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CrossFit Sanctify opened in December of 2010 and offers CrossFit Level 1 classes as well as an introductory On-Ramp program.
JESUS said: "And for their sakes I sanctify Myself, that they also might be sanctified through the truth.
Sanctified" is a work of sensitivity, sincerity, and sanctify.
We are, on the contrary, vocation-rich, with scores of lay ministers answering their baptismal call to teach, sanctify, and serve God's people.
In the circumstances God places me, with the means He offers me, I can sanctify my own life.
That should not lead to a mistake that Sullivan was a bit too eager to make--to sanctify someone who does not deserve it.
Furiously because s/he is slowly turning to gold, insides first and then the skin, flaking off into a filament precious enough to repay all of her debts but not valuable enough to sanctify his horrible past of racial violence and sexual victimization.
Whether it's evangelical Protestants planting Ten Commandments monuments on government property or Roman Catholic clergy coercing Catholic legislators with religious sanctions, the effort is the same, to make laws and practices conform to conservative Christian doctrines--to sanctify the state.
Baillargeon gets personal, and although she clearly loves Jutra as a friend, neighbour and professional collaborator, she doesn't sanctify him.
If we are like the Corinthians, I suppose that Paul would tell us that relationships with a Christian community that is consecrated to God limit our sexuality, but these relationships also sanctify our sexuality.
Silverstein previously went on record in The New York Times saying that "ground zero must and will have a real memorial, one that will honor and sanctify the memory of the thousands who perished in these catastrophic attacks" and agreed with the newspaper's view that a memorial "not be a footnote to a large development project.