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Synonyms for obedience

Synonyms for obedience

an act of willingly carrying out the wishes of others

Synonyms for obedience

the act of obeying

the trait of being willing to obey

behavior intended to please your parents


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This led us to compare the notions of obedience and indifference.
Only God would keep turning to us, hoping for obedience.
The far-reaching consequences of bending these rules are strikingly demonstrated by Stanley Milgram's Obedience (1962), which, in the fifty years since its inception, has reached far beyond its niche in social psychology.
Today, dog-and-handler teams can earn video-based titles in rally obedience, freestyle, obedience, tricks, assorted training skills, and parkour.
Almost from the start, the Jesuits' fourth vow of absolute obedience to the Pope and the culture of obedience that it reflected became a distinctive part of the order's identity.
The Islamic concept of obedience to those invested with authority (ulu al-amr) came to be historically interpreted as placing emphasis on the duties of the public to the rulers.
Babs enrolled Jazz in obedience classes and soon saw a huge change.
Because both dog training and dog obedience instructing are an art as much as science, the skilled instructor must be able to make judgments and adjustments based on the needs of each individual student/dog team.
Besides being a good listener, obedience plant is pretty.
The letter to the Hebrews quotes Psalm 40 to show how this same obedience applies also to the incarnation: "Then I said, 'See, I have come to do your will, O God' (in the scroll of the book it is written of me)" (Heb.
It is obedience to Christ, manifested by moral obedience to the Pope and those bishops and clergy who are in union with the Pope.
Outrageous Courage: What God Can Do with raw Obedience & Radical Faith is the story of Tracy Evans and her life, recounted to her closed friends, and provides a gripping account of a life devoted to impacting lives for Christ.
Pope Benedict XVI told cardinals in Vatican City today that he will pledge his unconditional obedience to the next pontiff, just hours before he will become the first pontiff to resign as head of the Catholic Church in nearly 600 years.
Although they train in all areas, more than half of that time is devoted to basic obedience and physical agility.
It occurs as a result of the influences exerted by the object's behavior or attitude and includes abidance, compliance, and obedience.