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dwelling

A place of habitation.

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Beale, The Temple and the Church's Mission: A Biblical Theology of the Dwelling Place of God (Downers Grove, IL: Appollos; Intervarsity Press, 2004); J.
Cross, CPM, COO of Dwelling Place of Grand Rapids, Inc.
For the rest of us, we must be alert to the point of convergence of many aspects of faith: the risen Lord already fills the universe and through the Eucharist forms the body of the church as the dwelling place of God.
Tracy had her first break starring in a 1994 adaptation of Catherine Cookson's The Dwelling Place before appearing in The Knock and indulging in a lesbian kiss in Playing the Field, a 1999 TV series about a women's football club.
First we go to the Pampa de Cangallo, the dwelling place of the Morochuco, a legendary people who are proud of their mestizo ancestry.
An improvised explosive device (IED) went off near a house of a displaced family that has just returned to its original dwelling place in the area of Shahrban, Khanqin district, (45 km) east of Baaquba," the source told Aswat al-Iraq news agency.
Her language is a gateway to the mysterious world of our most secret thoughts -- the dwelling place of magic and the supernatural within each person," wrote Le Monde.
Second place: Bill Cunningham, Dwelling Place, 5:15.
In Christianity, what H is the name of the dwelling place of God and all souls who have been faithful on Earth?
A dwelling place 'shows up' 'poetically', as something 'holy'.
Dwelling place values are self-reported; 59% have a value equal to or exceeding $100,000, and 90% are valued at $50,000 or more.
Coming forth from what caverns in search of what new dwelling place, what insects and what weeds?