Ephes

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Ephes.

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The cultic or liturgical experience has an important role in the spiritual formation of man, but it must be noted that the external deeds committed in liturgical practice do not help to spiritual progress if man does not "determined to obey God's will" (Ephes. 6:6)
presented at the 3rd International EPHES Conference Enhancement &Morality in the Digital Era Global Political, Economic & Social Issues, 2014 July 20-22, Suceava, Romania.
(64) George Florovsky, "As the Truth Is in Jesus (Ephes. 4:21)," Christian Century 68 (December 19, 1951): 1459.
In Doerksen's discussion of the appropriate response to the weight of sin, for example, the recurrent use of the term "groan" (70, ii4, 131), recalls "Ephes. 4.
Sed sicut Ecclesia subjecta est Christo, ita et mulieres viris suis in omnibus" (Ephes. 5.22-24).
And I pray that you, being rooted and established in love, may have power, together with all the saints, to grasp how wide and long and high and deep is the love of Christ, and to know this love that surpasses knowledge--that you may be filled to the measure of all the fullness of God (Ephes. 3:14-19, NIV).
(112) Il cite la Genese, mais aussi des epitres de Saint Paul aux Ephesiens et aux Corinthiens: Gen 3, 16 (<< Il dit a la femme : J'augmenterai la souffrance de tes grossesses, tu enfanteras avec douleur, et tes desirs se porteront vers ton mari, mais il dominera sur toi >>) ; Ephes 5, 23 (<< le mari est le chef de la femme, comme Christ est le chef de l'Eglise >>) et 1 Cor 11, 3 (<< Je veux cependant que vous sachiez que Christ est le chef de tout homme, que l'homme est le chef de la femme, et que Dieu est le chef de Christ >>).
Sed desperatio est huiusmodi: dicit enim Apostolus de quibusdam, ad Ephes. iv (vers.
Ichikawa argues that the stage direction 'Enter Antipholus Ephes., Dromio from the Courtezan's' (4.1.13) suggests an identification of one of the stage doors with the Courtesan's house.
It was just too easy to laze by the swimming pool and sign chits as the waiter brought glass after glass of deceptively-strong Ephes lager.
1:22); who is the guarantee of our inheritance (Ephes. 1:13-14); in and through the Spirit we will get the mind of Christ (I Corinth.
Vaughan's predecessor, George Herbert, displays a similar strategy in his "Ephes. 4.30.