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in the service or worship of God or a god

protected from violation or abuse by custom, law, or feelings of reverence

regarded with particular reverence or respect

given over exclusively to a single use or purpose

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concerned with religion or religious purposes

worthy of respect or dedication

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made or declared or believed to be holy

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worthy of religious veneration

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(often followed by 'to') devoted exclusively to a single use or purpose or person

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For Jesus, walking (note that Jesus is always walking, as on pilgrimage or sacred walk) is both a way of life and the pattern of ministry.
Finally, the tightest game of the week involved RAFA A and Sacred Heart D.
A sacred mantra is the tool that intercepts the flow of negative, stressful thoughts and helps us to connect deep within with who we are, with the great source of strength inside of us - the Lord, Source, God, the Light, Beloved, Divine Guide.
For an hour or so that pulpit was a remarkable sacred space, full of power and, for me, revelations about my life work.
The Abant Platform also urged the media to play a constructive role in the protection of respect for sacred values and called on all governments, nongovernmental organizations and civil society institutions to take a stance defending respect for the sacred.
On the larger field of work in Indigenous studies and the history of religions it is fair to say that we have reached a fork in the road, with some people eschewing the sacred because of its freighted Eurocentrism, while, on the other hand, a significant bibliography of serious uses of the word sacred exists, from Vine Deloria Jr.'s "Sacred Places and Moral Responsibility" in God Is Red to Joe Edward Watkins's series Contemporary Native American Issues, in which he published Sacred Sites and Repatriation, Andrew Gulliford's Sacred Objects, Sacred Places, Deward Walker's work to articulate an anthropological sense of sacred geography, and Violet F.
As for the multiplication of reward and punishment during these months, some scholars stated this and cited the verse in which Allah, The Almighty, Says (what means): {Indeed, the number of months with Allah is twelve [lunar] months in the Register of Allah [from] the day He created the heavens and the earth; of these, four are sacred.
That being said, the extraordinary popularity of The Sacred Harp music is undeniable, and for reasons that will perhaps never be fully understood, the singing traditions associated with most other shape-note tunebooks have diminished or ended (although singings and singing conventions can still be found that use The Southern Harmony, The Christian Harmony, The Missouri Harmony, The New Harp of Columbia, and various newer shape-note gospel song-books).
Of course, the sacred and venerable hands of Christ are the source of consecration of the hands of the priest when he is ordained.
In a letter sent to parishioners, the bishop said Sacred Heart would need significant structural work to continue operating as a fully functional church.
LaDuke asserts that indigenous people must delineate the meaning of sacred and interpret its functions for themselves, saying, "Debates on how the past is understood and what the future might bring have bearing on genetic research, reclamation of mining sites, reparations for broken treaties, and reconciliation between descendants of murderers and their victims."
This allowed Jenny Gilmour to power ahead and seal the title for Sacred Heart with the second quickest lap.
Traveling Home: Sacred Harp Singing and American Pluralism.
The Sacred and Profane in English Renaissance Literature.
Friday at the National Shrine of the Sacred Heart of Jesus in San Antonio Village, Makati City in celebration of the Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.