New Jerusalem


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New Jerusalem

Christianity
heaven regarded as the prototype of the earthly Jerusalem; the heavenly city
Collins Discovery Encyclopedia, 1st edition © HarperCollins Publishers 2005

New Jerusalem

new paradise; dwelling of God among men. [N.T.: Revelation 21:2]
See: Heaven
Allusions—Cultural, Literary, Biblical, and Historical: A Thematic Dictionary. Copyright 2008 The Gale Group, Inc. All rights reserved.
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Secondly, the New Jerusalem is defined as the holy city.
Awala of the High Court, Warri, had on 19/5/06 delivered the said judgment in favour of one Madam Felicia Ereku (Respondent) and awarded N5 million as 'general damages' against the New Jerusalem Church of God, Warri (Appellant) in the land dispute.
Sweden, Belgium, Denmark, Britain's Labour Party and the University of California BDS movement condemned the exodus as "a continuation of the apartheid oppression." The group issued a statement that deplored the "intolerable second-planet status" of the Palestinian people and called for immediate missions to Mars to "reclaim newly occupied Palestinian territories," including "East New Jerusalem" and the "West Bank of Zion."
New Jerusalem House of Prayer is a congregation of Jews, Christians, seekers (and mixed families) who worship and study together, irrespective of background or denomination.
<B The scene of stabbing incident at New Jerusalem Apostolic Church on Rocky Lane, Aston, Birmingham
Three members of the congregation of the New Jerusalem Apolistic Church were injured during the attack.
New Jerusalem, Sister Gertrude Morgan (1900-80), paint and graphite on paper.
Firstly, and probably most likely, these primadonnas like to have maximum exposure in the media for their casting of pearls of wisdom on the future of the nation when the 'New Jerusalem' they are assuredly creating / intend to create on gaining power, actually comes to pass.
Minister Kevin Hutchinson told the Birmingham Mail that about 150 people were taking part in the New Jerusalem Apostolic Church's Sunday service when "a man with a knife stormed into our sanctuary".
Minister Kevin Hutchinson told the Birmingham Mail that about 150 people were taking part in New Jerusalem Apostolic Church's Sunday service when "a man with a knife stormed into our sanctuary".
Around 150 people were at New Jerusalem Apostolic Church in Aston, Birmingham, when the attacker struck at 10.50am yesterday.