This is my personal "Holy of Holies
" where I can be alone to listen, to pray, to be refreshed.
It is no accident that Bakhtin uses a biblical image, the Holy of Holies
, to characterize the individual's innermost "word." The most sacred place in the Hebrew Temple of Jerusalem, the Holy of Holies
housed the Ark of the Covenant, which contained the tablets on which the Ten Commandments--the divine word--had been inscribed.
Having a Holy of Holies
to share as a couple has a profound impact on the relationship.
The Ark and kapporet were the only objects in the Holy of Holies
, and the high priest would enter this inner sanctum only one day a year, on Yom Kippur.
"The Super Bowl is the holy of holies
. It's the sacred show of America.
They were originally known as the Featherstone Tales, told by supporters of the Rovers rugby league team on their pilgrimage to the holy of holies
at Post Office Road.
The inner sanctuary (the Holy of Holies
) forms the other part of the cathedral including the Baptism Room, the Temple and the Deaconry.
The records show that there has been no significant temperature rise since 1990, and that comes from the tree-huggers holy of holies
- the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change.
After just the odd tantalising glimpse of the Tees we pass by the holy of holies
and into what some folk say is the fabled land of Middlehaven.
16), The high priest was designated to enter the Holy of Holies
in the Jerusalem temple and atone for the transgressions of the people on the Day of Atonement (Yore Kippur).
(Incidentally, naos in 2:4 does not mean the inner sanctum, the "holy of holies
;" rather, it identifies the temple building itself as distinct from the sacred precinct, to bieron.) He does not discuss the difference in the roles of Christ in the two letters.
And now Michael Goldwasser's collective tackle the holy of holies
- Sgt Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band.