glorify


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Synonyms for glorify

Synonyms for glorify

to raise to a high position or status

to honor (a deity) in religious worship

Synonyms for glorify

praise, glorify, or honor

bestow glory upon

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elevate or idealize, in allusion to Christ's transfiguration

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It does not glorify the wars in which they died, which are started by politicians, not soldiers.
Music has always been known to be one of the most enjoyable ways to glorify God and it is with great pleasure that Providence Presbyterian Church launches this outstanding concert series," stated Pastor Albert Butzer, Providence Presbyterian Church.
Ulster Unionist David Taylor said: "While most people will not be surprised at republicans who are obsessively intent in attempting to glorify the IRA's sickening terrorist campaign, they fully expect the SDLP to stand up for the moral conscience of all right-thinking people in the area.
Call upon Me in the day of trouble: I will deliver thee, and thou shalt glorify Me".
Brandon Cash, Pastor of Oceanside Christian Fellowship, said "We hope to remind those already married, and those not yet married, of the opportunity to glorify God though the sacred institution of marriage.
But our readings call us to glorify neither the reformer nor the tradition that bears his name but instead to draw from the deep well that is our theological heritage and glorify the One who truly reformed our world.
It is very important we have the necessary powers in place to proscribe those organisations who do glorify acts of terror
To glorify God by providing ethical and excellent automotive repair service for our customers, according to Colossians 3:17.
The crackdown will cover articles, books and films that "foment, justify or glorify terrorism".
In this day of low self-esteem, self-image and high teen suicide, why would you ever glorify such violence?
Even Nathaniel Branden, who still espouses most Objectivist tenets, has been severely critical of Rand's judgmental and contemptuous attitude toward all emotions she deemed "irrational," her tendency to glorify emotional repression, and her lukewarm support even for voluntary, non-self-sacrificing mutual aid.
It is given to be used responsibly to show forth God in our lives--that is, to glorify God, Who is also the source of morality and law.
Scripture records these types of events to neither glorify nor exalt this kind of behavior (as done currently in many TV programs), but to be a warning to those who will listen.
ARTS Minister Kim Howells renewed his attack yesterday on rap lyrics which glorify violence, branding record companies 'cynical' for making profit out of songs which romanticise guns and drugs.
I do not think that you [should] glorify on public television homosexuality .