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1Religiondiscípulo masculinediscípula feminine
- Jesus' apostles and disciples in the early Church felt the importance of prayer ahead of missionary activity.
- As Christ said to his disciples, there are certain types of devils that can only be chased by fasting, sacrifice, and prayer.
- This woman and this man were, in the most concrete way possible, the first disciples of Christ.
- Even when the disciples obeyed Christ, and expected something extraordinary, they seem to have felt the tug both ways.
- As the disciples awoke Christ to help them in the storm, so the children of God ‘awaken’ him in prayer.
- Christ taught his disciples to pray that their sins would be forgiven, but he himself never prayed such a prayer.
- We can believe in the resurrection as a fact because eleven out of the twelve disciples died as martyrs testifying to the resurrection and deity of Christ.
- The same applies to the twelve and the seventy disciples sent out by Jesus to preach and to heal as his representatives.
- With the twelve disciples, in a large upper room, Jesus observed the Passover supper.
- He had with him at that time all twelve of his disciples.
- Peter and John were followers of the Baptist and both became disciples of Christ.
- The people were the first disciples and the community was the early church.
- St. Peter, who was a fisherman, was one of Jesus Christ's closest disciples.
- Jesus Christ and his disciples are portrayed in a traditional Kerala style in the Last Supper.
- On a Sabbath Jesus and His disciples were walking through a field.
- In Christian mythology, the resurrected Christ meets two disciples at Emmaus, but it is only at supper that they finally recognise him.
- No where in the Scriptures is it recorded that the Christ used the term ‘Christians’ for His disciples.
- Later, as Jesus was being tried by the High Priest, his disciple Peter was challenged and denied knowing him - just as Jesus had predicted.
- Jesus called, formed, and sent out twelve disciples with the name of ‘apostle’, meaning someone sent.
- Firstly, Christ and his disciples healed people physically as an attestation that Christ was indeed the promised Messiah.
2(adherent)seguidor masculineseguidora feminine
- Those who had been disciples now became teachers, those who had been masters became pupils.
- Pius II said of Catherine: ‘She seemed to have been a teacher rather than a disciple.’
- All the great leaders, teachers and revolutionaries have been disciples of some degree, whether they were conscious of the fact or not.
- He started with 78 followers and disciples, but the numbers increased by the day.
- Mala, with her two disciples impressed the students, most of them coming straight from examination halls, with the sheer grace of the art.
- His disciples and admirers have decided to set up an organisation after his name which will be a befitting tribute to remember him by.
- This solution is unacceptable to everyone except School economists and their disciples.
- He left no disciples, but only admirers of his scholarship and conviction.
- His most fervent supporters occasionally sound like disciples rather than supporters.
- Spencer was a social philosopher and a disciple of Lamarck.
- An outstanding teacher, he has many disciples in the country and abroad.
- It is easier for a couple to perform together when the husband is the teacher and the wife is the disciple.
- Every Design Master has acolytes and disciples that assisted and facilitated process.
- Then gradually, as his disciple, I became his assistant and then when he could not attend the classes, one day he told me, ‘This is your time, now you take it.’
- Our Straussian disciple starts out like any graduate student-hapless, insecure, and terrified that he might not make the grade.
- At the level of the heart connection, mutual passion links the teacher and disciple.
- Some students were frightened away, but a circle of disciples remained, many of whom became world-renowned leaders in the field.
- And many of Plato's classical and medieval disciples strained to make a more concrete reality out of his metaphors.
- He saw himself as the guru and his students as disciples.
- The teacher or the master shows the way, and it's up to the disciple or the student to find.
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