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Word

Informal; an advertisement or a set of advertisements in succession. The term is most common in broadcasting. For example, a radio announcer may say, "And now a word from our sponsors."
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For the poor and the vulnerable of our society, that is also the kind of hospitality that they can offer when the word of God is heard.
The radio, she said, was worldwide as it was listened to as far as China and America, adding that they carried a research and the findings showed that people had the desire to listen to such a radio and to spread the word of God.
The book contains a clear language, being recommended not only to those studying theology but also to all those who, as stated by the author, want to "reach into the depths of the Word of God, the One who gives light and life."
But if a priest will be talking about so many of these entertaining things, will you keep the people awake I do not think the people would get something substantial from the Word of God," he added.
Jesus' parable about sower, seeds and soil invites us to think more about what happens to us when we hear the word of God. Isaiah tells us that the word comes as an invitation to allow God to permeate our life as water saturates soil.
Tagle said he hoped the faithful would use Lent to pray, read and listen intensely to the Word of God.
By questioning and reprimanding the irresponsible, unaccountable and oppressive leadership Jesus was causing the word of God to become alive.
In the over-affluence of the Western world where the word of God written, broadcasted and proclaimed is available in every translation and medium imaginable, even on our smartphones, it seems to me that we are like the sometimes newborn human infant that is happy to be alive and warm and cuddled but really isn't interested in nursing.
Though the historical life of the Word of God documents a singular instance of this, it is an instance that reveals the ongoing presence.
We know it is the word of God and profess profound reverence for scripture, yet how easy it is to neglect reading the Gospels!
A Mouth Full of Fire: The Word of God in the Words of Jeremiah is a recommendation for scholarly theological collections and explores the doctrine of divine speech in the Biblical book of Jeremiah, from its theology and vocabulary to its narrative structure.
If it is not true, then Christians are wasting their time going to church and studying the word of God and might as well go out and play golf on Saturday and Sunday, which some do anyway.