messiah


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Synonyms for messiah

any expected deliverer

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Messiah is Klein's fourteenth feature film, and the images here are often as striking as the best of his still photography.
As messiah, Willa is therefore the-savior-who-is-to-come (in Linden Hills), and whose coming has as its implicit precursor (a prophetic) Mamie Tilson (Sandiford 119).
Messiah Lifeways is a non-profit organization located in Mechanicsburg, PA, that provides a network of services for adults 55 and better living in South Central PA.
New York: Fitch Ratings has assigned a 'BBB-' rating to approximately $8.2 million of Cumberland County Municipal Authority Revenue Bonds, series of 2018, expected to be issued on behalf of Messiah Lifeways.
"I did think I did see all Heaven before me, and the great God himself," said George Frideric Handel when he finished writing the "Hallelujah" Chorus for "Messiah," his most famous work.
The implication was clear: If Peter and the rest believed that Jesus was the Messiah, then they had to trust Jesus to know how a Messiah should act.
Selected from the presentations there, 17 papers discuss John's Jesus as a Jewish Messiah: paths taken and not taken, John's Word and Jewish Messianic interpretation, John's royal Messiah, John's prophetic Messiah, and John's Messiah and divinity.
They expected a Messiah who will make the Jews the kings of the known world.
Andrew was a disciple of John the Baptist but had come to realise that Jesus was indeed the promised Messiah (John 1.35-39).
Messiah: The Composition and Afterlife of Handel's Masterpiece.
An apostate messiah was a greater paradox for believers than that of a crucified messiah.
In the Messiah's world, those weirdos are alive, when most people really aren't.
Synopsis: "Inner Messiah, Divine Character: Narrative Approaches to Be Beyond Best" encourages readers to deploy their imaginations in describing their lives as a confluence of narrative constructs to identify, analyze, and overcome obstacles and destructive patterns in both their personal and professional lives.