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LAMB. A ram, sheep or ewe, under the age of one year. 4 Car. & P. 216; S. C. 19 Eng. Com. Law Rep. 351.

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Brown of the Diocese of Orange County, California decided to institute standing after the Lamb of God because it was the common practice in the early church and reflects human dignity as well as reverence.
Even further, Zora's "Way [is] opened" by a preacher's cry from a Northern church, "'Behold the Lamb of God, that taketh away the sin of the world' " - a cry repeated one page later in a powerful Jeremiac sermon (294-96).
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This alteration is effective im mediately, and affects all existing and future musical settings of the Lamb of God," the newsletter states.
The winner ascending to the center of the inner board celebrates Christ as the Lamb of God in a final result where everyone wins as "Happy is the man who finds Wisdom.
The items included a chalice, a candlestick, two silver dishes, an altar cloth and a box inscribed with "Behold the Lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world.
Though you wouldn't necessarily notice it at first glance, Easter's Christian significance is symbolized in the food brought to church for the blessing: Colored hardboiled eggs symbolize new life, for example; and a sugar or butter lamb represents Christ, the Lamb of God.
On it are written the words, 'Agnus Dei, mihi salus' or the Lamb of God is my salvation.
Jokes about the Lamb of God, for instance, come easy to him, as does lampooning Dana's All Kinds Of Everything.