God's country


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God's country

noun
A rural area:
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"But I didn't know, then; and I prepared to pull back to God's country. Paloma got sore, and Vahna got the weeps.
Blake Shelton has released a behind-the-scenes clip for his new hit song, "God's Country." Even before the song was released to the fans, the singer and his team knew it was hit after they got compliments from Warner Music Nashville chairman and CEO John Esposito.
In God's Country: Christian Zionism in America, political scientist Samuel Goldman offers a sweeping overview of the relationship between Americans and Zionism, arguing that Christian Zionism is not a new idea but rather one grounded in three ongoing forces: covenantal theology, prophecy, and cultural affinity.
Following yesterday's tweet, one fan replied to Jagger, saying: "Great news pal you seem settled in God's country just hope it all works out no matter what."
Looking out the window at natural scenery and thinking "Scotland is God's country", or something stupid like that.
The connection with "Ten Percent Ernie," a film producer and promoter, was an important one after she became an overnight sensation with her role in God's Country and the Woman in 1916.
The label will be handling online and national distribution for the group, handling radio promotions and bookings, as well as releasing the up and coming album, God's Country.
More than a million people lined the streets and lanes of God's Country to see the Grand Depart and first legs.
For football,this is God's country IGNORE headlines about this being a tough place to visit because my Brazil experience has been absolutely great so far.
Jodi comes from God's Country where we breed successful talent..!