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This Review contains major "Apostle"- related terms, short phrases and links grouped together in the form of Encyclopedia article.
- The Apostle was informed by James and the elders that thousand of converted Jews were " all zealous for the Law " (Acts 21:20).
- The Apostle is incensed at the presumptuousness of any person who thinks he can perform the Law of God to his own salvation.
- The Apostle was braced up by an army, and that army arrayed against the Jewish spirit the Hellenic, Antioch against Jerusalem.
- The apostle is identified as Simon Peter in; the healing of the ear is found in.
- John the Apostle was the son of Zebedee, and the brother of James.
- Ivins was ordained an apostle and joined the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles on October 6, 1907, after the passing of George Teasdale.
- Lyman filled a vacancy in the Quorum of the Twelve Apostles that was created by the excommunication of Apostle Orson Pratt.
- On August 29, 1852 the church began to publicly acknowledge their practice of plural marriage through a sermon on the subject given by Apostle Orson Pratt.
- Since Peter was selected as the chief apostle and Pope, by Jesus, we have had a continuous line of Popes throughout the centuries.
- The Apostles, who are all included in the apostolate with the Chief Apostle as head, are the highest ministries.
- Till the death of Patrick, chief Apostle.
- Paul, the Apostle to the Gentiles, was in opposition to the leaders of the Jerusalem Church.
- Prior to this, they are considered to be part of the Jerusalem church led by the Apostle Peter and later by Jesus' brother, or cousin, James.
- One of the earliest of the apocryphal acts of the apostles, the Acts of Peter reports a miracle contest between Simon Magus and the apostle Peter in Rome.
- Our membership in the Church is a participation in the life of God; what the Apostle Peter referred to as a "participation in the Divine nature".
- Prior to this, they are considered to be part of the Jerusalem church led by the Apostle Peter and later by Jesus' brother James.
- A.D. 44. This year the blessed Peter the apostle settled an episcopal see at Rome; and James, the brother of John, was slain by Herod.
- It was led by James, an apostle of Jeshua of Nazareth who is referred to in the Bible as the brother of Jesus.
- But the apostle sometimes neglects the ministry of the prophet.
- The Apostle Paul cursed such a person to Hell for preaching "another Gospel".
- On a missionary journey he made the See of Ephesus, founded by St. John the Apostle, a suffragan of his patriarchate.
- While Rome traces its papacy back to the Apostle Peter, Orthodox Antioch traces its Patriarchate to an even earlier foundation by the selfsame Apostle.
- The offices, or ranks, of the Melchizedek order (in roughly descending order) include apostle, seventy, patriarch, high priest, and elder.
- He tells them, "I did not speak evil of Peter behind his back, but I withstood him frankly and openly." Others may debate here whether an apostle might sin.
- He was no less a figure than St Cyril, "Apostle of the Slavs", alleged designer of the Cyrillic alphabet.
- St. Aidan's was named for its patron saint, Aidan of Lindisfarne, the "Apostle of Northumbria.
- And finally, the eagle with a gospel in its clutches refers to apostle and evangelist Saint John who is the patron saint of the Archdiocese of Eger.
- The Order was established in 1698 by Tsar Peter the Great, in honour of Saint Andrew, the first apostle of Jesus and patron saint of Russia.
- VERSE 1. Paul, an apostle, (not of men, etc.) Paul loses no time in defending himself against the charge that he had thrust himself into the ministry.
- Naturally, it means that Ulu 'l-amr should be of the same caliber as the Apostle; otherwise Allah would not have joined them together in this verse.
- As I listened I thought of a verse in First Corinthians, Verse 14, where the Apostle Paul deals with this touchy subject of tongues.
- You are in Soli in the north of Cyprus, the town where the Christian St. Mark was baptized by the Apostle Paul.
- At its centre is the tomb of St. Peter the Apostle over which is built the Basilica.
- This Basilica was erected in the 4th century A.D. under Emperor Constantine on what was believed to be the tomb of St. Paul the Apostle.
- No city boasts the tomb of the Apostle but Rome.
- The great apostle, instructing a young minister to do the work of an evangelist, tells him that doctrine is the first purpose of Scripture.
- The apostle Paul, for instance, anticipated objections which arise from misunderstanding of his doctrine.
- He bestowed His grace upon me, and called me for an apostle." We also have come to the knowledge of the truth by the same kindness of God.
- The "apostle of the Slavs", Saint Cyril, is said to have attempted the conversion of Khazars without enduring results.
- The apostle completed the conversion of a Malabar prince, and founded a church on the prince's grounds.
- It embraced Christianity earlier than the rest of Greece (St. Andrew the Apostle preached in Patras and was martyred there).
- Advent - According to 1907 usage, a period beginning with the Sunday nearest to the feast of St. Andrew the Apostle and embracing four Sundays.
- Andrew is known as the first Apostle.
- The Lord Jesus himself recalled the force of this "commandment of God." 6 The Apostle teaches: "Children, obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right.
- In the year 95, Saint John the Apostle, the beloved disciple of Our Lord and Our Lady's priest, was arrested at Ephesus and brought to Rome.
- The apostle Paul speaks of Adam as "the figure of him who was to come." On this account our Lord is sometimes called the second Adam.
- He has offended God and His Apostle." "I shall deal with him for you, O Messenger of God," volunteered Muhammad ibn Maslamah.
- This zone takes its name from Lumbini, the birth place of Lord Buddha, the apostle of peace & non-violence.
- India will pay homage to Mahatma Gandhi, the apostle of peace on his 62nd death anniversary today.
- Christian records claim that around AD 40 Thomas the Apostle visited India and encountered the Indo-Parthian king Gondophares.
- Lumbini is the birthplace of Lord Buddha, the apostle of peace and compassion.
- Arbanassi is the birthplace of Ilarion Dragostinov, chief apostle of the Sliven Revolutionary District in the April Uprising.
- The Epistles of Paul the Apostle were written by Justus Calpernius Piso, and realizing this, it would also be realized that Seneca had long been departed.
- The two Epistles of St. Peter are ascribed to him and he is celebrated, together with the other chief Apostle, St. Paul, on June 29.
- The Apostle does not say that the New Testament is the pillar and ground of the truth.
- Still, even more remarkable statements about love are made in the New Testament by the apostle John and by Paul.
- Accompanied by Peter, the Apostle went to Quilon (Kollam) where he planted a cross and baptized 2400 heathens.
- A modern interpretation honors St. Moses the Black as an apostle of nonviolence.
- In the Library of Congress stands a large statue of Moses alongside a statue of the Apostle Paul.
- Moses began compiling them under divine inspiration in 1513 B.C.E., and the apostle John wrote the final portion thereof more than 1,600 years later.
- This church also trace it's origin to the apostle St. Thomas in that it was established by the preaching of his disciple Mar Mari.
- Also a bronze statue of the apostle St. Paul was placed on the top platform, to go with that of St. Peter on Trajan’s Column.
- According to tradition it was here that in 60 AD that the Apostle St. Paul is said to have lived after being shipwrecked on the Islands.
- The largest and most important group of pilgrims was recruited by Peter the Hermit, an apostle of the First Crusade and a native of Amiens in France.
- Our present state is that of which the Apostle says; The Kingdom of God is not food and drink, but righteousness and peace and joy in the Holy Spirit (Rom.
- Should any one insist that infants are to be deprived of food, on the pretence that the apostle permits none to eat but those who labour, (2 Thess.
- Future President of the Church Wilford Woodruff was also ordained as an apostle on the same day.
- Apostle Wilford Woodruff is a man of advanced years.
- Oct 24,1894 - Wilford Woodruff and his two counselors each give approval for Apostle Abraham H Cannon to marry another plural wife.
- It was the second city to receive a letter from the apostle John in the book of Revelation.
- Monk Christian of Oliva, was designated the Apostle of Prussia by the pope.
- And unto our day there are some among the Romans who do not consider this a work of the apostle.
- Paul's " Road to Damascus " conversion to "Apostle to the Gentiles" is first recorded in (9:13-16, cf.
- According to the New Testament, the Apostle Paul was converted on the Road to Damascus.
- The Gospel of Mark, traditionally ascribed to Mark the Evangelist, who wrote down the recollections of the Apostle Simon Peter.
- Acts does not use the term "Jewish-Christians", rather those led by James the Just, Simon Peter, and John the Apostle, were called Nazarenes (Acts 24:5).
- Once the Ambush was ready, the Apostle bought some to me in a small glass.
- Your authority (wali) is God and His Apostle and those believers who perfrom the prayer and pay alms (zakat) while they are bowing (in prayer).
- They swear by Allah to you (Muslims) in order to please you: But it is more fitting that they should please Allah and His Apostle, if they are Believers.
- All that the apostle does to heal the hurts at Corinth is to call them back to an awareness of fellowship with the Lord Jesus Christ.
- The apostle Paul had preached in Corinth and Athens, and Greece soon became one of the most highly Christianized areas of the empire.
- He was the first of the family of the House and of the Companions to believe in God and His Apostle.
- No one was more like the Apostle of Allah, may Allah bless him and his family, than Imam Hasan(a.s.) in form, manner, and nobility.
- Abu Talib. His mother was the mistress of the women of the worlds, Fatima the daughter of the Apostle of Allah, may Allah bless him and his family.
- The Apostle does not wish the Galatians grace and peace from the emperor, or from kings, or from governors, but from God the Father.
- Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi, Mahatma Gandhi, the apostle of peace and the father of the nation was born on 2 October 1869 at Porbandar in Gujarat.
- Anatolia is the birthplace of historic legends, such as Homer (the poet), King Midas, Herodotus (the father of history), and St. Paul the Apostle.
- Titus repaired to Nicopolis, and the Apostle and his disciple returned together to Ephesus.
- The apostle Paul boldly affirms that God "cannot lie" (Titus 1:2).
- Assassination made a martyr of the apostle of nonviolence.
- The Acts relate the prodigies performed by the Apostle in India, and end with his martyrdom there.
- According to the Armenian tradition, Saint Jude suffered martyrdom about AD 65 together with the apostle Simon the Zealot, with whom he is usually connected.
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