The threefold 4 ministry was developed in the 2nd, a sevenfold ministry in the middle of the 3rd century.
While Berlin and Budapest have made the most rapid progress of all European cities, having multiplied their population by nine in the period 1800-90, Vienna - even including the extensive annexations of 1892 - only increased sevenfold.
In these acts particular significance was attached to certain numbers: a sevenfold knot, for example, was more efficacious than others.
I slay a man for a wound, A young man for a stroke; For Cain's vengeance is sevenfold, But Lamech's seventy-fold and seven."
Thus the commercial transactions of the United Kingdom with foreign states and British colonies increased more than sevenfold in the course of fifty years.
The Prophet destroyed the idols, but he left the characteristic form of worship - the tawdf, or sevenfold circuit of the sanctuary, the worshipper kissing or touching the objects of his veneration - and besides the black stone 1e recognized the so-called "southern" stone, the same presumably as that which is still touched in the tawaf at the Yemen corner (Muh.
In laying his hands on their heads the bishop in many places, especially in the West, called down upon them the sevenfold spirit.
m.; its revenue had multiplied sevenfold; and its small army was unsurpassed for efficiency.
The Wisdom more specifically tells us that he is a sevenfold being, comprising a lower trinity and a middle and an upper duad.
The show will see Avenged sevenfold bring their full US stage show out of their homeland for the first time.
sevenfold increase in crime.
sevenfold spirit of God.
The show will see Avenged Sevenfold bring their full US stage show out of their homeland for the first time.
In the past decade there has been a sevenfold increase in crime.
Once she had seven demons: now she has the sevenfold Spirit of God.
In the US, there has been a sevenfold increase in measles outbreaks due to parents refusing the vaccine for their children.
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