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Jesus Christ suffered for love of us in order to save us from our sins.
Because of the incarnation, the Son of God suffered on the cross, though in his human nature, not God's divine nature.
According to the Qur'an, most prophets suffered willingly and voluntarily, in order to deliver their community from the spiritual affliction stemming from its unrighteous behavior.
3 : to bear loss or damage <Business suffered during the storm.>
Of the respondents, 70% suffered from physical disabilities in Jabra and 64% in Althawara.
Due to the attached stigma, their families also suffered a lot of hardship when the participants were imprisoned.
POLICE have revealed details of the injuries suffered by school pupils during the Hartlepool bus crash.
The Galileans who perished, those in Jerusalem who suffered, and even ol' Harry are no different from any of us.
Carolyn Bynum, in Holy Feast and Holy Fast (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1987), has addressed this question in regard to medieval women, asking how some women were able to turn a liability (their greater theological identification with the flesh) into a spiritual asset (the capacity to fast and suffer in the flesh, as Jesus Christ suffered).
First is the unarguable fact that Lincoln suffered from spells of depression which, at two points, brought him within range of suicide.
On 9 July, an AV-8B Harrier II of Marine Attack Squadron 542 suffered Class A damage following a gear-up landing and ensuing fire at MCAS Cherry Point, N.C.
Considering the extent to which I suffered with my own compulsion when responding to student essays, I thought Miller might have some pearls of wisdom to help me articulate and confront my problem.