Wisdom of Solomon

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an Apocryphal book consisting mainly of a meditation on wisdom

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The aspiring media make-up artist was carried into church to the sound of She's The One by Robbie Williams, before the hymn Amazing Grace was sung, and readings given from Psalm 23, The Book of Wisdom and the Gospel of John.
Second Reading Christopher Biggins "The souls of the virtuous are in the hands of God, no torment shall ever touch them." (The Book of Wisdom 3:1-9)
He said Quran as book of wisdom, dignity and honor is one of the great blessings of Allah for mankind.
Take a page from Yoda's book of wisdom: Do, or do not.
With Lisa Francesca's little book of wisdom, The Wedding Officiant's Guide: How to Write and Conduct a Perfect Ceremony (Chronicle, $16.95, 136 pages, ISBN 9781452119014), you'll have everything the unclergied, uninitiated officiant needs to know about overseeing ceremonies of any flavor, including religious, interfaith and same-sex.
The Light: A Book of Wisdom tells of the author's spiritual awakening when at the age of 30, after a series of healing sessions, an orb of glowing white light appeared and instructed her to create a "book of light".
Elle's writing her book of wisdom. She writes until she cannot hold her pen.
His extensive meditative, academic, and clinical experience are integrated in this classic book of wisdom.
Honesty is the first chapter in the book of wisdom. It gives me immense pleasure to present my first Railway Budget.
Years ago, I read A Quaker Book of Wisdom by Robert Lawrence Smith, former headmaster of the acclaimed Sidwell Friends School in Washington, DC (where the Obama girls go).
Her book "31 Day Spiritual Mindset Makeover: A Journey Through the Book of Proverbs" captures the essence of this Old Testament book of wisdom.
Verse 5, in the NRSV as "The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not overcome it" is more difficult to translate, according to Brown, since the Greek for "overcome" (katalambanein) has been interpreted as everything from "grasp, comprehend" to "receive" or "overtake" or even to "master." He points again to the Wisdom tradition, where the book of Wisdom "compares Wisdom to a light that darkness cannot supplant, or wickedness does not prevail over Wisdom.
The religion's texts are known collectively as Kitab Al Hikma (The Book Of Wisdom).
He simply ordered doctors not to report it, built a "presidential fitness road" in the desert and ordered the health sector to rely on the Ruhnama, his book of wisdom, for solutions.
The essays cover the canon of scripture in the Orthodox Church, the Prayer of Manasses: Orthodox tradition and modern studies in dialogue, the Testament of Solomon and other pseudepigraphical material in Ahkam Sulayman (Judgment of Solomon), the Book of Wisdom of Solomon in the Armenian Church literature and liturgy, The New Testament Romanian amulet text Visul Maicii Domnului (The Dream of the Mother of the Lord), banning from the lectionary: excluding the Apocalypse of John from the Orthodox New Testament canon, and New Testament Apocrypha and the Armenian version of the Bible.