Prince of Peace


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Prince of Peace

n
(Bible) Bible the future Messiah (Isaiah 9:6): held by Christians to be Christ

Prince′ of Peace′


n.
Jesus Christ, regarded by Christians as the Messiah. Isa. 9:6.
[1350–1400]
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And this in the twentieth century, nineteen hundred years since the Prince of Peace was born on earth
I met men," he said, "who invoked the name of the Prince of Peace in their diatribes against war, and who put rifles in the hands of Pinkertons* with which to shoot down strikers in their own factories.
Following the ceremony, the bride's parents hosted a reception at the Deasy Hall of Prince of Peace where guests dined and danced to jazz music by Dave Amaral.
If we believe that Jesus came to show us how to love perfectly, even unto death, then perhaps we could imagine a world "won over"--not conquered--by the Prince of Peace.
When the king's heir, the promised Prince of Peace comes among them, he too is robbed and treated cruelly.
When it comes to new products, argues Prince of Peace Enterprises Inc.
Surely the birthday of the Prince of Peace should be celebrated with non-violence and love, not the slaughter of millions of God's creatures.
Surely the birth of the Prince of Peace should be celebrated with non-violence and love, not the slaughter of millions of God's creatures.
Aztec Architects was recently hired to design a 5,500 s/f building for the Prince of Peace Church located at 434 Aldrich Road in Howell, NJ.
A sensitive and thoughtful perspective; Jesus in Love is emphatically not a fornication-laden or guilty pleasure novel, but rather a spiritual one that dares to deal with sexual aspects, and embodies the essence of peace, tolerance, and compassion that are all ideals cherished in the name of the Prince of Peace.
Addressing how people actually fear peace in the modern world, due to inaccurate portrayals that equate peace with passivity and other factors, Living A Radical Peace calls the reader to follow the example of Jesus Christ, the Prince of Peace, who took active peace into the streets daily.