abiding place

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We have learned now that we cannot regard this planet as being fenced in and a secure abiding place for Man; we can never anticipate the unseen good or evil that may come upon us suddenly out of space.
It has been the abiding place of many learned and famous Jewish rabbins.
But the fourth quadrant, which contained the Red One's abiding place, was taboo.
the abiding place of the sullen, querulous slave; and Montaigne
I would call this new abiding place the "Indwelling Spirit" (1 Corinthians 3:16-17); some would call it the Witness (Romans 8:16), or the Knower and Reminder (John 14), or merely Objective Love.
He has no illusions about this world offering a permanent abiding place. His poems on light and darkness also exhibit nuances arising from his double vision.
No abiding place; Thomas Merton and the search for God.
But the momentum still keeps me ahead of now; that abiding place where and where only we can live.
THE HOME country of the meeting's host organisation the UN Commission on International Trade Law (UNCITRAL)--Austria--generally has a good reputation as a law abiding place. But the International Chamber of Commerce told the seminar that the country's fraud losses amount to approximately Euro 3-4 billion, or 5-10 per cent of its gross domestic product.
As the book's postscript acknowledges, the reaction to the death of the Queen Mother provided 'a sign of the abiding place that the monarchy retains in the British consciousness.'