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Adoniram

(ăd'ənī`rəm), in the Bible, tax overseer. It also appears as Adoram and Hadoram.
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He received the Adoniram Judson Leadership in Ministry Award, which is presented to the Master of Leadership in Ministry graduating senior who demonstrates excellence in coursework, outstanding character, leadership within the cohort, and the potential for significant leadership of God's people locally and globally.
(7) Alderman Adoniram J, Samis spearheaded the movement to
Bruce 2,800 4,000 5,200 Trow 2,702 3,982 5,262 Adoniram Chandler 2,474 3,612 4,750 Hammond Wallis 2,274 3,270 4,260 Wallis's offer, which guaranteed the work would be completed within four months, was accepted, but for one set of plates only.
Adoniram Judson, who spent his life sharing the gospel in Burma, understood this truth.
Henry Adoniram Swift in 163 held the dual roles before a flurry of constitutional amendments barred the practice and rendered Marr obsolete.
(52) Adoniram Judson's second wife, Sarah Hall Boardman Judson, however, experienced "strong and peculiar desires" for her son, who returned to the United States for his education, to "become a truly conscientious, prayerful, devoted Christian." She penned these words to her son on his fifteenth birthday in 1843 as she "measured the distance" between them.
(17) In Burma, the main early entrepreneur in this mould was the American Baptist, Adoniram Judson (1788-1850).
Much attention was rightly paid to Adoniram Judson, the most famous member of the original band of missionaries.
It was built as a memorial to Adoniram Judson, the first American Baptist missionary in Asia.
To summarize, in "The Revolt of 'Mother,'" Sarah Penn is stunned to learn that her husband, Adoniram, has begun building a second barn on a lot long reserved for a new house.
The seed of Christianity sown by the Catholic mission and the Protestant mission, under the hard labour of Adoniram Judson, has grown and become fruitful in the country.
Active in Freemasonry for more than 30 years, Jim served in various capacities including Master of Corinthian Lodge in Concord, Scottish Rite Valley of Boston, York Rite Adoniram Council, Houghton-Walden Royal Arch Chapter, Aleppo Shrine, MA Grand Lodge Representative, Masonic Home Administrator from 1980-1993 and as former President of the Masonic Homes Executive Association of North America.