Prince of Peace


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Prince of Peace

Bible the future Messiah (Isaiah 9:6): held by Christians to be Christ
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PRINCE OF PEACE CHURCH * BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA * WILLIAM POWELL PHOTOGRAPHY
Prince of Peace markets a line of ointments and pain-relieving patches under the Tiger Balm brand, says Chan, who notes that the biggest sellers are Tiger Balm Ultra ointment and the Tiger Balm small patch.
The members of Prince of Peace Lutheran Church are excited about the new building designed by The Aztec Corporation," said Kenneth French, chairman of the board of the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church.
Du Bois, outlining his beliefs in God, the Negro race, the devil, pride, the Prince of peace, service, liberty for all men, the training of children and patience.
For unto us a child is born, unto us a son is given: and the government shall be upon his shoulder: and his name shall be called Wonderful, Counsellor, The mighty God, The everlasting Father, The Prince of Peace.
He is the Prince of Peace, and will restore the earth to a state of order and tranquillity.
Those, however, who believe that their Christ is the Prince of Peace and Justice, will hesitate to make any direct or conclusive Christian association.
Yet we hail Jesus as the Prince of Peace, and was it not yesterday's Gospel that found Jesus in the locked room with the disciples saying "Peace be with you"?
The Ten Commandments are really good rules for life," says the seventh-grader from Prince of Peace Lutheran School in Sauk Rapids, Minnesota.
First, the non-believing world clearly sees the hypocrisy of a religion that claims to follow the Prince of Peace but will all too readily serve the god of war if its position of power and privilege is in any way threatened (even if it is supposedly as a last resort).
Co-written by the director of Changing Church through Prince of Peace Lutheran Church and a leader of Christian Reformed Home Missions, Growing People Through Small Groups is a practical guide for leading a small Group ministry that focuses upon what the people need rather than rigid programs.