Body of Christ


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Body of Christ

n
(Ecclesiastical Terms) the Christian Church
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But we have no sickness, we have no fear, because we carry that blood and that body of Christ, and it preserve us.' He paused, looking at grandfather.
As a body of Christ, we must not fold our arms or close our eyes against all the problems confronting the nation.
In my hands, I hold the Body of Christ, and the person in front of me is also a member of the Body of Christ.
As a member of the body of Christ, it's important that we encourage and build others up in Him--even if they seem a bit weird at times!
Exceptionally well written, organized and presented, "The Integrity of the Body of Christ" is unreservedly recommended for church, seminary, and academic library collections.
Then how are we to restore the church, the Body of Christ, to its true position in the soul of our country?
According to Thompson, "It is in our nature to utilize technology (the pen, the book, the internet) to extend versions of ourselves and our world beyond our physical limits." She notes that the apostle Paul developed virtual relationships through his letters, which created the "virtual body of Christ."
The second section "considers an array of religious practices that in some way challenged English puritan conceptions of the body of Christ" (18).
"It will be a long scientific analysis, but we will finally be able to see the original rock surface on which, according to tradition, the body of Christ was laid."
AwakeningTV.com will work to draw in believers from many streams of the body of Christ who are praying for God to move in this hour.
A reissue of a 1935 classic, The Mystical Body of Christ is a passionate exploration of the belief that the church is the body of Christ in the world.
Subtheme 1: The Church as the Historical Body of Christ