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one who supports and adheres to another

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The hospital staff told the area police and this reporter that the disciples, most of them youths, brought Pir Abdul Sattar to the hospital in the late hours of Thursday and told the duty doctor that he might have suffered a heart stroke.
Disciples open their whole lives and subject themselves to learning to grow spiritually toward Christ-like maturity.
The disciples who thought they were safely locked away were suddenly confronted by the crucified one now fully alive.
As Disciples of Christ, we have always sought to derive our interpretations of the meaning and practice of baptism from the understandings and witness of the early church as reflected in the New Testament.
He is also very rigid and specific about what it means to be a disciple, so the book could have limited appeal beyond those who agree this approach to active discipleship is the only way to be a serious disciple of Jesus.
It is to be noted that Prakashanand Saraswati is a disciple of Jagadguru Shankaracharya Brahmanand Saraswati (a sanyasi).
Peter turned and saw the disciple whom Jesus loved following them.
a titre d exemple, beaucoup de disciples travaillent dans des domaines relies a la sante (psychologues, medecins, massotherapeutes, naturalistes, infirmieres) et dans l'enseignement.
In Mark 2:1-3:6, we encounter five short stories which evince rising tension between Jesus and his disciples on one hand and the scribes, the disciples of John, and the Pharisees on the other.
As guests proceed through the pageant, they next experience a presentation of The Last Supper where Jesus shares bread and wine with his twelve disciples.
The very sources of Western education derive from the religious or quasi-religious pedagogical practices of Athens and Jerusalem, best seen in the masters Socrates and Jesus who cultivated devoted disciples.
It purports to reveal secret words spoken to Judas by Jesus just days before Jesus celebrated the Passover with His disciples in Jerusalem, thereby setting in motion events that would culminate on a cross on the lonely hill called Golgotha.
The newfound manuscript says that Judas will be despised by the other disciples but will also be exalted over them for helping Jesus shed his bodily self and liberate his spiritual self.
After he rose from the dead, the disciples were out fishing on Lake Tiberius.