It did glorify
the they I wrote about the Scottish context and the consequences of our higher per-head losses.
Jesus is glorified and so he calls his disciples to glorify
him and be made great by submitting to service--by caring for the needs and well-being of other human beings.
We each have a larynx, but we also have a unique soul that can praise and glorify
God when we humbly receive His forgiveness and peace.
For instance, the church did not accept his teaching on predestination--that salvation or damnation is known and decided by God before a person's birth--which, while meant to glorify
God's grace, can make humans seem like puppets.
Dr Reid said: "Proscribing these groups - which are either engaged in terrorism or which glorify
terrorist acts - sends a strong signal that the UK is not prepared to tolerate those who support terrorism anywhere in the world.
In the United States, thankfully, you can glorify
terrorism every day.
Perhaps best of all, it does not glorify
war nor romanticize armed conflict.
Kent emphasizes the "civic" nature of Cosimo's artistic patronage, which he supposedly used as a means to glorify
the state in keeping with the city's conservative traditions.
In the midst of it all, and at much risk to himself (a timorous sort), Hobbes set down his verdict concerning the nature of man in such sentences as glorify
at least the utterance of the condemnation.
There is a reason for that: films that glorify
violence--that portray weapons as heroic--fuel a drive that goes back so many generations that it is indivisible from the dreams and desires of most humans.
Postal Service stamps that glorify
Women are viewed as sex toys to be used and discarded by vile, pathetic males (I shall not call them men); families are destroyed as a father vents his mid life crisis by abandoning his wife for a 'younger, prettier model,' homosexuals and lesbians are no longer content to secretly live in sin, but now want to glorify