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the supernatural being conceived as the perfect and omnipotent and omniscient originator and ruler of the universe

a man of such superior qualities that he seems like a deity to other people

a material effigy that is worshipped

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Eliezer Ashkenazi, the author of Ma'aseh Adonai.(22)Ashkenazi lived in Egypt from where he was in contact with scholars in Safed, including Rabbi Joseph Karo.
And now the flamboyant aristocrat's wife of 54 years is pleading with Adonai, who is believed to have cradled the 83-year-old peer in his arms as he died, to do the right thing and return part of the estate to them.
He took me out by the spirit of Adonai and set me down in
She suggested that some of the blessings be recited in the traditional way using the traditional formula: "Praised are You Adonai (9)," while using a nontraditional feminine language (Praised are You Yah) for others.
Jesus got around the accidental blasphemy by calling God "Daddy (Abba)." The Hebrew word for "Lord" is "Adonai," and it's feminine in form.
She told me this told me at the UN Sports Ground at the old Nicosia Airport while we watched our adolescent Adonai training in readiness for the Carter Cup football competition at Akrotiri Sovereign Base.
Sunday at the Messianic Jewish Congregation P'nei Adonai, 3484 Harlow Road, and again at 7 p.m.
At the conclusion of his novel The Case of Charles Dexter Ward, a demoniac figure "bellow(s) out a terrible formula: "PER ADONAI ELOHIM, ADONAI JEHOVAH, ADONAI SABAOTH, METRATON...."
When her father Oren who taught her to believe in Adonai and to make pottery, no longer could walk to the market, Abigail took over those chores as her older brother Rivai who should have done so was too much the foolish dreamer.
In the Machzor Vitry's chapter on Sukkot, there is some debate over whether women should say the blessings that men make when they perform the mitzvot: Baruch ata Adonai, Eloheinu Melach haOlam, asher kidshanu b'mitzvotav v'tzivanu--Blessed are You, Adonai our God ...
The evil Ruha "Spirit," who is the mistress of the detested Jewish God Adonai, produced the twelve zodiac spirits and the five planets.