the Nazarene


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Noun1.the Nazarene - a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in Nazareththe Nazarene - a teacher and prophet born in Bethlehem and active in Nazareth; his life and sermons form the basis for Christianity (circa 4 BC - AD 29)
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Let not your heart be troubled, neither let it be afraid," said the Nazarene.
Reblinca said the Nazarene told her he wanted to be in Bohol Calvary.
Then, he joined the sea of humanity and was rewarded with the rare privilege of touching part of the Nazarene image.
It is really tough climbing to get to the Nazarene.
The Traslacion (solemn transfer) is held every January 9, which is not its feast day of the Nazarene as popularly believed, but the reenactment of the image's Traslacion in 1787, to the Minor Basilica from its original shrine inside Intramuros.
UXBRIDGE - The Uxbridge Church of the Nazarene has been located at 130 Douglas St.
In 2006, two people died while 19 were injured in a stampede after a float with the image of the Nazarene struck a high-tension power line, electrocuting some of the devotees.
A third chapter deals fully, if a little over-technically, with the Nazarene predilection for typological allegory and symbolism.
This study of Church of the Nazarene missions in Asia offers a model that could be emulated by others.
NEWHALL - To violinist David Ewart, the applause at the Newhall Church of the Nazarene was sweeter than any he'd received in concert halls around the world.
Here I wish to highlight the remarkable ministry and service of Reverend Sister Tutor Dorothy Davis Cook, Church of the Nazarene missionary nurse who served in Swaziland from 1940 to 1972.
Below this scene tombstones have been rolled aside and the Nazarene faithful are seen rising in a mist with their hands reaching out to the figure sitting on the commode.