rejoicing


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Synonyms for rejoicing

Synonyms for rejoicing

the act of showing joyful satisfaction in an event

Synonyms for rejoicing

a feeling of great happiness

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the utterance of sounds expressing great joy

joyful and proud especially because of triumph or success

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The Gloria will be sung while Church altars, which are usually sparingly decorated with flowers during Lent, will be adorned to signify joy and rejoicing.
Despite several senior United players had been clearly anti-Moyes and agitated for the Scot to be replaced, Rooney gave the destined boss his full support and is said to have been 'raging' at some of the club's squad who have been rejoicing in the former Everton boss' departure, the report added.
Christmas time, mistletoe and wine, children singing christian rhyme, with logs on the fire and gifts on the tree, a time for rejoicing in all that we see.
Paul's words of rejoicing, echoing in camp songs and Sunday school lessons of the congregation's psyche, seem to be a refuge from the radical discipleship and judgment of Luke's John the Baptist.
If this is the reasoning behind Sullivan's rejoicing at the thought of being HIV-positive, I pity him.
Wales' love affair with rugby is back on - and a nation is rejoicing.
Despite the relief and the rejoicing this weekend, Blair has split the nation and his own party.
The gift of great favour, the moment of sweet "How pleasant you promise to my palate, sweeter than honey in my mouth" (Psalm 119:103), rejoicing ["I have told you this so that my own joy be in you and your joy complete" (John, 15:11)] that is, the Eucharist, is simultaneously so exalted and yet so profound a truth that it eludes us both above and below; so fundamental that we overlook it, so transcendent that we cannot comprehend it: "I have dealt with great things that I do not understand; things too wonderful for me, which I cannot know," (Job, 42:3).
The fact that two great political parties have in this way settled a dispute, in regard to which good men differ as to the facts and the law, no less than as to the proper course to be pursued, in solving the question in controversy, is an occasion for general rejoicing.
In an account of his theological opuscula he described the work as "Concerning Light, which in the divine powers is a rejoicing clarity and a clear joy, but in the fabric of the world is a kind of heavenly mirth arising from the delight of the gods.
Perhaps it would be too obvious to begin an article about the Christian perception of rejoicing by quoting Philippians 4:4: "Rejoice in the Lord always; again I will say, Rejoice".
While it means that the spouses will no longer be able to live "independently," the dominant mood is that of joy and rejoicing as a new family is being forged.
In his message, he has said that the mood of rejoicing is vividly captured in the rituals and festivities associated with the festival, transcending all barriers and uniting us in a common brotherhood.
Argentinian president Nestor Kirchner has declared Britain's triumph in the Falkland Islands war a temporary "colonial victory," and criticised former British prime minister Margaret Thatcher for rejoicing in Argentina's defeat.
I hope that, in the future, they will return to racing and only then will I consider rejoicing.