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eccl.

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eccles.

abbreviation for
(Ecclesiastical Terms) ecclesiastic(al)
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"There is no new thing under the sun."--The Preacher (Eccl. 1:9 KJV)
Daryl Charles--made a similar observation in what is likely the book's best-known line: "There is nothing new under the sun" (Eccl. 1:9).
Under the watch of former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf no attempt was made to set up the ECCL. Now that she is no longer in power, Johnson Sirleaf said recently: "There is no way that we can overlook peoples' quest for justice.
Cidadaos ricos, por exemplo, eram criticados por seu prazer excessivo em relacao a dois elementos do symposion ("banquete"): alcool e prostitutas (Esquines 1.42; Aristofanes Eccl. 242-4; Eq.
The foolishness of thinking that wealth brings happiness!"(Eccl. 5:10).
All of us deserved a penalty for breaking God's laws (ECCL. 7:20) Yet, because of Jesus, we experienced undeserved favor from God.
ministr., 1, 50: PL 16, 97 s.; San Agustin, De moribus Eccl. cathol., 1, 32: PL 32, 1339; San Jeronimo, Adv.
2:36-38) and the two daughters of Philip (Eusebius, Eccl. Hist.
(40) Socrates Scholasticus also writes (Eccl. Hist.
Eccl. Reg., expetens declarationem nullitatis sui matrimonii <<a norma del can.
Thus, Ginsberg interpreted [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] in Eccl. 8:1 as meaning "an angry face," based on etymological comparisons with Akkadian; Avishur has noted Akkadian parallels to [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII.] meaning anger in Ps.
The Bible says: "There is a time for everything, and a season for every activity under heaven." (Eccl. 3:1) The time is now; the season is now; the activity is righteous.