orphan and the needy, display to afford me aid in my sore trouble; and heaven grant that your wishes and mine may be realised, so that you may see that there are women in this world capable of gratitude; as to my departure, let it be forthwith, for I have no will but yours; dispose of me entirely in accordance with your good pleasure; for she who has once entrusted to you the defence of her person, and placed in your hands the recovery of her dominions, must not think of offering opposition to that which your wisdom may ordain.
1. Upon occasion of the ordaining of ministers.
2. In this sense, you are able to attain the aim of ordaining prayer.
3. In the matter of appointing or ordaining those men who are found qualified.
4. The verdict associates it self with how accumulated knowledge can be deceiving or ordaining.
5. There was already talk of easing the requirements for priests, and ordaining under-twenty-fives and even illegitimate men.
6. Torture was then so rooted in the practice of justice that the beneficial ukase[51] ordaining its abolition remained a long time of none effect.
7. I contend that the laity ought to have a part, and voice, and hand, and vote, in everything that the Church says and does, except ordaining and ministering in the congregation.
8. Do not doubt the love of the Father just because some just and wise law of his ordaining chances to afflict you because you have innocently or deliberately transgressed such a divine ordinance.
1. In 1614 he was ordained.
2. God has ordained it in us.
3. The Lord has ordained –.
4. The Ordained Gate Keepers I.
5. The Lord has ordained here to.
6. Still, he longed to be ordained.
7. Everything is ordained by God.
8. Krishn told him to do the ordained.
9. You’re ordained by the Holy Church.
10. Since the ordained task is an internal.
11. A subject was I born; it seemed ordained.
12. The mind is ordained to stand and witness.
13. This one action-the ordained action-is YAGYA.
14. Perhaps, but God has ordained it otherwise.
15. If purification is ordained, purify you must.
16. First, it was ordained for the procreation of.
17. Absorption in the ordained deed, while leading.
18. Roberto was an ordained priest in The Brotherhood.
19. It was ordained before the foundation of the world.
20. The ordained action is on the other hand something.
21. He has granted me the Book and ordained me a prophet.
22. The ordained action will then commence spontaneously.
23. Powers-That-Ski and what Gary calls Ordained Ski In-.
24. Whenever a Priest who has been duly ordained in that.
25. Why was the sacrament of the Lord's Supper ordained?
26. They have been ordained to atone for one month if any.
27. He Who ordained the Quran for you will return you Home.
28. To them, and not to us, perhaps, is the future ordained.
29. Do you believe homosexuals should be ordained to the.
30. A woman had been ordained as a priest in a borrowed Unity.
31. Most religions espouse purposes ordained by a Higher Power.
32. He later studied theology and was ordained as a priest in.
33. Surely you know that he is ordained into the priesthood.
34. Krishn has said categorically that the ordained action is.
35. However, one should never abandon the conduct ordained by.
36. Besides stressing the ordained action, he has also pointed.
37. The action is only one, the ordained action-meditation, It.
38. Jesus Christ, as God incarnate, was ordained to be born as a.
39. Mongolia, ordained thousands of Mongolians and brought an end.
40. Buddhist ordained community), have removed thousands of monks.
1. Q: Is it destiny that ordains?
2. For this reason the Jaintheology ordains not to torture anybody.
3. It’s true that the Quran ordains that man should treat his wives equally.
4. There is, however, another side of this, that of which Mary considers while walking—that this place, this land called Wraethworld, may not necessarily have a Man in the Sky, a Something or Other that Ordains and Defines it All.
5. But I agree, he replied; for I suppose that you mean to exclude mere uninstructed courage, such as that of a wild beast or of a slave--this, in your opinion, is not the courage which the law ordains, and ought to have another name.
6. It therefore ordains, that all servants and labourers should, for the future, be contented with the same wages and liveries (liveries in those times signified not only clothes, but provisions) which they had been accustomed to receive in the 20th year of the king, and the four preceding years; that, upon this account, their livery-wheat should nowhere be estimated higher than tenpence a-bushel, and that it should always be in the option of the master to deliver them either the wheat or the money.
7. And ironically, it is his dual attitude towards women that denies the fair sex of Islam the feel-good that a normal socializing would have afforded them! Though the medieval man’s attitude towards women was no different from that of Muhammad, the burkha that Islam ordains them, deprives them whatever little freedom their sisters of other faiths have! Thus, if the globe were to become an umma as Muhammad had dreamed, and should its mullahs come to reign, as they would in such an eventuality, half of it would be reduced to walking tents for all that.
8. I am, therefore, in a measure constrained to follow that road, and by it I must travel in spite of all the world, and it will be labour in vain for you to urge me to resist what heaven wills, fate ordains, reason requires, and, above all, my own inclination favours; for knowing as I do the countless toils that are the accompaniments of knight-errantry, I know, too, the infinite blessings that are attained by it; I know that the path of virtue is very narrow, and the road of vice broad and spacious; I know their ends and goals are different, for the broad and easy road of vice ends in death, and the narrow and toilsome one of virtue in life, and not transitory life, but in that which has no end; I know, as our great Castilian poet says, that--.

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