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oblation

Christianity
the offering of the bread and wine of the Eucharist to God
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to slaughter, one more oblation to his famished earth.
That by this study concluded that the point of view of Seyyed Haydar Amoli which most of the scholars such as Ebne Arabi (Ebne Arabi, 1296, chapter 5, p 21) and Imam Khomeini (Khomeini, 1374, 59-60, 1366, 181) agreed with him in the sphere of the interpretation of Quran, he proved that interpretation of Quran is necessity by relying on verses and hadiths and rational reasons but it is different from some previous point of views and it is felt that his approaches and someone who believes the interpretation of Quran are closer to oblation, as a condition for entering this interpretation, two criteria will be considered.
Bali" among other things refers to the blood oblation of an animal and is known as Irattha Bali among Jaffna villagers.
Whate'er the Father views as thine He views with gracious eyes Jesus, this mean oblation join To thy great sacrifice.
It was believed that God did not accept the oblation offered by a bachelor.
Starting on Monday, we call on all students to cover the Oblation statues in all UP campuses with black cloth.
Lately the Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) warned of the intention of the Jewish organizations to providing Easter oblation in the courtyards of Al-Aqsa Mosque, while Al-Aqsa foundation for endowment and heritage revealed on Monday, that Israeli organizations have stepped up their activities in Jerusalem in an attempt to speed up the building of the alleged temple which constitutes a direct threat to the Al-Aqsa Mosque.
Episcopalians in their Book of Common Prayer Communion liturgy, after first referring to Christ's "one oblation of himself once offered, a full perfect, and sufficient sacrifice, oblation and satisfaction for the sins of the whole world," moves to communion as "a perpetual memory of his precious death and sacrifice.
Here we encounter a girl drowned by a playmate, a father who unknowingly rolled a wagon wheel over his boy's head, and worried parents measuring the "corpse" so a wax replica can be made as an oblation to be burned at the saint's shrine.
Jessica Kreutter's Oblation (2008) features a lace-covered dining table laden with provisions.
Zed, who is President of Universal Society of Hinduism, hoped that Brand-Perry would follow the proper rituals at the actual wedding ceremony on Saturday also, which would include recitation of Sanskrit mantras by groom, bride, and other relatives; kannyadan (giving away daughter in marriage); lajahom (parched rice oblation by bride's brothers); saptpadi (seven circumambulations of the sacred sacrificial fire); filling of the bride's maang (line of demarcation in parting and setting the locks of head hair) with vermilion; groom touching the feet of bride's parents to seek blessings; etc.