burning bush

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Synonyms for burning bush

(Old Testament) the bush that burned without being consumed and from which God spoke to Moses

deciduous shrub having purple capsules enclosing scarlet seeds

Eurasian perennial herb with white flowers that emit flammable vapor in hot weather

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Whether we are drawn to God through the name that is an ever-mysterious form of the verb "to be," or through the wonders of creation, God tries to attract us with a universe full of burning bushes and a multitude of names.
After God secured Moses' attention and compliance, no further reference was made to the burning bush. The circumstances we find ourselves in are not as important as the purpose that they serve.
The first stage is based on the image of Moses at the burning bush (Exodus 3), to which Danielou refers as the starting point: "Thus the first way, the way of light, is for beginners.
What matters here is that whether you trace the burning bush and accompanying motto back to George Mossman, the Huguenots, or Calvin, you are tracing back to an age when the church was not operating from a position of strength, but from a position of considerable uncertainty.
Also known as winged spindle tree and burning bush, foliage in spring and summer is dark green with pretty small pale green flowers.
Alan, I'm afraid your voice from the burning bush must have been in charge of you when you wrote your letter.
This is burning bush (Euonymus alatus), second only to Japanese barberry (Berberis thunbergii) in popularity for use in landscaping, and equally able to invade forests.
In Chapter 3 of the Book of Exodus we read about a Burning Bush. Chapter 3:2 of Exodus says, "And the angel of the Lord appeared unto him (Moses) in a flame of fire out of the midst of a bush: and he looked, and behold, the bush burned with fire, and the bush was not consumed."
Following a storm, he encounters a burning bush and a messenger of God in the form of a boy.
Other topics include rewritten scriptures as a clue to scribal traditions in the Second Temple period, the reuse of prophecy in the book of the twelve minor prophets, Philo's interpretation of the burning bush between rewritten Bible and allegorical commentary, Josephus' rewritten Bible as a non-apologetic work, and genesis and the mythical anthropology in the Writing without Title on the Origin of the World from Nag Hammadi (NHCII,5).
The song, Burning Bush Moments is the title track of the group's 13th studio album and was written by Adam Knight.
The Rotterdam Film Festival introduced a TV-centric sidebar program this spring, dubbed Changing Channels, which hosted the bow of Holland's HBO Europe mini "Burning Bush." Four years ago, the Deauville festival added a TV sidebar, featuring such HBO shows as "The Newsroom" and "Girls" and this year the pay tablet's "Behind the Candelabra" opens the U.S.-centric French lest.
On Monday evening, close to a restaurant in Sofia residential district Slatina, the woman poured himself with gas and flicked the lighter, turning into a burning bush, witnesses told reporters.