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Because of the incarnation, the Son of God suffered on the cross, though in his human nature, not God's divine nature.
10) Also, there are similarities between Moses's followers who suffered and Mohammad's grandchildren (Hasan and Hussein) (11) who were abased and martyred after him.
3 : to bear loss or damage <Business suffered during the storm.
2 million Americans suffered a heart attack, and one-quarter to one-third of them had a STEMI-type heart attack, according to a study published this month in the New England Journal of Medicine.
The Galileans who perished, those in Jerusalem who suffered, and even ol' Harry are no different from any of us.
On 9 July, an AV-8B Harrier II of Marine Attack Squadron 542 suffered Class A damage following a gear-up landing and ensuing fire at MCAS Cherry Point, N.
Considering the extent to which I suffered with my own compulsion when responding to student essays, I thought Miller might have some pearls of wisdom to help me articulate and confront my problem.
A note on the back cover reminds us of how much John Paul himself suffered in his later years: "I, too, have been assailed by suffering and have known the physical weakness that comes from disability and illness.
6 million people reported symptoms consistent with alcohol or illicit drug dependence or suffered symptoms from one of the five mental health disorders at some time during the 12 months prior to their interview.
She and Trevor both suffered severe head and facial trauma.
Because of the identification she does her best to swallow the pain just as Jesus suffered in silence.
And Jesus, answering, said unto them, Suppose ye that these Galilaeans were sinners above all the Galilaeans, because they suffered such things?