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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.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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He says, "Behold, the Lamb of God." Look up at Him and I will be OK.
A church where the powerful and the poor come together to worship the Lamb of God. Where the light of truth is a beacon of welcome to all.
The crucified and resurrected Jesus, the Lamb of God, is described Picasso-like as having seven horns and seven eyes.
It shows the Lamb of God, angels, Isaiah, patron saint of sailors St Nicholas and Moses.
Now, if Jesus had been conceived in the usual way, then obviously, He would have been born in sin, inherited along the line of Adam like the rest of us, and couldn't possibly have served as the spotless sacrifice - "the Lamb of God".
Below, an English crest and the Lamb of God which feature in the metalwork
The lines: "And was the holy lamb of God on England's pastures seen?" are a rhetorical question implying that there was little sign of the lamb of God in the lives of the oppressive rich and that Jerusalem was of little interest to them.
The Sunday Club met in the Gallery Room and made a stain glass picture depicting the Lamb of God. Refreshments were served after the service by Vicky and Alan Wimpenny.
Before the first song had even finished, The Lamb of God front man berated the audience, growling: "I didn't come all this way to see a bunch of old people standing about, set it off!"
All roads lead to the cross in John's Gospel, too, from the moment John the Baptist identifies Jesus as "the lamb of God who takes away the sin of the world" (1:29).
WHAT TO DO Yeah it's great that Miss Buddy-Buddy kicks off her Monday morning class talking about the Lamb of God show she went to Saturday night.
The Lamb of God stands on the altar with his blood filling the chalice.