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It is the first of the four sanctified months (Al-Ashhur Al-Hurum) in which battles were prohibited in the days of the Holy Prophet (peace be upon him).
As the chroniclers of Macedonian folklore noted, on this day very early in the morning, in Tikves and other wine regions of Macedonia, people went to church where priests said prayers and sanctified water.
Blessed are all of us because, in the words of the reading from Hebrews, "we have been sanctified through the offering of the body of Jesus Christ once for all.
Then he had the cheek to leave his sanctified home town Liverpool, OMG
CORONATION Street is rightly being sanctified for its astonishing 50-year reign as the greatestever soap.
JESUS said: "And for their sakes I sanctify Myself, that they also might be sanctified through the truth.
runs his four NT traditions through a series of five related synthetic topics that will be comfortable to the systematic theologian: (1) humanity in need of salvation; (2) the bringer of salvation; (3) the community of the sanctified; (4) the life of the sanctified; and (5) the hope of the sanctified.
Unfortunately, this is one of many sanctified notions that our intelligentsia rarely questions.
The delicately worded motion did not ask that gay couples be allowed to marry in an Anglican church, or even that their civil unions be sanctified.
All day today, you can enjoy 10% off all purchases at beauty emporium Molton Brown and tonight you can shop to the sounds of the Sanctified gospel choir from 5.
A leading principle of Opus Dei is that any honest work can be sanctified, and its members strive to sanctify their work, sanctify themselves, and sanctify the world.
If two people want their union sanctified by a church as a marriage, the Church, under separation of church and state, has the right to either accept or deny that request based on its respective religious doctrines or principles.