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Since the Lord brought me here to pray for the reconciliation between peoples and nations and to confess their sins, I anointed every corner of the camp with oil, including the gloomy grass yard where fifty thousands of Jewish captives were buried.
Still, some saints have achieved their status without the pope's approval by being popularly anointed by the people.
Some artists that will be of great interest include Anointed singer and Preacher's kid Traveon Westbrook, and Arison Walton from the Midwest, who has an outstanding voice and great production, Darren Deac from the east coast, with his own Christian dance song called The Christian Walk, and Prodigal Son, managed by Debbie King, the daughter of celebrity promoter Don King.
The Argentine pope used the image of the holy oil with which ron the Priest is anointed in the Bible -- which is poured on his head and runs down in rivulets -- to describe the way that priests should touch the lives of the faithful.
In John, Jesus is anointed by Mary of Bethany, his dear friend.
Despite the IPL Twenty20 competition being embroiled in allegations of illegal betting and spot-fixing, including against Srinivasan's son-in-law, BCCI secretary Sanjay Patel confirmed that Srinivasan would go to Melbourne and was expected to be anointed ICC chairman.
We ask all of those who have been anointed to rise, if they can of course, and we impart a final blessing upon them," Barrett said.
I had to remind Michael that I am one of God's anointed people.
In the Sacrament of the sick, parts of our body are anointed with oil.
Once you identify someone as heir apparent, it puts undue pressure on the anointed one and discourages those who haven't been anointed," says Robert MacDonald, chairman and former CEO of Allianz Life Insurance of North America in Minneapolis.
We loved him with kisses and anointed him with our tears,'' she said of his final moments.
The only anointed head of the Church of England is the Archbishop of Canterbury.