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For thus we come to bear Christ in us, because His Body and Blood are distributed through our members; thus it is that, according to the blessed Peter, we "become partakers of the divine nature" [2 Pet 1:4].
The partakers have unleashed their creativity through digital art and pencil sketches.
The creation of Eve, Adam's helpmate] was to give him a companion, in all respects his equal; one who was like himself a free agent, gifted with intellect and endowed with immortality; not a partaker merely of his animal gratifications, but able to enter in to all his feelings as a moral and responsible being,
One day, as we sat on a log in the jungle to rest, Kumtipa told me a story about how his father (who had died just a few years ago) had been a partaker of the old ways.
It is not the intention of this brief review to compare the advantages and disadvantages of CRP with the procalcitonin because this subject has been adequately reviewed (3,6), but to summarise our current knowledge on CRP as a marker of inflammation and partaker in diseases that are relevant to the practice of intensivists.
We see the diarist as a widower, grandfather and inveterate partaker of demonstrations for causes he supports.
At another, it is unclear why a group of Augsburg ministers evoked the warning in 1 Corinthians 11 against a partaker eating and drinking "judgment unto himself," yet remained indifferent to whether "one was sinning when one came to the table.
Echoing those sentiments, one anonymous partaker remembered, "They sort of tasted like salty snot--really disgusting," adding, "I never did get to see if they worked; I couldn't get them down my throat.
Incidentally, my school was already pioneering in the field of spread betting at this stage, with the annual prize-giving conundrum being how long it would take our most famous governor, the majestic but portly Colin Cowdrey, trussed up in ermine and seated in the sun, to fall asleep during the speeches, bearing in mind that he was reputed among the pupils to be a vigorous partaker of claret at lunch.
23) ei gadaila is vairthau 'that I might be partaker thereof with you'.
BELIEVED TO HAVE BEEN WORN BY A PARTAKER OF THAT FEAST, BARTHOLOMEW "HALF-MAST" ALLERTON, REVEALS THAT ALL WAS NOT WELL .
The movement itself exemplifies the quintessential win-win for provider and partaker, and fits right in with the larger educational trend--the rise of the lifelong learner.