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heaven

noun abode of God, abode of God and annels, abode of spirits, abode of the saints, aerosphere, bliss, canopy of heaven, celestial city, celestial sphere, city of God, divine abode, ecstasy, eternal home, Garden of Eden, glory, God's kingdom, great beyond, heavenly city, heavenly home, heavenly kingdom, holy city, home of the Gods, kingdom of God, kinggom of heaven, life everlasting, next world, paradise, supreme happiness, the abode of saints, the hereafter, throne of God, utopia, world to come
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We may share their desire to simply stand, looking heavenward for a solution, but we will also hear angels or prophets who remind us that prayer is only one part of the equation.
HeavenWard is currently building a mobile version of Texas Ranch and plans to create additional games to add to the Dirty Work Games series.
On sweltering summer days and crisp autumn mornings and I have looked at the South's beautiful churches with their lofty spires pointing heavenward.
At the break of day, mid-day, and at the end of day, all of life is lifted heavenward.
NATIONAL treasure, sage, wit and gourmet, Sir Patrick Moore, has made us gaze heavenward for years.
cried Paddy, and the 15 adults and kids encircling the tragic scene gave puzzled looks as David looked heavenward and said: 'Mornay, please help us.
Through The Dirt and the Gravel may have dark lyrics, but is a sonic barrage of sound that lifts you heavenward.
When I want to tell her something, I find myself looking heavenward and saying, "Hey, good lookin', listen to this
It isn't a rope uncoiling itself and heading heavenward as the mad Brits claim it is.
Between the bands, the sound system blasted out David Bowie's Starman, ELO's Mr Blue Sky - anything with a heavenward hint.
At times, such as when Miss Shepherd recalls her musical past, her eyes lift heavenward and she - albeit momentarily - takes on the celestial radiance of a medieval saint.
Moved by her death, the people of Cardiff gave Louisa a decent burial and a headstone in Cathays Cemetery which is embossed with the words: "Brave woman, yet in years a child, Dark death closed here thy heavenward flight, God grant thee pure and undefiled, To reach at last the light of light.