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Specifically, Kirkpatrick (1992) cited supplicatory prayer, attendance at church to experience closeness to God, and glossolalia (likened to infant babbling and demonstrating a need for confidence and security, although or it could also be likened to more erotic or intimate connections) as examples of behaviours related to religious attachment.
21) The unsettling reality of poverty's extent (especially in Africa) should lead to intense supplicatory and intercessory prayers to God.
She shows that petitions had long followed a familiar pattern: individuals entreated their leaders, using a supplicatory tone, reminding them of the petitioners' political weakness.
In an interesting parallel to Zelda, he found that most early modern Yiddish female writers of ethical works and supplicatory prayers (tkhines) were of rabbinic descent.
Highly recommended reading, Mary, Worthy Of All Praise: Reflections On The Virgin Mary is a devotional compilation of the Paraklesis which is a supplicatory song (also appropriate for times of illness and distress), a canon of praise, a collection of eight odes of love, as well as a series of poems allied with scripture readings useful in both personal meditation and communal celebration.
Unable to live on the income provided by Kraushaar's sale of his works, he was often desperate for money and wrote supplicatory letters to his dealer to elicit further support.
But commercial library vendors do not seem willing to shake free of their supplicatory posture toward commercial publishers.
while Israel's current predicament and aspiration for peace are accentuated by a threefold supplicatory repetition of "and we shall be privileged, and we shall live (survive) and we shall see eye to eye.
While Odysseus's arguments all revolve around the visible display of honors to suit the status of the warrior, his overly clever rejection of Hecuba's pleas and his craven recoiling from Polyxena's supplicatory touch call to mind the mercenary traits attributed to the sophists.
Not much is to be gained by ringing postmodern changes on the open supplicatory gestures of the Chancery petition form, a formal falling to the knees through phrases like "meekly beseecheth," "humbly showeth," "poor orator," "gracious lord".
Evidently his early verse offering his love to her is supplicatory and idealizing.
But if the language is crisply accusatory, the question has a supplicatory element, while the conditional form crederei applied to his contemplated apostasy suggests a certain hesitation over the gravity of such a sacrifice, even in the cause of love.