house of God

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At one time there were House of God allnighters in the venue.
That spirit was apparent yesterday when the invitation to attend the opening of the gurdwara - which means house of god - was extended to the whole community.
At the time of its 21st birthday event, held at The Rainbow in Digbeth, Birmingham Review editor Ed King wrote: "Catering for clubland's young, old, possibly too old or slightly dangerous, House of God has been a fixture on Birmingham's club scene for an impressive tenure.
She added that, "the targeting of a house of God can only stem from a deviant section of the society.
Anyone but Charles, who cheated, and even lied on his wedding day to Diana in the House of God.
Altaf Hussain further said that those who blew up the house of God and the people prostrating before Him could not be termed as humans let alone Muslims.
The event, marking the feast of St Francis of Assisi, patron saint of animals, turned the house of God into a menagerie.
Our selection of the best of your messages to our Twitter and Facebook sites Coventry Cathedral bosses cut entry fees It's pretty disgraceful that anybody has to pay to go in any house of God to be honest.
The priest went out of his way and saw the clip, after which he went straight to the Police, who have started the investigation on how the entire crew managed, who could face six months of imprisonment as per the law, to shoot inside the house of God without any permission.
Let us go to the House of God, where the Bread of Life is waiting for us.
Thank you so much for the goldness of your heart, which helps in making possible the restoration of the premier house of God in the Philippines".
From the vicinity of the House of God, the cradle of eternal Islamic message, it gives me a great pleasure to welcome you in your second country, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, wishing Allah Almighty in these blessed nights to help us to tackle the affairs of our Islamic nation and probe the reasons of its weakness and differences that it is incurring and which marred its consistency and unity," said King Abdullah in his opening remarks.
Recently I had the opportunity to hear Stephen Bergman, psychiatrist and author of The House of God (1)--the classic satire about newly minted physicians--speak at a local hospital.
Maddest of all was the House of God, run by a woman called Christina Gallagher, a supposed visionary and miracle worker.
Worshippers denounced such behaviour as heinous and shameful, while a father of one of the girls described the act as outrageous and a disgrace to a house of God, reports our sister paper Akhbar Al Khaleej.